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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1925

JL THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS PRESS BOX Coach Heisman has announced that the election of the captain for the en- suing season will come a day or so before the opening game of the sea- son. there are six eligible men for the honor. They are: Underwood, Mc- Vey, Heycb, Williams, Ulrich and Mc- Calne. • • • Coach Bridges at Baylor Is trying to offset the publicity which bis cham- pion Bears have been getting in the press. Sport writers are of the opin- ion that the team will come through again for the supreme conference hon- ors. There is ground for such opin- ions, a fact which Bridges and his team know. • • * What the diminutive mentor up at Waco is trying to do is to get the team to forget that it Is the best rated aggregation in the Southwest. Overconfidence has time and again spoiled the best laid plans, and in all probability the champions will find themselves relegated to a lower berth In this year's race, if they fail to for- get they were champs last year. * * * Coach Bible a...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1925

c> THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS (First published photo of the Band in new uniforms—Eiccluslve Thresher cut.) Good news is tn the fact that the Band will be seated with the students this year on the south side of the field. A platform has been constructed to seat them. The Hire Baiid. outfitted iu its new) Lee Chatham seems impressed with uuiionjifi. is preparing tor one of its prospects and so might all Bice stu- mosi si.ccf.-si'til seasons. A larger (iuunt.it<> fit" talent than ever before seems to tn. on hand to help earry out this id'11. i dents he. When they parade tip and j ilown lite field between halves, their j blue coats swinging as tiiey walk, the Ttiis year the hand will be seated Owl headgear bobbing to the rythni, a.-- 011.. 'In' students on the south side i 'tis sure to make an Impression, or of I lie field. They will finger their j rather, the impression of the day. The instrument# from tie- vantage point of! early and intensive training is expect- a spei i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1925

" VOLUME XI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1925 NUMBER 2 OWL FOOTBALL SEASON OPENS Rice Topics WAR' War is the watchword of the Rice campus from the start of the season to the last whistle on Thanks- giving. The opening kickoff in the Stephen F. Austin game marks the beginning of hostilities that continue In full blast until the Turkey Day game with Baylor has passed into his- tory. Heismun's crew of huskies is on the field in deadly earnest. No less earn- est should be the spirit borne by the students of Rice. • * * The winning of the many hard games on the Owl schedule this sea- son is everybody's business. The great part that is played by the student body in building up what is known as mor- ale must not be overlooked nor neg- lected. • • * The responsibility in this war rests on grid warriors and on non-combat- ants alike. Both share in the glory of victory; both should share in the el'-' fort to gain the victory. —O—O—O— Monday night on the Commons lawn Coach Hei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1925

© 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS —^BT_. tu c imSiWimtm i m c b int ipiWEOTI C9V Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association A weekly newspaper published try the students of Itice Institute at Houston, Texas DOC BUNKUS MAKES EARLY A. M. j By Dr. Theo Bald BUnktu i! OBSERVATIONS; SAYS SLIMES FRISKY j| Entered as second class matter October 17, 1S16, at the postoffice In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Subscription Rates $2 50 per Year, lftc per Cppy j T. B. STUBBS Editor-in-Chief BEN BELLOWS Business Manager, Donald Harthelme Munugiiiy; Editor] Qordou Turrentlne Sports! REPORTERS FOR THIS ISSUE: | Lura Duff, Bernard Segal, B. E. Brewer, James Porter, K. McHenry, Marmaduke, Wigglesworth, W. H. Haynes. THE CREAM OF THE LOT i For every Freshman that entered Rice this fall one other candi- date for admission was turned away. Actually twice as many high j school graduates applied as were accepted. There is not any room for more. Rice is thus in a position which ! makes it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS 3 Humor GETTING SERIOUS "Look here," commanded the traffle cop, "If you're the driver of the car that knocked down this old lady, you're under arrest" "Wot'e the matter?" asked the hard- ened motorist, In surprise. "Ain't It all right?" "Oh, sure; but you parked too long after the accident."—American Legion Weekly. Had Thing* Mixed A city man called upon another and, after a glance around the establish- ment, Inquired: "How's your new office boy getting along?" "Fine I" was the reply. "He's got things so mixed up that I can't get along without him." THE LARGEST EXPENSE no*''' oaait on 7 hj,, r irt i □ Business Partner—Jim, your ex- penses are Immense. You ought te cut off the largest of them. Jim—Sam, are you advising me to get a divorce? Cowcatcher as a Churn The cow stood on the railroad track A-looklng at the sky. Down he track came *he limited; Oh, see the pretty butterfly. In Spirit Only Co—Don't you think Connie looks splrltuelle in that gown? Edna—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1925

