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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 November 1917

PAGE HV* FOUR EtQHT COACHES PtLLEO WtTM ROOTERS QO TO AUSTtN TO SEE RtCETEXAS GAME. Much Merriment Make Memerabte Oeea- eton—Twenty-Four Won re of Wttartty. Return Trtp Seee Much Fteh Batting. Four hundred Rice students, including many Co-eda, left the Southern Pacific depot Saturday morning, October 27, to witness the annual battle between the Rice Owis and the Texas Longhoms. Two iocomotivea puiied the apecial train composed of eight weii-fiiied coaches, in- ciuding a baggage car and three Puii- mans. On each side of the center coach hung a huge banner on which was print- ed the warning, "Look Out Longhoms— The Owis Are Coming." From 7:30 Saturday morning untii 7:30 Sunday morning the students of Rice In- stitute made merry. Nothing happened during that twenty-four hours to mar their pieasure. They departed for Austin eager, expectant and hiiarious. They came back from Austin tired, but happy and contented. The baggage car, which served as a student exchange, was very popular. One...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 November 1917

4.'". Uniforms are tailored in the same high degree of fabric and workmanship as characterize their civilian modets. This house is exclusive headquarters for Kup- penheimer Uniforms, priced at— We cater to the trade of Rice Student* 9" Uni- forms and accessories. QVHJAN CLOTHES Priced from $!5 Up Hats $3, $3.50 and up to $7.50 WINTER UNDERWEAR In Abundant Assortments "Satisfaction Must Be Youfs" Mahi Street The Kuppenhe!tner Houne of Houaton y! OP VO(7RSELF AMONG OTHER GOOD THINGS UPON WHICH YOU COULD SPEND yf Pea) Do//ars /o GOOD y4DML4N7^GE A realty True Likeness that You. Your Family and^Friends will att Appreciate PAoFograpAer Phone Preston 1446 502 1-2 Main St. )T OEFEATEO BY THE RtCE OWLETS High School Team of Beaumont Gives the Scrubs of Rice tnstitute a Good Fight. !n a. fast, snappy game the Rice Insti- tute scrubs Saturday afternoon, Novem- ber 3,defeated the Beaumont High Schooi eteven by tt^ score of 7 to 0. The game was ciMtn and wett played throughout. The Beaumont boy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 November 1917

Volume 3 HK3E INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 23, t9i7 Number N OWLS VICTORS OVER PIRATES SOUTHWESTERN MAKES A PAIR OF TOUCHDOWNS. Pirates' Defense Extremely Good, Hold- ing Mice 18-H in First Half—Far- ward Passes Are Used Effect- ively by Visitors. Every Rice supporter at the game on November 10th received somewhat of a shock the Hrst half, when Southwestern held the Owis to a 13 to 6 score. The relief was certainly great when that third period rolled around and the score had mounted to 34 to 7. The defense of the Southwestern team was extremely effective against the llrst Owl back Held, stopping plays without difHculty that have not been consistently stopped this season. It was a rather remarkable performance and difficult to accomplish. However, the Rice line, seeing what they were up against, and with a new backHeld be- hind them, bored into the piay the sec- ond half, and in quick succession scored three touch-downs and as many goals. This quarter was the bright spot of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 November 1917

Page Two THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodical published by the students of the Riee institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-ciaas matter October IT, 1916, at the postoffice at Hous ton. Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Hates. Per copy 10c Per Academic Year .75c Business Office. Room 104 Administra- tion Buiiding. !toy H. Lillard Editor-in-Chiaf J. T. Rather. Jr Managing Editor Camille Waggaman... Associate Editor THE THMEaHBR. NOVEMBER 83, 1M7 R. W. Patten Business Manager H. Brown Asst. Business Manager Phone Hadley 4803 L. O. Butter Circulation Manager H. A. Cain.. .Asst. Circulation Manager ltarv Clark Weir.. Asst. Cir. Manager T. S. Simons Athletic Editor J. Harlyn Carson. Asst. Athletic Editor Stail Reporters Charles M. Rudd Miss Sarah Lane LuciusM. Lamar Miss Anna Ricketts Sven Helland fttul Boynton .]. R. Shannon Heiber t.ACK ()i SPOHTSMAXSHt!'. It is not out purpose or desire to side viih any team iti^the State against atiolitcr. but there Xre some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 November 1917

