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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 January 1927

THE T.HRESH.EB HOUSTON, TEXAS JPageJl er at- id- he be ua ch ip- y" ar, nd ief BW ra- hi! ?n- ng vy ler ce he he rd as BW Iy p- ve ?st iy ng or- nd in d, c- DX- ra, ahwnbabskto ^■firsrm (Continued from Page 1) explaining the lack of biographical in- formation about Shakespeare by the fact that no one would consider any one intimately associated vlth play writing and acting of sufficient impor- tance to warrant a record of their lives. Shakespeare's impersonal writ- ing renders the task of supplementing this lack of Information by drawing on such facts as might be revealed in his works equally as difficult, he pointed out. Dr. Axson dwelt for a few minutes on the lack of Shakespearean manu- scripts, and the fact that only a few signatures constitute the specimens ot his writing that have come down to the present generation. Concerning charges that some one else may have written these plays, the same objection would apply to any other man, for the plays do not exist in anybody's handw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 January 1927

Page 6 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS CAMPUS TRAFFIC REGULAR YET # * * # * "Pa" Perkins Is Superseded In Office RULES IN AUTOMOTIVE ETIQUETTE HOME-ISSUE IS DECIDED BY STUDE BY SLIME EPIGLOTTIS All ye worthy exponents of 4's and • lie of good cheer. Jt will soon be .Sme for you to take another strong- loUer'^und 'its' writer for Way back In the palmy days. If there be such in a school as young as ours, they, that is the officials, saw fit to impose on us the august Mr, Per- liitis in the capacity of traffic cop. Mr. Perkins, known to a few hope-, lulis us ■•l'a", was by turns policeman, traffic cop, employee of the institute, peanul vender, truck driver, big boss ' straw boss, and general flunky, just' ,. as tifst as he, could change his badge. J Tliih year our beloved defender of tljr law lias been lifted out of this veritable pig pen of duties and an- other lias been given the job of cher- ishing our vehicles. In time we, shall no doubt come to love this lieutenant, ol justice but we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1927

VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 21, 1927 NUMBER 15 3 DUAL PERSONALITY OF SHAKESPEARE! CLUB PROBATIONERS TO GET EXPERIENCE IN SERIES OF PLAYS I The principal topic of discussion at the meeting of the Dramatic Club Tuesday night, January 18, wan the bill of short one-act plays to be pre sented by the probationers of the club about the first of March. The purpose of these plays will be to give the probationers experience —~ , , , i and to determine what they can do. In the second of his series of s.xj They win |}f; (lfrected u Huth njack. Shakespearean lectures Sunday, Doc-; we„ ^ Cmfm a|1|J J)t)mUa Mul._ tor Stockton Axson portrayed William Rfl whQ wm als() M, the , Shakespeare as a versatile English Professor Talks to a Full House on Sunday man of j unusual personality. According to Dr. j Axson, Shakespeare was artist, poet; and dreamer but a practical, ambi-| tious business man, as well. He was I a keen observer of human nature,' showing accuracy in portraying mad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS jPHWPCTCTM A Weekly Paper Published by the Student* of Bin Institute During the Month* of October, November. December, January, February. March, April, May, and the Last Two Week* In September. Entered as second class matter October 17, l$16, at the postoffice in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 187#. i i Subscription Rates $2.f>0 per Year, 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GORDON TURRENTINE T. O. WOOD THE STAFF , ■jjr-.'y) J-.- llJ.-J . I-,.,.},! I ■ ' ' ' MENTON J. MURRAY EDWIN P. NEILAN ... W. TOM BARK WALTER McKlNNON VAUGHN ALBERTSON MARGIE THIEL .. .. Annie Oma Jacobs Kathryn Wilson Alzira Gunman Mildred Portia Elda Diederich Guy Webb REPORTERS Beverly Fonville 4*1' Cherry Schwartz Douirlas Scott P. A. Roney Felide O'Brien Dr. Theo Bald Blinkus lone Spence < Madelin Jacohe Charline Laliier Grace Felder Wendell Haiuriek BLINKOSpBS SNOBBERY AND By Dr. r&«« Bald Blinktu SUPERIOR AIRS OF RICE CAMPUS m INTERCOLL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1927

