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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1927

THE THBESHER HOUSTON. TEXAS Page ft AND BELLS HOW IT WORKED A druetrlRt who wanted to sell elee- trie waffle Irons wus advised to era- ploy an attractive young woman to cook waffles In the store. He was as- sured tlint the scheme would boost •nleg. "How did It turn out?" asked his dvlser. "A smart gink married the girl the first week." THEN HE WENT He (at midnight)—I feel all wount up tills evening. She (wearily)—Your main spring must be broken, or you'd surely go. The Young Lawyer "And If, my son," the lawyer said, "My shoe* you wish to fill. Remember that 1 got my start By working with a will." Just to Do Something Dentist's Wife—We must (live the maid a little treat of some sort for her birthday. Dentist—All right, I'll extract some of her teeth free.—Berlin Nagels I.us- tlge Welt. Fitting She—I wondei way marriage la called "an Institution?" He:—Because It is so hard to escape from, I suppose.—New YotV Centra! Lines Magazine. Realism in the Movies "Your star shivered most uutura...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1927

Page 6 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS FARMERS HERE (Continual from J'ase One) from school for class Tin Aggios, ahead of tb« third-place S. M. I,'. Mustang team by a game and a half, are desperate in their doter- mlriatioti to keep their position III the standings. Reports emanating from Aggiehiml indicate that Rothgph's out fit will fight the Owls to the last ditch in an effort to improve their percentage. roaeli Joe lledmik has left nothing undone in preparing his Owl nine for fh" invasion of the Farmers. Practice sessions on Monday and Tuesday were unusually brisk. • ICven i hough the elnh is in a serious Milting slump, ft believed that Owl bath .wilt ring mil a strong protest n«Hinsi the offering,s of Aggie twirlers, P'lf the past four gnnies Rice hitters hat Ium-jj I'onsidenibl.v off their st ride. Tliis . lUiilitiun cannot last, forever. Ib<li nkV infield a ltd oiatleld will leeinin intact, ft Is believed. The en- 'lire el Mi t'ieliieil in great fashion in the recent Texas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 May 1927

VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 7, 1927 NUMBER 29 owl band awarded cub ******* * * * * * )f. % ^ ^ ****** ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ V H* Sf. ^ DRAMATIC CLUB PROGRAM SCORES HIT WELL RECEIVED BY AUDIENCES ON TWO NIGHTS Three Plays and Dramatic Poem Presented By Group Dramatic Club's spring bill, present- ed Wednesday and Thursday nights at the An try House, was very favor- ably received by both audience and critics, the latter commenting uniform- ly on the high quality of the acting. "Big Kate," a rapidly moving satire, opened the program with a burst of color and a bizarrely decorated stage, representing the court of Catherine II,',s raere camouflage for the real mo- Empress of All the Russia's. The play | Uvos tlH' Moralist. The high-sound- was dominated throughout bj ^tosa 1 ins ta,k b°ut principles and justice l'omerante in the role of Catherine. I 1 ?l is a 1'oorly, concealed attempt to She made a striking figure with her' hi(le the actual objections of that red hair and green gow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 May 1927

Page 2 THg THBggHE* :: HOUSTON. TEXA8 xm 1rilBnfffWwii n fSm .nypiwpc^jn A Weekly P«per Published by the Student! at Rice ImtiUite During the Montha at October. November. December. January, February. March, April, May, and the Last Two Weeka In September. Entered ae second class matter October 17. 1916. at the postofflce in Houston. Texas, under ■ the Act of March S. 1878. Subscription Rate* $2.50 per Year, 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOI STON CHAMBER OP COMMERCE SORDON TURBKN'TIN'E .... .Editor-in-chief SAM BfiNNETT - Bualneo Manaarer i. C. McNKILI. Managing Editor THE STAFF T. O. WOOD Newa Editor MENTON J. MURRAY Aeeletant Newe Editor EDWIN P. NEILAN Sporte Editor W. TOM BAKU WALTER McKINNON VAl'CHN ALBERTSON Peaturea Editor JACK BRIDGWATER..., ... Editorial Auietant MARGIE THIEI. Society Editor Kathryn Wilaon Alzira (iu man Mildred Portia Elda Difderith Cruy Webb REPORTERS Beverly PonviJle Cherry SchwarU P. A. Roney Felide O'Brien Mad el in Jacob* Chartine Lallier Grace Felder Wendell H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 May 1927

