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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1927

* V MH f ' * P| THE TRRE8HER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 3 Harris-Hahlo STYLE VALUE ixjok at the display of Shoes In win- dows . . . next to *1*6X88 Avenue entrance . . . and youll agree that there are no smarter looking shoes anywhere ... at any price. The surprising thing Is . . • #C AO they are'only "BLACK BOTTOM" Parchment Kid Parchment Kid Vamp Cherry Patent Quarter $5.98 "GABRIEL" Patent Leather Black Satin Parchment Kid Parchment Kid Cherry Patent Quarter. Spike Heels •. $5.98 "GAILE" Patent Leather Spike and Box QQ Heels <pO.HO "CHECKERS" White Kid with patent checks. Patent Leather with parchment checks. Parchment Calf with patent checks. Blonde Kid with brown checks. DOWNSTAIRS SHOE STORE THE GABLES 3100 MAIN STREET tiiiimiiimmiiiimimiiimiiiim ! CANDY- ' WHITMAN'S —And— i Other Distinctive Gifts ■iitiiiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiui PHONE H. 2500 AND 2100 RICE STUDENTS We are always glad to have you visit o Store. our "BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY" PILLOT'S BOOK STORE 1014 Texas Ave. The Cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1927

A./''' H| 4 • >{ . • ' • ^ " J •' V ' * . k . ' ' ' THE .. HOUSTON, TBXA8 ^ ^ ; ^ ^ ,, ^ The annual Osteon "raatle" at Gal- veaton was postponed, much to the disappointment of many pre-meda who had journeyed down to the Ialand City. The girls were also disappoint- ed In not getting to act as "Down by the Winegar Woiks" Wampires at the Bowery Ball. Miss Susie Fondren, selected Queen of the May. has hintfed that her gown will be a 81am creation of green and orange with a pink hat prettily trim- med in red carnations. The maids will try their tftmdst to carry out the color scheme. Rice Hotel Laundry SMITH STREET AT WALKER AVENUE COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE Phone Preston 1137 ♦ ♦ . ♦ * 'I' <• ■> ********* **** ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦' c and $ TICKLE your Bank Account here with pennies today and in the years to come it will laugh back at you with dollars. Pennies in the pocket melt away. In your Bank Account here they melt together. GUARANTY NATIONAL 306 MAIN STREET BANK HOUSTON, TEXAS | ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1927

Tvs put will and ■let. per- *9gm IpH aaJtl im ■ •. ■■ -K± i- • :. '•" V • ' •■ " •>■■■'-^s.'•■• ■■;•.;:? i i iii>..iiinT '< ii .tin r ■ ■ V-.<~P'W . * ., tHk iM- W BOt *H1«« *« / (Thar* wae „ pnil *« the oniI ooliege vll "" mustache end all; juat tealsthe algnala on tto «*• of the bit (feme, cleans up a halt- er ao m th* betting and Uvea ever after, In this eaae, how the rough boys on the football squad used the huddle sjrstom and foiled hi# dastardly efforts, ao don't get alarmed—yet. ,Roy and little ESgln had been so in- separable during their first three rears at old Slwaih that the dean of women had suspected a secret mar- riage; but In this, their senior year, filgln had come into he* own, which is to say that sbe had reached the pin- nacle of every-womnn's ambition, or in plalln Swedish, she had been taken up by the local bloods, who at last realised that, though nof everything, neck is something. ' Strolling through the cool of the «r*aing-?pardon us—through the p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1927

