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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1926

- 'M THE THRESHER ;; HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 3 BAYLOR, SOUTHERN METHODIST, AMD AGGIES' DOWNFALL FEATURE RACE IN SOUTHWESTERN LOOP THIS SEASON The rise of Baylor to tho role of championship contender, the unde- feated recodd of Southern Methodist and the fall of the Texas Aggies. 192S champions, are outstanding features to date of the 1926 Southwestern con- ference season. Morley Jennings, serving his first season at the helm of Baylor football, has brought his Bear grldsters from depths into which the Waco Institu- tion plunged last year into the ever- shining spotlight accorded a winning combination. A coach in action in a conference strange to him, Jennings is doing great things with the Baylor ma- chine. The onward rush of the S. M. U. has been spectacular. Enemy after enemy has been disposed of; game after game has disclosed the fact that Coach Morrison has as consistent a football team as can be found anywhere in the country. Playing four hard games in a row, uud never showing any ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1926

// F*«> 4 MMDS DINES, FIGHTS, AND By Dr. Theo Bald Blinkui CURSES IN MESSHALL MELEE cause I bad taken bis seat. I told him to go to hell and went on eating, and he got moat offended. He wan talking to me offensively, and while I was trying to convince him that he was an ass, a pitcher of water thrown by Russel Feathers, hit me on the head and ran down my back, so that 1 was forced to eat a piece of pie which I had been holding prepara tory to throwing at John. It was too much. I could stand it no longer. My dignity was offended, so 1 got up. threw a platter of spuds at McConnell, and ducked luckily out of the room. No doubt, though, I In- tend to bust those vile Seniors in jny many courses. It * * * * * * X-CHANGES * * * * * * The other after- noon I was dossing In my office in the Chem Tower. My hat had unavoida- bly slipped over my eyes so that I did not see "Maymee" Ingram in time to get up and leave. In other words, he slipped up on me, and before I knew it, he was trying to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1926

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 5 SOPHOMORES PU* FOR ANNUAL BALL BETWEEN TERMS; COLLECT DUES The Sophomores plan to hold their annual ball between terms, the exact date, to be announced later, accord- ing to Elisabeth Masterson, vice pres- ident of the class. The ball this year will come about the same time as the Scullions' an- nual affairs of previous years. Due to the too convivial nature of these gatherings in the past, Dean Cald- well has refused to give permission for the Scullions' Ball this year. The Sophs will make an effort to bolster their rather weak finances by the collection of dues In the Sally- port, beginning next week. R With The Writers THE PRINCE TO SLEEPING BEAUTY. Here, at last, 1 find you sleeping Where the morning sunlight falls— Woodbine—sifted sunlight lying Pale upon these ancient walls. While a century was passing Thus, unmoving, have you lain, Knowing neither joy nor sorrow, Neither sun nor wind nor rain. Yet will you be unaltered When at my touch yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1926

THE THHESHEB i: HOUSTON, TEXAS OWLS-AGGIES MEET IN ANNUAL CLASH (Continued From Page One.) first downs on Southern Methodist three weeks ago, only to lose by a few points. Coach Bible has never yet failed to give the Farmer institution a strong representative. His club, which last year won the Southwestern conference championship, is this year just as strong as it was when it reached the pinnacle of success. Aggies Have Strength (it(nit line plungers, fust open field! runners, excellent passers and receiv- ers, the Maroon and White hack field; playei., rival in strength those of S. At. U.. now leaders of the conference. And to support tiiis great back field, llible has assembled one of his .strongest .1 iltn-j. which is composed of men of ] experience from tackle to tackle | Just as is the Aggie outfit possessed j of strength i)ti offense, so it is on tie- fense. A veritable stone wall awaits| the onward rushes of the Owl backsj us they hit the stalw.;n line of the enemy. In past ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1926 NUMBER 9 . } ONCE each your alumni gather to- gether (or a day to discuss Rice of the past, present, and future. For them it is a day of days. Friendships are renewed; memories of their undergrad- uate days are revived; sacred path- ways are once again trod on; and Rice, their Alma Mater, offers them a true Blue and Gray hospitality. * * It is fitting that one day each year be set aside as Homecoming Day. It is the only time in which Rice of the past and Rice of the present can min- gle with each other. Some day Rice of the present will be known as Rice of the past; and then the two groups that mix today wiH.be known a Alum- ni, all. * * Today there will be several hundred alumni on the campus. They come from many states of the Union; they come because the Spirit of Rice in them never dies; they come because Rice, their Rice and our Rice, is their Alma Mater. • * # Rice alumni, we welcome you. And may you enjoy your visit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

