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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THE THRESHER—JUNE 11, HUT 1 -.^3 !HTH!),U'(:HHKTY H. A. Houston. Texas C. \V. X<)!H)H<)!,TSH<:<:H!tS !'!:.\X<'!ST\ttH\XTK!:X!)!,!:Y (!a!veston. Texas m !><)!,!'<) m'L!-:x!-!:i:x\Y)n:K Houston. T* xis T. x.ts H't\v\t:i'!' t*!'!A\]t,): !'. s \!)tn t,.<. T. \ ,S HH!t!HX<: Mc- !'A!)!)!X. A. nm,!-:x ^KHASTHH H. A. H<U!Ston. Texas \Yn,nvnHHfHHHTHAi, !:. \. !)ai!as. Texas !:om-:!:TX!:!,s<)XT)!,!,!:Y U. S. T !!. A. (with'iistitx-tion) <:;U\est<)!). Texas n<:!-:x!: nrss!:!J. \!N,t. " ^T t:s L \!,m;t:TT<nn-<m!un: !:. A. (\\i!h<iistine!i<t!t' Houston. Texns :<;]:HA^H).T''\'!'t;\Y).<'i: MA. \!t. t']e:)s.-))H.T. \.'s HA!;);v Y!<-'t'"); ".)--ss:t. Hussi.i \m:!J H.'ti V(lHL!AXW!XT<)XWH!TK!HLnxn,!,AHL"X<H'm,L(t\Y \Y!!,!,XH!t B. S. !:. A. Tfouston. Texas Houston. Texas !,H\Y!S.!AY \Y()()!)!H*!'!-' A. tUs-ssinn. Texas *!'tn-:ST<)XY]i\Tl)\\ A. M.trion. Atn has been very popular with them. He has enlisted in. the Houston Divisio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THE THRESHER—JUNE 11. 1917 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the student* of the Rice Institute At Houston, Texas. Entered as eeoond-cia-tn wetter October 17. 1916. at the postoffice at Homton, Texas, under the Act of March !, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office. Room 194 Administration Butidtng. EUGENE M1LLIS Editor-in-Chief J. ALEXANDER Managing Editor ltUTH SULLIVAN Associate Editor *. P. MARKHAM, Jr....Business Manager It. W. i'ATTEN . -Ass't Business Manager P. H. WHiTAKKR Circuiation Manager E. A. <\\)N Ass't Cir. Manager H. E. L1LLAKD Athietic Editor SHIRLEY SIMONS Assistant STAFF REPORTERS. l'RAXK WHiTAKER ELSBHTH ROWE L. \i l.AMAR RUTH DAUGHERTY <HAS. M. RL'OD CAMiLLEWAGGAMAN J. T. H.sTHMit FRANCIS FOOTE EDITORIAL W t: t (nm TO THH KXK. With this issue the present staff con- rtudps its work on The Thresher. Be- ginning the year under inauspicious t it-' Utustances we have done our best to maintain a high standar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THE THRESHER—JUNE 11, 1917 TIgM? Junior Parasols !T WM May * ' * * THE twenty-third. *** HE looked and *** RUBBKD Ms * * + EVES .** * AND looked again. ** * HIS mouth Hew * *. * OPEN. * * * H!S eyes grew big ** * J* WITH wonder. *.* * **LORDY ' he gasped, * ** **WHAT sort of * ** STLYE is that?'* # # # A sweet young * * * ro-MD # ^ # WAS trailing across * ^ * THE campus * <n * MOLmXG proudly <n * * ALOFT * * * A HUGE umbrella * * * t \ decorated with * * * (iRMEN and yellow * * * tMBBOX. * * * JT was stunning w * * AX!) immense. ** * !T must of shaded AT least one-half * * * <H the co-ed's * * * NOSE. *** HE (this Ignorant, * * * MASt VMNE one) * * * SAW another, AXH yet another, * * * OF these * * * GREEN and gold * * * CREATtONS hanging * * <1- HAtNTtLY suspended * # * FROM fair co-eds' * * * WRtSTS. "HAVE they all * * * WENT crazy?" he * * * PUZZLED aloud.. MISS ROWE WILL BE E. B. L. S. PRESIDENT The meeting of May 28 was the an- nual election day. The officers electe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