THE THRESHER y.: HOUSTON, TEXAS Lovett Addresses— (Continued from Page Owe) Its bonds. At the moment, bonds of aspiration; almost If not quite at the start, bonds of affection; they are ere long to become, I trust, bouds of achievement. Bonds Invisible as are those of faith; bouds intangible as are those of hope; they are also bonds of strength as great and strain as gentle, I from experience know, as are those uniting you to the kindred, to the country, to the church, of your birth. Rice Stands for Responsibility. In the present stane of human knowledge, no one of the West would be disposed to hold you responsible for the circumstances material, political, or religious, into which you were born. In the choice of a college, however, you have had something to say. And here at least, your personal responsi- bility begins. You are no longer in- fants in perambulators. As a mat- ter of fact, and perhaps unfortunately, most of you drive motor cars. More- fiver, you have already had a doz...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1925

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS MAY HICKEY18 BEST STUDENT I* Baker Student for Two •uomwIv* Years Dehordh May Htckey, a Senior this year, baa attained the distinction of winning the Graham Baker Student- ship two years in succession. There were two awards for the scholastic year 1924-25. Flora Streetman being the other student, but this year was a solo by Miss Hickey. The Graham Baker Studentship is awarded to the best student at Rice. Hohenthal Scholarships were won by James Ayers, Maurice Swing, Jack Griffin, Mira May and Pranklyn Davis of the class of '26; and Harvln C. Moore of the class of '27. The Sharp scholar In Civics and Philanthropy is Ethel McConnell. Edith McKean is the Ellen Axson Wilson scholar. The complete list follows: Junior Scholarship List (alphabetical) Names—Preparatory School. 1. Scholars with Special Mention (17): Ayers, James Robert, Yoakum High School. (Hohenthal Scholar, 1924-25-1925-26) (Honorable mention for Graham Baker Studentship, 1925-26) Byers, Jean...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1925

6 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS If M- T- Lm • SOUTHWESTERN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE, 1925 RICE TEXAS U. SEPTEMBER 25 SEPTEMBER 26 OCTOBER 2 OCTOBER 3 OCTOBER 9 OCTOBER 10 OCTOBER 13 OCTOBER 17 OCTOBER 24 OCTOBER 31 NOVEMBER 7 NOVEMBER 14 NOVEMBER 26 Austin Collujge Houston Sam Ho. Norma I Houston Trinity 1 ioUKtoh ARKANSAS U. HOUSTON Southwestern Austin Alississippi Austin Vanderbitt Nashville TEXAS A. 6 M. Trinity College Station .Southwestern College Station BAYLOR Notre Dame South Bend Se w a nee Dallas Auburn Dallas TEXAS U. AUSTIN Southwestern, Houston Louisiana Slate Baton limine TEXAS A. AM. HOUSTON BAYLOR HOUSTON RICE AUSTIN S. M. U. DALLAS BAYLOR AUSTIN Arizona Austin S. M. U. COLLEGE STATION (Oct. 16) Sam Ho. Normal College Station (Oct. L'3) BAYLOR WACO T. C. U. FORT WORTH Denton Normal Waco T. C. U, DALLAS Trinity Waco 8. M. U. No. Texas Teachers Dallas Washington Dallas ■TEXAS A. & MM COLLEGE STATION ■___< Oct. 16) ■ Howard Payne Waco TEXAS A. & M, WACO ...