' THE THRESHER. NOTEMBER 98, 1917 Page Three ' The TufHy & Scoggin': Shoe Co. Military Footwear The Fie! J Shoes Extraordinary Made of Soft Grained Long Wearing Catfskin. THE SPIRAL WRAPS $4.50 a Pair TUFFLY & SGOGaNS SHOES a/so HOSIERY Croon J /%or R:ce /Vo?e/ ,/ % MABETO Real Tailor Made Uniform ORDER ^ j y 50 T0PUT0W Made of the Finest Khaki Made In America O. D. Wool $40.00 Fine O. I). Serge $40.00 Spec/a/ frf'ce /o /R/ce AuJenfs [T [S A $45.00 VALUE FINE GABADINE $45.00 AfaJe-fo-Meosure an^ GuaranfeeJ /o f/ease an J Kou. CXPERtENCED army men will tell you that a uniform to fit C< correctly and to have the right amount of style to it, must be made-to-measure by experienced uniform tailors. We are the only real Military TailQrs jn Houston. We are not only making satisfactory uniforms for the best posted men of Camp Logan, but are Post Tailors at Camp Travis and Camp Stanley at San Ant#hio. 7Vte targes? Mt/Mary 7a?/ors /n Texas er- 4t0 MAtN STREET HOUSTON JUNIORS HAVE W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 November 1917

Page Four THE THRESHER. NOVEMBER S3, 1*17 Southern Pacific Lines OFFER Res? .Service %o DALLAS, AUSTIN, SAN ANTONIO. FT. WORTH, WACO, BEAUMONT, EL PASO, LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO, NEW ORLEANS Eastern Pom/s CITY TICKET OFFICE 520 MA!N STREET. RICE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE PRESTON 224-253 C. E. LEWiS C. T. A. Lt ot-ot tj & pmcn. TOM HOOD. D. P. A. LEOPOLD & PKfCB. inc. Kuppenheimer Uniforms are tailored in the same high degree of fabric and work- manship as characterize their civiiian modets. This house is exclusive headquarters for Kuppenheimer Uniforms, prided at-— $16.50 We cater to the trade of Rice Students on Uniforms and accessories. CIVILIAN CLOTHES Priced from $) 5 Up Hats $3, $3.00 and up to $7.50 WINTER UNDERWEAR In Abundant Assortments "Satisfaction Must Be Yours" ** W) Main Street Opposite Rice Hote) ! he Kuppenheimer House of Houston" Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co. Music—Afternoons 4 Unti) 6 CVEKY afternoon, between the above hours, Paul Berne and associate LL musicians p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1917

i titL i Volume M BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 14,1917 Number 6 TEXAS FOOTBALL HAS GREAT YEAR CHAOTIC CONMTMMS HAVE MT. TM3 EFFECT ON THE 8POHT. But One Team FaUs Below Standard— A. ]p M. Banks Highest, With Rhe * a Close Second—The Com- parative Scores. The curtain falls on a great season of football in Texas. The game has suf- fered remarkably little, considering the chaotic conditions, and the season has given some wonderful exhibitions of coaches' and players' ability. Only one team has fallen below the standard, and that team has put up a game fight aii year and wound up the season in splen- did form. A. & M. has cornered the greatest share of glory, with Rice as- suming a slightly lesser role. -T. C. U. with a freshman eleven, after losing to Rice in their Anal game, overcame aii opposition and ran rough-shod over aii remaining opponents, including the Baylor team. The Christians added a 34-0 kick to the already siiding Bears that sent them far, far below first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1917

Page Two THE THRESHER, DECEMBER M, 1M7 COMMUNICATIONS [Kdtt'M-'h Xote.—The following three articles ar.s connnuntcatlous coming from the student body. They represent the views on affairs at Mice of an aca- demic and an engineering studant and of a co-3d, a fair representation of the student body, we think. These arti- cies were unsoiicited and came to our notice to be printed for whatever they are worth]: Editor of the Thresher. There can be no doubt that the situa- tion as described in "An Opinion" doe& exist. The most frivolous of th ' ft ivo- tous little co-eds knitting pir.k sweaters in the cioisters witi teti you. with her adorable little Rice tisp, "Something's w) )t]g—don't know what—but some- thin'." And the bravest ot the brave eds. hoiding out tier skein of pink woo) in patriotic abandon, witi add darkiy, "Mice ain't tike it used to be." The question, then, is not. "is there ;ny dissatisfaction'.'" but. to quote a succinct tin* trt.m one of our younger poets, "What the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1917