M, V THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS P fM 9 With each Bucceding day comes an announcement at soma additional bridge party or tea which la to be given—some hospitality which may be added to the ever-increasing list. June graduates and June brides are now the center at attraction. • • Miss Frankie Maude Murphy's lunch- eon at the Cherokee Tea Room Tues- day was given in honor of MUx Mary Louise Embrey, Rice Senior. Covers were laid for 20 close friends of the honoree. * * * Misses Winnie Uuvis and Vlrgiuia Morgan were honorees Tuesday after- noon for a delightful tea, having as joint hostesses Misses Catlieriue Mit- chell, Noimu C'lay, Laura Taylor, Ma- rlon Honor*, Eleanor Trotter and Auule Omah Jacobs, who eutertained at Miss Mitchell's home. A personnel of 150 guests called during the receiving hours. * * * Mrs. L. K. Griffiths is entertaining the afternoon of May 15 with a musical tea to honor Miss Katlierine King. The hours are from 5 to 7 o'clock. ♦ * ♦ Members of the Pallas Athe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 May 1927

Page 4 i, THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS COLLEGES— t Con turned Pri'm i'liiit' Onel )il<iC(> in Syracuse. Hi* go; notic.it from ihe faculty h.v telling 11 professor thut he disagreed. with Huint I'jiul's theory of sin and sfriousty shockmi the wife of unot tier authority by tlorll ninK to meet Mrs. Willanl t her home for the reason that he thoUKlit Mrs. Wll- lard u fool ... As for college. It was a darn tied nuisance and be was Kind to have done with all things acadcmif in June." ; One vi-ar wis all that Theodore" Dreiser needed of the. I iiivn sity of j Indiana He was not known tlirouuh scholarly ability or ath'U'th prowess.! W. !\1 Toner wrote in the .Yew Stu- j dent. I tee. 1!'. I'.'2.".; "fie was a student . here then bill he was not known throutth scholarly ability or athletic . prowess, lie plodded through his first , year, tlten left. cottfH-ioUri only of un ' acuti- inapprelu'tision concerning the polite usajfes of education in our tac-i torv of knowledge. His particular ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1927

■ WEEKLY VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 11, 1927 NUMBER 30 SUSIE FONDREN CROWNEDQUEEN MAYFESTIVAl Irene Ward Announced Best All-Round Co-Ed At Rice Miss Susie Fondren was crowned queen with John Sutton as the king, at one of the most beautiful and col- orful May Fete ceremonies ever held at Rice. The May party took place last Friday afternoon on a wooded section of the Rice campus, where a large platform had been put. up for the coronation scene. Misses Ethelda Fraley and Mary Lou Britton wore the princesses, and the duchesses of each class were: Misses Celeste Jones, senior; Mar- jorie Lockman, junior; Katrinn Smith, sophomore; and Edythe Westerfield, freshman. The maids of honor for the fresh- man duchess were Misses Lynn Fos- ter, Bernice Dudeau, Mary Hallie Ber- ry and Homoiselle Haden. Those at- tending Miss Smith were Misses Sherman Netherie, Charlotte Wil- liams, Frances Sara Gieseke and Sal- lie Arrants. The junior maids were Misses Mildred Stowe, Matilda Hoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1927

40- Page 2 THE THRESHES HOUSTON, TEXAS mi 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 as second clasa matter October 17. 1916. at the postoffice in Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rates £2.50 per Y'-ur. 10c per Copy. MEMBER HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SORDON Tl.'RHENTlNE '. ....Editor-in-chief SAM BfiNNETT Business Manager 1 r MiVKII 1 ilbe Specter papers i T. WOOT> ...... MENTON J. MURK AY EDWIN P, NEILAN .... . W. TOM BARK VAUGHN ALBKRTSON JACK BRUM;WATER MARGIE THIRL ... .. .. THE STAFF News Editor AaaUtant New* Editor Sports Editor WALTER McKINNON P#atur«ii Editor .. 4 .....Editorial Assistant Society Editor Kathrvn Wilson Al/ira < u.smaii Mildred Portis Kid a Diederkh truy Webb REPORTERS Beverly Fonvill* Cherry Schwarti I*. A. Roney Felide O'Brien Madelin Jacobs Charline Lallier Cirace Felder Wende...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1927

