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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1928

EDITION VOL. XIII. HOUSTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1928 NO. 26 i 3', / • , AMPUS TRAGEDY WILL HALT CLASSES i..y Vice Topics The Thresher takes this opportun- ity to advocate the establishment next year o£ a night cabaret on the Rice campus. The publicity would be in- finite while the resulting benefits to the immediate student body, faculty, and office, would hardly be apprais- able. In conformance to the usual rules of civilized warfare, a very de- verting revue could be procured from points east and business carried on in an exquisitely progressive manner. Patronage, guaranteed by the Student Council, would be assured. This is only one of our plans for taking the load of study off exhausted students. « * ♦ All this commotion over a visiting poet strikes us as being very, very childish, very amusing, and very parti- san. The Rice Institute, is ' fortunate in having thoroughly capable poets even In her midst, without creating a furore over foreigners. For exam- ple, Mr. Branch Mas...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1928

*> TWO THE THRESHER—HOUSTON, TEXAS A WMkly paper published by the Students of Mm Institute during the month* of Ootober, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the laat two weeks In September. Entered ae eeoond elaes matter Ootober 17, 1916, at the poetoffloe In Houston, Texae, under the Aot of Maroh S, 1879. j. c. McNeill ioitor-in-chiif gayloro hart bu8ine88 manager menton j. murray managing editor SOPHOMORE STAFF Ted Strong Editor Guy Webb Business Manager Abel Pierce Artist John Mortimer Associate Editor Branch Masterson Sports Mary Hallie Berry Society Lavoisier Lamar Features CONTRIBUTORS Jack Sanderford, Grace Pelder, Mary E. Tisdale, Carl lllig, Ber- niee Ludeau, Luke Osborn, Flecker Brown, Durell Carothers, Mary Chandler Lyman. POLITICS AND PUBLICATIONS "There shall be elected at the annual Rice elections, an assistant to each of the following officers: Editor of the Thesher,, the Owl, and the Cam- panile; and business manager of the Thresher, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1928

THI THRESHER—HOUSTON, TEXAS THREE MM Mi pH ;feji ■'if® is mm ,<■#11 lljj II.. .■"■la ■'t • I fi If iiit Mffi- 'a'wV ' m m & ■ <•■ 1 •r J ■:.!'? IHTOHIOriC TM ■V FLOYD DRUDQCRY The loss of nine of the first ton conference games should mean little or nothing to our sterling "^teeball nine. The fight displayed In the last 8. M. U. game along near the ninth Inning will prove that most conclu- sively. The nonchalant air ot Lefty Keith Is still apparent when he takes the mound and the average of six errors per game does not prevent that re- current line, "Keith settled down after the third inning and pitched good baseball" The writer has inquired diligently as to why the dlseaster In- variably descends in the first three inning, but no definite results have been obtained. * • • Old Man Error has adopted the Owls as his very own. It is apparent that the whole team has worked hard for this signal honor from the Old Man, and that they are running away from all conference competitio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1928

o FOUR THE THRESHER—HOUSTON, TEXAS GRAPHIC: SECTION (APOkOCiltS Yo RALPH OfMCTOM) SNAPSHOT OF kATW BONK Of CoNTC NfTION BETWEltN SOPHS AND 3Llf^ES £>===?> A STUDENT CANVAS-KISSERS £MBRACE ROSIN IN BIG INSTITUTE ATHLETIC SlOW kMMu* WT rHAV if fi ainiW" BONGO LAND) CENTRAL AFRICA v /^CTUML CLOSCUP OP THRIUJNG CAPTURE OF RHODfcSIAN WOOrUS , EXHIBITED >M RICg ENG'NQ SHOW That every girl who croBgea her legs does so for display purposes. « • • That the president visits the Insti- tute once a month. • • • That all girls who attend picnics in Hermann Park do so in hopesi of meeting Rice boys. e • • That biology assistants will pass any girl who bestows proper attentions on them. • a That to play society, money and a car are the only essentials. *09 That freshmen need to be tamed and others need to be trained. • • • That rough dancing at Rice dances is done by intruders from town, a s That seniors are snobs. * * That every co-ed aspires to vamp a prof or a football hero. t # # That...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 April 1928