DECEMBER A4, 191? „.L„i Page Three — ^- f^W'ii^4'''#'! T Top [{ow (standing) — l'oweli, Brooks, Morgan. Dow, Tips, Dunlap, Lindsey. iit-ii, Creen, Kennetiv. Coacit Atbmkle, Wiison. Second How—Nash, E. McEariand. Sitaw, itudd, \\*. MfHniand. Buck, Heatii. Bottont How—Haut, Matthewson, Dor;nattt, W'atiace, Middieton, Jarvis, Harian, .larreit. OWLS ARE GtVEN ANNUAL BANQUET HOUSTON MEX A HE HOSTS AT H1(E HOTEL SPREAD. Mtick is Elected (Captain of 1918 Team ){ice Loses Brick, W. McEatland and Ru<id, Who Join Set-vice. The annua! banquet for the 1917 football team of the Rice Institute was held December 4 at the Rice Hotel. This gala affair was given by N. T. Master- son, P. S. G-rogan and Wm. Weather- ford. Many were the delicacies served to the Warriors of Rice that night. Some of the dishes which were served during the banquet were: "Hors d'Oeuvres, a la Arbuckle," "Filet of Lake Trout, a la Fish', of 21," "Baked Crow, a la A. & M.," and "Bisquiet Tortoni, a la Coombs"—truly app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1917

3& Page Fowr THE THRESHER A fortntKhtty periodica! puhiished by the students of the Bice Institute at Houston, Texas. Hntered as second-ciass matter October 17, 1916, at the postotfice at Hous- ton. Texas, under the Act of March 3.1879. Subscription Hates. B r copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office, Boom 104 Administra- tion Buiiding. Hoy H. Lillard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Bather. Jr Managing Editor Catnllle Waggaman...Associate Editor i!. W. ratten Business Manager H. Brown Asst. Business Manager Phone Hadley 4803 THE THRESHER. DECEMBER !4, MM L. O. Butler. , i ..Circulation Manager E. A. Caiti.. .Asst. Circulation Manager Mmy Clark Weir. . Asst. Or. Manager T. S. Sitnotis Athietic Editor J. Hitrlyn Carson. .Asst.. Athletic Editor Sta)t itcporters Ch:uiesM. Hudd Miss Sarah Lane Lucius M. Latttar Miss Anna Kicketts SvenHcitand BaulBoynton J !L Shannon Itelber wttosr. Timj atone is a heaiing baini tor the wotnn)s we suffered on Thanksgiving day, Xovembet'29, 1!)1T. Ontyaswe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1917

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER M, 191T C L U3B 65 JOSEPH M. HERMAN & CO. have been manufacturers of 8hoea for the U. 8. Anuy Ever Since the Outbreak of the 8p*ni*h War. Government Specifkat!om< Gaerantee! 1. COMFORT 3. GOOD STYLE 3. LONG SERVICE !a Several States the entire National Guard are required by I law to wear H erman s U.S. Army Shoe The State Militia Officers have found this shoe the best on earth. . Look at a pair of these shoes at our local representative's store and see what army quality demands. Study the ma- terials ; examine the workmanship. You don't need the training of an expert in shoe leather to appreciate the superior worth of Herman's U. S. Army Shoe. Try on a pair your size and see how easy they are and how well they look on your feet. We Guarantee Satisfaction There are 12 styles in the army line, both russet and black leathers, and you are sure to And a shoe to please you. JOSEPH M. HERMAN & CO., Manufacturers, BOSTON g jKA)S7 lUFFLY & SCOCEtMS ^INMM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1917

Page Six THE THRESHER, DECEMBER M, t$t? LEOPOLD * PMCZ. !ac. 71%f *S*?orf o/ Men's Gifts everythinH: that the man t-eaiiy wantu— things that he can wear and enjoy every day. That's the keynote of tiatinfac- tory Christmas gift buying. Here are a few suggestions: Blanket Kobes $S.OM to Smoking Jackets S.00 to 10.00 Sweater Coats 8.00 to B.(Mt iamy Vests a.00 and m< LEOPOLD * PK!Ctt. !nc. Silk Shirts (In boxes) MuMers \''<kwt-a< Press and Auto (Hove* initial Handker- chiefs t'htix Handker- chiefs $3.00 to ttOO.MO i.OOto .30 to 300 4.00 .30 to 8.00 Pullman Mii)tpers $ 1 .00 and 1.30 Dress Sets i .30 and 8.00 Press Studs .50, .75 and i.OO ^iiiitary Brushes 3.50 to 0.00 Trttveiing Sets .20 to .30 .10 to .73 Traveling Hags Suit Cases Silk Ctttitreiias Soft atxi Stilf Hats 3.50 to 10.00 5.00 to 85.00 . 8.00 to 80.00 3.00 to 7.50 3.00 to 8.00 i udetwear, per suit $ i .23 to $3.00 Handkerchiefs, Sox ami Ties to match $i .30 and $8.00 Fancy Swspenders 30c, 73c and $1.00 S< a)f i'i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1918

