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

HOUStONIAir GIVES BUILDING TO RICE VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 25, 1927 NUMBER 22 CALDWELL PERMITS FRESHMAN DANCE KIDNAPING STRUGGLE IS GIVEN OKEH ^ ^ ^ Sf, ££ rf Sf* -Y- .y. .y. :f. ,y. ,y. .y. y. y. Permission for a kidnaping Fresh- man dunce has been granted by Dean Caldwell, the Thresher learned Wed- nesday. The dance will be under complete jurisdiction of the Student Council, which will draw up rulen and regula- tions for affair. Customs accompany- ing the dance will be included this year, but will have to be carried out. according to the plan evolved by the council, with penalties lor anyone overstepping the. bounds of the regula- tions. Banned Last Year The "Slime Ball" was not allowed last year except in a mild and harm- less form, so the annual kidnaping oc- curred earlier, before the Sophomore Ball. In view of the fact that the student body does not seem disposed to allow a year to pass without some sort of class abduction, it has been deemed wise to p...

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

i' © Paw 2 THE THBB3HER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS <Xbe tbarpoon A W kly P«p*r Publiihtd by the Btudenta of Blc* Inntitiite Durinr (b* Hantlu of Oetobor, Novomhor. December. January, February, March. April, May. and lb# Laat Two Weolu Is September. Entered a aecund class matter October IT, lBlfl, at the poatoffiee in Huuaton. Texaa, unto the Act of March S, 1876. Subscription Kate* $2.60 per Year, JOe per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SORDON Tl'RREN'TINK Edltor-in-ebtef SAM BfiNNETT ... .. .Buaineaa Manager J. C. McSElU Managing Editor THE STAFF T. t5. WOOD Neva Editor MENTON J, MI'HBAY Aaaintant N'ewa Editor EDWIN P. NEII.AN* Sports Editor W. TOM BAKR WAI.TER McKl.VNON VAUGHN AI.HERT80N Featurea Editor JACK HKIWJWATER Editorial AaaiaUnt MAKQJE TH1KL Society Editor Kathryn Wilaon A t z i r a {iuHmnn Mildred Portift Elda Diederich f.'uv Webb REPORTERS Beverly Fonviile Cherry Schwartz P. A. Roney Felide O'Brien Madelin Jacob# Charline I.ailier Grace Felder Wendell Homrick Mr. Coh...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 3 8« ATHLETIC GROUP SETSPRHMOT GIVING LETTERS Council Awards But Six RY' To Basketball Players The Athletic Council of Rice set a body gave awards to only six basket new precedent recently, when that ball players. This new record was made because of the fact that the team not only lost every conference game, but that the material was scarce and squad members few. The few- men who did try to give Rice a win- ning team are to be highly congratu- lated for their efforts. The bright spot of the team's play of tile past season was the consistent- ly good all-round playing of Captain Richard Morris. He lias been one of the mainstays of the team for the pust three seasons, culminating his stay at Rice by being a brilliant cap- tain as well as player. His scrapping qualities are known throughout the Southwestern conference. Several sport scribes mentioned him for all- conference honors. By his leaving, the position Of running guard will be hard to fill ne...

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

Q *. * Page 4 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS FARCE COMEDY TO BE PRESENTED BY ENGINEERS' GROUP F. W. Godsey Jr. to Direct Play Assisted by Lillard and Grace The f.tiv I'dniwly play to li«* pre* Kcntcrt by th>' EuKlnw-i-lnjc Society the middle of April is well under way, uenirilinn to Olrwtor F, W. tiodsey, Jr. Lines hove been written, tenta- tive aetors ehoseu, and the «tage aeT lion i.s now being worked out. The first dr.ilt .if tiu> liueB and ae- tien was read l>y the director at a mcetlna Tuesday night of the commit- tee and principals in the play. V fear was expressed by several present that there would he trouble t'om thi' IJeau'if office the morning :tfter (he play hut such fear was iil- b-viuted iifter the play vritti fully ex- Plained. Th'-nr is a vein of pure wit running through the entire action that: lannttt be confuted wiih the crndily of many plays that verge on the edge of oztr' mfn, iumouneed Director Gt.nl- yov - The play will be presented at the An try House hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1927