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

VOLUME XI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 2, 1925 NUMBER 3 Rice Topics Arthur W. Stowe, sports writer of the Kt. Worth Record, says that tlie Owls have quite a bit to worry about. Neat line, weak ends, nifty back- field, but a woeful lack of good sub- stitutes" is his dictum. * * * lie recognizes the merits and de- merits of the squad and ventures as Ins own personal opinion, not Heis- litan's, that It ice will have a confer- ence championship in 1920. And mak- ing guod guesses is in his business. * ♦ * Heisman's ability as tt coach is to be relied oil. Can the athletes ability to stay in school be relied, on? Ay, there's the rub. —O—O—O— The Rally Club that is to be formed at Bice is a step forward in stu- dent organization. It will be a great aid to pep. The Rally Club will take the lead in dressing up the Slimes for the games, painting the town red, whenever convenient*, necessary or desirable. * * * Membership probably will be limited to such a number as can readily be a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS If.i 1 ..ill 9 THE Member Texas IiitorcullcKiat* Press Aswelation A wfeKiy newspaper published t y tlie stmleiitu of Ulee Institute at Houatou, Texas Entered us second I'lass matter October if, 1 16, at the postofftce in Houston, Texas, under the Am of March 3. 1S79 Subscription Rata* $i 50 p — Year, Jfle per Copy T. B. STUBBS Editor-in-Chief BEN BELLOWS Business Manager TXmalil Karth«.-liiw Manmtfnit Editor Gurdun Turreiitine Hport* lUporter* this taue: I.urn t'uif, .Mailbu Franfe# Hill, Jack HcmlerKJli. .lark Wnftuu-k. Kveivn ICtik-y. llaehel Waiilrs, Alaiia Ouxnian, Marvel Handel, Harvin I'. Mfeore. K. Mi Henry, Havui.od Huvnt-s, .1, C. MiXeili. Meiitcm Murray. Jack Rtit- leilge. Mike l..-..by, KiulVi 1. k Kkeheli. Tom Ualluher. Vernon Albertson, Dactyl I Mai Wiw^Wswui th. PUT ON YOUR WINGS, FRESHMEN! You are 0§!s, now! From this day on, it is as much your duty to contribute to Bice as it is the duty of the most honored Senior. Traditions are lacking h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS ii HALL COMMITTEE COMPLIMENTED; ij By Dr. Theo Bald Blinkua ADVICE OFFERED TO FRESHMEN AM overjoyed to bear that we are going to have another hall commit- tee this year. I firmly believe that this body is one of the most important and active groups on the cam- pus. To illustrate: 1 was walking along the campus the other night, enjoy- ing the Southern moon on the half shell, and happen- ed to stroll over by the woman's dormi- tory. An awful racket suddenly rang out like a shot through the stillness of the campus. I stopped stiffly in my tracks and gazed up at a co-ed's window—and then looked away again, embarrassed. It took me some half dozen seconds to convince myself tha it was en- tirely within my moral and intellect- ual rights to watch what was goini; on; it was my duty, I concluded. was organised. Since then this dis- ciplinary group has been put in op- eration and no such affair has taken place in he women's dormitory. The matron over there will no ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS COUNCIL STARTED FOR YEAR HAIRSTON IS OFFICIALLY PLACED AT HEAD OF OWL Meeting for the first time this year, at the fall of the president. C, A. John- son, the Student Council, composed of twelve representatives from various classes ut Rice, transacted some need- ed business, principal among which was the election of Charles L. Hairston as editor of the Rice Owl, to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of William M. McVey. Mr. Hairston hails from Bartlett, the metropolis of Central Texas. His selec- tion is considered a wise one as he 1* a capable man along this line, and should make a good leader for the "Owl". Last year Hairston was editor of the senior issue of the Thresher. Other Business. Besides the election of Hairston other business transacted by the coun- cil was as follows: The giving to the Seniors of the priviledge of having a dance In Hie Commons every third night; the election of Mary Trammel, a senior, secretary of the association and po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1925

