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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1925

THFv esher r> volume x rice institute, houston, texas, ma v i, 1925 number 29 r The dftlirror \TO, we are not offering' Ibis as a suitable name for this column. —0—0—0— HE Senior and Junior editions, #}" The Thresher did show SOME signs T" of journalistic ability, but thi Snpho- I "cljmwtkal" Sophomore Thteshvr. more issue! My Oawdf. Yes, we fu|i of .. hertisements h#*rt«Hy a«m> .th tbvm that the thv edition. lu.glariug blad, class of *~7 i* NOT a class of journal- • hoadhnci tin* fili-rnry inasti-rpiec*- «n- istfi. |tin sbirtling fact that it was Soph Thresher Appears?I LS SPONSOR Webb and Johnson Tie; •« CARD- PARTY f ™ ^ ^ MAY t ElE DATE Kcis and Co-Kds to Clash: APPROACHING Over'Tables Today I One of the blggexi, events of the' • past w.xfU was the appearance of the j FAST Similarity (,f u : :;jn nnd cu-lui will. feature the M.iv lo be given .May ■new: i I^HK seventh grade of 'the Tayhn j,, ,,, , 0j jS- 'oj 1) a' '■ ]. m. nr. 'Ii- I-i-nMU- tarailw * Grammar School of ihi- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1925

THE THKESHEK HOUSTON. TEXAS THE (<3*6 WA *•*" A % ™ SH E R MRRHM ' A 'ay Ow MORE PUBLICITY FOR SOPH'MORES B> Dr. Then Bald 'DOC' BLINKUS SAVED FOR RICE ■t.. ufoyii f'.-xa..: ■ tftg*. liv. H#.wU>u. 'tcs.m Act irt March H, 581#. StjWriptnjn iUltft f&iK&'&ter Y**r. I^.fsw C^y «•*•<'■} ; ' zrzzz %£S$S£S :*.v. ~~rr~ r:- i ir# #f. i mk i i i B1 .* v. ar-tt lit Hih?«>*<.►I) ^.'ij-tis' bco*4 I i Via fed^o^ili-Chu-f i .ura li D iii, -Mm-xte ■e.ticfli-, ('! iiuih AIN'T \S i; GUT i t \ tra j a 1 ■ ■ ■ „:;:;..■ „; N'uiu<J|<'i.ii'f >f tht i rf Jl £•• l?ie Knj^ht4w% i Ml" U> mU f the tii^P M i-M'O1 hi The um«:h \ ktorie« ',,I llV-"'H S'tji'd ti)it;;: FreshiheH 1 msUojf < li .'g!$ i I'M I'il/'f tl'K'it < eurg;' <|w hi't> of lis Tnn g ' ai'Ek'jl>" itti'fi «i* v hi "it :~mi; vd'iijfn? \ afl'l ;,ritta,p!"d to Ink' it^t v-gpspli'ti in #l4d# lhfe f'Vffhjhen C th^.B^pUomorc class/. .1 ' ■ ^(>1 I, )ft"K are ft.?4 Ijl- P-'T"tlfl TIB? fit t.h .rl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1925

T H E T II R E S II E R IIOUS T 0 N , T E X A S Frosh Gives His J ack Glenn Is Opinion of the Sophomore* '27 Peeved at Slime * * * < * * Thresher Staff A dejseted Freshman was approach- ed the other day by a carious Thresher reporter, His trousers' feu' was lined with neeuUat itfas: >, iChilc- uri wmj available inch clung suggestive-broom straws'. He was :i -K r■. s jus' what tvas his opinion of a Sophomore. ; nd his reply is here given verbatim: ''A Sup Immure is a. j'ft-nm who, its she first plate, wishes to impH',s n slime with the fact that he i-. onsnip- "ten!, omniscient and utnrdmawit. "He iaKd perfectly u- nuoiuted with all -campus tradition! arid custom, 'o heai him toil it,' hut in reality .he is mi diiiaj' with the now ghui thought Unit he doesn't imivk tn a*i<uiiie the luig-ic anv niui« that he'* in tt trnrn.'c. and few then1 ore 'of Un lv ie that t'\L" k' > |1|| vl'il'fis! !!«>. '(V ItlCe's (Xote. The object of Mr. Glenn's anger seeuns to he tt eertain no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1925

