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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 September 1929

mm * ft 1 ' ■'v'.-B ll r E r h '■ •V- I B- I ' ■ I'M - i' ■ , ' rs llud- - Ar- an- kh« ptry Iw-ft SPPn* _ , K3^> (>. ooatraot for the printing of THBJBSHER Mr the present year was let during the sum- the Houston Labor Journal, end publishers. The Labor Aid the printing of the Rioe two yesri ago; but l t year oontract to the Western News- , which submitted a lower The Houston Labor Journal li by Victor Andrew, Jr., a Rioe ,te of the class of 1987. Assocl- wlth Mr. Andrew at the Labor ia Thomas O'Brien, also of the class of 1927. Thirty-two Issues, of THE THRESH- ER will be published this year; two than has been the custom to in the past. One of these ex- ra Issues, that of today, comes ear% er by from one week to ten days, MB the Rice paper has been published •fore. The management of THE JHRESHER thought this change ad- rubble in order that students might lave Rioe news and announcqjnent* ,t the beginning of school rather than ifttpr. The other issue will come at be close of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 September 1929

3 ~•7—-— SiSiMiOT&aite# ,i K^y-vwv.#^; S317, ■ s$F &> W* HPE Sport Yarns ■V ELBERT TURNER #<• ?.V,' i IkiiJ#' . Greetings. Tls bard to find a better word, bo we'll let It bo at that. Another hectic year putters to the starting mark this morning, with 400 additional young men and women of destiny here to make the Institute safe for green ties and overalls. Of course, the Owls are coming aaid should arrive by 1930. Meanwhile, cock a weather eye for Coach Jack Meagher's gridsters. . • they may give you a thrill or two yet. There will now be a brief pause for station announcements. HOW'S YOUR INGENUITY We notice with much inward trepi- dation the new "passing" football that Condi llay Morrison of the S. M. U. MustiifiiKH has Invented. The ball is elongated, tapering t.o the emR with a greatly reduced mid- riir. This makes II Ideally suited for passing, sine- (he added length and slendenn ss iilTords a linnet* grip. Thus, on Hi" slightest pretext, Mr. Mirrison's young men c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 September 1929

<w r wja ; I* 7 WffP# R.CI TNR..HC. , _ _ ... .. ' - - ___ _ __ ' ' '",..'. '. Aggregation tihm fe« ;^if ■> .■':'.:n jm& Sb '■rkP'r ' 1 r V \ f V - ' < ^ -'W Iral^fe lM,'.C. t.;-. jry,v,i; •.; v * • . '► > J ,' \i , T ,J PJ .1. ■'•■• V. v Ft«| .; .< bojra are back at Rice after a atruggle on tbe baseball dta- which carried their team, the All Stars, to a state oham- The reference la to Danny popular Rice athlete, and Keith, stellar portslder. This celebrated pair were two of main-stays of Joe Presswood's All* who by virtue ot their well ed victory over the Dallas North ixaa winners last Sunday, won the first state championship for a Hous- ton nine in four years. Danny Allnoch, one of tbe great- ~,t young catchers in Houston ama- teur baseball history, has been voted most popular of all local ball wrs by ballots of fans during the elimination games. Allnoch com- 640 votes, 58 more than his clos. est competitor, Johnny Rallton. Allnoch was presented a beautiful trop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 September 1929

IS'u'^■'vl^PfPP*■;:,%?**; 3&& K rat' te • m-i, « ■ v v-•/,,•; Tv ^MRP -— .'' ■ V ft W^TiF RICE CATALOGUES FOR AVAILABLE Long Sought>for Books Are Now to Be Secured at Office of Registrar The new Rice Institute catalogues, go long delayed and so much Bought alter by puzzled studems during the past week, have at last arrived, and are now available for students wish- ing to get them at the registrar's of- fice. This catalogue, or official bulletin of announcements, carries complete information of all courses offered at Rice for the year 1929-30, as well as a revised list of the faculty, a classi- fied list of Rice students, a description of the Institute, Its alms and idealB, something of its history, and other information about Rice. Students find the catalogue a convenient reference book and an aid In the selection of their courses NEW C0NHBBU110N PROFS TOTE FOR 10 PSYCHOLOGY IS WORK OF TEXAS MAN "Muter •< My Fate," I Title of New Psychological Work By Dr. Manuel While ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 September 1929