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS MOOSE ABOUT RICE .K^bolumn Devoted to the Tradi tlona ot Rice (By Marvin C. Moore.) SONGS. FOR RICE'S HONOR. On October 0. 1938, there appeared in the Threnher a j P'UB 'he ^'#1 Band into tip-top form. Fifty-Nine Men Play At First Game In Improved Rice Band Director L«e Chatham is fast whip- notice that two gongB were likely to gain recognition as official Rice songs. One of these was FOR RICE'S HONOR. The words, as printed in the Thresher, were the composition of Ben H. Mitchell, who graduated from Rice in 1824. They are used with a popular march, OUR DIRECTOR, composed by F. W. Bigelow. Only the trio of this Fifty-ninn men reported at the first practice, and since that time many have expressed the intention of trying out for positions before the Conference football season at Rice is under way. Last year-Chatham played trombone while the band was on the march, but during the coming year, he will march i beside the band, and permit his place march has ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1925

6 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS £+*+*+**+**+*+**+*+++*++*+ | PRESS BOX | The liinh ami mighty Baylor Hears have fallen! The "wonder-team" of the South- western conference has tasted defeat, a defeat that sent its high-flying prest- ige deep into the mire, where it wil J probably lie for the rest of the pies- j ent grid season. The Notre Dame took the Bears in- j to (■amp at South Bend, trsttd tho- j roughly mopped up with them, knock- j ing all their chesty cockiness hack in- i to a place of meek submission. The scon- was even greater than an- t e tp..Ifd. We would liked to have seen the j I.V; r.*< heat Xotre Dame for the sake e. ' ;!c ..-'iiii'tfceuee, bill in all probability t!;-. I I .unpicHS of (ho SoutlnvcBt will I • ...it '. :>rts !i,c crusiiinj: esperietiee i ■ a ni)iv eii ihe siiuad v. ill work u> :i;e!i't u,u! He- Jo; --, bint mil'.;;.- tit.' ser d1" .Jaeii Sisi o, v:!iii broke i)is 1 ;H ilie contest. iVtSij; !l'! her llle!!il:i J's e! t)u loop Will ft;i -1 ,i : •• ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1925

VOLUME XI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 9, 1925 NUMBER 4 H Will Rice Topics A HE ORGANIZATION ot a Rally Squad composed of non-athletic members of the student body Is a thing, long dreamed of, that is now in the process of realissation. • • • The purpose of the squad will be co-operation in everything that will tend to unify the student body, help the athletes in every way possible and work up a high standard of morale in the school in general. * • • The membership will be extended to Include town as well as dorm students. General pep throughout the school will be helpful and the old, more or less illdefined rift between town and dorm men will be closed, it is hoped, forever. * • • The personnel of the squad to be representative as much as possible, bound together by a central committe of about nine members, is supposed to consist of forty to fifty students who I are responsible for the running of any bit of work that may happen to be on deck at the time * • • Seeing to at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1925

2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS THE Member Texas IntercolleKlate Frew Association A weekly newspaper published ty the students of Rice Institute at Houston. Texas Entered as second clans matter October 17. 1916, at the postofflee In Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Subscription Rates $2 50 per Year, M'e per Copy T. B. STUBB8 Editor.In.Chief BEN BELLOWS Business Manager Ponald Barthelme Manarfine Editor Gordon Turrentlne * • • - Sports I II I mi " " 1 Reporter* this issue: Jack Bridiiwaier. Bernard Seital. Mike Looby. Thomas P. Jackson, Mvnton Murray. Martha Frances Hill. Lura Duff. Marvel Sandel. Ruth Klackwell, Vernon Aibertson. Alzira Gut-roan. Jnek Shannon. Thomas Wood. Jack Womack, Ralph Powell. Fannie liess Krmry. John Kose. Marmaduke WiB*le«"'orth. COLLEGIATE CYNICISM To be cynical is to be intellectually superior according to the' Hnri not to° "lo",r °" bright days. ' . . . . t • . HMfh (Iiouq thlniru in vloU' tllP <' B. C. The owl la the symbol of ids* dam; hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS 3 fliiriff Fmirtt Ag*"1 mM'Awi VljiiAfii § ww irOwi urasurs # Beside Sybil Marie Wuxtree! Mrs. Charles Kmmett El- liott makes appearance in Cloisters! Sybilmarle Dennis ton Elliott, '84, and Charles Emraett, *84, were "bitched up" In traditional fashion at the Little Church Around the Corner, New York; the middle part of Septem- ber, Sybil waB president of the Writing Club; member of the Woman's Coun- cil, Lea Hibaux, Y. W. C. A., and presi- dent of P. A. h. S. She was first editor of the co-ed Thresher, -H- GLENN GETS NEW STAND Yell-Leader's Platform Erected in Front of Rooting 8tand. Cheer Leader Jack Glenn occupied a new stand in front of the rooting section at the last game. From hence forth, his two assistants will also have stands. All three stands will probably be In use tomorrow. Another innovation also made Its appearance at the Sam Houston game last Saturday. This was the ap- pearance of a new Press Box on the Home side of the field. New stands ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1925