8 THE U, MIT \ 71he i9i7 G^^Medhgr o/ ?Ae R%ce JhyfS&Mfe, Houjffcm (Continued from puge S.) miter. He is an architect and active in the Architecture! Society. W. B. Tea!—Beecher ia another of those quiet kind. He is speciaiizing in chemistry and has become an assistant in that department. He has been one of the best workers in the Y. M. C. A. work and his abiiity has been greatly appreciated in the hait committee work. He comes front Dallas, but! in spite of that, he doesn't try to be a lady killer— at least, not here; we have our doubts about his actions elsewhere. !t. X. THiey—Tilley is another of the "quiet but get there" kind. We haven't become very well acquainted with Rob- ert even in the four years we have been together; he has stayed too much to himseit. But he is a good student and has devoted all his time and energy to ltis engineering work mid has become very proiicient in it. Aiin-ttTomft'htde—Frombasltetbail n)])hiioso[<t)yisafinrcry, butineither ptace Tommy" is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1917

Voiume 3 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 29, 1917 Number 1 HEHHtMmrSMHBS WDMIM SIXTH WAR Of MCE Auspicious Beginning With Nearty 700 Students EnroHed. Large Crowd of Enthusiastic Students and Friends Apptaud the President, who Charges Giass With Cayr^ing On Torch of Learning. \ with st'tnt* sens^* <)f inmmr has said that thu auth*mHe remark of Adam tc Kve as they iWt the enchante! Career was. "\\*e !ive in an am*S)f transit! e ! Can!t-!L .. ... . Ion/' Ony is an aue uf transition, is the (iistovery fn^n t" a^e aiike of sria^ar an<! statesman. "Nothing that is ran pause or stay." Hvery parthh* of matter in the universe is now in motion, has ahvays heen in motion. wii! a!wa!fi he in nn^tion. From t-!ertr"n an<! ion mountain and piam-t. fnun moieeuie ami mountain to m^n ami m^asur**s. this prim-ipir of eeaseiess rhanye is universaiiy operative. Baekward ami f'-rnard, r^umi and round, in waves ami <-yei*-s in widris and ^pirais and n^ckets. iniiiions <<f ^swi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1917

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER SEPTEMBER 29, iM7 THE THRESHER A tortntghtty periodica) pubtiahed by the students of the Rice institute at Houaton, Texas. Entered aa second-class matter October 17. 1918, at the poatofftce at Houston Texaa, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rate* Per copy H)c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office, Room 104 Administration Building. Hoy H. i,ittard Edttor-in-Chief J. T. Rather Managing Editor Camilte Waggatnan AaSociate Kditor H.W. Patten Buaineaa Manager h.O. Mutter Circulation Manager M. A. Cain Asst. Circutatton Manager 't'S Simons VthteticKditor Jack Carson Asst. Attttetic Editor EDITOR!AL A NEW LtFE. As the present st:ttfot The Tlireslter assttmes its duties it is ttttdet vastty ttitfi- < ult conditions to thos<- which have here- tofore surrottnded the life oltbestudents i)t Mice institute. A tiewtielii;)! ett- <t)*avor and an<Mttirt'ly< lmnK' d and mag- nified duty has opetted up before us. The ^xcf-]]tsticy of the precedents and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1917

THE THRESHER, SEPTEMBER 29.1917 PAGE THREE .*1 ; to aiways be as c)ose!y afHtiated with the activities of Rice as possibte. If we are abie in any way to stimuiate the afforts in any fie!d of your endeavors, it is our pleasure to be of assistance. In other words — Lec^en^er &e o/^ as ^/CE5 /E HEELER *'On!y the Best'* In Every Sense Of the Word Enjeauor /o R/ce ^/u^nh /VenncA's PAarmact/ Phone Hadtey 44 Eagte and Fannin Ae/ (A Xnou) Vour M^e7/ Do ^Ae/Res/ MaSamShoe Repairing^ M. D. MISTRK TI A M J FALCONF. == Phone Preston 4) ] 8 PREatOENT LOVETT'3 AODHES3. HTHtCT KCONOMY. E. G.—Ptease, Mr. McCann, won't you stgn my street ear book for me? Mr. Mc.—why. yes. but what'tt this good tor? E. G.—! can save two and a hatf cents each ride by riding on tickets. Mr. Mc.—So you caw save two and a hatf cents if ! sign this one book, can you? Wet), bring another book tomor- : row and t'tt si'<n it for you and you can ' save five cents. + SOME RECRUtTS. Captain—This is the rawest bunch ot re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1917

