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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 November 1929

THIRTY-SEVEN GIRLS PLEDGED BY SOCIETIES Literary 'Ruth Week' at Rice Ends With Pledge Acceptances Pledge week among the three Hie*' literary societies ended yesterday when 37 Rice co-eds were accepted. Of this number, more than 20 were freshmen. A feverish rush week had ensued among the literary societies prior to the announcement of the pledges. The heavy toll exaetod by graduation last June had so diminished the various memberships that, a rapid replenish- ing was made necessary. The list of pledges as announced ty the three society presidents fol- lows: P. A. L. S. -Kate Keene .iohnson, Mllie Hice, lOllzatieth Stewart, Betty Houx. Patsy Street, Eugenia Hamilton, Catherine Williamson. E. P. L. S. - Adele Bolts, Katherine Culver,|Margaret Dunn. Irmu Fonville, Eulft Goss, Josephine Herbelln, Alene Lucy, Miriam McGary, Neilen Sellers, Betsy Slaughter. Awilda Steves, Betty Suttles, Virginia Vinson. 0. W. L. S.—Janice Berry, Lula Bess Johnson, Dorothy McWhlrter, Mar- jorie Nicks, Sue S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 November 1929

RICK THRC8HCR THE TTTTOL CIIIKVI A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute duHno the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered ss second class matter October 17, 1916, at the pottoffice in Houaton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Robert HitneK Elbert Turner Rowe S. Drake Isaac Garrett Mary Halite Berry Althea Hill Herbert Bolll'rasg Jo Beth Griffin Alice Seaborn . Willetttt Johnson Ross Pond «iny U WY.tib THE STAFF Editor Uusiness Manager Managing Editor AsoocUte Editor Associate Editor Society Society News „..News Features Features Engineering Advertising FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ft fe' Uu'isvn fully liiVj'ji: JifP here -low d •late the what la system" !.!• borrower lian hMIobuo, fill out • will i.et it. i.he SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY ft. t. DRAKE Something most of us have forgot- ten: Matriculation Pledge The following resolutions were adopted by the trustees and faculty...

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

RICE THRKSHER PRE4iW SOCIETY I TO HOLD BANQUET Schumacher Head* Wright, Lykes, Albaufh Far Ptact Committee i It w«w definitely decided at a meet- ing of the Pre-Law Society Thurs- day night at the Autry House, to hold the first banquet of the club Thurs- day. November 14. The selection of the place for the feast is to be held wag left to the discretion of a committee com- posed of John Schumacher, chairman; Harold Bell Wright, Buddy hykes and Reuben Albaugh. The program committee for the year was also appointed. This com- mittee, composed of H. B. Wright, chairman; Spencer Scott, Henry Hold- en and Henry Trost, will direct the activity of the club members, and will also be charged with the task of obtaining local lawyers aud busi- ness men to speak on topics of Inter- est to the club members. VOCABILARIANS VISCOSITY Baseball Player (on car platform during a Southern trip): Isn't this air exhilarating? Porter; No, sah, this air Norfolk. Ahum Not Fa Chmge Muting Place As Rumored The A...

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

RIOK THRESHER ST. EDWARDS COMES AGAIN TO CONQUER ON RICE GRIDIRON Powerful Drivei Of Visiting Backs Too Much For Meagher's Owls The old story of pupil-best lug-teach- er was curried out much to the cha- grin of Coach Jack Meagher'* scarlet- jerpeyed Owls last Sarurday on Mice field, us A1 SurufHty'B Ht. Kdwards Saints left top Austin on tltfe long end of a 20-7 score. 'Hit! battle was in ! several ways a repetition of the owl- houghoru c.lakU at Austin a week l>e , fore another blocked punt caused the 1 feathered flock nluch «rr«M 1111(1 the Kray, overcast skies continual,^ liueat- ^ ened another downpour. 1 ■ j; It must be rememberi-d, however, that most, of the Saints nr. products fi Coach Meagl.|| for He genial Irish mentor was cilMetS: of the Ht, l-.dwtirds j eleven up 1,1 'Ue ii « «.•■ lit li-ifit'iied to j become couch jjit Un- uwis '")••" than h year ago. Frank lVivv^r oi the l;lidi played an e-xiaalt'ent brimd ,.nt- loot hall until h) was relleied jfj <'.ortlhi MeCarhl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 November 1929