I ^ ^ Other tm, Bring I win do wen * I Dr.Lo vett'i nutriO" addreu over It ooQtalat much t ot value—on page three you will find It reprinted In full. ' VI «. ■d Mf:; P . . ig., pi r. '-, ■ : . ! STUDENT WEEKLY PUBUCATION JUCE INSTITUTE Other Yean Bring Other Customs, Eighteen years ago .. who said the Rice Owls would play football at night! Win or loBe, give Jack Meagher's Owls a hand! 1 VOL. 15 ■if'. HOUSTON, TEXA8, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1929 NO. 2 V: % MA- TR1CULATI0N TALK r. Lovett Emphasizes High Importance of Knowing How to Think ij' 1- LECTURE HALL CROWDED Philosophy, Science, History, Art, Religion; Five Great Subjects Wednesday morning to a crowd that overfilled the Physics lecture hall, Dr. ii?i Edgar Odell oLvett delivered his sev- $;:V- ;-\v , <UU| > wuou % . enteenth matriculation address i: / «ve minutes of 9, throngs ot students m ■ 1 1 . AM MVnOltiff .. and visitors who had' been waiting ,V ' in the cloisters and on the lawns tor some time were admitted to the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 September 1929

PIIm M. THE ftuj gf> UUI I Bff paper published by the Student* of Rloe Institute during the )ctob«r, November, December, January, February, Mareh, April, A weekly montha of October, May, and the last two weeka of September. „, Entered as second class mstter October 17, 1916, at the poatoffloe in Houston, Texas, under the Act of Mareh 3, 1879. Ted Strong . .. Robert Hlmes Elbert Turner Editor Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF Roue 8. Drake Isaac Garrett Mary Halite Berry Altliea Hill Herbert Bollfrass Jo Beth Griffin Alice Seaborn Willetta Johnson Associate Editor ..Associate Editor Society Society News News Features Features A SERIOUS ACCUSATION Stealing horses from a neighbor's range or corral was an old custom among western cattle rustlers; stealing cooks from a neighbor's kitchen lias at one time or another stirred up strife on Main Street: but the kidnaping of football players from a neighboring university's classrooms is a new and interesting brand of robbery. Havin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 September 1929

IMfl SfV" K&t' \>k> PS". ' RICE SOCIETY Yke nwwwt «* MIm Anita and Mr. Malcolm Baker, ml. of Qui class of mm a - recently. The wedding la to fea as eeVat of the early fall. IV" |fiff Amu Ooraeltna attended the University of Texaa summer eehool during the rammer month*. * ' W§. Mtas Jeeele Robinson visited a for- • ;i mer schoolmate In North Carolina I? during the summer months. 1 •' *.i ' " I r ' Among the graduates of the class K of '19 who will attend the Medical Branch of the University of Texaa at I l. I * I I ■ I, Galveston during the coming year are James McCarty; Steven Foote, John Rose, and Karl Karaaky. John Roos, '89. will do work toward hie M. A. degree at M. I. T. in Boston this year. Don Sturges, a June graduate, is now conducting classes in the School of Business Administration at the Y. M. OA. The date of the wedding of Miss Dorothy Boettcher, '20, and Mr. Harry Duckett, a graduate of A. and M. Col- lege, has been set tor October 23rd. Miss Doris Hutton will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 September 1929

MS mm ..: i .'V Mir., iih' Sport Yarns BY ELBERT TURNER CALCIUM FOOTBALL Forty thousand watts shine down upon you! The stage is all set, night Owls .. give those feathers the vic- tory flutter! Just that auiount of electricity will play over the Held at New Orleans to- night when Jack Meagher's feathered flock engages the fast Loyola Wolves. Coach Shaunlinessey's wolfpack took cleverly to this evening pastime last Saturday, walloping A1 Carafiny's St. Edward Saints to a merry 18 to 0 rhapsody. Fourteen, huge projectors, eai'li burning two 1,000 watt lamps, will at- tempt to furnish the Blue and Gray with pigskin enlightenment. A string of 50 foot light poles set 20 feet back from the side lines will also try to brighten up1 the corner wherever the Owls are. According to Loyola enthusiasts, the daylight furnished by the arc lights is 50 per cent brighter than the light- ing of modern homes and office build- ings. This evening oval chasing may work a hardship on conscientious coaches,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 September 1929