PACE FOUR 39. 'A:'' [US 3rd f)JE an] imi gE tTiflt -rr:< 3.rj EJS ^f]] ^ij "je 3iU snJ 31] rj^ STi ^*UE sn! ;dn! <jq 3Ti }LTE 3.'li nt?.' BT) !"ki5 3n) --Ini , <h -!- -:- * -!* f *:< *!* <- *:* *:* <* -:< Diamonds, Pearls and Platinum Jewelry Gold Jewelry and Novelties Sterling Silverware and Novelties Royal Doulton Fine English Bone China Watches and Clocks Rookwood Pottery Art Bronze Wares Hand Painted China Mark Cross Wares Silver Plated Wares Electroliers and Leather Goods c /./. 3M^EAEF/EW'ELRKCO. 4/9 JKa/n A Cor. fra/n'e ^ t'c. Nous/on, 7^e^ro^ $ * * * * <* << * * * * * * J3lUc5ibE J fJ5ruEMcRJcri-!e &JSJ1 CLUBS * <** THE OWL LtTERARY SOCIETY. TtM.-(hvt t.iierary Sof.iety w)!f meet -first session t<l tite new year on next Amtmberoftheniem- . i : t;f last year;ire [tow iti some branch f iHcte Sam's servhv. hutMtouHhof ^-tjkitut-n ate left tf) form t)it- nucleus : a])e.\cel)f[itc]ttb. Kverytliius points ' j h}t[)][et';.e;ir for tite Owls, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1917

Volume 3 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 13, 1917 Number 2 R COLEMAN HEAD8 8EN)OR8—H. T. D006E LEAD8 JUN)OR8. ERESHMEM HAVE HOT RGHT Everything Polnte to Big Year—Some Old Men Gone But Others W)H Carry Work On. With the election of freshman class officers Thursday, all four of the classes are now organized and ready for a year's work. For several causes, mainly on ac- count of the war, Rice has lost quite a number of the men who last year were active in class organizations. This has dealt the senior class especially a severe blow. However, everything points to a year of smooth sailing. The status of such bodies as the Honor Council, under the present military regime, is rather uncertain, but it is the wish of Mr. Lovett that everything con- tinue as of old, in so far as consistent with the regulations. FRESHMAN CLASS. The center of interest at Rice on Thurs- day, October 11, lay in the Freshman Class meeting, which was held for the election of class officers for the ensuing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1917

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER. OCTOBER ;S, 1917 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica) published by the students of the Rice Institute At Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1918. at the postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates Per copy 10c Per Academic Year 76c Business Office, Room 104 Administration Building. Roy E. Lillard Editor-in Chief J. T. Rather Managing Editor Camiite Waggaman Associate Editor R. W. Patten Business Manager L. O. Butier Circuiation Manager E. A. Cain Asst. Circuiation Manager T. S. Simons Athietic Editor J. Hariyn Carson. .. Asst. Athietic Editor Staff Reporters Charles M. Rudd Miss Sarah Lane Lucius M. Lamar Miss Anna Ricketts Sven Heiland Paui Boynton Shannon EDITORIAL THE HONOR SYSTEM. The new members of the institute have probably by this time become more or iess acquainted with the idea of the honor system which is carried out at Rice, but to insure a correct understand- ing and for the benefit of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1917

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 13. 1917 PAGE THREE D. W. COHEN, Telephone Preston 5405 HEADQUARTERS FOR Regulation Army Hats—Stetson's Hat Cords, Etc. 45145 Ma!n Houston, Texas BAM BMO NOW tN FULL SW!NC Many Men Made Apptteation for Ptaces in Musteat Organ):at)on—Band Deserves Support. When the first catt for band members was given this year there was a futt house in the third ftoor band room. There were onty eight or ten of the oid men present from last year's organization, but those who have not returned have worthy sub- stitutes, it is hoped, among the numerous new ones who have joined. There comes a reaiization among the student body in any growing schoo) of the necessity of a student band. Such an organization is most essentia) to cotlege spirit. It is an able supplement to the cheering In all athletic events. The band recharges the enthusiasm when It is most needed, and keeps the spirit from tagging in the critical times. This was a main cause in the making of a Rice Institute band som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1917

PAGE FOUR THEJ^^ *++*+++++++++++*++++*++++++* CLUBS OWL LITERARY HOCIETV. The Owt Literary Society heid its first meeting of the year October 3. Presi- dent Rather made his inaugural address, in which he promised the society the very best of his services throughout the year. Pians for the coming year's work were optimistically taid out by Vice President Uurnett. Messrs. tain, Skiles, Bobb, Hothrock and Patten then gave short ad- dresses of welcome to the new men. They brought out the many benefits of a literary society and gave much encour- agement and a new impulse to that branch of the student activities. After this short program a genera) Informal get-acquainted meeting was heid. Many new men presented themselves for mem- bership and there is every indication of some fine debating materia!. There were about thirty-five present and the ro!i wiil start with almost that ttUL.ber. Several of the Owls' oid "stand-bys" are not back with them this year, but with the promis- ing new mate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1917

