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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 15, 1917 OWL LiTERAKY MO(!HTY. On account of the Texas game on Fri- day night, February 9, the reguiar meeting of the Owi Literary Society was postponed untii Monday night, Febru- ary 12. At that time a business meet- ing was held in which the foiiowing of- iieers were eiected for the ensuing term: It. L. Bunting, president; M. T. Brook- ing, vice-president; T. J. Burnett, re- cording secretary; P. F. Bobb, corre- sponding secretary; D. H. Watson, treas- urer; J. T. Bather, critic, and G. H. Trayior, sergeant-at-arms. After the eiection of officers the so- ciety voted to extend a chaiienge for a debate, in the near future, to the Jeff- ersonian Society of the Houston Y. M. C. A. Much interest is being aroused in the society and great pians are being iaid to make this iive literary society a greater asset to its members and Rice as a whole. KXtaKHHmXG SOUHTY. Wednesday night, January 31, 1!)17, the Engineering Society met in the Bi- ology lecture room and a lec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1917

THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY M. MM THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the students of the Rtce Institute at Houston, Texas. Mmer< d ad second-ciass matter October 17. 1MH. at the postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. smsCMU'TMK MATHS J'trcopy tOc )'<-]- Academic Year 75c i!u.-lit)CHH<tf!ite. Room 10) Administration Huiiding. Ht'iUXKMtLHS. HHiK'l. HtiAX Hi'THSL'i^I.IVAK.. Editor-tn-Otief . .. .Ma naginH Bditor ....Associate Editor .) I. M\l:KHAM, Jr....Business Manager <: ]) Ti:AYLOt:...As.s't Business Manager i: W. t'.VTTEN Circuiation Manager .!. XCWTON HAYZOR Athtc'ic Editor i. 1*-. t^tt^t.Altt^ ^ -\Rnintants stUtttJ-^' StMOXS )' Assistants UTAt'l' JtEi'OKTEHS. \t.i:\.\XDEtt ELSHETHHOWE i. \t. i.AMAlt UUTHDAUUHHJtTY ' HAS. \l. i:t'):<I) CAAi.H,i,HWAUUAMAK EDITORIAL intttf news (.olunttisot The Ttnesher may ixr-i'omu) in detaiitfw account of i!n')tuni<isti expedition dispatched to ' ultese St;ition to recapture the owl aiiiifttaHii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1917

THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY 15, 1917 i-L L ' J. JR.!!! — BoMJhiMM&M! o/ 74. & Af. Made Jn Affempffo Recover fAe Ow/ (Continued from Page One) and the party returned to Houston by automobile, arriving home Sunday af- ternoon. January 31, 1917. The following four days saw several 0. P. A. meetings in Room 503, Group 1, and numerous pians were discussed to get our oid owi back home. After careful consideration a pian was hit upon. A certain detective by the name of Snowbaii proceeded to A. & M. on the morning of January 39, 1917. This gum shoe artist posed as a newspaper reporter and was very anxious to get the true story of the owi—his picture— and aii the information that was obtain- able. Being possessed of much smooth- ness, he succeeded where others had failed—gaining the confidence of three of the only four men who knew where the owl was hidden. He was no school boy detective and did excellent work. At noon Tuesday, January 30th, the O. P. A. received a telegram that "Samm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 15, 1917 part of his trousers and shirt thereon: Did a couid not raise his feet over the grapevines and tamped the ground sev- erai times; Payne was unabie to jump a four-foot creek and lit in the middie of it. The pursuers were Hnaliy ditched and refuge was taken in a thick bunch of undergrowth where the party siep untii 3:30 p. m., keeping one hour watches each. A. & M. had organized a string of skirmishers across the wood and a second party was beating the brush from tim rear. At 3:30 the sentry awoke the men, and it was decided to spiit into mo divisions of two each. One-hait of the skin was wrapped around the body of each of two men and the pian was that two men were to sacrifice them- selves, if necessity arose, to make sure the escape of the men hearing the hide. A cautious advance was begun paraiiei to the road, but the condition of the ground, which was covered with dead brush and ieaves covered quiet impos- sible. A cottontail frightened from his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 March 1917