rat RACES , Al State ; frm HISmu Amng 70 Rice altme grldatera, who ^cted to mate football hlatory Institute in 1980, reported for p flrat workout at Rloe field laat ling from the manner In which handled the pigskin in their -aorimmage. the Owletf eleven hare one of the strongeat clubs goodly throng of playera that i, paced and galloped to the field ire certainly a aight for tired eyee glimmer of hope and a thrill of joy over the majority of thoae who Watched the freshmen dash to the for in them they oould see a Rice eleven capable of carry' the Institute flags of honor thru a glorious battle and over a to victory. The freshmen squad is the beBt that ever been used on a Rice gridiron the 17 yeare of its exlatence, much is expected of them during bitter campaign .that looms for ; year. •> There were suoh well known ath. letes among the crew of slimes as [Randy Strong, all-qity end tor three ' consecutive years while at Reagan [ High school; Red Dickey, that versa- He player from Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 September 1929

-•v' • . JtifoiMLwBmfa' fe • If !>5 9 u f4'v' % ( ^ ffc ■ *$W . . ■ 1. '-,«■ '••■.. • 'v- •■■.. •,• , . • - , •* •• s< •• •, :<-L «>•• ?* > -W "Mf,. .•..■V; «* BROWN ANNOUNCES PICTURE PLANS FOR THE NEWYEAR BOOK Work on Student Photos to Begin About Oct. 1 FACULTY PICTURES FREE JBeauty Page Candidates to Be Judged by a Committee According to an announcement from the Campanile Staff class pictures this year will be made by the Uou- laude Studio and will be taken ut Autry House, sittings to begin about October the 1st. It is the opinion of the staff that this will be a great convenience for the student body, and in consequence picture taking can be finished much earlier. The deadline will be around the middle of Novem- ber. This will be a tremendous aid to ulu early appearance of the Year Hook.ai'eorillnt! to "Fletcher Uvowu, editor. Mr. lirown slates that he hopst that it will be possible for the book to be on the campus May 80, HKlo.that date being considered ideal for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 October 1929

II 1 Organizations planning dances this year. Must have their applications in to Students' Council by October 19. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE The Knginers Page, be- Kinnhiff this issue, will utrain be a feature of the Thresher—torn to page 6, VOL. 15 HOU8TON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1929 NO. 3 CO-OP AUDIT SHOWS FINANCES OF STORE IN GOOD CONDITION Fund Being Accumulated Toward Student Owned Store TOTALS ABOUT $8000 New Members Of Board Of Control Yet To Be Chosen Approximately eight thousand dol- lars lias been accumulated toward the building of a student co-operative Store ito.ee Its Inception. According to the audited report, the present net worth of the Co Op ag- gregate $23 864.50, as follows: Cash, $8,81)7.7?); mefehandUe Inventory, $14,270.08; accounts receivable, $140.20; furniture and fixtures, !,• 547,58. The net income for the year end'tig June SO, 18211. was $1,752,57. A certain amount of the earnings are put on a Havings account each year, and added to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 October 1929

RICE THRESHER £y> THE SATURDAY'S STEP CHILDREN A weekly paper published by the Student* of RIm Institute during the month* of October, November, December, J*nu*ry, February, March, April, May, and the last two week* of September. Entered at second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of Mareh 3, 1879. Tim! Strong Robert lames Kltn-rl Turner row s. i )r;ik i1 . ,; Ilium (nll'l'l/lt Marv Halite IJerry'. Ail lif.i I lilt . .. lli'Tbrl't; iMIfnufl If. I'•••Hi a11'''' s> %•1 'ofij WilMta .f6h11f'n THE STAFF Editor Business Manager Managing Editor Associate Editor ..Assoc lute Editor Soriety ,, Society News News :.. i'VlllUI'i'S Keutures NO COMPROMISE Tii' ' i tin in or' ii jilivstkiil education sohool ai Itier sbtfW * mil' S Vf>il - -' hi .irhli-tir problem in o Hew liyln. It mt'.m1* ih.it tin.' In>1 ituto ■ «•>!«• u hoK;• li'-<irti-t11 v into the im,siiu'k.s, Hie Iviptfllji' «|' • >!• kn '\inrr-. in (vli\sif.-i 1 educatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 October 1929