RICt THRESHER Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULE. "The Rice Itni who were In Au«- tin tor the game Saturday certainly were given plenty of praise by all Texas students tor tbe manner In whlcb they stayed behind their elevn even In overwhelming defeat. Seeing all chance of victory wiped out in the first few minutes of play, the Rice eleven and fans kept right on fight* inn und pulling until the final gun was tired. Even then the Rice band left the'field with colors flying. This same Rice band drew a great deal of atten- tion between halves when it had the whole thing to itself. They enter- tained the few fans who remained in the stands in the rain with several popular selections, chief of which was "Plcolo Pete." This quotation headed the column, "Texas Longhorn Sports," in the Houston Post-Dispatch last Friday. The author. Bob Cantrell, a Post- Dispatch correspondent, was aport ed- itor of the Daily Texan, University of Texas newspaper, for two and a half years. A Most Important Game ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 November 1929

RIC1 THRIIHIK MENDELL, YANCEY AND ROSS HEARD IN FIFTH SEMINAR Mapping, Vacuum Tubes and Steam Occupy Senior Hairyears I'm i: Frigim ri iiu', Seminal met in ft Hesstoll last; Pitiduy utM covered a n<?lil <11 • ngli'lt ili'velofintetlt Wi fi' given. I tun M -ltdeh r.;i v. !lM> Ul'-: ' ! ilfg us Ills -Ufljl't 1 . "T!1 ' I >< ji int. of Sun '.vim: iut'i -Wtlttjiu I S Const tihI ♦ivnit'ii' Til" Sl't'iilU't' !(. -< t'itl.'ii ti'i !i;'( mid tjj'isll1-Tlnt'^y ,«y! "hi-i; fj null! ol tli' (fiviiri!tKnt f i, eying Hi.' ! ijj.l'til .SfaHs.,' !•. Ci. Hum JMU- i. lif.taiiiiii as Ji'i'j-i suUJjwi1.'; ' Uj,ij.lt , (««•• Sli-iMu, kt;i(ti.('lii«:' i> tu (It-tail tlii- i-s.-f m ial: velnpmettt of lligit > <iuiiitu jm .{iiaf Iw'itiijsiijj 'fii'essurtW in '■ x1 orit'-1:1 'po'siiu MlUU|. 1 >1' Jt -A-'SJ, (I'M- i nt lliB". bj^itclt "I I t H.tion Wfi.s w.r.lHM ■ i>"l\ i lllttil' Iiti-'l'!1'fe'fr fjfjW/i itnll'tS two !: J-S''!i;!'d I'H'Hif.ai .i: jir, ■ fEeli, ; : j „ '! 1 ...

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

p i Those Texas Aggies are square-shooters. They'll be here Saturday,' one thou-' sand strong. Give them a hand. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE The Engineers are still open for KUffgestiouK on their show. Don't be timid write out your opinion and turn it in. «Mf VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1929 NO. 9 CROSS COUNTRY RUN Intelligence Is Foundation iiL i (fj+,f C/>*ia TOMORROW TO SHOW CADETS' STRENGTH Race To End on Rice Track Between Halves After Circling Park Facing their toughest opposition of the current season, the Rice cross country runners take on the A, anil St. harriers at Houston tomorrow. The wearers of the Maroon and White are doped to win the Confer- ence crown this year, which was held jointly last year with the Owls, Nev- ertheless, the charges of Coach Ernie Hjertberg are out to give the cadets a run for their money. The spectre of Inexperience hovers over the Blue and Gray team this year. Captain Willis being the only runner of considerabl...