F&:: "r, ■-;> f K1 SIS. «W2 ^:-w*wm ' < - ■■ a ■■PI ■ •%{ &&*/ "-*.'■•**£> •' SSffiSs m i iiy,;V^«a 7/A W- AW - T HfAtUNfK <^> "** T** HOILSPit*U -/HAW - I ooh'T IVAN/VA 0A0V I WA/V/V# Po/yy 6«- A t>o&/ LHa pa tjbpm HH tTM W77T**" Tiie pi ■ V" '■"':'h. MB gl *)\£ Bmh wait m Rice Meets Mustangs Here On Monday At Ilico Mold Friday afternoon at throe o'clock the Southern Methodist University Baseball Team invades the Owl's nest for the first of a two /came series. The exact caliber of the foreign ag- gregation is not known. To date the Mustangs have showed an erratic de- fense in the field, a few terrific uluggers, and a brilliant pitcher in a Jad called Hume. Hume was a mem- ber of (he Conference Football Cham- pions hailing WBm Dallas, Texas. Hume has pitched two games this season each time allowing only five hits, winning one and losing the other due to errors by his teammates. Captain Robert Abies will probably oppose him in the box in the opening ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1927

m SOPHOMORE EDITION VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 22, 1927 NUMBER 26 Rice Topics BULL RICE NITE CAMPAIGN GOING BIG WE'RE SORRY! Nobody i> the staff Rot nick. the ads rum- in on time, the printers treated us (lie very w hitest n We're sorry, for we have no valid excuses id offer for the following: WELL, WHO'D A'THOUGHT i IT? MORE BULL IS THAT A FACT? OH, WELL, WE KNEW THAT SEVERAL DAYS AGO. STILL MORE BULL DO TELL! YUH DON'T SAY! Three Plays Hold Comedy,! Satire, and Tragedy Although the past productions of the ! ! Dramatic Club have been selected with j | almost uniform discrimination, there ; ; have been few bills in the history of i ! the club as well balanced as that to j be presented this spring, May 4 and 5. | Consisting of three carefully chosen j one-act plays by well known play- i wrights, it lias a width of appeal | which would be hard to equal. The I three plays together contain comedy, I satire, tragedy, dramatic suspense and character delineation in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A Weekly Paper Published by 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 h* second class matter October 17. IW, at tin* post office in Houston. Texas, under «he Act of March 3. 187U. Subscription Hates $2.80 per Year, 10c per Copy. MKMBKK HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A SPRING VACATION One of the professors here at Bice has asserted that there is something incongruous in a university "dedicated to the advance- ment of letters, science, and art" annualiy celebrating AH Fools' Day, but we are of the opinion that the students who instituted this custom had the right idea in mind, though it does seem that they failed to carry the work far enough. These students felt the need of a vacation to break the long drag from January to June, and they performed a noble deed in giving us the one certain day of rest on April 1. But why stop at o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1927

Pages SMART STYLE GREATER VALUE Look at the display of Shoes in win- dows . . . next to Texas Avenue entrance . . . and you'll agree that there are no smarter looking shoes anywhere ... at any price. The surprising thing is . . . Ag nn they are only «p0««fO "BLACK BOTTOM" -Parchment Kid -Parchment Kid Vamp Clierry Patent*" Quarter $5.98 "GABRIEL" -Patent Leather -Black Satin - Parchment Kid -Parchment Kid Cherry Patent Quarter. -SprfM? Heels $5.98 "GAILE" -Patent Leather -Spike and Box Heels "CHECKERS" -White Kid with patent checks. -Patent Leather with parchment checks. -Parchment Calf with patent checks. -Blonde Kid with brown checks. DOWNSTAIRS SHOE STORE It ha* suggested that Gene and Marge <are Rice's Qold Dust Twins. All the black is on Gene's head, and tit# gold is on Marge's, THir BOSS AL- MW TH1I* 2°ST CAUG-HT THAT TIME- Tt* MIf aertft iwu SHe*>K omw ATM1 (Mir Harris-Hahlo no 5£COrtOS LATER. BACK AT THfi- OFFICE- 10 Htrrn LATS& ATMOn* LOVETT DEDICATES BRALLEY MEMO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1927

