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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

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Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

Member Texas Intercollegiate Preaa Aaaoelation ▲ weekly newspaper publlabed by the atudenta at Rice Institute at Entered aa second elaa 0 matter October IT, IMC, at the nostoffiee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 1, lift Subscription Rates 12.50 per Tear, 10c per Copy Mir Thomas P. Jackson.. Jack Brldrwater ... Bam Bennett Assistant* Advertising TRAVIS H. CALVIN MOSE SCHWARTZ . Martha Francis Hill Joe Heyck Donald Flint Jack Griffin Hendrlx Davis CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE: Bert Hitson. SENIOR THRESHER STAFF. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Associate Editor Ass't Business 1~ Managing T. B. Stubbs, Margaret Lester, Jack Glenn, lager dltor ..Editor-in-Chief .. Business Manager "lit' JUNIOR THRESHER STAFF. PATRICK AUSPACIOUS O'LEVY SAM SOUPBOLE BENNETT P. Auspacious O'Levy Associate Editor Patrick A. O'Levy Assistant Associate Editor P. A. O'Levy Managing Editor P. O'Levy Assistant Managing Editor A. O'Levy ja Sports Editor Patrick O'Levy Assistant Business Editor Auspaoious ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

;" P&IH . ; :-.;>*",1 lx«i&6>"«r,*i hkhbi s.i I8p* w ■ran & a mm - ■ • :>W SECTION '■■%:*£-<~4\ v-t' $$!%\, '• ■v • ■' ■ PRICE 1 RUBLE S362 PAGES APRIL 10, 1926 r&J&Q j-: ■ ■'**[: y-~.;■■;;■«*■■■ BULLETIN 19 HOT ifejV T'M llftlfff IMP Ready to s# mm m ■ 1 ; v'. ■ . .-•: —- ■ y ... • J-K" : . „ ■ - w* ^ belt.Jrat K. Kni ■ lif: ' IT" -' •." I M£,< I information ifr wl ta w person that aaved the loU of needless Az- of the men wore a Rice others "had on no pants. bey will be referred to the district """ i who will arrive here next week from Caaebrake. _________ South Hooston, Texas, April 9,1926. —A row of palm tree* are being set out atongtbe railroad track to hide the unsightly ruts made in the road by a large truck that became bogged here last Sunday. The palms were imported from Houston, and are being set out by a-La Parte floral company. The ruts caused by Jthe bag are lying right across the horse-shoe court that was built last spring by Ab Voglei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

p •'v*v' ■■ "'•" '■ "• . 1 * \Wm.- ■ Hy - * ■ > *1 ■ 1 r?.' /:/ GREENWOOD WINS MCE GOlf TITLE & BBSS mamma && THIS Football Jim Greenwood It Junior— Score 173 Jim Greenwood made the best score in the tryout golf tournament held at Hermann Park Monday and Tuesday afternoons. The meet was held for the purpose of picking six men to make up the Rice team to represent the Owls in the conference meet to be held here on May 21 and 22. These six men will make up the team, but only four of them will be able to represent Rice in the confer- ence tournament. For the purpose of choosing these four another match will have to be held later. Greenwood's score for the 36 holes was 173. The other five men and their scores are: Watson, 187. Byrnes, 184. Scott, 189. Hancock, 190. Coach Ashcraft was in charge of the meet. He explains that theae scores Branard, 187. are not the beat that can be expected of the team as the Hermann Park course was not exactly In the beat shape that It might...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

*". •: • • . •• . , ' *§*• 17 leOeteSet Par W« MM- 1llAaA*Aa IUAMA wviurn ivvni - ""■■■■■ April 10.—Dp. J. sit; KV ■ r ip* of the A. A. U, will Mm M timer at the fourth annual Kan- nliys h«t( April 17. Doctor Jjr to director of the Kuui City Athletic Glob. The gnat number of potential record breakers entered for the Kansas games both in special events and relay races has caused the Kaiisas authorities to make all necessary preparations to have any records made recognised. An insurance policy for $5,000, in- suring the Kansas University ath- letic office against rain for the fourth annual Kansas flelays here April 17 has just been written. Should one- tenth of an inch of moisture fall be- tween the hours of 8 a. m. and 1 p. m. on April 17, the Kansas manage- ment will collect. The Kansas Re- lays are a non-profit making enter- prise as receipts are prorated to com- petitors. — MANISCALCO — GAME IMPRESSIONS The Rice team looked wonderful in Its new uniforms of dazzling gray and contra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1926