■ v. at THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 9 OWLS AMP AGGIES— (Continued from Page l) in fielding. Both scored on Broileu triple, his aecond in two days. Clark brought Broileu iu by singling, went to third on Hillln's grounder, and a paused bull and scored when Allnoch threw wild to Tolle to catch Clark. Rice threatened to even up in the second when Knipple tripled, and Barnes walked. Barnes was out when lie attempted to steal second. Bobbitt walked, and both he and Knipple scored on Allnoch's single. Abies sac- rificed Danny to second and when Hill in walked both Bloxsom and Fox the sacks were full. Tolle forced Fox at second to end the inning. The Aggies scored again in the fourth, fifth and ninth, while Bice counted on in the eighth when Heavy Underwood walked, stole second and took third when Scbuenneman over- threw the keystone. Baiter put Barnes grounder over the first baseman's head and Bice scored. Broiles was the heavy stickraan for the Aggies collecting two triple blows i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1927

fage 4 THE THBE8HER HOUSTON, TEXAS SOLITARY SAL— «r (Continued From Pane One) turu he is thrown hack unmolested. So you see, France is pretty crowded; attd for sport people bo bunting in each «t tier's chicken coops. Well, we finally «ot to Paris, and 1 was so excited that I forgot to say, "So this is Paris", which is what all the Americans do. The first thing I heard was a fellow hollering "New York Herald, Chicago Tribune—read ! about yer home town!" and another ! nuy srabbinn at my coat sleeve shout-! ing "See Paris by night--all tlic sights fit to sec. for preacher or prizefighter, it's all the rami1; this is i'aree, GAY j PAJtKK - don't miss the favorite dumps. Moulin Kongo. the Foley Her-. Keerc, tie' undefwor*r-rhl, .«• r i m, i bloody < yiwl Apaclies, all font ten spot, only i en didluh#!! ' And still another j ci .vine, "Heal American vaudeville. Ameriean jnxz, Amerii ;in eiist- visit ' the ttieeinpia tonight, 'and Hitter the slum ko to il\e orlttinal American restaurant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 May 1927

<5 •tiJ WEEKLY VOLUME XII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 14, 1927 NUMBER 31 STUDENTS VOTE DAMAGE PAYMENT * * * * * # * * * , rjV H* H* ;r« FINALS SET FOR TODAY STUDENTS BACK COUNCIL ACT BY 5-1 VOTE Biilups, Hart, Cabaniss Win In Run-Off Election STAFF NOMINEES LOSE Special Ballot Causes Heavier Voting Than Usual Co-eds Name Thursday for Election Day Woman's Council Sets Date For Membership Selection A meeting of .ill co-eds of lltce lias \ been called tor next Thursday, May 19. at 1- p.m.. at. which time mebers will ! he elected to the Woman'a Council for | next scholastic \ear Six members of tin: Council will be f 'Wtted at the nic titig, according. to i Miss Margaret Thompson, president. . [Too co-eds will he chosen from the A 'tu,n .. f j ■ Junior class, two irom the Sophomore *>rs , ^ a V (°f VOt; claBS !iml ' "<p Freshman eis signified their intention ol §|(SR supporting the Student Council's1 A,cor(imp t0 M1„ of tlM> action in assessing- the damage? "s-nior-ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 May 1927

Page 2 THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS fWE urday at the Warwick, the honor guests being the 1917 and 1927 mem- hers, Covers were laid for 50 guest*. Minn Sarah Lane gave the toast for the alumnae members and Miss Susie Fourteen for those of today. Miss Aline Repsdorph ava a group of voice numbers, and Miss Bernieo Herbelin A Werklv Paper Puhliahd by 1 hp Students of Rice Institute During the Monthx of Ortflbcr. ! '' g' OUp of-violin selections. November. December, January, February, March, April, May, and the Lout Two Week* in: * * * Sepumber. i .Miss Marlon Spencer enlerhi ined EntemI as t iui eias« mattvr OHoMr 17. 1916, at; the r <>stoffiw in Houston, Toxas. under ihv Act of March 3, 1H79. Developing writers rarely are given a comprehensive audience in their as- cendancy, and it Is tills fact that makes the road to authordom long and diffi- cult. Most embryo authors have their work turned down constantly, and it is during this period that the writing *' last Saturday afternoon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 May 1927