nrTTT) T? CIJTI? T) L JL±tv^JjLH/tv Vol. 2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 1, 1917 No. 10 PRESIDENT DABNEY OF CINCINNATI U. SPEAKS TO THE RICE STUDENTS SAM) THAT ENTENTE ALHES WERE UGHTING BATTLES FOR UNITED STATES. Was Given Luncheon by Dr. and Mrs. Lovett—Mice Faculty and Heads of Student Organizations Present The Institute was honored Friday, February 16, by the presence of Dr. Charles W. Dabney, president of the University of Cincinnati, who was in Houston on a holiday trip, and kindty consented to address the student body and friends of the Institute. Dr. Dab- ney is by birth a Southern man and has become nationally known as a great ed- ucator. The physics lecture amphitheatre was completeiy Riled by the crowd wishing to hear his address. Dr. Lovett intro- duced the speaker who spoke oniy brief- ly. Dr. Dabney has a powerful person- ality, however, and what he said was forceful and to the point. He took as his theme the issues of the present war and stated that the intere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 March 1917

THE THRESHER, MARCH 1, 1917 perately and felt that they had to win as Htce had felt on the previous night. A good team feeling like that is hard to beat and especially when tt has balck of it a good cheering section. So the game ended, A. & M. 37. Rice 20. As on the night before, Tomfohrde and Dodge were the Mice stars, just as Price and Griesenbeck repeated their steltar work for A. & M. 'Tommy" piayed bis last game and played it welt. As it has been ai) year, whenever he was in the game, the team took a boost. He has proved in more than one way his ability as a basketbaii ptayer and as a captain of a successful winning team. Dodw was all "fight" throughout the name and hooked some good baskets. It is needless to say that Delia Valle )iHfd bis position in both games with the greatest efficiency, and no one who is unprejudiced would deny bin] a place as ail-State guard. The iine-up: i!ire— A. & M.— Dormant R. F Price Dclne i,. F Griesenbeck Kiuxslanii C Bettegast Delia V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 March 1917

THE THRESHER, MARCH 1, 1917 THE mCEOMAN. The meeting of the society held on February 15 was one of unusual inter- est. Everyone enjoyed the program, which consisted chiefly of two lectures, one by Mr. Riley and one by Mr. Tsan- off. Mr. Riley gave an account of the divisions of ancient languages and their stages of development and subdivision down to the present time. With the aid of a diagram he traced the development of modern English, showing its various sources and its relations to other lan- guages and dialects. Mr. Tsanoff's lecture was very much appreciated because of its value to the club as a collection of sound sugges- tions for improvement. He seemed to take a great interest in the welfare of the society and wished it success in its coming activities. Much new spirit was aroused by his earnest hints and the ciub hopes to be abie to show its good works in the near future. There was no meeting of the society on February 21, on account of the Soph- omore dance, but on next W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 March 1917

tME THRESHER, MARCH t, )M7 THE THRESHER A fmtniHhtty periodical published by the Htudeota of the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. M)Hert-d as setond-t iusH tnatter October 1?, ii'Mi. at tiie postoffice at Houstou, Texas, smdet- the Aet of Attuch 3. 1S79. MATHS l'< r ci'py 10c )'t-r Aeadetnie Yea!' T5c Husituss Office, Hoom t04 Administration Buiidine. Hit; RNB At i Li.iS Bditor-i n-Hhief HHIiOh HOAX Managing Hditor itl'T)) SI'LUVAX Associate Hditor ' i'. Ai \[:]\H \.\i, Jr....Business Manager n. li. 'i'it\Yi^^it...Ass't Business Manager !^. \Y. i'ATTHX Cirruiation Manager .). i:. TYSON ^ss't ''ir. .Ylanager J. XHWroK UAYZOn... l.ti.i.A!;]) I HiHHt.HY SiAiUXS )' . .Athietic Hditor Assistants STAt'H i;Hi'OUTEHS. \i.':x \xm:i; iniwn !.. A!. t.HIAIt itU'i'H DAt.'tiHHitTY < H AS. !;))<]) CA.\tiH^HW AOGAAiAX EDITORIAL <o i: ) \t-i:t:t) \< <; AJ A. & if. On.' of tti./ sit'<mi.'..'st :<tnu<])t*utH for <u "<lU'-atioh that- has eotne under out rei'^ntly w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 March 1917