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS ON OWL GRIDIRON * ■ ■ Spring Trainers Get Three Sessions Per Week Head Coach John W. Weinman has been carrying his spring trainers through three hard scrimmages each week. Players are gradually showing form and ability. With favorable weather for the past two weeks, Hels- man has been enabled to accomplish a great deal with his men in the spring program. Heisman is working with the grid- sters on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- urdays. On these days the coactfi drills the men on fundamentals, givefc exercises, and, in general, prepares his squad for the next Southwestern con- ference grid race. The coach has been dishing out light scrimmages for the past week. With approximately 30 men out, much good is being accomplished. Fine Spirit A fine spirit is manifesting itself among the players. The men are plug- ging along with renewed determina- tion to give Kite jiext season a win- ning eleven, and from all indications the Blue and Gray outfit will be a scrappin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1927

Page 6 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS COHEN HONORS— (Continued From Page One) >ng of parental responsibility that the faculty member* have, and should have, for the students whose minds they are training. Mr. Cohen Is weU Known to mauy Itiee students as the president of Foley Brothers' Dry floods Company, and still better known to a great many more as a man possessed of an abid- ing interest in each individual student attending tho Institute, and one who is never too busy to assist or advise any student who conies to him. Interested in Parents' Enjoyment '1 am intensely interested." said Mr. Cohen, "in my parents seeing and enjoying this enterprise I am going into. I am also fascinated with the idea of enjoying il during my lifetime and I am interested in doing something somewhat beyond my means, so as (o let if take thy form of u sacrifice on my part during the coming years." "I find the greatest pleasure I get in sharing with others comes when I part with something that I could...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1927

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS We A Weekly Paper Published by the Students of Kice Institute Sarin* the HwUli of October, November. December, January, February, March, April. May. and the Laet Two Weeks in September. Entered as second c'aas matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffice in Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 8. 187#. Subscription Rate* 52.50 per Year, 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOKDOft TURRENTINE Editor-in-chief SAM BCNNBTT . - Business Maaamf J. C. McNEILL M«n«*in* Editor THE STAFF T. rt. WOOD . .,^.T :i News Editor MBNTON J. MURRAY Assistant News Editor EDWIN P. NE1LAN „ Sports Editor W. TOM BAHH WAi.TER McKINNON VAUCHN Al.BKRTSON . ........ Features Editor JACK BRIDGWATER Editorial Assistant MAItiME THIEL . . Society Editor REPORTERS Kathryn Wilson Aizira Gusmftn Beverly Fonvtile Madelin Jacuhe Mildred Portis Cherry SrhwarU Charline Lallier Klda iliederich P. A. Roney Grace Felder liuy Wehh Fclide O'Brien Wendell Hatnrirlf Cheating, No In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1927

r~ THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 3 LIBRARY GETS BOOKS Architectural library has received four new copipg of "The Life of Benvenute Cellini," written by Cellini, and wilted by J. A. Synioiuls. Owing; to the difficulty the engi- neers have been having in getting the books they want, no hooks they may need will l>e allowed off the shelve* of the Architectural library until after four p. in. in the after- noons. Petite Fleur Bleue Special Regular FOR $1.00 L. Lechenger POST-DISPATCH BLDG. Owl Harriers Engage Frogs At Cow Town Hjertberg's Squad In Trim For Homed Frogs Coach E. .rnte W. Iljertberg and a squad of 18 track men left Houston Friday t'yr Fort Worth, where the Owls Saturday will meet the Texas Chris- tian University Horned Frogs in the first dual meet of the season. Those making the trip: Captain Smiley. McKnniey, Hertlng, Cabinet, Weiehert, Greer, Yarbroueh. Hrunson. 'Luckie. Mucke, Boone. Frazee. Hamil- ton, Reynolds, Cates. Chit wood, Mad- den and Barber. Squad in Shap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1927