Page 4 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Though the Palace claims to have cloned its moat prosperous year, the suggestion has been made and thunder- ously applauded that next year's at- tendance might be made even greater by simply muzzling the orchestra leader. The ignorance of the masses is ap- palling. a great many persons thought that each different color of the Junior Thresher indicated a differ- ence in content, and were seen dili- gently running through the stacks to get copies of all. Rice Hotel Laundry SMITH STREET AT WALKER AVENUE COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE Phone Preston 1137 * ❖ * * «g * ❖ X I £• * $ TICKLE your Bank Account here with pennies today and in the years to come it will laugh back at you wjth dollars. Pennies in the pocket melt away. In your Bank Account here they melt together. GUARANTY NATIONAL BANK 306 MAIN STREET ♦SMS* *** *5* *+* J« *§m5 TRUTH In Advertising Levy's Policy Since 1887 (When this store was founded) Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co. Shotwell's ■iimntiiiu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1927

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 8 ;«j ASSOCIATKf FORM Rice One of Seven Members; Purpose Set Forth v Gaylord Johnson, manager of the annual ttlce Heluy gumefl, announces the formation of a new organization known a« Western Relays Association, which will embrace the annua! relay games sponsored by Rice Institute, University of Texas, University of Kansas, Drake University, University of Ohio, Notre Dame and ttie Univer- sity of Illinois. The purpose of the association has been stated to be to regulate eligibility of athletes participating in the anuual relay games of the seven member in- stitutions, to determine the classes of competition in which schools may en- ter the relays, and to secure minimum rates for travel and housing in con- nection with the seven relays sponsor- ed by the members! each year. Johnson will represent Rice ai the meeting and will present many or the problems that the staging of relay games present. CLASS WAR— (Continued Prom Page 1) dorms and in the neighbo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1927

'V Page « THE THRESHEB HOUSTON, TEXAS "\ (Special to The Thresher from the Houtttlu Post-Dispatch, Houston Chrontcle and Houston Press,) Of special interest to Rice Institute was the wedding of iliss Alice VV. Miehaux, who graduated in the class of liCt!. to Mr. John Barry York last Tuesday evening. The marriage cere- mony was read at the homo of the bride's parents in Chelsea Place, .Miss Maude Michitu\, sister of the bride, acted as maid ot honor, and Mr. (!or- dou Cray served tile 'groom in the ,rapacity ot best man. \ delightful reception followed the Wedding, after which Mr: and Mrs. York left for a brief wedding trip, On their jetmn they will be at home in Ifoustoii- O-O o - , \ ittivf-l fame was played a; a pt>- «:•<•{>(ioii held by the Rice Faculty Wom- en's chili Tuesday afternoon at the \utr> i louse. AttnU'tive prizes were a^uided tile -uei-fUniul players in the nonsensical game dubbed "Monte Carlo Whist;." There were a:, tables of play- eers at the affair. Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1927