US iff MP Sal IS WIM 1*1 TP™ VOL. XIII, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 28. 1928 NO. 27 k SOPHOMORE CLASS DOOMED | political Mud) Social Stars Say Sport 'Shindig' Walter "Dutch" McKlnnon, a lore- most contributor to The Thresher and Campanile, is a candidate for president of the Student Association. * • * J. C. McNeill, editor of The Thresh- er, has been entered by his friends as a candidate for president of the Stu- dent Association. * * * Bert Peckhan, secretary-treasurer of the Junior Class, has been announced as candidate for treasurer of the Stu- dent Association. * * * T. S. Chapman is running for the position of councilman-at-large. • * Tom Daley, the present editor of the Owl, is a candidate for the editor- ship of the Campanile. * « Griffith Lawhon, the editor of Cam- pus section of this year's Campanile is also running. * * * Slime "Buck" Moore, protege of Charles Mann, is a candidate for as- sistant business manager of the Cam- panile. He also holds the staff nom- ination for this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 April 1928

TWO THg THRE8HMAN—HOU8TOW, T1XA8 , Y t Til TIKESI1AR A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April May, and the last two weeks in Sep- tember. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the post- office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. J. c. McNeill GAYLORD HART MENTON J. MURRAY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER MANAGING EDITOR FRESHMAN STAFF H. L. Hensley Editor H. B. Wright Business Manager Charles Ward Assistant Business Manager Rowena McLaughlin Associate Editor Willis Hughes Managing Editor Brice Armstrong Sports Elizabeth Van Law . Society sodjyiAcnvnvs UUM«)dlUU IUllHUtllUHUllUIIIHIIIIIUIHIU<IIIIIIUIUlllUUMIimUltUIUItlU<UllilU Mrs. Sterling McCall baa selected the afternoon of June 2. for a tea honoring Miss Caroline Monroe and Mrs. Hal Blggers, seniors. Mrs. N. O. Monroe is entertaining the afternoon of My 9 with a tea at her home, honoring her daugh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 April 1928

THE THRItHMAM—HOUSTON, TEXAS THREE OWI-STEEIIS IN OvM MECT SATwDAT BRACEY ON CINDERS AND CABANISS ON POLE TOJEATURE Ondeok Go d (or "Our Boyt" With Whole Team in Good Shape Tomorrow will see Coach Claude Rothgeb's Racing Owls Indulge In a dual set-to on the cinder paths at Rice Field with the touted Longhorns. Given a slight edge over the Steers, the Owl runners are a sure bet to make an interesting go of it and we'd not be surprised if those fighting fel- lows grab another - track vie tory to increase their several notches on the family broom. Mr. Lloyd Greg- ory of the Houston Post-Dispatch and his friend "Jinx" Tucker of the Waco News-Tribune, both seem to give our boys a big hand in pre-conference pre- dictions, while even inexperienced dopesters can glean from Owl efforts in previous meets that the Owls will have 15 or 20 points cinched in the conference tilt at Waco on May 11-12. Our biggest bets tomorrow are Hie infallible Claude Bracey, almost a sure-shot in the century and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 April 1928

FOUR THE THRE8HMAN—HOUSTON. TEXAS BOOK LOOKS ADAM AND EVE—By John Ersklne, This book hits very Utile to do with the apple or the snake, and God is only mentioned in one place in the ilrst chapter; therefore, one can be perfectly sale in reading it. it is very humorous and eouitiBts mostly oi dialogue. This dialog-;e is concerned mainly with love and should be found interest Ins by must people. Adam is Hi, poor, inexperienced man; in fact, he is almost us innocent as Slime (ire;her Eve and Lllitli are his devil and deep blue sea The author tries to scold and flatter the ladies at the same time in tills book and, of course, this is somewhat quest ionable, as .Very lew men have ever succeeded ill standing on tWO sides of the teuce win ii women .ne concerned. # # # CRUDE—By Robert Hyde. Tin- could not be more appropri aiely named: jt is actually crude, it deals with crude nil and crude people, .ind results in Crude situations. < >m• can. lo a certain extent, forgive the anthOi whe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 April 1928