Page 4 / THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS CONFERENCE BALL SEASONS OPENED Aggies Get Off to Fine Lead With Two Wins With thf> first week of resounding horsehide and hounding bulls punt, the Southwestern Conference race looks like it struggle between Texas Uni- versity anil tUe Angles. The Aggies Kcitieezed out two hnre wins over the Owls in two encounters by ti-fj, 3-1 scores. In the meantime. the Baylor Hruiitft split a series with: the Horned Frogs by an S-.">, 5-10 count, while Texas I'tiiversity was dividing *a pair with S M. r. Mustangs 11-4, and r. 1-1: Standings follow. Won I:,OBI t'< tel. Tt'Xiis A. & -M. . , , ... Tests University . . . Baylor . . ...:. ,., .. . T C r. .., J g, #('. I' Kie< , . , A . , Hbe Ibarpoon MKHt 5ito r,yfl Sfiff ialwf H HUi> field Kiijjinh-d oiitt of a tuv -tore about. Christmas I,r-t f.itiiid.iv afternoon «ith all tint different.- col- ored swi'Ht clothes; iloiol-ntine Hie p'liss like so many hriuht rtlortd teddy bears to ittttw llfiii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1927

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Page > I A. G. WRIGHT TO BE (MP HEAD FOR NEXT YEAR Store Completing Most Stic- cessful Year Under Dodson A. G. Wright has been selected by the board of control as manager for the Co-operative Store for next year, It was announced Thursday. Wright Is a Junior specializing in Economics and Business Administration, comes highly recommended, and. though he has had no previous connection with the Co-op, lias had considerable ex- perience in business. His home is in Dallas. The present manager, J. Walkeiv Dodson, graduates this year, after which he will go Into business for him- self. Under him the Co-Op has enjoyed a year of the most successful manage- ment. since It has been put into opera- tion. The inventory has been cleared of ull books which will not be used here, and the present stock of goods is all highly salable. With stock, fur- niture and fixtures (upon which a lib- eral depreciation has been charged off), and cash on hand the Co-op now has a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1927

P fe tf THE THBESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS RICE AND TEXAS CARNIVAL MARKS PRESSAGE RECORDS Kansas Relay Games Next On Program Lawrence, Kaunas, (Special)—Good murks, including one new world and American outdoor record for the mile and seven-eightliB medley liy Iowa State, in the Texas and Rico relays last week, shared in almost equally by the various conferences and sec- tions of the -01111 rry represented, in- dicate a not her nut door season of stel- lar performances in the remaining big outdoor relay carnivals this season. The Kansas Relays at Memorial Stadium of U>i> University of Kansas arc next on the program in the terri- tory wmt of the Mississippi River and the fact that practically all of the fast teams that competed at Texas, in ad* <1 it ion to numerous others from the Big Ten atid Missouri Valley Confer- ences ntui the Pacific coast will come tn Kansas lor action makes it certain that this meet wilt again produce same > I ussy performances The indoor ■'onl'fut.ence ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1927