EDITION SLIME ■B88M VOLUME XII NUMBER 27 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, APRIL 29, 1927 Political Situation Intense; Many Casualties campanile to rp, . , a . , be out today 1 nirty - o n e Aspirants L Mount theiStump w E?RE SORRY! 'iSp ;r tii e; ti rf si; o Mil lie-; S|h f ii'l wi.l iml i« Wl( t >f 1 j ., lr; is' ri'iM) 'tetC-thiii: .chei.|ittit!if' ki'M tU'bi (itmpift retl If a:- tiMef, J:'i'.ea.n htm, Uuh \i 11> - ■' ia-l"' o iiil 1 I'd 1 Consternation Is Expressed By Startled Studes Ciiu-i. j-muit ■ houiKvnifciu 'tis Yearbooks Will Be Issued From Thresher Office FORENSIC CLUB DEBATES BEN MUSSOLINI SUBJECT v a - i t a ; to. l< jfc-jil <* is I UeaRr. ( '(tidy, e!l 'tMil i *• j tis* apiuk 1 hi?' " It Uu>- tWjip Ui.« «wtj u#t^ysyftl, * if}. Rn-Oiii; ' rerrtJinsf t;l# che post pf>r StaR'ki 'ft" «<a v <>u she t for ;;fi rt'-r!hui''rv:,,vii:! :.v Vhi ([t'nti hi's ' <i tstjjfi ^uniS^ht'i MrtRit'tiK 'iiI' I :<: I ■ its] J life! ;;?V - s C; V feipi: 'i■ j4 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS THE HWjpw iSsR A Wfitkh Pau«** ■..% • t.He; Iti*** Institute Duriajr the M«fth «*f .O^tolwr, N'uumlMr i)K^ntb(rr January, February. March, April, M y, and thfc l4s 1 wo Wecb in I | i ' f , t Kt#® %> F.ntc )MU' Urt-fjbi'f, 17. 1^16, at tli«* jnwU>ff?tH* in Huston. Texas, i im* marrh;:& . )i*7s . Standing Room Only 1 TENNIS TEAM SHOWS || The Woman', Story (jp WELL IN MEETS "It's m> Ik>t ami slurry In li'.-i'* ." he j APPELL STARS said/ "What <in you say to; sitting out;! tlifei UitW Hi* lone *u soOttoK ! Tliv1 Hire Racqueteers have returned an, W U.K.- t. All eieniUK fPT,f T' ^ ,he>i ! met toftiriK from Buvlor, S. M. 1.'. and she iouMotn-ed for hi- attention | tl„. of Oklahoma. r.ndt-r I'ovly: ,v)n- srttiteU attd nodded lu.tf The Owjs made a wonderful show. ! name SulMrrlpijon Kate* p£;4 0' >t;r V I'D r, I f>e 'jRfj r 0i) y -: MKMULH IfOl STON* OF COM^tlW K vtijinoN TrwuiiNliM-: s AM lIliN'NKTT' j. ( MtfellX .... . 1 W /&g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1927

Kv:;;J " -•""'ft ^ S Si • ■ .-ii V. ;!■ HUUST 0 N, TEXAS THKESHEK 1 THK M r. Turn Unlev and ('"ttavllM Mann l huve aniuiun '<td thuir iun-ation of run inns: ftii Mij-s llanirt (lilMIII >. ' -f '* •*> )S0 •*•" V 1 i| It'? u l<m£ worm thai iias no tail. LAST MINUTE SLIMES AND SOPHS NEWS ITEMS STAGE TAG O'WAR ~r*r Saturday Night Hangover Harris-Hahlo SMART STYLE" GREATER VALUE - i.ool. ;ir tin* display of Shoes in win- dows . . next, tr,- 'Ci-xas .\vrtu<' ami'sum? . ami you',1 narei' tSjat llwif utv no Miias'i' '■ It)ol5ing- shoes any ,:ti;, |>rK-^ Thu MiriiVi-im; Uiiiiii . d £ AO ilii' V !«'<• 'life',. . ii..i3!iI!iiESfr « "BLACK BOTTOM - I'an'hiiutnt Kid r.irciuitenl. Kid Viun.p. ''berry PiUMtr < Jun vt < r $5.98 "GABRIEL" LfUtW'r •Hiaek Satin " Purelilimut 'KM • )'ur«.*hn:«nr KM $it-.-t iy r.i i > •>.: t. tiitirfer. ..i.. ... $5.98 ''CAILS " i ';i 1 ••!;' I h" H| Ski ..tiii Ii'. x Hw'Js '.i. m"1 * "lmu,4,,s "' Sophs Fall Before Heaves of ne\t w«ek is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1927