«r <P Mm PtoMmm It • • • ■%i assnxir • • • Advice to Lovelorn KIIIIIIIUtllUIIIIIUUlHIIUIlllllUUIlUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllUIIIIIMIIIIHIIIilllllUIIII Dear Mill Flxlt: Our's ia a tale of the deepest woe, so please give as your wisest council. We are three respectable young men, but some times, even the best of us lurch from tbe straight and narrow! Just for a little excitement, we hopped off to Bchulenburg one night. A fine little city; but Just as Dame Luck would have it, three of Schulenburg's noisiest flappers gave us the luring eye and glad smile. What could we do? We were gentlemen and could not ignore them. Now, Miss Fixi;, our respective loves in Houston have reaped of the news, and we are in a muddle. Help, please. Three Despondent Lads. My Dear Lads: You are in a mess, but I have an idea. Decide on the ones you love best. As for the rejected ones, lure them out on a bridge some dark night, and give them a gentle shove. If you can't decide between them, then try Hempstead. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 April 1928

16 A ; k:,&\ " ' . MB®M lis THg THR18H MAM—HOUSTON, TEXAS 1 Ilia i- .f.. ■ I • f 'A' , ; m \■ ; I ' ■Hps'-V i ■ II TO A MYRTLE TREE Dear, pink blowonsd thing, 'Tta dusk time. I tall you that Because I love you more, When locusts sing and start dust fills the air. Then the gentle, hushed stillness Finds stiller depths In my quiet soul. Dear pink blossomed thing, I A gentle coolness stirs one solitary branch. Or can a branch of you be solitary? A single bird soars 'gainst the sky. I wish that I some magic way Could use his wings and know The joy of being nearer heaven, The bird that in me's caged, poor thing, And yet sometimes, it seems to soar, Or else 1 would not love you so, Dear, dear, pink blossomed thing. —ELADSIT. CONCERNING MATH 0 Mr. E. A. Miles, instructor in Math- ematics O, seems to have covered the necessary assignments for that class and the students have finished the course. Final examinations were "un- dergone" last Monday, April 23. Let us hope that these students...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1928

VOL. XIII. SSSSSSSSSSSm HOUSTON, TEXAS. MAY 4. 1928 NO. 28 Dramatic Club To Stage Final May 10-11 iT- Rice Topics j ON next Monday, May 7, the annual spring elections will be held. Pe- tlons nominating candidates for the various offices in the Students' As- sociation have been turned in, and everything is in readiness for the selection of officers by the student body. It is a deplorable fact that too often the choice of voters in student elec- tions is Jjased, not on the experience and abilities of the nominees, but on acquaintance and popularity. * * * Moreover, it is to be regretted that students as a whole do not take suffi- cient interest in such elections to find out the qualifications of the various candidates for the positions to which they aspire. Too many voters come to the polls totally unprepared to make an Intelligent choice, and gov- erned by the whim of the moment they produce election results that are often surprising. • * * O These are faults that may possibly be cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1928

TWO *:v THE THRESHER—H0U8T0N, TEXAS ipij cr 11 11 pi C I I IWL13II A weakly paper published by the Students of Rlee Institute during the months of Ootobor, November, Deeember, January, February, March, April, May, and ths last two weeks In September. Entered as second elass matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflee In Houston, Texas, under ths Aot of Maroh 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 Feature Editor MARGIE THIEL Society Editor GORDON TURRENTINE Associate Editor VAUGHN ALBERTSON Associate Editor TED STRONG News Editor BEVERLY FONVILLE News Editor WALLACE FRANKLIN Advertising WALTER HALL Advertising LAWRENCE HAMILTON Advertising CONTRIBUTORS Dr. Theo Bald Biinkus, Ted Strong, Grip Lawhon, Menton Mur- ray, Bosco Baumberger, Evelyn Epley, Mejo, Rowena McLaugh- lin. Willie Kalifey. SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS Rice Institute and her potentialities for strengthening c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1928