SENIOR EDITION - VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1927 NUMBER 24 RICE TRACKMEN MEET BAYLOR THE AFTERNOON O SENIOR DIRT It is rumored that a curtain foot- ball captain of this claim purehniwU an automobile from another member of the class (Editor's note: Ho still owes some on it) and got in the habit of parking it in front of the Sally Port. When the auto was identified un innocent member, the party of tlte second part, was brought to task, and almost, got kicked out of school. I ask you, wasn't that a dirty trick?. Members of the Senior class, espe- cially hoys: Those profs are paid to teach us in the class room, but from tlte looks of things they are teaching the girls more outside the class room, all lab with lahs in convenient cars. Let us either put a stop to it, or learn their secret that we, too, can get in on the gravy. Another member of the class was heard to mutter something about, "laying out a Street" at the P A. L. S. dunce last week, but was in no con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS THt A Weekly Fapn Published by the gtudenta of Rice Initilute During the Month* at October, November. December, January, February, March, April, May, an* the Laet Two Weelca in September. Entered as second class matter October IT. 1916, at the postoffice in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Rice Subscription Rates J2.S8 per Year. 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OP COMMERCE ■ORDON TURRENTINE SAM BfiMNETT , ill j. c. McNeill Editor-in-chief Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF T. rt. WOOD ... MBNTON J. MURRAY EDWIN P. N'EILAN W. TOM BARR VAl'OHN ALBERT80N JACK KRIDOWATER MARGIE THIKL News Editor Assistant News Editor Sports Editor WALTER McKINNON Features Editor Editorial Assistant Society Editor Kathryn Wilson Airira (insman Mildrrd Portis KIda IHederich f|t y Webb REPORTERS Bevtrljr Fonville Cherry Schwar!?. P. A. Roney Felidr O'Brien Madelin Jacob* C'harline Lallier ft race FeWer Wendell Hamrick STAFF J'AtU. HOCHUl.il BILL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1927

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 8 IImhuSm UmkU nams-namo SMART STYLE GREATER VALUE Look at the display of Shoes in win* daws . . . next to Texas Avenue entrance . . . and you'll agree that there are no smarter looking shoes anywhere ... at any price. The surprising thing Is . they are only $5.98 "BLACK BOTTOM" Parchment Kill Parchment Kid Vamp, Cherry Patent Quarter "GABRIEL" -Patent Leather -Black Satin -Parchment Kid -Parchment Kid Cherry Patent Quarter. -Spike Heels $5.98 "GAILE" -Patent Leather -Spike anil Box Heels "CHECKERS" —White Kid witii patent checks. —Patent Leather with parchment checks. —Parchment Calf with patent checks. —Blonde Kid with brown checks. DOWNSTAIRS SHOE STORE ►B THE GABLES 3100 MAIN STREET iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii CANDY- WHITMAN'S —And— Other Distinctive Gifts PHONE H. 2500 AND 2100 We are always glad to have you visit our Store. "iBOOKS FOR EVERYBODY" PILLOT'S BOOK STORE 1PH Texas Ave WEtetilNS OF EARTH 18 BKANTIC TASK Bogun in 1023, Work ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1927

fag* 4 THE THRESHES :: HOUSTON. TEXAS Foolish Vanity m V WWW ■ W • It U a vanity to i er nade the world th«t one hatl much learning by get- ting u great library,—Fuller. Well to Remember The first day a man Is a second a burden, the third a * 'ihoulay sMo ft Styles '10 They're chummy, <JV[en! FLORSHEIM SHOES are as chummy as a good pipe. You wouldn't consider a sub- stitute once you knew them. The more you see of them the better you like them. The longer you wear them the more lasting the bond be- tween you and Florsheims becomes. Special Display Showroom at Autry House April 1-5 THE FLORSHEIM SHOE STORE Cha*. Mann, Kii-p Jtepresentci- Uve TRUTH In Advertising Levy's Policy Since 1887 (When this store was founded) Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co. - ■ 1 Shotwell's NO FOOLING- Our Annex is simply crowded with the very latest style suits, the very latest colors and the very latest materials in suits for College Men. We have added this annex to our Store in order that you might get the same ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1927

The first May Fete in the history of Rice Institute was scheduled for May 10, 1081. The Pete was unique in that it was the first of its kind ever to be held in Houston. Miss Rosalie Hemphill was the honored queen. The coronation took place between the two main gates on the campus, with Mr. R. P. Williams taking the part of king. The coronation was followed by a pageant directed by Mr. John W. Slaughter. This pageant was based on a poem by Henry Van Dyke, which was written at the opening of Rice. It was staged at dark in front of the Sally Port, facing toward the boule- vard. Dr. Axon had reworked the poem so as to make it suitable for the pageant presentation, by bridging the time from the prohpecy to the present day with an original composi- tion as a suitable ending. The rain god was as generous then as in later years, with the result that the Fete set for May 10 actually took place May 1(S. The affair was later produced on the athletic field as a municipal May Fete for the city o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1927