T H E T 11 It E S H E R HOUSTON, TEXAS ^;MiSSE :• i ■ i illwfl nn 4 nn m l Ifn ffTl qn D nofi<i<k wore impartial ti> the nth degree in' But to satisfy the curious, Slime* 13 J VO 1 i vXv%"j 1 1 Lj JL ijjM lll}^ X 1 <dv llv v their final decision, ' Epiglottic and Jack Hridgov ntt-r, id- r.nd i\ i All11 01 Trrminntrc Gn/m* On recount of their being uo avail- j Hot of the Soph Tliteshw, will both JT RUlil U n 1^7 I vlllUllCtlvu OvIWlIf able spaee, the solution to the puz/.lo ■ carry the wwwer nh them tor the Submerged S(luad WotfaHard: ii««• «>" ■ ' >«""• - "" k- I-mier Avalanche ! J^JSTSX* Nlchokor! \fU-r Its brat owl RACKSTERS' '*■' % ;M:.< 0| til'tS " The group of candidates for spring || ' , Iniliues riiit tot been large, yet those< ll 1 ' ' 15 " hl" vitui h.i he en out. aiii, 111 the main, .. 'htfe "" B-ylw Bwi- mu , !th(,p, .materia) whwh tin-j y a !j' ^T5 j fetejfeWs <R! tl t<- work with next;; ■ 11 the -i ;a- «At p1' > fR'lhtiii dijtii- j j, j|...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1925

THE THRESH EH HOUST 0N , TKXAS heisman back More Spring- Training Promised Coach John W. Heismart, why has been confined to his bed with a light ease of malarial fever, has returned t« the campus and has resumed the spring football training. "A little malaria now arid then is nothing," Mr. Heiaman said. "That's not going to stop MS, "The student body does not have the right attitude about the work that is being done out hero. We are going to tight until the cow's come home,- and we've gut good material to do it with, "Our hopes for a football team did not pass "out with'the men who busted out last term. We're still in the fight; ail we ank of the student b.>d\ is a lit- tle faith in us," Mr. Heistimn announced that foot- ball practice would continue fit*' tw. more weeks. FROM THE PRESS BOX ce team winsCK Heisman Pleased With Ix>cal High Champions In District 30 Central Hlfh of Houston fro The second straight Saturday, captured honors when her track team took the 30th District ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1925

T H E •<V;J Cloister Classics A languid stroll thru the cioifttera and the snliyport between classae re- veals the ravage don* by Spring Fever and by Spring, Look at "Coop" Hart, nonchalantly supporting one of th« marble columns, while ••inilirtg down into the beaming countenances of three blondes! And her* comes Gene Rhodes, 'but Eric Williamson is forming her usual background Dernl Get our '>f the vvi,v! Here cumex "Magnolia Petunia" Duff madly htg after one of her Thresher H!->igi! mettle. Oh, On J j on,- more minut- to loaf, but from the Pj.>K-. of tin- c!' int-| iM, there'll b«- ri-> more r-lKW". today. Such lagging ist't Wii! rti^er' get tfeir owner art • J'.'. .!.i,.y tliWfs 1 ut i !- ! . I>ur e t'>,itf II r ah ;i$ white Ku''t dwi J.i-ik *,« ,-t AtA J.' Su+ton t.-'f'rtpc T HRUSHER — -a HOUSTON.TEXAS CONDITIONS WILL BE FAVORABLE Dog s. Dough and jk . , ;fc * '9k Jk 7k Mi-'Vwm 4^ ^ ,jg, ^ ,jj .jjs. ^ ti't fjjpj! FOR A QUIET EVENING IN PARK;! Chapero nes Pic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1925

VOLUME X RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 8. 1925 NUMBER 30 DR. WILSON WILL RETURN BACK to normalcy again. * * * all ye some of edi- you /CONGRATULATIONS, ^ tors. Wonder why didn't show up earlier in the year? But that's the way the world goes: the good man doesn't always out, no matter what optimistic philosophers say. —0—0—0— A NOTHER national research fel- lowship for Rice! Two in mathe- matics within four months of each other. This time it is A. J. Maria, fellow in mathematics, who is the sec- ond scholar from the Institute to re- ceive a national fellowship in mathe- matics. The first was awarded in Jan- uary, going to Dr. Aristotle Michael. * * * QOME of us no doubt fail to realize ^ the significance of these awards. They are being worked for all over th United States, and a hint as to their importance may be had by ob- serving that some universities go for years without a single such award. Rice has had five in various fields dur- ing her existence. * * * /"OBSERVATIONS on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1925