. Hi -til THE THRESHER—HOUSTON, TEXAS THREE I I ;; ri':H -.1 111 BEAR FlY CHASERS liAKE TWO GAMES Owls Unable to Cope With Play of Probable topi BY E. P. NEILAN Weakness at bat combined with er rors in the field, and the wildness of the pitchers on the mound for the Owls gave the Baylor Bruins a double win over the Rice Owls In a pair of games played at Rice Field Monday and Tuesday afternoons. The first game waB a battle of pitchers until late in the eighth when Dlddly Abies lost control of himself and the ball after a tough decision had robbed him of a hit in the seventh. The earnestness of the play resulted in two minor injuries. Danny Allnoch was knocked out by crashing into the grandstand while chasing a fly foul In the second. He suffered a badly split lip, but continued to play. Schied of Baylor was also knocked out by crashing Into the Rice player's bench while chasing another pop foul later in the game. He was' unable to con- tinue, and Shelton took his place. Baylor got ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1928

/X) POUR THE PAROLE—HOUSTON. TEXA8 v. ! SOCIFTY UV/V/lLi 1 1 Dunlap, student at Rice last year and bride-elect of June, is being extensively entertained in the days preceding her marriage to Andrew P. Smith. Bridge parties and luncheons are among the hospitalities planned for her. •%* * * Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Place announce the engagement and approaching mar- riage of their daughter, Ethel, to Thomas Hickey. The marriage is to take place the evening of June 4. The bride-elect is a member of the Rice senior class, anil Mr. Hickey is a graduate of 1927 from the mechanical engineering department. * * * Miss Gene Rhodes was Jjostess at a teu la*t Friday afternoon at the Cher- okee tea room which had as honor- ees Misses Lura Duff and Margie Thiel. seniors, and Madge Barrick, Rice graduate of '27, who is to be married June 2 to Jesse Madden. The group of girls who assisted In the din- ing room were Misses Bernice Lu- deau, Marian Spencer, Lois Street, Virginia Goodman, Ivonian Taylor, Ma u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1928

"V, ■ • ■ '.?f| ■''v iJsi * { , VOL XIII. HOUSTON, TEXAS. MAY 11,1928 NO. 29 Run-off Election Set For Monday; Six On Ticket McNeill and Wo«d Mi„ NEW BOOKS OUT Majority by Few Votes PECKHAMTREASURER Patterson and Daley Each Given Large Majority The run-off election for the purpose of choosing a president of the Stu- dent Association, vice president of the Student Association, and editor of the Thresher, will be held Monday morn- ing, according to a statement made Wednesday by Milton Eckert, judge of the election. A run-off election Is necessary due to the failure of any of the candidates for the above offices to receive a majority vote. J. C. McNeill, candi- date for president, missed receiving a majority sufficient for election, by only six votes, while T. O. Wood, candidate for editor of the Thresher, missed the required .majority by only 10 votes. The race for vice president of the Student Association was fairly close, Miss Annie Oma Jacobs receiving 160 votes, Miss Williams, 113,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1928

TWO THE THRESHER—HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute during the months of Oetober, November. December, iy n Entered se eeeond class matter October 17, 1916, at the poetoffice In Houston, Texas, undsr the Aet of Msroh 8. January, February, March, Aprlf, Ma; 1879, and the last two weeks In September. j. c. mcneill GAYLORD HART MENTON J. MURRAY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER MANAGING EDITOR 'At's the last dance In the Commons ' —until next year for some—forever for others—had you thought of that? But dont get sentimental—time flies too fast for that—and It won't be long now until we'll all be singing "Home Sweet Home." THE STAFF EDWIN P. NEILAN KATHRYN WILSON MARGIE THIEL GORDON TURRENTINE VAUGHN ALBERTSON TED STRONG BEVERLY FONVILLE WALLACE FRANKLIN WALTER HALL LAWRENCE HAMILTON Sports Editor . Feature Editor Society Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor News Editor News Editor Advertising Advertising Advertising And that reminds us of tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1928