S3 ■ . y :• - ZiWM a ;..}■- i . r,l$:£W NEW LEADING MAN IN XMA3 PLAYS THE "wild, wild waves" will be of far less importance this season than the bathing costume in which milady appears for her first "dip." For swimming, bathing . . - or just plain "going in," it's the way you're dressed that's going to bring a curtain call, much quicker than any number of fancy strokes. Maybe they've felt it in the air . . . and that wouldn't be so hard with the skies full of warm April showers ... or maybe they've noticed that any number of the swim- ming places are holding their open- ings within the next few weeks; however that may be, the bathing suit department at the W. C. Munn Company presents a revue of the smart new things in bathing costumes that is a distinct pleasure to visitors to the second floor. Along with everything else in the way of clothes, the bathing suit has been through a process of evolution • ■ • and has become the bathing costume, complete with cap, cape or beach coat, bel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1926

-,rr .-,vV. ;OH MJIOKH'T 1 VOL XL RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 16, 1926 NO. 26 WELL, here is the fiuf/erriiore *T Thresher, third in the sequence of the class issues to be wished ujiou the student body at Rice. * .- •* Those in charge of this issue have striven to give Rice a paper with the latest and most up-to-date news obtainable, even* though a different type of make-up wil more or less-give the issue a lopsided aspect. * • « We deem it appropriable to apolo gize for this original form of makeup, especially since it comes upon the heels of the Junior Thresher, which, it must be admitted, was something out of the ordinary. * * ♦ However, in reference to the Jun- ior edition, we must say that the is- sue was a conglomeration of nothing, and meant little to the student body body as a whole. ♦ # In contrast to the Senior edition, which was a very creditable paper, the. Junior Thresher remains ar ques- tion mark, and students are still try- ing to find gome actual'news in it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1926

THE SUFFBEMMUe THM88HBH. HOUSTON, TEXAS THE IN REGARDS COACH HJERTBERG. Rice Institute stands a good chance of losing one ot the greatest STil Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston. Texas Entered as second class matter October 17. 1918. at the nostofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March S. 1 79 Subscription Rates t2 50 per Year. 10c per Copy r_ b Edltor-ln-Chiet BEN BELLOWS Business Donald Barthelme • • • • • • • • • •*fa"as.,n'f Thomas P. Jackson AsslBtunt Manaislnfe Jack Bridgwater Sports fcdltor Sam Bennett Advertising SENIOR THRESHER STAFF. TRAVIS H. CALVIN Editor-in-Chief MOSE SCHWARTZ Busln.M M.naa.r Martha Francis Hill Assoc late Ijdjtor Joe Heyck Ass't Managing Ed tor lionald Flint .... .Sports Editor Jack Griffin Ass't Business Manager Hemlrix Davis Managing Editor CONTBIBUTOKS TO THIS ISSUE: T. B. Stubbs, Margaret lister. Jack Glenn, Bert Hitson. JUNIOR THRESHER STAFF. PATRICK AUSPA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1926

// . : ^■ggjSjiBg THE BUFFERMORE THRE8HRB, HOUSTON, TEXAS mmrnB CVDACEC RHBABC. HUroSB EXPOSES <RM0nj) By Dr. Theo Bald Bunkos My dignity head of the Astronomy class at Rice Insti- tute, and my offi- cial position as acting president of the institution have been mallei ously attacked by the Juniors in their jackass yellow sheet which was, by underhand means, handed out to the students of this great university last week. I have decided to call those re- sponsible for its publication up to my office in the tower of the Chemis- try Buiding in order to make them confess as to their participation and to demand that they apologize. Patrick Auspacious O'Levy, the man whom they say edited their edi- tion, postively did not do so. I know, for did I not take my demountable telescope and spy upon them in the Thresher office? And besides, old Pat himself and I were both gone when this most grievous thing was done. I twined my famous telescope upon the scoundrels, yes, rascals, from no other ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1926

THE SUFFBMiOBB THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS i'), I'll!1"."1.11. ■ maim'to1 a. an m,i iia '"i!,", 11. ^bbw OwlTrack Team Defeated By Baylor Saturday, 62-55 Nosed out of a lead that they had acquired early In the afternoon. Coach Hjertberg's charges were defeated by the final score of 62 to 55 by Baylor at Carroll field Saturday. The ina- bility of the Hlce hurdlers to deliver the goods, Baylor taking the two places in both the hurdling events, ac- counted for the small seven-point de- feat. Cabiness of Rice was high point man along with Walker, Stovall and Young of Baylor. Cabiness took first in both the 220 and the pole vault ac- counting for 10 of the team's points. Walker was first in the one and two- mile races, Young first in the higli and broad jumps, and Stovall first in the 120 high and 220 low hurdles. The track team showed exception- ally well in this closely contested meet and when the hurdlers reach their form the outlook for Rice's fu- ture encounters are of the brightest hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1926