*^TTT? Volume 3 OWLS SETBACK BY ARMY TEAM I08TH HXtHXHERS DEFEAT MCE IX FIRST BASKETBALL (jAMH OF SEASON. BICE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY M), !9iS Number 7 Contest in Closely Played—Anybody's Came Up to La^t Whistle—Mice's Xew Men Day Wei]. The Rice basketball quintet met their Hrst defeat of the season iast Saturday night at the City Auditorium when they piayed the teatn of Com- pany B, 108th Engineers of Camp Lo- gan. The score was 42 to 38. It was anybody's game from the Hrst to the iast whistie. At three or four times during the game was the score tied, and never was it one-sided. The soldiers' team was given strong support by the men from Camp Logan, and throughout the game they cheered wildly for their team. This was the Hrst athletic contest in which the men from the camp have been able to wres- tle victory from the Owl regulars. The soldiers came in early and filled the large section reserved for them. When Colonel Allen of the Engineers ap- - peared the men arose an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1918

Page Two THE THRESHER, JANUARY M, 1918 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodical published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916. at the postofflce at Hous ton. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Kates. 1'er copy 10c Per Academic Year ..75c Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Building. Hoy H. Lillard , ..Editor-in-Chiaf J. T. ltather, Jr. . . . .Managing Editor Camille Waggaman... Associate Editor R. W. Patten. . . . . .Business Manager Phone Hadley 4803 Albert Thomas. . . .Circulation Manager Mary Clark Weir..Asst. Cir. Manager T. 8. Simons Athletic Editor J. Harlyn Carson. .Asst. Athletic Editor StatY itcporters J. F. Jungman Miss Sarah I.ane Sven Heiland Miss Anna Ricketts .!. it. Shannon L. A. Reiber A \!W" \<A\ Y1AR. you belong to a brave Division which just covered itself with a glory at Cra- onne. It is weli. but do you know my land! J inhabit a smaii town near Phil- adelphia and I just ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1918

¥ - THE Reserved /or Tuffly <8? Scoggins Shoe Company 524 Afa%n *Sfreef RICE HOTEL BMLD7NC <r-tgg)--es^r-* Tb #<3rnM#M jRegTvAgfioH Army JS?/zo<2 Special Price to Rice Institute Cadets $6.75 a Pair It gives us pteasure to serve you Rice Students Phone Mey 44, Fannin and Eagle Sts, Kour Roo^ Acre PILCOT'S ^09 Ma/n 5?ree/ PHONE, ^R340! [EMGRAVMGllr? COMPANY! PRESTON Z,e( Us Afnoto Your Do ?Ae /Res/. OWL SUPPLY J. A. KHBLER, Proprietor OppoMte the Campus Texas Barber Shop 3)3 Mtiin Stteet' !n front of Rice Hott) WTterc /n^Mrufe Fee! ar Home OPEN AT NiGHT Tiras'Mode! Barber Shop { M. TiRAS, Proprietor I 7^Aoge C/aMt/ Co//ege /Vafrcu^ ! 9 !4 Texas Ave. Opp. /Vo^e/ Prcxton 1962 I JAZZ Our friend Hoover urges the observa- tion of meatiess and wheatless days. Some of the dormitory boys say that this is easy. They wiil have it that Eet- iess days are not uncommon in the mess ha!!, particularly on those occasions that the famous institute chtii is served. Speaking of mess hails (a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1918

Page Four THE THRESHER, JANtABY 19, Pettloteum and Its Prodocta *vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv^ THRHSH^X^^^4 OF 8AM3ME LEVY'S January White Sale Now in Progress Without question the greatest sale of its kind we have ever held. A year when market conditions make it seem nigh impossible to equal former years, we have exceeded all former efforts. Sale continues until Thursday of next week. { Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co. The Lumbermans National Bank ^onsro/v, rEx^5 Q4P/7^1L, 3(VRPLaS anJ PROF/r^ OPTR ONE M/LZJO/V OFFICERS S. F. CARTER, President M. S. MURRAY, Cashier GUY M. BRYAN, Active Vice-President R. F. NICHOLSON, Ass't Cashier H. AS. GARWOOD, Vice-President J. A.FITK, Ass't Cashier WM. D. CLEVELAND, JR., Vice-President ^ PN0r0G^y4PH OF VOLTR^ELF AMONG OTHER GOOD THINGS UPON WHICH YOU COULD SPEND y4 Do&M /o GOOD ^DM^N7^GE A Realty True Likeness that You, Your Famiiy and Friends Wili Ail Appreciate } HU7CHCR.4F71 PAo/ograpAer ^ Piione Preston 1446 502 1-2 Main Street ? t M7L7TAR V EQU7PMENT C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1918