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

RICE THRESHER we A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute do™"!! months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce Houston, Texas, under the Act of March ?>. 1879, Ted Strong Hohi-rt HUhc EIN'rt TUnili' H ,Ei, 'S'T AFiP Editor II Manager Editor bB. Editor i, ijuUtlira 'viiji .'So'tdtrfS ,'. Xnjiis | ■ i^Mfj 4; I'VlU U!'C* atui'cs riage of tli.'ir daughter, Marian. to Horace N. Watts. the marriage to be solemnized nit November 15 ut their home. Minn lingers Is a graduate of the In- Mifu.it', tuning tn.l«en lisf dfejiwftfe in tile; idUSliMOf '« 7. 'i '' i'"' 1 ''i^V' 'ii nV'iVi!1 Mr Don j-kMulerRoa; a graduate of /ijfety' was on the campus (luring rl.it! t<at Jy part oi th* . Jto is Wiliard. 1 &va«,• t'or Hit' av i n t.wr; 1 1 :;,Z- Tiu' K<', I,,, siiliihi"'■ -S itifrtr. an- nual h W-talc fit st to b,w THank-S^iv"- iiit; i.nn...

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

BY GARDNER SOULE. The Epic of the Year, Institute fans will be treated to tin- oilier very rare ilisli of football at Jilce Field after the close of the Var- sity simiHHi. For the Wee Owl baud is Kolug to lay off Bounding blue aot< t for one at'ieruoon—and (lie ltnMy Cltil. Its i^olng to desist from leading > etc., over the same period of tint- And, to make a long story short, the two are going to tangle in whin nroin ise* to In* a I'iot'celj t'ounht fool bull game; A email admission fee will be charged, proceeds to go to flu- hum' uniform ruttd. And 1:hip :,':.ihjc is iinir.v; to be de- ckled by ->thei' I actors timn just which side makes the least fumble!*. No names mentioned yet hut we Know of iteveral pro.iviisiritS pigskin tutor.-- on each of tie; iw<> toatoS to meet: Every student in school here should p-t. out 10 this bM'ttk*. wilOU it. ih pill!} t'd, Kv no doltm h>- *vi 1 not oijtl> 11 su hHn;i<'li to a real football ttawo -but lie. .will also help ou...

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

8 RICE TMRCSMCR engineers' ball is held at river oaks monday nite Seven Jacks and Lee's Owls Furnish the Music The KuliWtTs" Hall, in allium! ;it- jalr of ilu- <Milv wlhltT «<-as!i'Ul: Ih-IiI -M<>111In> wiiilH I I. a! ltiv<-r < laks Alwm. r!u<"' inimlivit fit- jojf (1 tit*.' ilatu iIn* tloiir •' ' rt.wd- i'il l.nuii iiiltl!li . lil It, Tit" Ki; vt.:i utnl 1 1 ■ . (.) vi In pla veil. ■'hi' ''all. itt* artiiiiiB <ul Ili'iilijlVK It-:' <:iiftsnv L'lifct r*. , n|-.it /i!i^ 111:t.\' t]V'"Hf'n:,ttaU Llojll, '■'> Hl.'i-lf1!!.'*!;'*?' "<>!'' I'lt1'!'- ia.'iM.' i'MH-'i .(I * I'K^ ltd <>.f life bil l - ' m i!ii •jMl'it i,>(' <■ !i;'1 ' a;r m'& t'.t I'lH.'lM :(it;!, 'i.iVi ijj'.i'ilTli ;.i,rjjr> H'lUH.li- l''l ■i n-i'i- l:*itfM'ii f'U (Will I Ut: A. S. M. E. FORCED TO CANCEL TRIP I hi.- I In* iil'UT ..'ll'i'i'i ■ ')! Hii Kit- gimwi's' halt. iiiiil'NiiMimbi'i toM's atul luclrnu'iit wi'.iMior tin: inialiun ill' -!ii'i llo>i lii]' svI)i...