Page 4 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Brightneta and flight Oriental Rugs There tifiktit day* unci durfc Milu«* , f • >fi« ui jii I'llSSf k deter- I4l,vs, tittd wo IUU t; take ndvuIits K.- <>f '(lljii'i!: ItV «fVWlll liietoi'v. Mlel- ,i . foj'ttiet' 1m* Htji lilt I**'. UlijUMn : SlMftiln1:'; ?••* ■ Si-it-?.' the ftaetle <; iAsAd j.,>-:>i!iti- It) I lit' | u ■ E v ■ f Tin'i 1 : ( '!..<!, Mmj A.esMttt 1ill*1 0- .< c nil in ii ■ I'f.v Utti'Ci* [ •(« i.s t)n' " ■' 'lit* a.'-1 '"Jill".' " ! ■; .1 _ ."i 1 LU.I!".!1!1 1 .-ill' i l TRUTH OR FICTION fox flhcn ©nlE THE THREE BEARS V^WAVAW.'AVAWWMVW.WIWWMVVWAWiVVVWi i Tb.-> stopped h.-id- « shady sniv t ii in said tliut truth is alronifr titan | tjet.i«u lot the! read"!' judge fur lilffl* !t self Hero tire two si-)ri.,-s: ' No. i i Not twin wi'tl 't Outline ot History1 ~ xapl'lotm liewtta pa f t« Its t>a#a ■ illK tllt'niwh lili' Ulret'ts pt iffti'tst, Uii- 1 lie fistiH ii l>opmi<il «tshl itiM.ld Holrti* r, vvJu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1927

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 5 Rice Interscholastic c 0 0 %SedCE 1S Meet Hugelmccess Klirlnklerw, loud pi?hli'er . butldlwB viuiimieni. and liunk tihws, Mr. I>o<l- -i-ii it I ho mukisH nn-utiai( of a iimnh<i ' .. «r. solid sold li< kifj« KiundatiotiH, ut thu j Mr. j. Walker i'hisstjii iimioaiittss ;i i nominal kuiis of :i-"i i-.-mim. All jewelry , s|i|iu* al« of till jcvi.jiy hiMiloiirvy. ' will be din'tnuili'd si.nii' S,'.; and sill <ro!d cream, art |('{. pjcijs, lawn ! st.aiittHt'r.v 2h%. f Coaih ItrigUt'K wHI-balumvU nquad frum San .hirinto High School amassed a total of points to win the annual Rice Interscholastic lielays at Itice I'luld Saturday afternoon. Tho Uolden Hears were closely i>ijKlied for honors by the Ufms-lJupree team fro;m l<"r<.Le- liori. ,cliioli collected 1,7 points, form ■\ veitu« of Dallas was third1 wit h .t'4 . imlntN. ' • ' 1 DAVIS STARS Kail flavin ol 1'Yeeport. collectlt>i.' IKj iHunts. vwt~ the imlividnji! star of tin- ii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1927

Page « THE THRESHER :: H ( OUSTON, TEXAS SOUTHERN A, iAbP. MEET; AMRldBflELD Marathon Feature® Of Senior Meet RICE GOLFERS TRIM CONFERENCE CHAMPS : a 1 ' f U''J'l' jl&'fl;H'lffiw'U' .'"v" Rice Squad to Comnete For Honors ..t1' >rt ' l,i.f ' * *" '•& j Vii'cl Rrefj. i, . • I ' *01 '• >• i H'jriof5 . ' . '* • A I! 1 l°N< lll.lt wti 9 llB'f .it ■H (Vl« ii k li<< I If PONY NETMEN DEFEAT RICE • ■ Utntl. v- iHTe they derVati'd lasl year's , Owls Lose to Mustangs After •«• '«■« «* w <■i ii.in.ii <om Hard Tin- varsity golf u-aui han r-nirm-rt tram it iriutnpbunt iuvaklon of Aggie- 1MMK Hivhiui>r and Hct>w«> rtf, A, & M., d«- tuuhui Onion wood and Burns, 5 and TutHIBW I Hii'hmi'1, A k M. defeated Orran* wuikI 2 and 1. | Smith, Kkn\ fi■ ■ i• ,it. it .Nicholson I uj>. Maker Hive. , d<?Oatf-d Landon ami 1. " , I turn-, liivc, .I'MVhUm! SyhMK2<'t(* (i and h. ;,:'M' - Hf i«n louri-onic I*ven(4 ww play „„„ . . , RfJl P)Ma> dttfmom! mi itw omw 4...