Page 2 THE THLESHEB HOUSTON, TEXAb A WnUr Paper PuklUhwJ by the Student* of We* Iwrtitat*. Entered aa second clow) m«tter October 17. 1916, at the portoffiee Iti Hou ton, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1878. Subscription Rat** $2.50 per Year. 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GORDON TURKENTINE U- Edltor-ln-ehltf SAM BENNETT - Bu.ln**a Manager J. C. McNEILL Managing Editor 111 - 1 1 THE STAFF T. O. WOOD ......New* Editor MENTON J. MURRAY A* l tant New* Editor H. S. McCONNELL i Sport* Editor W. TOM BARK WALTER McKINNON VAUGHN ALBERT80N Feature* Editor JACK BRIDGEWATER ~ ......Editorial A**i*tam MARGIE THIEL - - Society Editor REPORTERS Annie Oma Jacobs . . _ Kathryn Wli on Beverly Fonville ne Spence Aiiira Gu.m.n <"h«rr> Schwartz rlT. 'un. iVm/r Edwin P. Neilan Dougla* Scott £hnrUn* Jj,Iller Mildred PortiH P. A. Roney Grace Felder Elda nifderirh Filide O'Brien Wendell Hamrick Guy Webb Dr. Theo Bald BlInkiM THE ALUMNI AND THE ENDOWMENT FUND Once a year Rice Insti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

THE THBESHE8 HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 3 The Board of Trustees of Autry Mouse accepted and referred to the finance committee the report made by the Rev. P. M. Osborne and Mrs. Blake, Sunday afternoon, November 14. with reference to the need for a considerable amount of money for im- mediate repair and renewal of equip- ment. Some changes are also to be made in the interior arrangement of the building. All of these things look toward the Improvement of the work as it is now carried on. The board also took under advise- ment certain recommendations made by the rector with reference to the further development and enlargement of the work. This does not mean that the work will get away from the foundation and basis already laid. On the contrary, a new line of develop- ment must be started to meet the in- creasing demands made on Autry House. These demands are made na- tural by the growth and progress of lilce and Its student body. Tlie present plan Is overtaxed and the scope must be enlarged t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

En* 4 J^E^TH^BS^BB^^^^^HOUSTOyN^TEXAS mmrn 8©x Thanksgiving Day the football sea- son ends with 8. M. U. crowned champ* Ions of the Southwestern Conference. Never has there been such a gallant array of stars on one squad before in the history of football in Texas. Led by Gerald Mann, star quarterback, Captain Wade. Hume, Cortemeglia, Duwson, Key, and others, the Ponies have well accredited themselves on the gridiron. Their play has been nothing short of sensational. To date the Mustangs have not lost a game on her schedule. • • We commend them on their splen- did record. Their power was dis- played when they defeated the Baylor Bears 31 to 3. They end the season in their own stadium Thanksgiving. entertaining T. C V. as their opponent. • * Probably the largest, crowd in the Southwest will witness, in the Texas Memorial Stadium Thanksgiving, the annual Texas-A. and M. football clas- sic. If the Aggies have the power and drive as evidenced in their clash with ilice, the Blbiemen are t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

THE THRESHER ;t HOUSTON—TJSXA5 S : ill a II m mr II fti ■ill ■m 11 uMum W cum EM tt'lwll iTO WJElBGREY Thanksgiving afternoon, when the pistol shot sounds the close of the Baylor game, seven men will leave the field, having defended the Blue and Grey on the gridiron for their last time. These worthy men are Captain "Heavy" Underwood, "Grandpa" Wood. Walter Joseph, Wilbur Crain, Paul Hochuli, Albert Sauer and El- bert Meyers. Underwood is rated as the greatest all around player at Rice and one of the greatest in the conference. He lies been mentioned on all-conference se- lections for two years and has practic- ally cinched a pla-ce again this year. Heavy is noted for his ability, to play any position on the team. Wood and Houchull are a pair of backs which are noted in Houston. To mention one of their names re- calls the other instantly. Wood Is most famous for his passing ability and Hochuli for his running. Both men have not shown their true power at Rice due to injuries received ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