Vohune 3 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 27, 1917 Number 3 y OWLS SMOTHER IEAM OF AUSTM G0LLE6E THE BLUE AND THE QUAY PILE UP BIG SCORE WHILE AUSTtN GETS GETS A GOOSE EGG. Game Proves to Bo Almost a Track Moot. Kangaroo* Make Ft ret Down But Once—Preahmen Do Good Work With the Team. The wearers of the Blue and Gray proved themselves to be just 63 points too much for the Austin CoHege eleven when the two teams met Friday, October 19, for their annuai battle. As a foot- bait game, the affair was a very good track meet. The Kangaroos couid not etude the watchfui eyes of the Owls, and practicaiiy every attempt made by the Austin CoHege eieven in advancing the baii ended in faiiure. !n many instance they were thrown for a ioss. But once during the entire game did the Kangaroos make a first down against the Rice eieven. Time after time the visiting team tried to smash through the Owi defense oniy to be thrown back or downed for no gain. Though Rice piayed a beautifui defensive gam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1917

TWO THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodical published by the student* of the Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-ciass matter October 17. 1916, at the postoffice at Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rates Per copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office, Room 104 Administration Building. Roy E. LiHard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Rather Managing Editor CamiHe Waggaman..... Associate Editor R. W. Patten Business Manager L. O. Butier Circulation Manager E. A. Cain Asst. Circulation Manager T. S. Simons Athletic Editor J. Harlyn Carson Asst. Athletic Editor Staff Reporters Charles M. Rudd Miss Sarah Lane Lucius M. Lamar Miss Anna Ricketts SvenHelland Paul Boynton Shannon EDITORIAL OFF FOR TEXAS. This is the week to which we have long looked forward. Another chance has come for us to beat Texas. The handicap has always been on us, because we have been inferior in numbers and have had to play on Texas' home grounds. The time for retaliation, a turn of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1917

=== THB^HHMKKMHL€KnUBHB3M. '"1 — RetiaMity r $16.50 You deserve the beat and want better than just or- dinary clothes when yon are out with yonr friends. That's why we suggest these hand-tailored Uni- forms and Stetson hats. They feei just like citi- zens' ciothes and your best girl will admire them, too Shirts Stocks Underwear Ti^a Hosiery Hat Cords We cheerfully cash your checks i ** 77:e National OF HOUSTON Houston, Texas Stirpes . . deposits $15,000,000.00 AND RETURN AUSTiN $2.50 FootbaH Game Oct. 27 Rice vs. Texas University Special Train Will Leave Grand Central Station October 27, 7:30 a. m. Returning, Leave Austin 12:00 Midnight, Same Day H. & T. C.—THE OFFICIAL ROUTE OTY TICKET OEFtCE. 520 MA[N ST.. Ri<* H.tt! BuMins Phones Preston 224 and 253 C. E. LEWIS. C. T. A. TOM HOOD, D. P. A. DANCtNG PRtVATE LESSONS The New Jaea-Trot, New Wattz, New One-Step Vaea) )natrMct)on--Moatfeae 8tMd!o LOTT)E MAXtNE BROWN Phone Wadtey 687 Have Chaw of Vooa! and Dano!ng and tnstruetor o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1917

MMHWM! # yMCn, *ae CLUBS Copyright 1917 Kuppenheimer UNIFORMS are tailored in the aame high degree of fabric and workmanship aa characterize their civil- ian modela. Thia houae ia exclusive headquartera for Kup- penheimer Uniform a priced at— $16.50 We cater to the trade of Rice atudenta on Uni- forma and acceaaoriea. Civilian Clothes Priced from $! 5 up Hats $3, $3.50 and up to $7.50 Winter Underwear In Abundant As:ortments "Satisfaction Must Be Your:" COMMainStreet <)[nx)Mite Ricts Hotei 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- -& 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4^ *:* 4* 4- 4- 4* 4- 4- 4- 4- 4* 4- 4* 4- 4* 4* 4* 4* 4- 4* 4- 4- 4* 4- 4- 4* * TufHy & Scoggins Lockhart's Spiral Wraps , , $4,50 a pair !Hat Straps # # < < < 15c Hat Cords , . . ,, 25c OUR GUARANTEE GOES WITH EVERYTHING WE SELL TufHy & Scoggins Shoe Co. Ground Floor Rice Hotel 77,e Lumbermens National HOUSTON, TEXAS C^P/T^L, 5(7PPA(75 an^ PP Of7 7*5 OMEP ONE M/LL/ON DOLL/1R.S oyyicRRS 8. F. CARTER President M. 8. MURRAY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 November 1917