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

SEMI WEEKLY VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 4, 1927 NUMBER 28 THOUSANDS ATTEND RICE NITE SHOW SECOND ANNUAL fl/^v/^WTp ENTERTAINMENT OWWlllfc, GOES OVER BIG . IS PRESIDENT H* *Y* ^ * ^ «? Student Presentation Drains The Keg of Success With money pouring in from 97 di- rections and applause from 92, the second annual Rice Nite was declared a success by practically all who wit- nessed it. The entertainment was presented to a full house, numbering about 4,000. Patricia Hamilton and Pole Spencer, in a demonstration of how the gen- uine article conducts an Apache dance, scored the hit of the whole'-show. A take off on this number by Kill Beach Truehart and Doris Howard, two en- fantas. was also received with wild acclaim. Sug Runs Wild Bug Robertson, who has not forgot- ten all he learned during his residence in West Texas, brought ..down the house with an imitation of Will Rog ers. spinning the rope, chewing gum and making wise-cracks. Six goofy "College Nuts" presented a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A w«kljr Publiihtd by tfa* 8tud.nl. of Ric. Institute Durlng th. Month. of Octobtr, November. D««mbe*. January, February, March, April. May, and the l,a t Two Weoka in September. Entered as second eUan mutter October 17. 1816, at the postoffiee in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March S, 1879. Subscription Rates $2.50 per Year. 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ..OKDti.V Tl'KRENTlNE SAM BENNETT J. C. McNKlLI. Editor-in-chief Business Manager Manaitin* Editor page issue that has been appear- ing once a week. Though the scheme for the testing of the method will cause the last Thresher to come out some ten days before the final exams begin, it must be remem- bered that the members of the staff have to study as much for the June tests as do the rest of the students, and that the time lost in giving to Rice a paper every week since September may make necessary even more study for them here at the end than the average student finds re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1927

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page S I Idol of Fanatic* l&JEMgntlut ("lord of the world") was the Hindu ld<>l under whose char- iot whfi'l* tlM pwijilt? flung tliemwlv s. Harris-Hahlo SMART STYLE GREATER VALUE Look at the display of Shoes In win* dows . . . next to Texas Avenue entrance . . . and you'll agree that there are no smarter looking shoes anywhere ... at any price. The surprising thing is . . . Ag qa they are only vvatfO "BLACK BOTTOM" -Parchment Kid -Parchment Kid Vamp, Cherry Patent Quarter $5.98 "GABRIEL" -Patent Leather -Black Satin -Parchment Kid -Parchment Kid Cherry Patent Quarter. -Spike Heels . $5.98 mm "GAILE" -Patent Leather -Spike and Box Heels $5.98 "CHECKERS" -White Kid with patent checks. -Patent Leather with parchment checks. -Parchment Calf with patent checks. -Blonde Kid with brown checks. DOWNSTAIRS SHOE STORE Press Box The Owl net team journeys to Aus- tin next Friday to engage Texas Uni- versity racqueteers in a dual meet. After the excellent s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1927

Page 4 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS BEDENKMEN SPLIT SERIES WITH HORNED FROGS; PHIL ABIES TURNS IN THREE-HIT VICTORY FRIDAY The Rice utnc split a series with the Horned Frogs at ({lee field last week end. wintilnu the first -Mine 4-2 when t'hil Ahles allowed only three hits, and dropping tile second when his brother. Captain Hob Abies, was touched for ten, the last one being a home run with lwo down in the ninth io make the score 5-4. The Owls started the scoring in the first same when they tallied in the third inning I'htl Abies singled, went to second on a steal, and took third when Taylor let the ball get; away from him He scored on Tolle's infield hit. Tolle was stranded when Heavy iTiiderwood fanned )'Hr the: /third out. I The Frogs scored in the fourth on j Bobbin's error and Steadman's pop I Texas leaguer which Grant, Barnes. : and Knippel could not reach. The Owls retaliated in their hall' of the inning by scoring threo 'runs, j Knippel singled and took second on j liarnes' at...

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