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS SENIORS; MOT SOPHOMORES Juniors and Sophomores Moot nday; Senior-Slime Affray Tliesday Standings. Team#— Won Lo«t Pet. 8llm# 2 0 1000 Junior* 1 1 800 8enlori 1 1 500 Soph* 0 2 000 Monday evening at the Field House, the strong Junior Intramural Cage team was defeated by "the fighting Slimes" in a hotly contested game by the smallest score ever recorded in intramural cage affairs at Rice, 8 to 6. The victory by the freshmen was somewhat of an upset. Outplayed and outgeneraled, the Juniors attempt at victory fell short by two points. Lack of ability at goal shooting kept the victory from being more decisive. Ex- cellent guarding by both teams led to much roughness and at times the game resembled a free-for-all. At the end of the first half the score stood 4 to 3 in favor of the Juniors. The Freshmen came back strong in the second half with two beautiful middle distance shots by Carroll and Stein and a foul shot by Jones, enough to assure the first year me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1927

Page 4 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS SPRING FOOTBALL TO | GET UNDER WAY SOON; COACH CALLS FOR MEN football training will get, under way formally immediately after the February exams have ..been com- pleted, and will last eight weeks. Every man who Is not engaged in Home other branch of sport unci who expects to be a varsity candidate next year must take part in this training which will consist of light workouts at first. Possible candidates are urged to see Couch llelsttian at the earliest pos- sible lime as light track training is available at present under the tute- lage t;f t'naeii 11 jertherg. Mr. Hjert- berg will have a major role in the sprius Irainilng this year, as 11els- ntutl hopes to develop some speed in the -quad that will cope with the flashy material that, the other eon- fei'tfm.'f.' sqtiads boast. Hiiilv idiysieal training will start the eight weeks period and the amount, of workout Will be increased as the training period nears the end. The loss of six candidates a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1927

VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 28, 1927 NUMBER 16 3 CH. WALKER LEAVES INSTITUTE SUNDAY FOR VANDERBILT LEAVES FOR VANDERBILT HISTORY PROFESSOR TO ASSUME DUTIES AT NASHVILLE Dr. Curtis Howe Walker, laeitimr in Kupopean history at. Rice since the fall of 191!), leaves Sunday fur Nash- ville, 'lViin., when* ho Will take tip his duties as professor of history and director of Orientation courses in Van dcrbilt University, Mr, Austen Mardou, as visiting lee turer, will fill Dr. Walker's position ul Rlee for Hie second half of the year. History 220 will he divided into two seetions whieh, along with History 421), will give Mr. Mardon three classo.-. Mr. Vernon Mcltougal, vfho received his B. A. degree from Riee last year w ith distinction, and who is an experi- enced teacher, will have charge of His- tory loo, which likewise will hie di- vided into two sections. Mr. Mat don will arrive February 4 and History 220 and 420 classes will he resumed February IS. Mr, Mardon is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1927

Page 2 THE THKJiSHEii HOUSTON, IEXAS THE A Weekly Paper Published b.v the Student* of Rice Institute During the Months of October. November, December, January, February, March, April, May. and the Last Two Weeks in September. Entered as second class matter October 17. 1916, at the pos toff ice in Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Kates 12.50 per Year, J0c per Copy, MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GORDON' TLRRENTINE SAM BENNETT J. C. McNElLL a Editor-in-chief Business Manager- Managing Editor T. O, WOOD - THE STAFF MENTON J. MURRAY EDWIN P. NEIL AN W, TOM BAKU VAUGHN ALBERTSON JACK BRIDGE WATER ' News Editor - Sports Editor WA1.TEH McKINNON ■ Features Editor MARGIE TII1EL An trie Oma Jacobs Kathrvn Wilson Aizira Gunman Mildred Port is Elda Diedcrich Guy Webb .. Society Editor REPORTERS Beverly Fonville lone Spence Cherry Schwartz Madelln Jacobe Douglas Scott Charline Lallier P. A. Roney Grace Folder Felide O'Brien Wendell Hamrick Dr. Theo Bald Blinkus PR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1927