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Page f*« SOLITARY SAL IN PARIS (Continued from Wednesday) Three things about Paris I huven't fuumi out: t£ the men here wear Paris Barters, how many buildings are built of plaster ol! Purls, and lit one is al- lowed to sainbol on the Paris green. The Franca are great on form, Theo. Kverything must be proner and done ui cording to established rales of po- liteness. You know, they still have miillotiniug lieiv for prisoners con- demned to d< i:ih. The public is al- lowed to pel in UtoodV view of the affair; but to .act aji.^lose mie must have a spin i! invitation. 1 know a follow who get drutilc ami caroused all nlftltl mid into t.he next morning, when. hi?inif 11 n over by two taxis in KuuwBsion, int shot and killed the chauffeurs and three gendarmes who came to drag him out oC the sewer. He was sentenced to bo guillotined, on two chjj'rais: first, allowing, him- self to be run over by a taxi, and sec- ond, for wearing a tuxedo after day had dawned. I e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 May 1927

Page 4 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS STUMPERS STAGE 1ST ANNUAL FEED Milton Eckert Elected Leader For 1927-28 If V! IIt,o. Ri-kert of Hostoii was elected pii-xiilftu for next year of the Slump <0nl . Hie • t'oi'i;nsJc soewty, at the ban- quet liHtl tsv the organization Titos- •lay niislit sit the Hrazos hotel. Other officers elected were .1. C McXeiH, vice proaitk'tit; Holier' Reeved, <ei rei:iry treasurer; ainl V. I!i'!l(>. Kerjaeant-Mt-anus. Tile re I i:-=iiti <-'ii<-<':x ore Anthony .Uauis- i ,K c. ii:-.'-,ir|i i:t; .Iliait Shapiro, vice lirewtiteiif: J, <''f serrHarv- treasurer, and llortlon Turi'niitii)i>. sei u,e:Ujl . 'I'ii - b:t!e|H'! was tn Mi.'iirtous Mil 'el-- ;tm| lie- mi-'iil"itTs <i<>mou- s'lawi; tabilities in hot-nit' itu?r- ■ -h;• itilii:tif? an aff-'iMlHiii.-!' ihij Hal tat}! t'fl ■■ fii)', iieiirl}*' t hree hoi , TV Br,i/o Uiji room hai! In-mi - - - -1111 - - for l.ii oceasioii bv luarluri' ; ,-rii>tr as the awill of the >-\ v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 September 1927

VOL. XIII. RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPT. 20, 1927 NO. 1. Rice T opics MAYOR HOLCOMBE'S warning that the destruction of any property or the injury of any citizen during the annual Slime parade would end all parades and similar events should be borne in mind by all students. • • • The regrettable incident at the old Scanlan building has placed the student body of Rice Institute on pro- bation with all of Houston, and only by practicing the most meticulous re- gard for the rights of property and inhabitants of the city will the stu- dents ever win bank the confidence of Houstonians. • # • The destruction of property should have no place in college life, but va- rious occasions during the year re- . quire the sanction of city officials. Unless students make an attempt to regain the trust of such officials, sev- eral annual stunts established by tra- dition are going to suffer seriously. • • • Such stunts are indeed important, for they serve to bring Rice closer to Houstonians. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 September 1927

>•'15, PAQE 2 JSSSSSSBM^SSSSILS^ i ; !| H l&fl THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during the month* of October, November, Deoember, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks In September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ____ ___ . — - , „ - - _____ _ j. c. mcneill editor-in-chief gaylord hart business manager menton J. murray managing editor SMtat Cmcitor THE SPIRIT OF ENTHUSIASM. On Thursday, September 15, four hundred freshmen registered at Bice Institute. On the following day about twice as many upperclass- men signed up for courses. Old friends were greeted; new acquaintances found; Slimes put in their proper places. A spirit of youthful enthusiasm prevailed, and the cloisters, after three months of drowsy quietude, awoke to the bustle and hum of student activity. Til© scholastic year 1927-28 has begun. Optimistic though this period of matri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 September 1927

