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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 March 1929

'm, ■R ■-m IM- ■' wm tl m '1<4 - m m II k BY BLBBRT TURNER Welcome, Jack Meagher. The greeting, ii hardly new, since all Rice has rung with it during the past week; but we would have a diffi- cult time finding a phrase more ex- jpressive of our good will. So the beet o' luck and the top o' the hill to you, Jack. We're chuck full o' welcomes, folks. Here comes our old friend, Ernie Hjertberg, absent these past two years. There's no use presenting our Swe- dish track coach with the keys to the Institute, for he knows his way around the premises as well as the Test of us. But we wish him well just the tame,—and two good field men with whom to win the conference track championship. "SICK?" Mr. McCants and his Scotch jokes have become a matter of campus re- nown, but it is doubtful if the beloved head of the Athletic Council ever spoke as stirringly as he did last Monday at the giant student rally when he declared the Rice Owl slight- ly "sick" in a football way—and Coach Jack Meagher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 March 1929

■WW""'' WW ■*>'*" ymwgwm fiMSf KiCI WITH THE ENGINEERS High Prasure This is dedicated to the freshman who walked in the M. L., noticed the flasher advertising the theater party last Tuesday night, and looked around for the guy that was pulling the switch on and off to make the sign "blink!" * Arthur B. "Abie" Denman, an E. E. graduate of 1928, now with the lo- cal telephone company, was out last week to arrange interviews with the telephone company officials for those seniors who might be interested in this line of work. We have noticed many a junior en- Kineer in M. E. 310 running like the dickens to punch the clock when it's quitting time, but they don't act like that when "punching in." ♦ * * The juniors have taken up welding. All other occupants of the M. Ibet- ter use discretion and stay out of the basement if they want to avoid a baptism of sparks. This recalls to our mimU the incident of last year. * ♦ * Oiic junior, after trying to weld a I'ict'i i,c boilr plate with a No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 March 1929

•i* :f. v ■ * '■: ■/■ '': • * v;: ' l' ■ v/' A/- i, -y 'W'^WV, "w• " ':"^v* J*?/? ■ " 3^.%- • fV■ ■ " 1■ ■" RICH INSTITUTE Rice dances, your dances, the best dances, are itUl being held at the Autnr House. Lee's Owls will pl^ Saturday night from HB VOL 14 I .-'J f :J i * i I pa 1 V ' Modern Spain and Its literature is Lechpre Subject Pr*f«tt«r Staridt From Dublin It Talk Hare Next Week The Rice Institute announces a course of public lectures to be de- livered in the Physics Amphitheatre by Professor Walter Fitswilliam Starkie of Dublin University at 8:15 in the evenings of Wednesday, March BO; Thursday, the 21st, and Friday, te 22nd. Professor Starkie will speak ipn "Modern Spain and Its Literature," ,the first lecture will be on "Personal- ities of Modern Spain," and will deal with Spain from 1898 to date. On Thursday evening Dr. Starkie will speak on "The Modern Dramatic Movement in Spain," dealing with the great playwrights of the present day. And the lecture on Friday evening wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 March 1929

w 'm> m * a <fr. L THE A weakly paper published by tha ttudanta af Rise Inatltuta during the months of Oetober, November, Deeember, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeka In taptambar. entered aa aeeond elaaa matter October 17, 1116, at the poatofflee In Houaton, Texaa, under the Aet of March 3, 1879. ..Editor T. 0. Wood Wendell Hamrlck Buatneaa Manager Ted Strong Managing Bdltor THE STAFF Griffith Lawhon ........... Associate Bdltor Waldo P. McNelr — Aaaoclata Editor Elbert Turner Sporta Bdltor Howe 8. Drake News Bdltor Cherry Schwarts Society Bdltor Brelyn Epley Feature* Bdltor Isaac Oarrett Exchange Bdltor Mary Hailie Berry Advertising Assistant SPECIAL WRITERS Chester Griffin Vaughn S. Albertaon ♦STRICTLY BUSINESS BASIS" na m Rice Inititfftti 1919 A crowd of Slea Y. W. G. A. girla had. dinner tha other night with the aviatora out at Ellington Field and after dinner, the girla presented a twenty-minute vaudeville program. The girla came back in a truck...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 March 1929