<* 4 & 1 H K THfc £ S H K ft i M H O r; X T O K, T EX A ttllW HR$1 *-<*,. *>4. M f Saturday Nile WEDNESDAY DANCES; AND SOPHS SPONSOR] ^ |4y if# lip THRESHER REPORTERS DIG UP PAST , ' J$ ♦ , h f * * *4 * #t "Them W« the Good Ok D*yi" HISTORY OF RICE; MAKE DISCOVERIES Sj# . « V ' : fAfifry . J t-feSE r!'>. «§|, .{-SMIM. .■■*>■ 'f . / lli Wf •p^ppi ":.#f t'^f iA'I^T 'b'ftf&ll*1 ; 1 , fc -• •'. * . - • ff <-"M In mam J®sp 7** W>*p r. . 'SiiSJ.'■ ♦„.),,,( .,, • |gy< H )j, idl$1 ■' ,fW Iff - V$>f 4' v, ,• I , . Pji • iH ! ' 7<, , *1 ♦WMfti t$m? tti m r> w# • < $ <%!$' j ^'^"i ,• ; -j) mgam httj-'miiif tiQftmrKvf?. I $%-,:■ r.*<* &*yi &(•■ r-rS'«i 'Ufa ! ,«/«4 tl?r;. iMm r*Afife M tt> mrr.r,- : #)*«;. rtji' ' ■> r-iU > ■■!'; ff.<-' •; ; Hi fafytijUm mbiti tor#* s%m ' kM ■ wn jlSf:* JftW *aj a OM* CHr,:fi.. i':fcia a sw < if v, a-is-w ;w?*rai- «is*#*ww5« ie- kfe mw i^iw. J^ttg rufit1 nsm.--.tut Xt Mr MeCw:* vxrnmt 'in*...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS K* IN THE COLLEGIATE WORLD HARVARD COMIC IS BLAMED FOR BREAK IN BIG THREE LOOP Princeton. N. J.—(By Now Student Service.)—Thrusts at Princeton in comic magazines have caused a break in the long-standing football relations between the two universities. An old controversy was brought to a head with the Lampoon's Princeton game number of November ti. just before the yearly game, and the after-game bur- lesque of the Crimson, also published by the Lampoon, announcing that Coach Roper "held his breath too long" when interviewed in his dress- ing room. This "Harvard-Princeton feud" is based on Harvard's plan to drop Princeton from its football schedule, thus disrupting the Big Three of Har- vard. Princeton and Tale. "It is customary," began the Lam- poon's game number editorial, "at times of athletic invasion such as this, to extend the editorial glad hand to the visitors, with honeyed words con- cerning 'friendship's bond,' 'sports for sport's sake,' 'may t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

Page 10 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS RICE CO-EDS CAUSES NEAR RIOT AT # * * * * Cadets Run Wild A* Girls Stay Far Visit * AGGIELAND AFTER OWL-AGGIE GAME By A CO ED. A. and M. students threatened to repeat the Baylor mob scene Satur- day afternoon following the Owl A^- S(e clash when a young Itice co-ed etilted out sweetly. "Show your too- ties" to a big he-brute of a cadet during their visit. Campus wrecks are practically unknown, though there is one there that out-wrecks anything that Rice ever owned. They call her "Iiatinka" now-ask the Fish who owns her. "Baby Face" was the sensation of captain who was a distinguished K. crowd. With a coy smile aud a V. at that. They poured out of tlie' lusty voice she showed the boys wlmt dormitories like the thundering herd*1'1 to°k to keep itice Fight kicking, and lined .Military Walk to the evident i When she left, Mr. Magill went home thrillinu of the unruffed co-ed and the twenty-eight Fish write ureal embarrassment of tl.e muchly1 scorching ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Writers LOVE'S ETERNAL TALE. Unquestionably, It was a romantic affair—an adventure possessed of a spiritual beauty that distinguished It from the ordinary things of the world about. Young X. was fascinated the moment he saw her; he was present at what he characterized as a "rotten dance," and his gaze was wandering listlessly over the floor when it was suddenly caught by one of the fem- inine dancers. He gazed fixedly, ador- ing the unknown goddess; she seemed to personify his ideals. He spoke of it to his companion. "Boy, look at that girl," he mur- mured. "The one in the green dress, Ain't she built?" "Like a brick house," his friend agreed. "You know her, don't you? That's Mary L. She's a keen girl." "That so?" asked X., eagerly. "Say introduce me to her, will you?" Yes, undoubtedly, it was a case of love at first sight. The friend was agreeable, and a moment later X. found himself be- fore her. Without realizing it, he pre- sented a pleasing appearanc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 November 1926

Page 12 THE THKESBER HOUSTON. TEXAS A benefit card party will be given; by the P. A. L. S. alumnae at the! University Club, November 27. • • • : j Tbe O. W. L. 8.-entertained with an j alumuae breakfast at the Houston, Club, thin morning, at 8 o'clock. Missj Adelin White was in charge. * * * i The Spanish bonu> of Mrs. E, G.' Maclay afforded a beautiful Betting for; the tea given by the active members of I' A. L; S. for their pledges and: those of the other literary societies of the institute. The autumnal theme was carried nut: in the reception hall; with tlif lavender chrysanthemums: ' in the iivinit room and (lining room With cosmos and chrysa'nt honiunis of yellow, lavender, brown and other autumn flmvi rs. The president of inch club: Miss, Kimball. Miss Kondren and Miss Smith, received the guests. Helping entertain and serve were Misses Anita Stewart. Dorothy Lloetteber, Matilda llood. Anne Hivek, Rosalie O'lirieu, and Sarah n Arrants, V 9 V . | !•:. B I.. S- entertained at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 December 1926

VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 3, 1926 NUMBER 10 I p Rice tbpics r, UIE combined action of the dance committee of the Student Associa- tion and the house committee of the Autry Mouse In instituting a system of bids1 for the Saturday night dances as the result of much agitation on the?i mwwmmm > ___ a _ ___ part of Uice students. The charge all, H A VFN APPkARN ||N too frequently has been made that : * lit! t%1 1 UflilJ Vli the dances are too much of a public; nature, rather than a representative j Rice affair. j West Hall Plays Town Today In Second Battle of Grid Series; Game Starts at 3 P. M. campus thursday; superior to first With attendance restricted to stu- dents and approved visitors, bad con- duct undoubtedly caused by town un- desirables who have distorted concep- tions of the term "collegiate," will be a thing of the past. The dances will be truly Rice affairs to which any Son of Rice may bring his girl friend without shame. * * « It is the purpose o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 December 1926

Page 2 THE THIiESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A Weekly Paper Published by the StudenU a( Ri !n«titul . Entered as second class matter October 17, 1SU6. at the tnietoffiee iti Houston, U'WH. under the Act of March S. 1S79. Subscription Kates t£.W fer Year 1>V iwr Cot y, MKM11EK HOISTON I HAMRKH OF COMMERCE CORDON Tt RRKSTINK SAM BENNETT j. c. McNeill ."M. &§ fjj Edltor-Jn-chtof ... Business Manager Managing Editor THV STAFF T. <). WOOI). MENTON J. MI KKAV H. S. McCOKNELL W.TOM BARK VAIT.HN AI.BERTSOX JACK BKlnCEWATHK MARGIE TH1KI. Annie Oma Jacobs Kathryn Wilson Al/ira (JuHman Edwin P. Noilon Mildred Port is Elda !>iederich I.uy Webb New. Editor AssiaUnt ttewit Editor I Sports Editor WALTER McKINNON .... Feature# Editor Editorial Assistant Society Editor BIDS TO BE ISSUED FOB SATURDAY DANCES (Continued from Page 1.) mor Club and the Junior class, attend- ed the session. Madden and Boone were present as disinterested parties. The system of bids will be fully ex- plained at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 December 1926

A. THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 3 —.— The entertainment program u*g de- veloped by W. E. Daniels and Brian j Holden, and consisted of a banjo sow ;| by Ed Austin, a series of dancing lections by the pupils of Mrs. Oelsen* danner, and u talk by Mr. Humphrey. The sensation of the evening cams with the entrance of Slime Talbert and "Miss" Van Zant, who topped her escort by inches. I ■uiCONQUEItEDl STIRRING BATTLE (Continued from Page I.) the ball dow« the field to South's 16- yard marker, a fumble lost the pig- akin. On the next play a wild pass from center was recovered by Peck- ham of West behind the Reds' goal line for the first touchdown of the counter. Killough's attempt at extra point was blocked. After no less than half a dozen attempts to give South Hall a safety and avert impending tragedy in the fourth quarter, West Hall punted from behind her goal line. The ball fell short, South getting the oval on the Rats' 12-yard marker. Two line *buekB advanced the ball six yards, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 December 1926

*3> Page 4 .* Society •. Interest already marks the approach of the holiday season with the an- nouncement of numerous teas, bridges and dances to take place during the Xmas holidays. Homecoming brought the Rice alumni and with ttoem many social af- fairs for the week. The annual Thanksgiving breakfast for the present members and alumni of E. B. L. 8. was held at the War- wick. Miss Susie Fondren. president, introduced the speakers on the pro- The Sandwich Shops "BROOKS SYSTEM" ORIGINATORS OF THE TOASTED SANDWICH 907 RUSK-^414 MAIN jH OPEN ALL NIGHT IP ^ ^ 902 TEXAS *** •> j« -** -i* > ^ <♦ «■> j« <♦ •> ♦> ♦> ►> ^ ♦> ^ ;♦ <$ ❖ > J* ❖ •> ♦> *J« <* ❖ ❖ *J* > ❖ ❖ ❖ •!* ♦♦♦ CHRISTMAS SPECIALS j MANHATTAN SHIRTS of tjtf-m. Broiulclptta, rimdrns ami novelty weaves, $3.50 t $s ❖ * * ❖ -> * * * Ilor SK ROUES M.Tt.tu-? in a variety of 4 ft }'!1 tt-t'Piit!. Klnnkrl Hob<f-*t to $I t.H." Silk Rubes fcn.SS to S.'O.OO gram: Miss Sarah Lane,...

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