THE THRESHER, MARCH 1, 1917 ! Doubt M. When an exam paper is upturned by your own, With no one to teH about it, Do you long for the courage to iet it aione? WeH, maybe you do—but I doubt it. When a person has ali of his math, problems right, And you've forgotten about it, Do you aiways ieave them alone at first sight? Weti, maybe you do—but I doubt it. When you beat your parents getting the mail, With a purpose, of course, about it, Do you give them the ietter, saying you failed? Welt, maybe you do—but I doubt it. But if by these tricks you should finish Rice, With a feeling of cheating about it, Would you refuse your diploma so nice? Well, maybe you do—but I doubt it. (With apologies to Anonymous by Fan.) First Freshman Surveyor, on seeing Hag above the sally-fort: "What's the idea of the flag? Somebody's birth- day?" Second Freshman Surveyor: "No, I think Dr. Lovett is in his office." "Irkey" Fendley was standing in front of the owl and a car drove up. "Two boxes of Social Teas an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 March 1917

THE THRESHER. MARCH 1, 1917 JACK COOMBS LEAVES AFTER STRENUOUS WORK FOR THE OWLS tit-t i'ractice Will Me Played W ith Houston Buffaloes at West End Park Xext iriday. J;x k Coombs has come and gone, but it yet rt-mains to see whether his efforts to instil) a iittie basebaii knowledge in the heads of the Owls will prove effec- tive. Certainly if Rice does not have a first ctass basebali team none of the tatiit can be laid upon Coombs, as ev- eryone who is familiar with the work he did, knows full sveit that no coach ever yet employed by tins school has worked more ardently than the Dig Pitcher l'rom the Hast, The two weeks' work of Coombs' ought to be of great help to the Rice team. Especially is this true concerning the dw)s' pitching staff. AU of the has hw n, never was and never will he pitch- er- who are trying out for the Rice nine for one lime in their lives had a chance to team some reai facts regarding the y< h nct- of twiriing. Coombs was very nauet)] in dcaiing with these...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 March 1917

tr ctjtrD .< Vol. 2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 24. 1917 No. 11 EUGENE MILLIS IS VICTORIOUS IN THE PEACE CONTEST J. N. RAYZOR TAKES SECOND PLACE AND WILL BE ALTERNATE. Winner WiU Represent Rice in the In- tercoHegiate Content to Be Held in Helton on Third Monday of Aprii. TRACK TEAM SHAPES UP New Material is Showing Up Weli and Ali is in Readiness for the Tri- angular Meet Aprii 7. Eugene Miiiis of the Senior class, editor-in-chief of The Thresher, was unanimously chosen as beat speaker in the elimination Peace Contest, held in the faculty chamber on the night of Saturday, March 3rd, and was awarded the handsome Hutchinson & Mitchell gold medal for oratory, which was of- fered at the Institute for the Hrst time. In virtue of this victory Mr. Millis wili represent Rice in the intercollegiate con- test to be held at Belton on the third Monday in April, at which contest a first prize of $50 is offered and the winner witt aiso represent the whoie State in an interstate ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 March 1917

THE THRESHER, MARCH 34, 1917 *SM?Mp%MOM.y Boo% O? in o%MMte.y (Continued from Page Two) ministration buiiding. No feature of the book is of more beauty, dignity and simpticity than the title page. The edi- tor of one of the leading monthiy maga- zines of the country writes: "No pic- ture has ever given me so much pleas- ure as does the titie page of this bonk." It witi be of especial interest to Rireoniaus. Houstonians and Texttns to timi that the first pages of the printed text consist of addresses of weicotne by Mayor H. Baldwin Rice of Houston, nephew of the founder, by Captain James A. Baker, chairman of the board of trustees, and by the Hon. O. B. Coi- nui't, at that time governor of the State ol' Texas. These addresses of weicome were delivered at a tuncheon given at the City Auditorium by the municipai novernment. They are foiiowed by a verbatim stenographic report of the re- sponses by i'rofessor Ramsay of Lon- .)<m. Provost Carpenter of Cotumbia, Senator Voiterra of Home...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 March 1917