THE THRESHES* HOUSTON, TEXAS" Owls Play Trinity Tigers Here On Saturday C Mt'h John W. Helmiiun and hi« stuff of assistants have made a strenuous effort to prepare the Owls for the skirmish Saturday with the Trinity University Tigers. It is the consensus of opinion that the local aggregation will have to improve con- siderably if it expects to come out on the long end of the score. Although the play exhibited against Stephen F. Austin two weeks ago was as well as Itad been wished for, the form that the team displayed against Sam Houston last Saturday was not entirely pleas- ing. Heisman lias the Herculean task of making something oui of nothing this fail, The weight of his two guards, Sam Williams and Joe Heyck, barely pulls an average of 1155 pounds, while the two ends average but a mere 155 pounds. Only Captain I'nderwood and Bill McVcy an- up to the average j weight for a college football eleven. , The bai kfii-ld weights as a rule run j the same way. j It is no wonder then that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 October 1925

VOLUME XI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 16, 1925 NUMBER 5 Rice Topics MRS. HEISMAN has offered tro- phies for the members of the Varsity and Freshman teams who best combine athletic ability with profic- iency in studies. * • • Nobody wants a reptition of last year's scholastic earthquake among:' the athletes. That in itself is-a goal! well worth fighting for. But this time- i ly award will prove an added incentive to the men to stick to their books. * * • Mrs. Heisman comes forward with this offer in good faith. A niggardly response would seem to cast a slur upen the way we appreciate the Inter- est shown. The trophies place a pre- mium on all around ability as student and athlete. —o—o—o— DURING the past week the Rice- Texarkana Club was organized. These town clubs can do a great deal toward furthering the interests of Rico in various parts of the state. ♦ * The Galveston club and the Central club have availed themselves of not a few opportunities to advertise Rice. Now c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 October 1925

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS THE ■J pTT^BPrl b. Member Texas Intercolleslate Press Association A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston, Texas Entered as second class matter October 17, 1 18, at the postolfice in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Subscription Rates f! 50 per Year, 10c per Copy T. B. STUBBS BEN BELLOWS... Donald Barthelme,; Gordon Turreutlne Edltor-ln.Chlsf .Business Manager .. .Managing Editor Sports Hike Looby EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Jack Bridgwater Bernard Segal CONTRIBUTORS THIS ISSUE: Jack Kutlftlnc. Thomas Wood. Jack Henderson. Mcnton Murray, Bennie Brewer. Kachcl AVanies. Jack Womack, K Mi'Hemy, Thomas lJ. Jackson, Mary Alice density. J. 1'• McNeill, Alzira J. Clusmnn, Jeanette Gorki. Luia Muff. George Wln- stou, Ysmuim Albert son. Helen Clarke, Clyde Scott, Harvin Moore, Pac'.yl I 'eipnosoiihist. and Marnittduke Wiggleswortli. A QUESTION OF HONOUR. Freshmen, and old students: the honor system is still in opera- tion ...

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