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

<5> STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE ALUMNI EDITION VOL. 15 HOUSTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1929 NO. 10 WHY Fourteen Rice Alumni Tell Why They Contributed to the Alumni Memorial Building Fund ARCHITECTS DRAWING OF ALUMNI MEMORIAL BUILDING HI i f 111M) IM' 11M l| I M<) HI 111III III IM i 111 f < I • 111111 Jl 1111 IUIIIIt|lllltlli'llillliltRllttlll|lllliHtillHlllillillliltumiltlllllflltllll|tl|llll|' homecoming next A&frfoe FavnrArl In saturday to bring t?8'/8 avo„ ■" back many alumni Conference Meet A few months ago the secretary ot' the Alumni Association wrote a note to those who have signed pledge cards and asked them to tell Just, why they had contributed. Borrowing our so- briquet for this column from a local dally, the Thresher re-prlnts below excerpts from sonic of the replies re- ceived. Here are offered many sub- stantial reasons why every graduate of Itice should get his pledge card into the mall right now if he has not already attended to tha...

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

RICE THRE9HCR TOE C. E. WAMMAN £• F* KALM iiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiimiiii A weekly paptr published by the Student* of Rice Inetitute during the month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, | May, and the laat two weeks of September. Entered a* second clasa matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflee in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong, Robert Hinu's Elbert Turner T, <>. Wood ltuwe S, Drake,. Isaac Carrott Mary Halllu Hurry.. Altlua Hill Herbert Bollfvafij Jo .lfiwi Cril'fin Alice Seaborn Wijlotm Johittsoti . Row Pond dm Hi Villi a®. THE STAFF Editor llusiness Manager j Managing Editor Alumui Associate Editor Associate Editor Society Society News News Features Features ... ....Engineering Advertising FASHIONS IN MONUMENTS ,.r 1 V;--:; the aehteveilil'fcnlfe 3,S r.ihnwul statues or the i . . 1 i. 11 ii «■ with ureal ox. /, . < ;'.,r. ,.i ;, is:silmouiuls of a glor...

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

RIOC THRESHER RALLY Sanction •! Rice Office Expected For Affair The much discussed Ilaliy Club dance will be given on the night ot Friday, January 10, it was decided at a meeting of the club this week. Orig- inally scheduled for November 30, this annual affair which traditionally comes at the end of the football sea- son, had to be postponed due to com- plications In arrangements. Itally Club officials state that the original date followed too closely after the O. W. L. 8. dance of November 27, and that there were difficulties In se- curing an orchestra and a ball rooiu. tl Is understood that the date a is now determined has the sanction of Dean Caldwell and the Student council. The Rally Club dance in the past has been given in honor of the foot- ball squad, and has come to be looked on as an official end of (he training period. Ill order that this tradition may not be Interrupted this year the club will have the football squad mem- bers as its guests at the regular Sat- urday nigh...

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

RICE THRESHER RICE SOCIETY A( the weekly liieeltn gof the O. W. h. S. on Wednesday, November 20, at Autry House, tin* sponsors of the club were Introduced to I lie new members. Those present ineluded Mesdames H. C. Kuklell. Frank Andrews, U. 1.. Dudley, Cleveland Sewall, .1. W. Slaughter, Alan l>. McKlllop, John Tow lies, and Allen lluniuiy. The pur- Jose of the occasion was to introdiuee them to tile pledges. Thi# uiouth thti club is studying the works of the tin H route's. Kmil.v. Charlotte and Anue, Miss Mary Kllna- belli Tisdiile gave a short historical ski/tell Of tlielr lives, tallowing,.this. Miss Lillian Hoflock discussed t'luir- lollee ilroule's novel ••.lane Kyre." Miss Miirj ("handier Lyman ,.vf(j;t at J-liVe from New (ifleans e;irt> nc\t Hi I'll to he till;- mi' -I 01' Miss M l''H ttlM th Ti«tliile Miss i.yuiiu,. ss coining over especially tor I In: .• V I. S. I'laiilatioii iliiir v "!' N'eii-v.-siKr i'T, Oil THstiKHstHviilc -•'He will.',li>ew with a group I" &l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 November 1929