THE THRESHER, MARCH 34, 1917 * . . ENMNEEMMi SOCIETY. The Engineering Society met Tues- day night, March 6, 1917, in the Insti- tute commons, and were addressed by Mr. E. Z. George, industrial engineer of the Houston Chamber of Commerce. Mr. George talked on the profession of industrial engineering, explaining ex- actly what was meant by the term, and what was included In this branch of en- gineering. The lecture was virtually an explanation of the engineer in business, and served to drive home to the stu- dents present the idea that a knowledge of mathematics and instruments is not the only perequisite for an engineer's success. Industrial engineering deals with the application of engineering principles to business, and on this account it is the broadest Held in engineering. It must of necessity chver every branch of in- dustry. Mr. George is at present pre paring a bibliography of articles and reference books on the subject and will present the Institute library with a copy when c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 March 1917

THE THRESHER, MARCH M, !M7 THE THRESHER A fortnight)).' periodica) published by the Htudents of the Rice Institute at Houstott, Texa.B. ):n!<[t-d Ms .st-< t'[n]-t.')aaH [nutter October 17, M'tii. Ht the poHtoffice at Hounton, Texas, under-the Act of March 3, ]S79. St HS<mt-ttu\ MATES )'t-r copy tCc i'cr Academic Year 75c i;us[ncsH CtYicc, Jtootn lot Adininintratiort BuHding. !:!<;i*\'K Am.i.iS.. . nt:t:'n, j;<!AX Hi'TH Ht'LhiVAM . . .. .Editor-tn-Chief .. .ManatjinH Editor . . . .Associate Editor )'. ^i.\i:)<)iA.\t, Jr....Hu.siness Manager Q. ii. ')'i:AYi_,<)!;...AHt-'t Jlusinesa Atatiager it. I'ATTHX Uircuiutibn Atahager ! M. TYSflfs..., .A^y'i ^ir. M.'tna^ct J. \)AS'i'[)X Jt.wxutt Athtc'ic Editor i:. ):. i.ii.i.AJtK < < , , . Sima.t'JY SI.MO.YM t "' Assistants STAt't-' itHi'Oiri'i'JUS. \i.i:\A.\i)ir:i: ];hsj;):T)t itown t.. ,\i. i.AAi ut ra. i'ii ))At;c;UEHTY < il M. [:)'!')) t'AMIi.l.HW AU'JAMAH 'r ). <: \T)H-:<: i-')':AXt.-)M i--<.'<)')'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 March 1917

THE THRESHER. MARCH M, Mt7 SENIORS TALK ON STUDENT AFFAIRS Views on Uroponed Students' Antioct&- tt4<m Ate KxpyesMed—Dtvet-geace of Opinion ta Apparent. Hetow are printed in brief the opin- ions and sentiments of some of the rep- resentative Seniors in regard to the for mation of a students' association. The men interviewed do not comprise the entire ciass, but as it was imposstbie to see ait in the iimtted time at the dts posai of the staff before going to press an attempt was made to obtain the ideas of as many as possible of the men of the Senior ciass. In this matter The Thresher has thrown open tts news columns for a free and open discussion of the matter, and will willingly print anything pertinent to the question that any members of the faculty or student body wiH submit. For those who are not familiar with the question it might be well to state that the organization of a student as sociation is in contemplation. This woutd be composed of ail the men and women register...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 March 1917

THE THRESHER. MARCH 34, 1917 63 IVAN CLEDE WINS VALUABLE PRIZE Is Awarded #1(M) fur Bent Mete of Smlpturinn Work. Ivan Clede, a graduate of Rice with the tirst class and now in attendance at the rt-nusylvania Art School in Phila- delphia, was wignaily honored by that institution. He won the Edmundson prize in sculpturing in open competition wit)) ait the students, a number of whom had been in attendance for three years. The prize amounted to $100. far greater than the cash vaiue of the victory is the recognition that it has brought to the young scutptor, for the Hdmmnison award is eageriy competed for, and the winner obtains wide pub- licity. ivan matricuiated with the first ciass at the institute and continued four years without interruption. He took a prominent part in aii student activities. At one time he was cheer ieader, and inter art editor of the Campaniie. In :t([.!itint! he heid many ciass offices, and popuiar with the students. The sv.irk of C'iede attracted attention dur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1917