£' I I I ■■> H % M J *1 m <\*j 'M Wi® 'M K-; ! i! a t: •> P, ■ 1 'i-E} ••' '■■ '^mrni l .f' fi ': \ 'I •1 II 13 v«J srr.r; -v f.WW£W<r: ■ - > ••, ♦/ _■ iWrr:;* \ .< —mm ('.? «■r, * v. Wf, "fv Sport Yarns ■ witf W.#> sly '..t'lriw#.' ISSHM "'ft.'.' ,^rv >., iV— ■' "^v c,' Br ELBERT TURNER "All right, Alt You're a tackle now. Let's go!" , Blunt Bang! Crash! And Jack Meagher, Rice's new football coach, boxes Mr. Serafiny of fit. Edwards ould In with a precision that wo you weep for joy. It's just Jack's way of demonstrating the technique of tackle play to an extremely willing 'but "green" bunch of Owl linemen. Irish? Oh My, Yes. If the name Jack Meagher does not signify anything in particular to you, just drop out on Rice Field some spring afternoon now and listen to that same gentleman talk. You'd spot that soft Irish brogue of Jack's blindfolded. Only a real Irish man can use the gentle drawl that Jack speaks, and Jack is Irish from the ground-up. Meagher seem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 March 1929

W*! \ www ■ :pK' V® •' =1=3=111= ice 5 1 The Elizabeth Baldwin, Literary So- ciety will give its annual card party to benefit the scholarship fund March 10 at the University Club. Miss Kathryn Logue, general chairman, is assisted by the following chairmen: Miss Jessie Jones, tickets; Miss Rita Hancock, tables; Miss Lynn Foster, prizes. Tickets may be had from them or from any other member of the so- ciety. a bridge party April 20 honoring three Rice aeniora, Misses Martha Agnea Allnoch, Ruth McCloy, and Dorothy Mobley. The Owen Wister Literary Society has reserved the date of March 22 to honor their pledges with a tea. Miss Maggie Shearn went to A. & M. College to be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Frats for the week-end, and attend the cadet dances. She re- turned home Sunday. Mi ss Laura Taylor and Miss Marion Rogers will honor a number of June graduates with a tea. The honorees are Misses Martha Agnes Allnoch, Ruth Dreaper, Annie Oma Jacobs, Ruth McCloy, Eleanor Trotter, Noim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 March 1929

I 7*^. f? ( -7*VrvV" "CI ' :T?T; I ■ ■■ jRS! | # ; ■ flP$- L •. r I®?-"'' l-v* • 1 <-'V.. A ■;, *PP9j®! m M Ik m£ I ■ M m 1 ,;,}! I JS .^i F L> " I ■tea MM ■ ■■ii I ssei WITH THE ENGINEERS lupr Slkos muat have bm oat lata ths night before, or something Ilka that, lor ho wrote "Toujar la femme" on tho outside of ona of Ma M. E. 480 problem*. When the prob- lem waa returned, he found that llr. Pound had written on .the outaida. «u ia labor omnia vlncetl" Teacher: "Johnnie, use 'income' in a aentence." Johnnie: "Mama waa kissing the piano tuner and income papal" Listen, gang, don't get griped be* cause the C. E. boys lock their down- stairs drawing rooms . . . remember they belong there, and an increasing number of men were using the room as a general senate chamber and bull- pen. It'a hard enough to figure stresses anyway without a .bunch of Senior and Junior boiler-busters and fuse-blowers raiaing all kinds of plain and fancy hell. This is dedicated to the guy who comes to Rice...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 March 1929

> ™ t , 1IC« T. •-^rv.^v.^.i, •'x' "* ^ ■'*■*'•**"' ''i-pH'? ''* •!'*' "•'•'/* ?...'• ..^ tv''-'"V'-,'•'•*"• ;>,; >- •'** ft Magggaggatta • v®smS! T"y? > "7V* :• ."; • •" wj, * ••••'*•? >. •** >u*a WITH THE ALUMNI AND STUDENT : BODY HAYING ALREADY BID YOU WELCOME, WE, THE BUSINESS MEN OF HOUSTON, WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT WE ARE BACKING YOU TO THE LIMIT. COUNT ON US AS RICE BOOST- ERS, AND REMEMBER ALL HOUSTON IS WISHING YOU SUCCESS. mm ERNIE HJERTBERG Track Coach JOHN F. MEAGHER Head Football Coach i m Coach "Ernie" says he has long since stopped having birthdays, but back in 1908 he is known to have "ar- rived" as a great coach of track when his Irish American Athletic Club con- tingent of the American Olympic team made nearly half of the United Slates' score. Then in 1912 and 1920 Hjertberg coached the Swedish and Dutch entries in the Olympics, the Swedes in 1912 scoring in 20 events, and in 1920 in 30. Edwin Wide got his start back in 1920 under Hjert- berg's tutel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 March 1929