. i( . f : I > ill h THE THRESHER—HOUSTON, TEXAS THREE m FROG FLY CHASERS Rice Nine Show* Class; Score Nine Runs In One Inning Displaying a rugged determination at bat and the will to win, the Rice nine took a pair of games (rom the Horned Frogs of T. C. U. last. Fri- day and Saturday at Rice Field. The scores were 6-5 and 11-9. The first game was played in a drizzling rain which at times resem- bled a cloudburst. In spite of this there were only two miscues and the teams as a whole played excellent ball. The slippery oval was a handicap to the pitchers who despite the weather pitched good ball. Roy Barnes was the feature hitter with a double and a home run in three trips to the plate. Roy scored three runs, Hode Furman with 3 out of 4, and Dickinson with a perfect day j at the bat also aided the Rice cause. Captain Tolle chunked the ball for eight and one-third Innings with mark- ed success but gave way to Abies in the last inning after the FrogE had jumped on his delivery for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 May 1928

FOU* NEWS AGENCY FACTS TO CASH IN ON FROSH - SOPH BATTLE (Continued from Page One) the good humored expectancy of a holiday crowd. The Rice band furnished music throughout the program. "The Doll An ambitious and Imaginative news _ agency, which described the Dart- j t>auce" ^wttB played.^ wasi^ttoe^ mouth freshman-sophomore class rush in terms of war and murder, brought down on the college a deluge of tele- grams and letters from frightened par- ents who feared that their sons had been at least maimed. The news agency had sent similar stories to various cities, substituting in each, however, the name of a local boy who was made the hero. Included in the news accounts were such descriptions as "battle-scarred, blood-soaked cam- pus," "citizens were forced to flee from the enraged fighting-mad young men" and "later they raided Butter- field hall and tore up flooring, desks and other furnishings which fed a monster bonfire in the middle of the campus during the night." Dartmouth Col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 May 1928

mm 11 B i H t I V i m |9| II ••I WM i $ & J, VOL. XIII. HOUSTON, TEXAt MAY 18,1928 NO. 30 Owls Take Track Championship —— ' ' ■ I „ , i i III II, I Ml TEXAS U. NETTERS GAIN EARLY LEAD IN ANNUAL MEET Meet ALLEGED HAZING EPISODE RESULTS IN $50,000 SUIT Former Student Sues Rice, Claiming Permanent Injury A damage suit for 150,000 was filed in the Sixty-first District Court Tues- western Conference tennis tourney on j day against the Rice Institute by M. the Rice courts, Thursday, when they j L. Dew, Jr„ a resident of Hidalgo won all their matches. Each one of! County, who was a student in Octo- the quartet went into the third round j ber, 1926. to begin this morning, by virtue of j Permanent disability as the result decisive victories in the first and sec- i of hazing forms the basis of the suit, ond rounds. j Dew charges that he was unlawfully Morris Appell and Tom Barr of the | assaulted by upperclassmen on Octo- Owl quartet, also went into the third ber while a resident of East ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 May 1928

TWO THE THRESHER-HOUSTON, T1XA8 THE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rlee Institute during the months of October, November, OeeemlMrt January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks In September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1910, at the postoffiee in Houston, Texas, undsr the Aot of March S, 1 79. j. c. McNeill gaylord hart menton j. murray EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER MANAGING EDITOR the 8taff EDWIN P. NEILAN KATHRYN WILSON MARGIE THIEL GORDON TURRENTINE VAUGHN ALBERTSON TED STRONG BEVERLY FONVILLE WALLACE FRANKLIN WALTER HALL LAWRENCE HAMILTON Sports Editor . . Feature Editor Society Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor News Editor News Editor Advertising Advertising , Advertising SOCIETY Palmer Memorial Chapel was the scene of an interesting wedding at high noon Tuesday when Miss Polly Harris of AmarUlo was given In mar- riage to Rev. Robert MacCallum, rec- tor of Autry House. Bishop Clinton S. Quinn read the ritual. The bride en- te...

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