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS PIE-LAWS AT to Have Pictures Made Today The Pre-Law Society will have a group picture made for the Campanile in tuxedos today (Friday) at 6 o'clock at the Keystone 8tuilio. This decision was reached at the meeting of the society Tuesday. Stanley Flukinger made a short talk on Judge Hamilton's charge to the jury in the recent Norris murder trial. President Franklin gave a short ad- dress on "The American Lawyer in London Courts," in which he brought out the tact that there are two kindH of lawyers in England—the solicitors who secure clients and prepare the briers, and the barristers, whose duty it is to present and debate the case in court. The program was concluded with a paper presented by Vaughn Albertson on the "Teaching of Law in Oxford University," in which a contrast was made to the American law schools. In Oxford the case system is used very little, every student has a tutor and there are practically no recitations. SPORT STORY TRIALS BEING HEL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1927

Page 4 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Axton Lectures (Continued from Page One.) J >r of his i)lu,v8 known, the course of Sh. Ui >|.c!ireV lite can not be traced in them. "The Taming of the Shrew," his most screamingly successful com- ' i'dy, was finished during the illnesc and death of Shakespeare's son. We can easily see that the Chitde Harold was Byron, but Shakespeare was not Hamlet. Shakespeare's love for romitnte and comedy begot his lighter plays: his patriotism and love for England begot his histories. Shakespeare's tragedies reveal tin- paradox of an ordered mlud set tut, ioi tli disorder and chaos, KjicIi Siiakes|,e:' reatl tntiedy is an earth- 'jiiake. a horrible upt'eudini;. but a res- toration t,o pt ufce and <tnii<rliness i enje-s ion )i at the end. , Bllakejpea'l'e was >im:- vyu!hi-- and he was not ;> di-moi-rut. In iiioroiUly peiiiied out that lirt'.uard Shaw Willi t'orined tie hnbii of leuV- i«S tlie h.alns from aboai roved men of. the i - I. for he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1927

VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 18, 1927 NUMBER 17 BIG YEAR FORECAST FOR RELAYS 9fi ^ DR. AXSON ENDS j* I* 1 * * * * 11^ * ' . ' * IS '* * _' * * ~ _! ANNUAL GAMES SET SERIES OF TALKS QWTQ END CAGE SEASON MARCH 26: ENTRY ON SHAKESPEARE ^ v v ^ V^-n.VJ±-/ uunuwi > | UST ,s PR0MISING Dr. Stockton Axson terminat- ed his series of six lectures at j South End Auditorium last Sun- j day with a discussion of Shakes- j peare's major tragedies, dealing j particularly with ho mo of the most im- portant chi ra< terH of those plays. j Next Sunday afternoon Dr. John i Willis Slaughter, I h. IX lecturer in [ civics and philanthropy, will begin a ! Series of six lectures on China. Dr. Axson pointed out that Shakes-i peare dealt with every sordid feature : of life in his tragedies, but always managed to bring them to a close with | a more hopeful outlook on life. Though he dealt with evil without compromise, he was always able to see the good be- yond; still, he (lid not t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1927

Page 2 THE THBKSHBK HOUSTON, TEXAS fHE The Co-eds Again A Weakly Paper Published by the Student! of Rice Institute During (he Mas the of October. November. December, January. February. March. April, May. anil the Last Twa Weeks in September. Entered as second class matter October 17% 1916, at the poatoffice in Houston. Texan, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates $2.80 per Ifear. 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OP COMMERCE SAM BENNETT j. c. McNeill ..., ..............Business Manager Managing Editor T. O. WOOD menton j. murray the staff i... News Editor Assistant News Editor W. TOM bark WALTER McKINNON jack brum; water Editorial Assistant Annie Oma Jacobs Kathryn Wilson Alzira Gunman Mildred Portis Klda Diederich Goy Webb reporters Beverljr Fonville Cherry Schwartz Douglas Scott P. A. Ronej Felide O'Brien Dr. Thro Bsld Blinkus lone Spence Madelin Jacohe Charline Lallier Grace Felder Wendell Hamrick Student Co-Operation (This if the thin! and concluding article of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1927