THIB SPACE CLEANED —My— SHEPHERD LAI'NDKIES CO. Klauy Kleanrra and B>m Prmton 4700 8ATISFACTOBV SERVICE ALWAYS a Only Two Authentic Styles For College Men The short coat or one of normal length. Both are straight hanging, easy fitting, snug across the hips. Both have three buttons, spaced wide and short lapels. Both are cor- rect. as Hart. Schaffner & Marx make them, and both are here in the new greys, light blues and tans at $ 33 $ 39 LANDERS, KING & SMITH 505 MAIN STREET COMMSNTt HEARD IN TH« SALLY POUT (By Ima Cat) Anyone wishing to Join tha Yam chat Club plaaaa apply to lam Car- roll, president, or Maxwell Worth- am, vice president, as soon as pos- sible. Wortham will run for presi- dent in the spring elections. You know—I cant hand that girl a thing; look at that dress; I wouldn't wear it to a dog fight, and did you see her at the wedding the other night; she wore a pink organdy trimmed in a dark green taffeta, with a million frills around the posterior end. Does she...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1927

FRIEND jpnfi ■ HH itf * ^ « * - * Jfv ftl f G f ppgfc-.^ :vy p ,' * «= INSTITUTE, H NUMBER 25 TEXAS, APRIL 15, 'bv J.- •<£ ^-Sb < *«§L V 4s&$£ &MBE£3ft ta in receipt of an tift tbe Park, and that Mr. Cohen a certain prof with in the rudiments of as? years te Program Planned or Festivities on May 6 This Is a good suggestion. The oply fanlt we find with it is that it would take more then $126,000.00 and three month's time , to supply the aforesaid prof with an adequate knowledge of English. Also it is understood that the City- proposes to use the primate house as a -home for improvident The Senior Tresher is startling in . its.: medocrity. It fs. a publication worthy of the . efforts of the Aggie Sophomore Class. Howa . six-page newspaper could be pfltrtlshed, utterly . devoid of news, idea, or humor ts a thing bird to understand. Even a case of mtimpsis no valid excuse for such a production. -= The Edition is faithful to the tradi- tions of the regular Tresher and Is wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1927

tUr October 17, lHt, at tk• Mi*tl— to HwMten, tmua, wmim Mm Act of Much I. UN ' Entered u Meond daw MKriflhi tZ.il par Yaar, lie par Ow. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE sordon turrentine BAM bennett j. c. McNeill T. 6. WOOD. MENTON J. MURRAY.... EDWIN F. NEILAN W. TOM BARR VAUGHN ALBERTSON.. JACK BRIDGWATER MARGIE THIEL the staff ..AuUtant Ncwa walter McKINNON ..Fcatana ...Edttarial <«alrtaM Sacicty Kathryn Wilson Alzira Gasman Mildred Parti* Elds Disdsrich 0*7 Webb REPORTERS Beverly FaaTffle Cherry Schwartz P. A. Raney Felida O'Brien Madelin Jaeebe Charline Lallier Craea Felder Wendell Haiarick STAFF. JUNIOR EDITION TOM DALEY - EdiU)r-in-Chlrf KATHRYN WILSON - CLARENCE CANTERBERHY ManaBina Editor BILLY MEANS ......BusinMs ManaMT DUTCH McKINNON ., Sports Editor CONTRIBUTORS Jacqueline Prescott, Vaughn Albcrtson, Margie Thiel, Jack Shannon, Anna Lay, Tom Barr, Betty Moody, Katherine Thompson, Cecil Palmer, Ed Duffie, Lura Duff, Harry Painter, Mildred Portis. . Dirt and Dirtines...

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