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE hMER A waakly newsj Hanbar Texas Interoolleglste Press Association papar published by the itudanta of Rica Institute at Houston, tall Caters* at moat «)■ aa matter October 17, lMO. at tha pastoffice In Houston, Texas under tha Act of March 8. 1878. p, Subscription Rates 92.50 par Year. 10c par Copy JACK GLENN ROBERT VADEN LOGSDEN T. B. Stubb* Gordon Turpentine Editor-in-Chief Bualneu Manager Managing Editor Sport* EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS H. 8. MrConnell, Donald, Barthrlm* CONTRIBUTORS Donald It. Flint, Mike I.ooly. Bernard SrKiii, .Martha Frances Hill, Huth Elizabeth Cathcart, Jack UridKewater, I,lira Duff, T. 1J Wiggle** worth. Jackson lone Kidder, Katherine Thomi on, Mnrmaduke STATISTICS A casual glance at the ballot for the primary election of April '27 sheds what may prove to be an interesting light on school politics. For the four Student Association offices of president, vice- president, treasurer and councilman-at-large there were in all 12 can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS Owls Flay Last Home Game Monday Monday afternoon on Rice field the Owls will tangle up with the vlilting Baylor Bear* in the last home game of the season, the contest starting at 3:30 p. m. Baylor is bringing a well-oiled ma- chine to do battle with the Owls. Coach Frank Bridges of the Bears has two of the best moundsmen in the conference in Jake Freeze and Red Gore, while his hitting aggregation is in fine mettle. Baylor had hard luck in its first four games, dropping all four con- tests by one-run margins. But the team has pulled itself together nicely and in its last games has decisively beaten its adversaries, including a 17 to 3 win over the Owls. Coach Bedenk will probably start wood in the box of the Blue-Gray war riors. Grandpa seems to have returned to his old-time form. A sprained an- kle and a sore arm have kept him un- der cover, but it seems as if he has at last thrown off his ailments. Rice's line-up will be: George Blox- som, 2b; Wilford, cf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS ^ WITH THE POLITICIANS Monday Rice students will go to the polls and east their votes in the run-offs for student president and couneilman-at-large. Below is information from the four political camps involved. It is to be hoped that every eligible voter will go to the polls Monday and use sound judgment in choosing their candidates. FOR COUNCILMAN FOR PRESIDENT C. A. JOHNSON Realizing that we lack that knowU edge of political organization which has gained Abercrombie and his henchmen their pre-eminence in cam- pus affairs, we, the undersigned,, humbly beg your consideration of the merits of our candidate. C. A. Johnson has had a year of ex- perience on the Students Council as treasurer. He knows how it's run. Fifteen thousand dollars he has han- dled honestly and efficiently. Dur- ing the past two years he has assisted the athletic manager in the manage- ment of the various contests. Aside from these activities he has found time to work his way through sch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1925

. " VOLUME X RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 15, 1925 NUMBER 31 EXAMS WILL COVER YEAR + + + + + + + + + + + + C. A. Johnson Defeats Roy Webb For Presidency Complete New System To Be Inaugurated Next Year; "Prelims" Feature I Rice Topics rpUESDAY night the Rice Dramatic Club will present the play "Shakespeare" at the Scottish Rite Cathedral. It is to be the most elab- orate production ever staged by the Rice actors, and included in the cast is some of the best talent of the dub. • * T^HE directors have worked hard and -*■ the cast has responded faithf lly. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark Tidden kave designed the costumes and stage lets, besides assisting in the direction and taking important parts in the cast Julian Muench, the director, has stud- ied the play down to the finest point and has carefully instructed his cast in the presentation of the various roles. ♦ * OYMEN PLENN i n t h e r o 1 e of Shakespeare, the master play- wright, is said to have prepared one of the finest characte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1925