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS wsm Page 3 PREXY WELCOMES BAPTIST SCORE OF TEXAS COLLEGES SEND 1000 DELEGATES The seventh annual convention of the Baptist Student Union of Texas got under way Friday in the audi- torium of the First Baptist Church. Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett, president of Rice Institute, delivered the address of welcome to approximately 10(10 delegates representing over a score of Texas colleges. Prof. W. C. Raines, instructor at Texas University, made the response to Dr. Uovett's welcome. "Why We Are Here" was an ad- dress delivered by the He v. it. I... Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church at College Station, The theme of the convention was given as "The Christian Student in His Workshop," and the slogan, "Aggres- sive for Christ," was explained. Mr. Robert Jolly, superintendent of the Baptist Hospital here, was in charge of recognition and announce- ments. Delegates from the various colleges were grouped under banners and placards bearing the names of their school...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1927

tf- Page 4 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS CHANDLER TO BRING SPECIMENS TO RICE (Continued From Page One) jade beads from Burma and a ruby j and an emerald from Delhi. I Ho has picked tip a lew new habits during his sojourn, of which he sure will have ti> break himself; notably: having two dozen servants in constant attendance. According to Dr. ('hand- ler's letter, the Indians were the. orlgi-J nators .of labor unions. In the Orient! a dish-washer washes dishes and does1 nothing else, while a floor-sweeper only sweeps floors. ^TJiis explains the need of a grand retinue.1 I Dr. ('handler, living with English' men in a tea-growing country, has unite naturaily succumbed to the left -ipping habit he say-;, lie does not intend to do auay with tikis luxury af(.er his arrival back home, but plans 011 resuming the custom of brewing tea in the liiee biology laboratory.! This custom was .first begun when llusley was at the Insritute. In order to keep to the Indian standard of good! tea Dr. Cha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1927

THE THRESHES HOUSTON, TEXAS -J! lectures come toIlose (Continued from Page One.) cernible relationship between cause and ffect in Shakespeare's play* and Dr. Axson speculated on the on',«ome of having Hamlet and Othello change places. The over-rash and hasty Othel- lo would have gone ahead ard klV^d King Claudius, thereby destroying U>~ villain, but with no real tragedy in- volved. Hamlet would have hesitated in Othello's place, true to the charaetei that Shakespeare gave him. The Elizabethans) demanded that their plays be carried through to the end, and Shakespeare used his anti- climax for this purpose. It Is in the anti-climax that Shakespeare shows his steadfast faith In life. In the lecture delivered on the pre- • ceding Sunday Dr. Axson showed that Shakespeare's genius and artistic con- ception are at their height in Macbeth, the shortest of Shakespeare's trag- edies. It is," however, his most direct and intensive tragedy. It contains fewer digressions, and no sub-plot, and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1927

Page fl THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS & m. haktberg off® s diplomas That'* Plain Enough Sign In front <>f Missouri farmhoaae. Drive slow. Chickens $3 each."— Boston Transcript. To Succeed Those who will succeed are not took, ing tor a soft snap. All they ask U a chance to demonstrate. NON-VARSITY MEN " MAY COMPETE IN MONTHLY MEETS OWL BASKETBALL CREW DROPS GAME TO TEXAS; TRIANGLES TROUNCED Twk Coach Krnif W. Hj«rtbei'g has utincmnt"il that hftreaftcr a diploma will lie ol'lVred in I rack work tor npn- : l'iii'ultj- milt Th>> flthliMn council rc- ccntlj Mjlcil lo print . the ilijilcnuan. | The .ii]iloiiut will be feiveii lhiisc who' win lit -plaii-s in (rack iupc'ip which I! j -i 11 m •! m will .-.tape at Hicrt Field once! ('itch Itiiilitli. Tie's." met is w ill not he ( open (,o varsity tie n. The poach want - ; as ni.dij tneii as possible to compot.' in the lni-ets. : f "'j •Vceot'din-i to coach Hjim ijMfi'js, tie: ono can win iuori> limit on.- run- niitu oiit jtin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1927