y5,y?>'•; n«r •.f > ■ wttJIli Emm page 4 and try it £.¥• r.i:\ /■; WW ;■ «*#*■♦« +V«<+ STUDENT WEEKLY PUBUCATION RICE INSTITUTE The Band wrffwa. Bay a tiekat from aay member and dance at End & Main to- night. VOL 14 wmmm& 5555 MUNI LAST TALK I :1V;' ■ hv$." I' ' H! mm i I V,': w Novelists and Potts Modern Spain to Bo Subject Tonight Tonight at 8:15, in the Physics Amphitheatre, Dr. Walter Starkie of Dublin University will conclude a series of three lectures on Modern Spain. The genial Irish scholar talks this evening on "Novelists and Poets of Modem Spain." Wednesday evening the lecturer Oreated a charming background for his lectures by a history of Spain before delighting his small but appreciative audience with a discussion of Person- alities of Modern Spain. After an in- troduction by Dr. Moraud, Dr. Starkie, who deliberately conceals his intellec- tuality by his broad humanity, de- scribed the Iberian country and its people. "Medieval chivalry," he said, "is the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 March 1929

Wm, ■*<\ mi *■ '1 ;\l. M tf .# - N "" %3B 3W3 tPiS: •m. II ;w fmu" ' 21 - ■ '•■■■* tSjf' THE ER A weekly paper publlahad by tha Student* of Rloa Inatltuta during tha months of Oetober, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and tha laat two waaka in teptember. Intarad aa aaeend elaaa matter Ootebar 17, 1918, at tha peatofflaa In Hauaton, Taxaa, undar tha Aet of Mareh 3, 1879. T. O. Wood Editor Wendell Hamrlck Bualneaa Manager Ted Strong Managing Editor QrlHlth Lawhon. TH' Waldo P. McNelr „ Elbert Turner. Rowe 8. Drake ".77*7"" Cherry Schwartz Brelyn Epley. -T"'""'"'""" Isaac Oarrett Lee Johnson Mary Hallie Berry 7.7.'.!'.7.!'.!!7.'.!".'.7.7^! SPECIAL WRITERS Chester Griffin Associate Editor Associate Editor .— ...Sports Editor Newa Editor Society Editor ...Features Editor Exchange Editor Engineering Editor ...Advertising Assistant Vaughn S. Albertson RICE TENNIS COURTS NOT FOR PUBLIC. Tennis devotees in the Institute, and there are many, are finding it increasi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 March 1929

mm wmm f 'ik. >' i mw. Mii , nra PP3M * ffiHij®aMSa{ aa4iteW |f$$; * ' ' . . ' "*iP HSRU0 !> i-ffM- ■„ I ■ v ri ii m <-! « - By ELBHKT TUBNBfc A third IllinoU athletic star U add- •4 to the Rich ooaehin* •toff. He to none other then Marvin Durrenberger, new aaaiatont to Jack Meagher, head football coach. Although Marvin hail* frqjn Elgin. Illinois, he came all the way to Texaa tt>' do his iport starring. At St. Ed- wards University, Durrenberger shone brilliantly at end throughout the sea- sons of '28, '24, *25, and '26. In '20, this stocky 175-pounder was hailed the length and breadth of the state as the greatest Texas wingman of the year. And don't forget, one "Bags" Matthews was strutting his stuff at the same time. Welcome, Mr. Durrenberger. We're betting on you. Spring Football Teams that bud in the spring some- time blossom in the fall. Which is just another way of saying that Jack Meagher and his corps of coaches are doing everything in their power to get the Rice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 March 1929