^TTT? ^TTT) T?CtJ17D Volume a BICE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 3,1918 Number 8 RICE QUINT DROPS TWO TO TEXAS TEAM LONGHORNS HAVE EASY TIME !N MR8T BVT OWES FICHT HARD tN SECOND. With Dodge and Kingnlnnd Out Rice is tnubie to Cope With Fast TexM Attack—Owls Are Waiting Chance for Revenge. The Owls dropped two games to Tex- as Friday and Saturday nights, Febru- ary 1-2. In both games the Longhorns had the edge, winning the first by the safe score of 28 to 16. The second game was harder fought, and was al- most anybody's game until the final whistle. The Owls are waiting for their next chance, which comes on Feb- ruary 25-26 at Austin. The First Game. The Texans kept in the lead front nearly the very start, breaking down the Owl attack in a fast and snappy manner that the Owls could not stand up against. Rice showed poor form Friday night compared to the form displayed in earlier games. This was due in most part to the fact that the two star goal shooters were out of the game o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1918

Page Two THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY Z. 1918 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1M16. at the postoffice at Hous ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rates. P r copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c dents, but sttU we regret that some other means than this lampoonery couid not have been used. For a few days and nights following the appearance of "Tape," some disor- der occurred in the dormitories. What we most regret about this is that the newspapers ran such exaggerated re- EXCEHPT8 HtOM THE TEXAN " The foiiowing excerpts from editorial articies in tife "Daiiy Texan" show how our piight is viewed by other student bodies and with what diligence they are guarding against mistakes in the approaching formations of their "R. O. Business Office, Hoont 10 ! Administra- j tion Building. ; Hoy K. [.illard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Huther, Jr Managing Editor; Camllte Waggaman.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1918

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 9, 1918 Page Three TMf Space Reserved /or Tuffly 43? Scoggins Shoe Company 524 Af<3%n *y?r<eef RJCE HOTEL J3C//LD7NG Tb Herman Re^M/a^on Ar?n^ JShfiot? Special Price to Rice Institute Cadets .75 a Pair MCE QMNT MOPS TWO TO TEXAS TEAM (Continued from page 1) will probably be the scene of the two affairs, but the Young Men's Christian Association court may be used. The Hne-up: Bice. Texas. Dormant Deviney Right Forward Shaw. Brown Miller Left Forward Timmons Smith Center Wiison Greer Right Guard Taliaferro, Abbey Russeil, Gray Left Guard Fietd goals—Dormant 1. Shaw 1, : Tintmons 1, Taliaferro 7, Deviney 5, ; Miiier 4, Greer 4. Foui goals—-Titnmons 5, Greer 6. Referee, Mann. Timekeeper. Tisdaie.j It gives us pleasure to serve you Rice Students Phone Madiey 44, Fannin and Eagle Sts, Kour Roo^ Aore PiLLOT'S 409 Mc/n &ree^ w meMW tZOS'% Lef L/s Vour M'anfs—MKe'H Do OWL SUPPLY J. A. KHBLER, Proprietor Opposite the Campus Texas Barber Shop 5)3 Main Sttrnt tn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1918

Page Four THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY a. M!8 TOE GOKFUCT EETWEM REUHtOtt AM SNEME (Continued from page 1) Man, according to scientific philosophy, cannot be the center and aim of the universe. He is a link in the chain of beings, a link which is just as surely connected with the rest of existence as he is connected with the ape. or fishes are connected with the worms. Dr. Miils asks us here: "How does the atheistic evolutionist bridge the chasm into the piant kingdom from ptant to animal, from animal to man? Cut where is the bridge that he talks about? There is no bridge at ail con- necting the reiation between piant and animai and animal and man. Biology has demonstrated by closer investiga- tions that a!) the difference that exists between the plant and the animal, and between the animal and man, is oniy a reiative difference and not an absoiute nature. There is no deilned line of demarcation just where a piant ceases [ to be piant life and becomes animai iife, nor is there any defined...

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