4- CO-ED EDITION ibyfdljll s'wi&i ■ - t-W CO-ED EDITION uui ill RM sSfl VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 25, 1927 NUMBER 18 - Let It be known at the beginning that this, the fourth annual edition of the Co-ed Thresher, has no gripe to unload against the masculine element, general or particular, of our fair school. We accept, even welcome, them as a useful, necessary, and de- lightful half of our existing social or- der. In our opinion, an Amazonian life would be dreadfully dull. * • . The Co-ed Thresher is supposed to represent the majority of the co-eds of the Institute, and we believe that the suffragette element is greatly in the minority. For one thing, it is easier to be a clinging vine than it is a sturdy oak. So, in behalf of nine co-eds out of every ten, we dedicate this, our own special edition of the Thresher, to the eds, God bless 'em! —O—O—O— There is one existing condition at Rice which reflects no credit either on the student body as a whole or i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A Weekly Paper Published by the Student* of Bice Institute During the llonttia of October, November. December. January, February, March, April, May. and the Last Two Weeks ill September. Entered as second class matter October 17. 1816, at the postoffice in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1K7U. Subscription Rates $2.50 per Year, 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORDON TCRRENTINE SAM BENNETT j. c. McNeill .. Business Manager ; Managing Editor THE STAFF menton j. Murray ..... EDWIN P. NEIL AN W. TOM 1IAKK VAUGHN ALIJERTSON JACK BRIDGWATER MARGIE THIEL Assistant News Editor ......,..........Sports Editor WALTER McKINNON i| Features Editor .. Editorial Attestant Society Editor LIRA DUFF IRENE WARD BEVERLY FONVILLE ltETTY MOODY GENE RHODES MARGIE THIEL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Managing Editor ... Sports Editor Features Editor Society Editor Virginia (>Oodman Mary Sanford Campbell Ruth Black well ( luirlin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1927

HOUSTON, BRIDE-ELECT LETS OUT SECRET OF DOC BUNKUS' y Well, dears, as Ma Ferguson said to the Pardon Board, here I am again. I just bad to take time off of my strenuous du- ties as Domestic Science Instructor at A. and M. to run down here for a few days. Be- ' cause, you see, 1 am to be married! Really 1 am. I found being a widow was too incon- venient. There was never anyone to shake the furnace. But who, you must be wondering, is to be the lucky man? A-h-h! My old lover, Dr. Theo Bald Blinkus. We were sweethearts before I met poor Will Flunkus, the Missionary, who was so sweet the natives of Borneo just ate him up. You wouldn't believe it, but Theo and Will challenged each other to a duel over me. 1 always did have "IT" when I was a girl. The duel later had to be called oft, how- ever, because they couldn't find any chinaberries to use in their pop guns. But as I was saying, Theo and I are to be married. I didn't want to, but he la o masterful. Perhaps you noticed in a recent Thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1927

Tage 4 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Letters From Students 1 MARDON PHASED WITH INSTITUTE: LBCES AMERICANS POWDER Ml The Institute, February IK 1927. I tear Editor: This is a gripe. It must be a gripe, for whoever thought of writing to an editor for any other matter? It is not your fault. You cannot help it. You must read it in silence, scorn it in secret, and print it in public, for that is your duty; but you can do nothing about it. What editor could? On page 118 of our Preliminary An- nouncements we find: "In the resi- dential halls fur men. students and instructors are already living In a com- mon society, a common life under con- ditions the most democratic." Fine! "They sit at a common table: they lounge in common club roma; they fre- quent the same cloisters: . . ." Ex- cellent! ". .. in games they meet again upon the same playing F1EUDS." Superb!! Oh. editor, never, NEVER will you realize the wonderful pie- tui'Uation, the exquisite realism, in that last stroke! That is unless...

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