TH1 THRESHKR—HOUSTON, TEXAS "You nailed him. Bee how easy It was. You should have been a yard farther in, tho. C'roon fellows. Lotsa pep there, Nami." Claude Rothgeb, the new Rice line coach, is instilling football knowledge into the line candidates and pep into the whole squad these days, and the field just west of the baseball dia- mond rings with his criticism and en- couragement. Mr. Rothgeb replaced Joe Bedenk at Rice this year, and the Blue and Grey is extremely fortunate In having such a mentor. He is a graduate of Illinois University and was chosen all-Western and ail-American end in 1903-04-05. Besides being a football star of such note, he was tHe only three-letter man turned out of the Northern school before basketball be- came an accredited major sport. Itothgeb tossed the weights with such proficiency that he attracted a good deal of attention in field events also. Upon graduation, Mr. Rothgeb took up his athletic duties at Colorado Col- lege, and was highly successful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 September 1927

PAQI 4 THE THRESHER—-HOUSTON, TEXAS dope Favorable— (Continued from page i) plica of Mann In his actions except that he isn't weighted with the care ot running the team and thus should be even more brilliant action. This will be his second year in Conference circles and will probably be a history making one for the S. M. U. Junior. Texas has the makings of a team second to few in the Americas. Vet- eran men for every position will have to tussle strenously to keep stalwart Freshman graduates from replacing them. A dual-captaincy will be tried this year with Rufus King, the plung- ing fullback, as one leader and big Ox Higgins, tackle and end, leading the line in battle. Joe King, Sewell, Es- tes. Baldwin, Beular, Rose. Wray, Tin- ner, Ford, Reynolds, Rees, McCul- toiigh, Allen, Brown, Cox, Beaty, Hughes. Wllbanks, Phillips. Burnet, Adleta, the two McLemores, Wliitsell, Earle, etc. ad Infinitum represent the former squad men reporting, both rrom Varsity and Freshmen. A new Coach in h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 September 1927

i B I I 1 1 it \> if \i •iSPl VOL. XIII. RICE INSTITUTE, HOU8TOU, TEXAS, SEPT. 30. 1927 No. 2 OWLS MEET BEARKATS TOMORROW Ti • rp • Rice T opics THE attitude of Houston papers to- ward Rice Institute has, for some time, been a subject almost too ten- der for discussion. Editorials in one evening paper last year, especially those concerning student democracy and the episode at the Scanlan build- ing, showed a feeling of decided un- friendliness toward the Institute. OyO It is with great pleasure that we ob- serve the efTorts of one local news- paper man to line up with Rice and to, show the proper regard for the lo- cal school. Mr. Lloyd Gregory, sportB editor of the Houston Post-Dispatch, has been running in the columns of his section articles which reveal his friendly interest in Rice and his de- sire to know the student body better. OyO Mr. Gregory's interest is not merely for the improvement of his sport pages. He has extended most courte- ous aid to the staff of The Thresher,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 September 1927

PAGE 2 THI Plprv C p^Pi^^HEi^Bpmll TEXAS # A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during the month* of Oetober, November, December, January, February, Mareh, April, May, and the last two week* in September. Entered a* aeeond clas* matter Oetober 17, 1916, at the postoffloe In Houston, Texas, under the Aot of Mareh S, 1879. j. c. McNeill editor-in-chief gaylord hart business manager menton j. murray managing editor THE STAFF EDWIN P. NEILAN Sports Editor KATHRYN WILSON Features Editor GORDON TURRENTINE Associate Editor VAUGHN ALBERTSON Associate Editor CONTRIBUTORS THIS ISSUE Jack Baehr, Jeannette Gorski, Charline Lallier, Beverly Fonville, Ted Strong, Luke Osborne, Evelyn Epley, Dutch McKinnon, Grace Felder, Norman Mundy, Jack Shannon, T. O. Wood, Famojo Jr. COMMUNAL LIFE IN COLLEGES. There has recently been established in South- ern California the second of the Claremont Col- leges, a unique group of schools which owe their existence to the generosity of Mrs. El...

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