RlCe THRESHER i - 2. RICE SOCIETY Miss Helen Williams had her cousin. MIhb Itoslne Mallott of Dalian, as her house guest last week. Miss Mallott rows to Hockuday thin year. * ■+ * Invitations have been posted for the niarrlave of Miss Marjorle hocknmn and Frank Bodet, which will take place on Wednesday evening, October 9th, at Palmer Memorial Chapel. • • • The first social event in lliee In- stitute circles was held In the late hours of Saturday afternoon when a reception wan given in the commons by the Women's Council and the Students' Council for tin? freshmen, to which invitations were extended to the students ol! each year and to the faculty members. Zinnias and fern were lavishly used to adorn the com- mons. clustered in large pottery bowls and jardenleres. The same blossoms and foliage also wreathed the punch table, where Misses Mary Tallichet and Jo Beth «tiffin preslned. The guests were registered by Miss l.enore Plowden and Fred ltoyce. In the receiving line were Miss Lil- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 October 1929

RICK THRESHER Sport Yarns BY ELBERT TURNER "0athlr 8" Doyle Car Sutunlay at like Fl«jJ$ >'uu have t.In- tiinmil mill> ttf s"ei,r..i; Ujli| younx gentleman Coe to u fits? up to Ills sobri(|uot. '"Dashing." Ho pretty wmII siiui'icU Hi doing ho; MO II might 111' Ilii' tvitw part of wisdom to pack it(> t lie pesky pwuuit bag ami trundle out "> watch .Hiu Jim .loiii'H' Sam Houston llearkata tussle Willi .luck Meagher's Owls. Willi tin I | AOfi H1tI V eplllin Ol "I J inland ol' 'I', c. I I'oc 5- ih«? fastest liit of football r)||l ill Texas. They ••all hliu the 1 'avion ''fjfcl Mer- chant," ttiiil how hv •.in run. There Is iit tlai ilotib' U>.tt Coe ••an play r 111 k s# liirtiutid I ."Hi ml Thf Heel Hurluit back ttot .fitly riitt*. i>tie Kicks, passes, blooii-. ii everything Sturdily built. In Hl.ial.i s iift* iatMwVM olf ov bowls tli< in mo'l iis lb- ni'-t asion war ra riis La*i season, lo. wW'H its ileut a bit ol bail-iari vilir :• '!'«• Vi«H" doulU InniM lb i ii ti...

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

RICE THWg HBH JL FROM THE THRESHER FILES TEN YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The name of Ales George 1* not a familiar one to present Bice student* but "old" men, who were here in 'IB and '18 will doubtless remember him as a man wbo took an enthusiastic interest In things athletic and otherwise. Oeorge entered Rice In 1915. His first year here failed to get him a place on the varsity, but he did fine work for the Hcruhs and the Freshman team. The next year be had a regular place on the squad, and played Quarter in several games. Perhaps his best work was done in the famous 20-0 game against A. & M. in '10. Alex enlisted in the Army in May 1917 and rapidly roso to the position of Battalion Sergeant-Major in the 57th infantry. Prom that organisation be went to West Point via competitive examinations. He bad the houor and distinction of being chosen captain of the Army team for the season of 1919. FIVE YEARS AGO THIS WEEK "Oh! See the little slimes!" "Do you see the little slimes?" "Yos, I see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 October 1929

rice thriihih , > m ...i I WITH THE ENGINEERS! ROSS POND, Engineering School Editor ft'llow ewiineer* and something of YE BDDYTKR 8E7.: To Every EBicineer In tin* ln tltut« : Greetings! May this year be tIn* finest and bent you have ynt spwnt her*) HtnouH tin- • p.i iiiBBrlnK rout of us. And to t|ie tr® l ra* who {and upiM.r.^a^nian. tlu Ki.ginu.rl k have Just dost-undod upon us: May those wlio have no'"' before you In the profession of engineering. Furthermore, and to both freshman you work hard and be happy among us. for we are (so we think) rather a fine buneh of fellows to live among. We want, you to know that, the School and the Knglneerlng Society are for you to use and enjoy and that you are obligated to give your best to _ the school Which I* Riving its best to (the you We want you in the I'nuUHer Jour ing Society that you may kuWW yottv j i Section of the Thresher is for each ami e\erv one of you and its success or failure will tie with you. Your ef- fort!- will make or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 October 1929