lie High Pressure In the* spring a young man's fancy , . . My Gawd, ain't it all too true? If it were all Aeailoms, it would be dif- ferent, but who would suspect hard working Hairy Ears of turning to the wore fickle things of life? Just, glance about an M. K. 300 class room some pretty spring morniqg and see what you will see . . . fyl Ferrin dreaming o.f some sweet blond , . , Dick Yancey with his thoughts in the distant clouds . . . Von Case glancing affectionately al a certain ring on his finger . . . Faust with his arms around Franklin and ;i f;;r away look in his I'yos . . . John llailey having fond re- collections of full moons and sailboats . , . Kd Frerii-hs, that notorious bach- elor, re>'"V!Ting from the night be- fore . . . and even George Hawley \vonder>i;g. wondering . • • and as for i,ther: . well, come see for yourself. Huv takes week. 1 m in;. a I Jil t I. to the Wbl.'fl Main .l rncMt WVii >v.it trtu the Km «.f ve: liaving to ge! a)) pe.tli • I" '• o operat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 March 1929

.,T !'D- '■}<[: V - Can you write mm arti- cles, feature •torta or edi- torial! T Now la the'time to try. Sao your olaaa editor. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBUCATION RICE INSTITUTE Hava you any ideaa for the Improvement of the Thresh- or? Tell your elaee editor about them. The olaet leeuee begin next week. VOL 14 ss HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1929 NO. 23 Five Publication Positions Await Action of Board Value of New System to Be Tested by Board of Publication Rejection of several men slated to Bucceed to positions on the staffs of Rice Institute campus publications loopied this week with the announce- ment that the Board of Publications would meet some time next week to consider the qualifications of the as- sistant editors >and business manag- ers. Notice of the meeting came from J. T. McCants, member of the board. Protest has been '"heard from sev- eral quarters lately that assistant staff members have failed to live up to their duties, and consequently it is thought that the Boa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 March 1929

A weakly paper published by the Students of Rice Inetltute during the month* of Ootober, November, Deeember, January, February, March, April, May, and the laet two weeko In September. entered aa eeeond claea matter Ootober 17, 1010, at the postoffloe In Houston, Texai, under the Act of March 3, 1879. T. O. Wood - Editor Wendell Hamrlck Business Manager Ted Strong— Managing Editor THE STAFF Griffith Lawhon Associate Editor Waldo P. McNeir Associate Editor Elbert Turner t - Sports Editor Howe S. Drake News Editor Cherry Schwartz — Society Editor Evelyn Epley _ Features Editor Isaac Garrett Exchange Editor Leo Johnson Engineering Editor Mary Rallio Berry Advertising Assistant SPECIAL WRITER8 Chester Griffin Vaughn S. Albertson UNIVERSITIES, PRESBYTERIAN AND OTHERWISE "What does Rice Institute think about the move on foot to establish a Presbyterian University in Houston?" In the first place it might be answered that Rice is but mildly interested. On the other hand, there are many misle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 March 1929

« m: W vT?',1W™"™r W;p nrrf?1" By ELBERT TURNER The widely heralded sprint of the century between one Claude Bracey <ft Rice Inetitute and a Mr. Percy Williams of British Columbia, will not take place today at Austin during the running of the fifth annual Texas Belays. What had been noised about as a possible 5000 meter duel between Paavo Nurmi, the Phantom Finn, and Captain Emmett Brunson, premier middle distance runner of the South- west Conference, has faded into thin air. For one thing, it is highly doubtful If Williams will be present at the Texas Relays. For another, Bracey would probably be unable to meet him him due to the several 100-yard dashes for which he is carded in the univer- sity class. Captain Brunson is taking part in too many relay events to battle it out with Nurmi. The Finish distance wiz- ard will step over the cinders in a special race against Ray Conger. Lots of Pigskin Coach Jack Meagher announces that spring football training at Rice will more than like...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 March 1929

[> v *••'• :/TuT "••• • : "■■•■• ■.-'- •'•' •; • " i / * -■< ,ie tils WITH THE ENGINEERS High Pressure A. L. (Fish) Gil and L. 8. (Elsie) Benbury, renowned member# of the Chemistry Department of the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas, U. S. A., have recently announced a great sci- entific discovery, attained after weeks of exhausting labor. The Thresher has been commissioned to spread the news of the revolutionizing discovery to the innocent world, to foist on the unsuspecting scientific and social worlds the details of the marvelous discovery. And now for the roveulation! A magnifying lense of such stupendous power has been discovered by our two erstwhile colleagues as to allow an examination of Norman W. (Leaky) Faust's purported moustache. The personnel of the Che in department and its environs has been in a state of abject coma since the announce- ment of the discovery, and only slaughter will appease tins avid mob. Hi K« Jfc Hydrogen to Chlorine (ili! till me when wilt thou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 April 1929