10U8TQN, TEXAS - 5 ■:! May Fete Officials Deep In Plans For Colorful Event Plana tor the annual May Fete are progressing rapidly. Maids and Duchesses are as deep in plans as the members of the Woman's Council, who puts on the Fete. The Duchesses and Maids were elect- ed at a meeting April 2. They are: Senior Duchess, Marjorie IUrey, and her maids, Catherine Jansen, Mary Catherine Wright, Corinne Clark and Flora Streetman; Junior Duchess, Su- Bie Fondren; her maids, Celeste Jones, Mary Louise Britton, Hortense Pye and Etheldra Fraley; Sophomore Duchess, Dorothy Barnes; her maids, Katherine Fondren, Matilda Hood. Mildred Stowe and Marjorie Lockman; Freshman Duchess, Mary Elizabeth Withers; her maids, Mary Stanford Campbell. Sarah Arrants, Anita Stew- art and Elisabeth Masterson. The King and Dukes from each class have been chosen by the council, but as yet their appointments have not been made public. The Fete will be held in the same place that it was last year on the afternoon of Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1926

UNITY SOUGHT BY TOWN STUDENTS Select Men lor Elections Tlie first step toward the realization of a great hope of many Rice students was taken by the town students Thurs- day. At a large mass meeting prin- ciples were adopted which will tend to mold the city studes into a more solid and coherent body. Short announcements were made which were clothed with the ideas of greater interest in student activities by those of the city. Repeated refer- ence wore made to more co-operation between studentB of the residential hails and those who live In the metro- politan area. The dormitory spirit which prevailed was the desire for a bigger and better student body to be created by increased interest, more intense activities, greater co-operation and ;i resultingly more unified whole. it is understood by every informed student that "to know involves partici- pation." Students residing on the campus are inevitably better informed, potentially stronger and better pre- pared to contribute to student...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1926

CLASS OF '29 'THE: THRESHER: SLIME EDITION 18 VOLUME XI KICK INSTITUTE. HOUSTON. TKXAS, AI'HIL 23, 1926 NUMBER 27 SLIME DANCE ON PROBATION The Boomerang] Freshmen Give PUIKNOS and Follow Strident*} W«* | /\VY) *•% A Yt 4* C (im I n.t V U 111 111 C 11 Id Ull Election Races ENGINEERING SHOW OPENS TODAY <•< t<!«* ri)y i' rt.oj'tlis and not tu jHi|i3<S thorn I * > B|i tBt « * 1 pi Our itlasf-, tin:1 cli.-s m '-S- >.()*■;; isn for the tiv I I iui«" iQr ■ \ tl Ion*; months iui l>a vk} reniitinefl alien!. in Hit Jrtfi. anil sadly s111>i>!>.-.i-• (I hy the Sophs. ns„v<M) month- '.u hav- aEwij- iin lutnd to <J«:> your hidillpK to; curry out > our wMier, to submit t-i; jour sliRh whim- VV« have made; up yo'ni beds, your loams, m (••tHi'Hl ymr "bull pens' arid InOe been} naidg'iht: of tlio Institute. In I your ''pinion w,- rauk far !'>'•* • r limn "Cop." ; hoi -J' vna months you haw we'll impressed on our taind* Hint we wove never to .have. a 'thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1926

THE THRESHER :: H 0 U S T ON, T E X A S fHE A w (■k'y r<<v | • ! ! I i y *iut '-tiHU-fiH Hit.'" j IT. r.Mfs tit the; i x Hm *,t Mnwh 2; IsTi' Tmi Subscription Rates T BEN a«;l STU SI'S BEwLOV/S. WtoppEt ! vVHY NOT A | SWIMMING POOL?? Since all of us want something or other, why not want the same | thing and make a concerted plea for a school swimming pool? Why not an open air pool? If the truth were told most of us {prefer as class, an imitation to the ole swimmin' hole as possible, rather than a hot-house tiled oversize bathtub. A heated pool is not absolutely necessary. The climate of Houston, while wet, is not extremely cold during the months of winter weather and there •: are only two or three of these at the most. I . c,^.; the pool did freeze over those hardy souls who dash about i he campus on cold days in shirt sleeves would be afforded an op- • port unity to lower the temperature of their fiery natures. A swimming team would not he an impossibility; who knows but what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1926