& Houston merchants are advertising in The Thresher, your newspa- per, as they never have before. They want a fair share of your business. Thev deserve it. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION (QCE INSTITUTE Thrkshkk Society Edi- tors request your co-opera- tion in the collection of items of social interest. They want to print the news that you want to read. Don't be bashful! VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1929 NO. 4 SHOW DEPARTMENT MANAGERS TO BE NAMEDTHE WEEK Seniors and Juniors Are To Elect Managers and Assistants Kgerton Hobb, general manager of the sixth biennial Engineering Show, announced Wednesday that the organ- ization of department managers, their assistanti), and other officials would bo completed this year. According to Hobb, there will be a manager and assistant manager for each of the four schools of engineer- ing. Each manager will be a member of the senior class and will be elected by the seniors of his department, while the assistant managers will be juniors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 October 1929

RICE THRESHER tHEimSBSflER A weekly paper published by the Student, of Rlc« Institute th* months of October, November. December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 1916, at postoffIce Houston, Texas, under the Act ot March 18-9. Ted St took Robert Hi in <i3 Elbert Turner Rowc S. Drake. Isaac Garrett Milry llallie Berry Al'hea Hill - Herbert Jo 11<!ill tirlfdn Alien Seaborn Willetta .ii>!ii.>iu THE STAFF Editor Business Manager Managing Kditor Associate Kill tor ...Associate Editor Society . . Society News ■ Newn Features Features WliiU- Hie- ui'.b £ I ■'!' " football teams i"i- '.t;Vs si 111i«• 111 Ini'h - ;i 11ht.'jf' a. re pa si years 1« \\i'!'Kv<l r- 'Mi for ftie 11"11 ath.!« i *• ' plans lieiiu: .draw t. ' will eventual],"!' l.vf:t.at e Ic>,< In the llwr.- haw " sutisfnctor> >f pfc.v Gymnasium <•!«• <.., s ! '■ ■ 11' Stlell lin thod* us i.ili.v «|J ' their llifl COtlip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 October 1929

* RICE THRESHER Critical Slime Has Own Doubts About Worth of Senior Dignity Seeln' as how I belong to the lowly poHe while he wait* for his receipt, class, It's aorta dangerous to criticise! The Kirl at the desk takes It and my elders, but there's some sayln' or other about fools rushln' lu where where angels (ear to tread, and since there ain't no feathers on my shoul- ders f guess I belong to the first class- so here goes. Us Slimes ain't the only ones that advertise our class. The only differ- ence is If you're a Hlime you have to take off everytliliiK—even your pants —while these here Seniors put,.on everything tlwy can, Settlor rings- - Senior blazers and Senior airs. They're so afraid you won't recognize their "Senior dignity*' they never stop their year entliuxinHtleally w hen they reads: "Slae seven and a half yellow gold -weight one hundred forty. Say, what's this?" "Just what It calls for my weight, of course -one hundred and forty pounds!" Now 1 ask yon as one honest man ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 October 1929

RICE THRESHER m Sport Y arns BY ELBERT TURNER iSHCRAFT PLANS ■ RICE PEP SQUAD Muybi; they don't piny football iu the SoutltwoHt Maybe. But If tlify don't play football in the SouthWHHl, tin! rt'*l uf collegiate America Is playing imsli-ball insioad of the pr-at autumn pastime. Or •slipping over a gatue of lltUHtj wink* 011 tlie sly. Dana Uibk- knew all about Kay j Morrison's style of coiiehiiigj, tiie I uowMpaperit told its last week, lit j was well Versed iu S. M. I"famous ; aerial taeticn. unit no Mustantf wnfilii find him naripiUK at tlie goal t ">-1 Mr. IUhlc is a Wii'f) eiuhictll ootuili- The onl> thiiiK in didn't kuoft- about K. M t . was thin (i;'i de't'llovU tin Novel Organization to Built Around Tumblers Be 1'imieH \V<"S ■aiiabi' W -r lii inn vrb>.-ii • lie "luotH-y was 'tip. We'll but a vlt'eli •l.im.e tlv'fv a sad • 'oMiituslif'i in Mi<■ - •W lira nil ti iioV I! tUlt.'.-- - .,t 11 only wnppoHWl to wallop ■>, M- a cinfplo of I,1 iiii.-lulowji,-. 'Hi;' ITv...

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