2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON. TEXAS THE Hambtr Tuu lntarooll*stat« fnu Association A WMklr amrspuwr publisbad bjr the studsnts of Blca InitttuU t Houston, T«w Bntarsd as mend class matter October 17. 19M. at the postoffico to Houston, Texas under the Act of March I. till. Subscription Bates 12,SO per Year. 10c per Cop* JACK GLENN ROBERT VADEN LOUSUEN T. H. Stubbs (jordon Turrentint* Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Managing Editor Sports EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS H. S. McConncli, Donald Barthelm* CONTRIBUTORS Donald Ii. Flint. Mike Looly, Bernard Segal. Martha Franctu Hill, Ruth Elizabeth Catheart, Jack Bridgwater, Lura Duff. T. P. Jackson lone Kidder. Kalherine ThomiMon, Marmaduke Wigplesworth. "TO MAKE THE STRONG STRONGER" The action of the powers-that-be in doing away with the present "term" system in order to make more complete the fundamental "year course" idea at Rice can only be looked upon as additional security that the high standards of the Institute will be main- I ained. The new sy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1925

THE THRESHES HOUSTON,TEXAS Rice to End Season on Road; Play Three Games The Owl* will end the baseball sea- son this week-end by playing three contests in four days. The series with the Oklahoma Ag- gies at Stillwater this Friday and Sat- urday will be followed up by the clos- ing game of the year with the Texas Christian Frogs Monday in Ft. Worth. The series with the Oklahomans will probably be the last time that these two teams will meet as conference contenders, as this is the last year that Oklahoma will participate in the Southwest Conference. They are transferring their activities to the Missouri Valley. The game with Texas Christian should be interesting, to say the least. The last time these two teams met here at Rice the encounter went for twelve innings, to a tie score. In case Wood is not overworked in the Aggies series it is likely that he will set the Frogs on their heads. T. C. U. is at present leading the confer- ence with only two defeats. Madden Firm in *••••• Denyi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1925

THE THBESHEB HOUSTON,TEXAS NICHOLSON GOES Makes Farewell Talk to Squad Tuesday "About; Thursday morning," said Coach Nicholson when asked by The Thresher reporter when he intended to leave Rice. He made his farewell talk to the track squad iast Tuesday afternoon. It was quite a short address, but he expressed his regret at leaving Rice and thanked the track squad for its co-operation. "It is not only in the winning of vic- tories," he said, "but it is in the spirit uf the thing that victories are won." "This year," he continued, "I was building for the next year, or 1 feel sure that we would have won at least one meet. You fellows had the capa- bilities, and it was my fault that I did not n'i> out and make some of those weight throwers come out." In conclusion, he warned the squad about busting. In Coach Nicholson's opinion, it is strictly the student's fault if he busts from Rice. "The faculty is entirely right in ki-eptng its standards high," he said, "and it is your own fault ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1925

VOLUME RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 22, 1925 NUMBER 32 GERMAN PROF ANNOUNCED fpticeTopics]Raffertu Leaves Rice WITH this issue, the present V W llflTH this issue, the present Thresher staff disbands. This is the last number of Rice's weekly un- til next fall. It marks the close of stu- dent activities for the year-*-it means that there will be no newspaper to reflect the life of Rice students during these last few days of the academic year. But what need is there, since each day will be one of study—all days will be essentially alike, featured by the monotonoum moan of the old grindstone as the students keep rig- idly on the line and hope and pray for the best? ♦ * * ll^E know what these last days will be. Whatever social noise there is will be made by the Seniors. There will no doubt be plenty of this—after exams. * * * QOON we will all be going home. The ^ vision of home and mother—and the girl—to many an out-of-town stu- dent is the driving force of these last trying days....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1925