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS BUNKUS WRITES OF SLIME DAYS: By I)r. Theo Raid Blinkus I MAKES PLANS FOR ARCTIC TRIP * f Conference Ball Season | Gets Underway Despite Bad Weather Conditions clotting games through last Tuesday: I® club 1* W L I'-' • §} CAT T: C IT 5 5 0 l.OUtt ! j| tAI A. & M. -j 1 1 .r.ict a Texas 2 1 ! r.m> It ■ 1-W :,ij . Hnvior .. ;!{!,(■« Is. ma u. ! Arkanms; PSH u BENNETT'S ,3 ! . -i .$ 0 '8 .1 « 1 ,«JU0 * | " '■ 'It F I'Hj'iMil !h • ■ t pain by having a imin|*-r of otHor frfrslunen hit me on the hj< k fit iviy lay with rnelr belts in a Knni" I naun'il Hot-hand. i -ira arti<? expedition. By tflml to aot - lit" imbttfuiuarti frcituu-u moans of ro> Uln j ek;huv< iwlvvl the l>on flf •:>( scope I observed j tiiy inventive f-eiitu*. r; a Ui p U * activities; id my other uud< inr.s. I -u!1 ■k ol'luinni in 1 rvy An in trip. \Ij - plane, 'Molly. «ill in propelled ; nio'ort n-iii-j not bins bur r< -.-•! mi 1 h.ac hiuiiaged to < v Mre n g-l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1926

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS COLD FEET SECOND INSTALLMENT SYNOPSIS: ;i m.-ui >n' v>is> ii.ia ; diwJrc" fi r Gi rttlihm" Ci *;••• Mils'.,, v-l u myi.ii'J! Vpvt . f* :t lilmui 01 tittfM timwn|jru,"I)l<'. Sha, fuKt* Umuk (bni - { •.! i>-, iiwi • tin r ««> iva in full fewiUK. Hurr pp,,. pt-s'-d h i ■ &, -To Apiimrtile. m.iy fwr u-fbt- i:i- cr.nis.;!" ;j*' I Hi« wt will lauve iin- tui;,is> att-it pr. ■ iiyI (utilii), r.'W ^nnsnt^.j «tij.>jiiiii thcnwcNu. ill T!',' if Jury l«n't off whr-n uViirk' ami' ' wNil««wim . w tasUlfyiiwl w >. awl It , >i. 'yji' t< rn jo thi midst X •' i«Ho* Hur#e.. 'ml .font - ,T1> kiltM li- ;nt th '. "'Wx* ,lil* 1!"t thu (It uji stuip - : ... ,• . , , _ '' «m-- (Hrni'tntf, imt v. 'u«." •! f'<1 on n ;,||,| n-utifil iiiiUl.-.iml III in iln> opposite ,[j., snph..)i!iori'Kivf.titMin clash in - 1 ' i 'i"'* 1 " ! " ' ' "" " ,li,"'k tr:,nl.-i the -taiiinu ,.r the Jfc> lwuu r.! J ■ ■ I «i«; Vt piMop'M.ny in all hi* v 'i*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1926

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXsAS I s r , I I" i nil Owls Bow To Longhorns In Track Meet Saturday The Hfca Track Team was defeated by tlu> Texas 1'iifvet-Hity track s<iUiiil here Suturduy afternoon in u hurd- f might contest, Had tt not betm fur the losses of first and second places In thp two hurdle events and the Broad jump, the Owls would have come out with the big end of the score. Hut, due to these losses, the I„ot)B;horn« took the meet, (is to -IV. Every dash and distance run was featured by hair-breadth finishes, and kept the spectators constantly on feet. . I m A LETTER Dear Chel:- wv Uurni men know hat Spanish athletics are the leadlutt j indoor sport- after the evening meal. : but why encourage 'U* by - a constant j tare of that detestable, insidious, tla- : prayed, hideous Spanish omelette? Or i if needsi he, why not. alter I ho appcar- mmm • aiK*e and improve the flavor by gar- | itiahing the pinto with arsenic and (Joodrich of It ice took first in the j covering the in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1926

THE THRESHER HOUST ON, T EX AS ■aSBSBSSS! I'. A. L. S.t DANCE EXTRA. By Slime Hum™. SPRING BASKET BALL PRACTICE AT Humorous ; iTcf-Q 7 i ■ cupiii'v arrow strut 1> imr most (Jis- J . ingulxhi-d iinl i'mml-Hitine prof, St nm- !-,;etuiMr, lor I saw him holding that j p;'v U}r little, brown-eyed Mary I ions lialwhTi in 1th iii ms fur many dunces." ll - later wnni.ii her with a most uUni"- ins; wt siaui intent al 80io., One pi his fair admirera wys liaard tps tsrty Hi it hv" 4'Wild v-asily. outclass Join, K'i>(0n vh<-u (t i u«k' to misklite IIS ! RICE SETS CONFERENCE PRECEDENT Uici. is setting a precedent to otlurttho call, mast uf wlimn were on tile schools In the conference in view of the sarins pra«tW in husked ball. The experiment !•« n *w in this pntd a nil i-bache* arc watching for the ti- • fee i.e. The S'lu'ml prarttces three times a w fk in the "gym" umlai ih>* rtir«< • tio:i of roach Ashmii't. who la work- sijiiail the past seaion. Only one regu- lar will ho hist...

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