Volume 3 MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 10, 1917 Number 4 99 '"'M R!CE 8HOW8 BETTER PORM THAN HA8 BEEN SHOWN THIS 8EA8ON, OUTCLA88<NQT^E RED8KtNS. few Penatttes Mar Good Game—tndiwns Are Supertor at Passing, Making Twe Touchdowns Off This 8ty!e of Ptay. The good old game of football may not be at its heighest this year in Texas, but it is reasonabiy certain that by now back in Lawrence, Kan., a whole school of red men is thinking it's at a pretty high standard in one part of Texas at least, Houston. The Haskett Indians' 13 points against Rice's 65 indicate a brand of piay on the part of the iatter that weil win most games in the South this season, and certainly make it extremely interesting for anything in Texas. The Rice Owls appeared at their best Saturday afternoon and filled with en- thusiasm many hearts heretofore skepti- cal, even after the Texas game. The Indian team played hard football and heady football. They gave Rice the best lessons so far this season. Their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 November 1917

PAGE TWO THE ====== " M r„ --I 1917 rum. Pass, Kennedy to Back, incom- plete. Dormant kicked 46 yards. Time up for quarter. Texas baii on own 12- yard tine. Fourth Quarter. BeH goes in for Heath. Texas kicked 34 yards on third down. Nash returned to Texas' 30-yard Hne. SuHivan 2 yards. E. McFariand for Rudd. Be!! 5 yards cross-buck. Beit 6 yards and first down. Suilivan no gain. Beii 5 yards. BeH 2 yards. Bei) 6 yards on cross-buck. Beit 4 yards and touchdown. Brick failed at goat. Bet) kicked off 40 yards to Moore, who returned to Texas' 43-yard tine. Smith 8 yards on cross-buck. De Vtney 2 yards and first down. Hamilton 5 yards on straight buck. Payne for Brennan. Pass, De Viney to Payne, incomptete. Hamilton no gatn. bail goes over on Rice's 35-yard tine. SuHivan tost 3 yards. SuHivan 3 yards on cross-buck. BeH 6 yards, end run. Dormant kicked 40 yards out of bounds. De Vtney to Payne 35 yards on pass. Brooks goes in for SuHi- van. He Viney 2 yards. Pass, De Vtney to Moore, incom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 November 1917

' t =========== M17 Pi8CAT0R<AH.Y 8PEAK)NG. Prof, in Biology 100—Beit, what is the difference between your btood and the btood of a fish? Voice from back of room—No differ- ence! He's a "fish." + The essential faqt that 1 must keep in mind when I attempt this koiumn of Hoots is to make you, as a reader, merry. For three times 1 have oniy made a V in writing it up and aiways get V1+ as an average, because I'm iate with the copy each time. Epictetus says: "He is a wise man who does not grieve for the thing he has not, but rejoices for those he has." The cadet on tours and speciai guard duty keeps in mind a conversation: "He is some 'wise' cadet who does not grieve for the thing he has, and rejoices for those which he has not." + Wonder if Mr. Hienzmann knew, when he addressed the combined cadet corps, thusiy: "* * * It gives me great pieasure to speak to such a fitted house," that we had been marched by companies into the amphitheater? A Freshman brought his father—a county judge—o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 November 1917

s PA6BF0UB THE NOVEMBER M, 1917 TINt? TrUlBlFtBHlFTy A fortnightly periodical published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1918. at the postoffice at Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscrtption Rates Per copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office, Room 104 Administration Building. Roy E. Lillard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Rather, Jr Managing Editor Camllle Waggaman Associate Editor R. W. Patten Business Manager H. Brown Asst. Business Manager i'honeHad)ey 4803 L. O. Butier Circulation Manager E. A. Cain Asst. Circulation Manager T. S.Simons Athletic Editor J. Hartyn Carson... .Asst. Athletic Editor Staff Reporters Charies M. Rudd Miss Sarah Lane Lucius.M. Lamar Miss Anna Ricketts SvenHeUand PaulBoynton JR. Shannon day was theirs" and "The whole team worked in unison and with a consistent fierceness which in the end was bound to net them victory," and they congratulate us upon our victory. Thanks, Texas,...

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