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE Mamtwr Tex* Int«rcoll til te freiu AauicUtton A w—lUy n«w g«p r publUhxl by the rtudenU of It tea Inatitute «t Houston. T«t* BnUrW at Mton4 alftu matter October 17. 1916. at the poatofflce in Hoitaton, Texas under the Act of March . 1819. Subscription Rata* $2.50 per Year. 10c per Copy JACK GLENN ROBERT VADEN LO(i8DKN T. «. Stubbi Gordon Turrtmtine Editor-in-Chief Hunineiu Manager MauuKiiiK Editor gpur'ft KUiTOKIAi. ASSISTANTS 11. S. M.l oiuull, Donald Barlhflmr CONTRIBUTORS Ltoiiulii ii. Flint. Mik« Louty. iicr ittt !U Sl'KuI. Martha Ki'uncw Hill, Huth Klifcabeth Cathcart, Jack JiridKewattr, l.ura Dufl', T. 1*. Juuk-uu lour Kidder, Kathciim* Thompson, Marmaduke WiargJea worth. YY pi ov I/ENVOI Two years as editor of the Thresher, and now comes the part- ing—and reflection. In more sentimental moments 1 may have brushed away a tear. Hut tears do not flow in the print shop, and this is written in such a place. I end up my Thresher career amid those ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS Frogs Lose Pennant When Owls Win Game The Owls closed the baseball sea- son last Monday at Fort Worth when the T. C. U. Horned Frogs bowed down in defeat to Bedenk's charges to the tune of 4 to 0. Grandpa Wood, wTio earlier in the season was cheated out of a win over the same club by a rally in the ninth inning which knotted the score and caused the contest to go twelve frames to u tie, pitched a superb game, Bedenk had a somewhat altered lineup against the Frogs, but the re- sults were all that could be wished for. The hitting of Danny Bloxsom and Wood for the Owls kept the locals in the lead. Wood socked out a homer in the ninth with one on to cinch the contest. The Frogs, fighting to remain in a tie for first place in the conference standing, fought heroically, but their best did not match up to the form displayed by the fighting Blue and Gray aggregation. The win gives the Owls an even break of six won and six lost for the season. One game ended in a t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1925

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS Shakespeare" Will Be Played Monday Night; Elaborate Production (H.v Marmaduke Wimflewworth) "Shakespeare," the Rice Dramatic Club production written by Rubenstein and Bax, which is to be presented at the Scottish Rite Cathedral Monday night, is the most pretentious bit of work the club has undertaken. The drama is semi-historical and consists of five episodes taken from different periods of Shakespeare's life. Hymen Plenn, who takes the lead- ing role of Will Shakespeare, has al- ready shown his ability in one-act sketches with tile club and he is said j to surpass his previous excellent per- formances. j The stage sets have been designed j ;• ul put together by the members of; the club and cast under the guidance ul" Mr. and Mis. John Clark Tidden i and Margaret Urisbine, all of whom , a re artists. ! Costumes for the seventeen mem- bers of the cast have also been de-j igned by the group. Most of the advertising for the plav j is thru posters designed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1925

VOLUME XI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1925 NUMBER 1 TRACK COACH ARRIVES AT RICE Ernie Hjertberg Comes Here From Europe Rice Topics FOR ten days the football men of Rice have been working out on Rice Field under the eyes of Heisman, Bedenk, Nicholas and Ashcraft. • Next week the team goes into ac- tion in the first game of the year. * * * Their preparation for the contest has lasted much more than ten days. Last year they studied and passed their courses. Next week they carry the standard of Rice onto the grid- iron. • * « The hours spent last year over books make possible the hours spent this fall on the scrimmage line. * *' * The men have labored to merit the backing of their fellow students. Let's see that the support given them is worthy of Rice. As they say in the movies, "Let's go!!" —O—O—O— Freshmen, howdy! • * * You have come to Rice to learn! • And the first and best thing for you to learn is to get into the spirit of the thing. * If you arfe normal human b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1925

2 THE^ THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS : ,|PiE I E R bi Member Texas Intercollegiate Prawn Association A weeh'y newspaper published ly the HtudeutH of Illee Institute at Houston, Texan ;! DOC BUNKUS BACK WITH ERNIE; ij Kntered a# second ela matter October 17, at the pontoffice in Houston, Texan, under the Act of Mareh 3, 1 79 Subscription Rats* $3 SO l<i r Year, I'le per Copy ► I Uf Dr. Theo BaM Blinkug ij FORMALLY ALLOWS RICE Tt> START j| THE SLIME NIGHTSHIRT PARADE Some two or three hundred Slimes of the male persuasion will be initiated into college life at Rice Saturday night. They will be clad airily in the garments that made Sleepy Hollow famous. The parade is a tradition at Rice. Year after year the first year men have rushed down Main and through the downtown section raising merry hell. They have started to become real Rice men. Later in the year they will investigate the mysteries of Forestry 100, iake part in the Shoe Race, wear green ties and suspenders, diess up for footba...

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