^TTT? nrui3i?ctJi?D 1 tltL 1 tlfvtL&titLrv Vo!. 2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, APRIL 6, 1917 No. 12 DR. F. B. RUSSELL OF ENGLISH DEPT. DIES BY HIS OWN HAND HA!) BEEN AT lMt M px< Y A SHORT WHHE HUT WAS VERY POPFEAR. AH (lasses Adjourned Wednesday in Respect to His Memory—Hln Body Taken to Missouri toy Burial. Dr. Frank Barrow Russell, instructor in English at the institute, was found dead in his room at the dormitory on Tuesday morning, March 27. Break- fast was being served in the dining room beiow, and even an attentive lis- tener woutd have found difficulty in hearing any report, muffled by the thick walls and the clattering of dishes. No one did hear it, and the death was not discovered until Mr. Bray, Mr. Russell's room-mate, found the body on the floor with a large wound under the heart and a shotgun lying near. The body was fully clothed. The coroner's inquest revealed the fact that the wound was self-inflicted, without being able to definitely decide whether the sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1917

THE THRESHER. APRtL 6, Ml! OWLS BREAK EVEN WMH T. C.U.; LOSE FiRST, BUT WIN SECOND Newly Arranged Infield is Experimented With and Shows Up Well; "Jabo" Holds Forth in First Game, Butler in Second. The Christians from Fort Worth de- feated the Ow) baxebaH 'tine Friday afternoon on Rice athletic field by the score of 5 to 2. iiothteatttsitad their star twiriers on tite slab, JaboHathorn working for the Owls attd Harty i.ee[titchittgfor t)te i'reaciters. l'he two left-handers itai) uuiteapitciters' duel, with "Jabo's" efforts not beittg <iuitee<ntal to the work of Lee. The Christians hamntered [iatliorn's hooks for seven hits, one a Dnee-ttasget and another a clear-cut doutde. The Owis were only abieto lattd live safe btows off of Lee, and titcse.witit the exception of tite raps gotten by Mt-eshttian i'otts, were welt sratteret) and ineffective. i^ee struck out eleven tnen against Jabo's nine. I'riday'sgatttefortheOwtswasan cxperiinetn with a ttewly arranged in- )iet<t. With ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1917

THE THRESHER, APRIL b, 1917 *_* CLU KM KOXiAX MTEHARY SOUKTY. In regular meeting Wednesday, March 28, the Hiceonians elected the foilowing officers: J. P. Markham, president; F. H. Whitaker, vice-president: H. M. Bui- brook, treasurer; N. A. West, recording secretary; itoiand Bradiey, correspond- ing secretary; J. E. Niiand, critic; K. N. MHier, sergeant-at-arms. The society has been meeting regu- ittriy since the beginning of the third term. Attendance has been good and much interest has been shown. The pro- grant committee has devised a good pian for making the meetings more interest- ing and perhaps more profitabie. Act- ing on its suggestion, the ciub has taken up in detail the study of the life of Leo Tolstoy, the great Russian philosopher and writer. Mr. Hanna furnished an interesting paper on the eariy life of Toistoy, in which it was clearly notice- able that there is enough humor as weil as other kinds of interest connect- ed with the man's life to keep a study of it front ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1917

THE THRESHER. APRtL 6. )M7 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodical published by the studentg oi the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Hnlcrt-d as sceond-elass matter October 17, 1!'!at the postoffice at Houston, Texas, un't'-!- Hn,- Act ot' Alarcii 1SI9. ^KATMB i.'er. c*.<py . ... .. ....... *. .. ... .. .ICc .P^r Ai adetnic Year. ........ . ^ ^ .75c ! :ushn-sn Jioont 10 i Administration Huitdinx. ! : KXK Mih! JS Editor-i n-Chief .!. .\i J 'X ANPK!:...... . Atana^in#; Kditor i:t TH St'LLlVAN. ..... . .Associate Editor P. At.VUKH AM, Jr . .. . Busi ness Manager H. l'ttAYi,Oi!.. .Ass't !!ust!tess Aianager !L \\ . t'ATTHX . . J. F. T VS() \ . . . . . J, X t A\ tt AA li : . t:. t.n J. \ t:D < StUPLEA ^iAiOXS ( ' .'.'inula t ion Manager . . Ass't e'ir! AiauaH'er . . . A thie*u- Editor .Assistants ,STA i 'h' .: \\ t< \\ !! rr Ah !:<: t;LSi^;TH nuw K M. !.AA!AiL jUTHDALHHHRTY i \S. \i. at ! Ht c A.\i tiJ/iJ W'ACCAMAX r i: vn!::! ^ }-' n.vxc ts b (iQ i i-: EDITORIAL U)! IS \1 \\A&...

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