v C • STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION VOL. RICE INSTITUTE Senior Edition & HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1929 NO. 24 RICE TRACK TEAM WILL MEET BAYLOR HEREJATURDAY Rice to Win, Say Prophets, Though by Smaller Margin Than Latt Year The Baylor University track team will invade the nest of the Owls to- morrow for a fling at the team that overwhelmed them last year with a score of 87-30. The dope bucket tells us that the Owls are due to win again, tho proba- bly not by such a large score. Gradu- ation last June took its toll from the ranks of the1 squad and left gaps that as yet have not been completely filled. Whinery will succeed Cabaniss in the pole vault, Jones will take Boone's place in the javelin, Lamkin and Rey- onlds will carry on for Nelson Greor in the quarter, and J. N. Willis will fill Chitwood's shoes in the two miles. One vacancy that can not be filled is that one left by Weichert fp tho dashes. Several promising men have come up from the freshman of last year, they bein...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 April 1929

SP ./ HC1 TH THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Riee Inetltute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the laet two weeka In September. Entered aa second claae matter October 17, 1916, at the poatoffice In Houaton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1870. THE THRESHER SENIOR EDITION EVELYN JANE EPLEY Editor J. RAYMOND PUTS Business Manager E. JOE SHIMEK Managing Editor STAFF CHARLINE LALLIER Associate Editor WALDO McNEIR Features Editor WENDELL HAMRICK Sports Editor HEVERLY FONVILLE News Editor FRANCES SARA GIESEKE Society Editor STUART LAMKIN Assistant Sports ED GRAGG Assistant Sports CHESTER GRIFFIN Headlines GEORGE W ESTERFIELD Engineering Editor ■ a PHANTASY OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN CREDO OF THE STAFF Nonchalance has been the theme of this 1929 Senior edi- tion of the Thresher. We of the staff make no excuses. It-is not necessary to make excuses by the time one has reached the state of Senior superiority. Nor is it conc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 April 1929

Si ' ' ■ ■ - WSSSSaBSSBBBBmBSBBSSBS Looking 'En Over u Lloyd Grafory Does By WENDELL HAMRICK After all these years of suppressed desires, our dreams have come true, and we've got a chance to get our name In the paper. So to make the best of our opportunities, we thought It wise to adopt the policy of one Mr. "Looking 'Em Over" Gregory of the Houston Post-Dispatch, and run a "by" line on ever line-o-type we grind out. * * * It wonld be a lot of fun to poke sar- casm at this Gregory fellow, and we know that our ridicule would oarry much weight with such an important sheet as this carrying our words of wisdom, and with him only sports edi- tor of the P.-D., but since in the final analysis he's a pretty good sport after all, and since we'll have to admit that his is one of the best sport sheets in this part of the country, and since his own column is one of the most varied and consistently interesting (in spite of occasional South Coast League Chatter) that we have the pleasure of follo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 April 1929

SPPJff::: WITH THE ENGINEERS &■ High Pressure "Willis Is reported to have lost ten pounds In the "Turkish Bath" during boiler inspection. Monday. (We won- der why Mr. Willis spent so long in the boiler.) Ye editor avers us how these Juniors ain't seen noihln' yet. Wait "till they l'ire that boiler In the annex this week. We shall wee. Sez John liailey after half an hour's struggle trying to fill the centerbosinl hIoL on a sailboat with water. "Say E1UII0, lias this thing got a hole In the bottom?" Slime: H« do yon make steel woo!? Junior M. K.: Shear a hydraulic ram, of course, jiii Q Mr. Pi ■nningtmi says that he hardest i t (if i i'.;'i! o'dot k classes is when us "de.'f Tour her" laavvs that last i !• m' tna>1 and rushes <ut to meet ■ i!., ■ ;vi'l finds that M.'ir.eone els© . • ' ■:>l Ills and < )tue< in late. I'! their liJCE XITE kit «r<> mnKiux prwit headway and hid ■ • •• tilfow. If you tniss it ■ Mil always reftfijji i'. T it. w. • .1- .idditlonat pay...

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