RICE THRESHER Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULE. Two Mora Oamtt Two more football games remain on the Rice Owls' schedule this year. The 1929 season lias not been very successful when it comes to games won. But the Owls have no excuses to offer, and no regrets. Coach Jack Meagher molded a splendid eleven from the men he had available. Frankly, few players of outstanding merit have graced the Owl squad this season. Hut every man has been a fighter all the way. And the Rice team this year has played clean football all the way through. Opposing teams have paid the Rice eleven high compliments on their clean football and on their sportsmanship. In the A. arid M. game last Saturday, ltiee was penalized ONE time for five yards. And that's what counts! The Conference Chase The '29 conference race was con- siderably cleared up last week-end. A fighting Horned Prog eleven subdued the mighty Longhorn, ns T. 0. If. whipped Texas, 15-12. A mighty Pony stampede caused the death of the Baylor Dear...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 November 1929

RICE THRESHER SOUTHERN THEME TO BE FEATURED ; AT O.W.L.S. DANCE , V / - | : Owlish Shadows and Low Lights To Add Local Color T1u' first annual ball ol tiw "lVf" ; Wister Utorsiry Society will take i pi.,,-,. n<'XI Wednesday uintlil, Novem- ber -7. ai Itivor oaks. a southern tUcBitt jn in 1"' featured in all decora- t (ions. : 1,,-hts will lje low for at least t.t tin.' , veiling l>ui lu (bo** w'1" i aiv fluiorofls of the 'lark it is whis- pered tlmt the moon may come up nid shed additional U«li' 1' IS l"1' tl„.r predicted t-luit. curtain owlish shadows are likely W •'< <•'«« from the background-. Other b s «t lfl0al color peculiar to plantation life are not to W revealed lii'tll the nlsM "f tlw Jam i'. St«vo 1 I II 11• • i*• r tit lUilv. rslii f i'"" is being Importc-d from Austin (<> t'"" ulsh must,- Stoo-'t" well Mi.'wu tlirou^lHUit ri.<■ Mate atvl ' 'Mr;' 1,11 lit'nI'd him pin* 'Ml lltni^on' for raw "li'vus liorur- "twin*-; ftfii"':('. fii'n , I'tr ,.i hin 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 November 1929

FRENCH PLAY FLY FAST JUS THICK Intensive Work Will Culmi- nate on December Tenth When the French Club takes to the boards December 10, with "hen Fem- ines Fortes," the audience Ik prom- ised an evenluK of real entertainment. Weeks of Intensive rehearsals will cul- minate in a fine dramatic perform- ance. The production, "Les Femmes For- tes" is one of a number of comedies by Victorlen Sardue, famous French dramatist, and author of the well- known "Madame Sans Gene." It Is not one of his masterpieces, but It Is one of the best theatrically written plays, for Sardue, a disciple of Scribe, weaves his plot on an Intricate not- work of events. In Ills play, the author has always in mind the "theater for the theater," a doctrine which enables him to hold his audience by the "thing theatrical," an unexpected multitude of comical events. Asaluat such a background the canvas of "Lfes Femmes Fortes" is brushed In brilliantly colored tones of satire on American life. in the selection of ehiira...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 November 1929

8 RICE THRESHER 03 J J. S. WATERS GETS | ARMY PROMOTION IN ENG'G. RESERVES Instructor in E. E. Given Advance as Award For Study As- «ml e-tu l> i-i w j -« I # ; i mi j I; t , j <<,mturv, jji J. rs, it runt ■ . 11 • ' ? i nttyl; c'i i.'iti'i'jfjr n«m'w < vr V.fi'S iM: f ivn' H iWWSI(IM 8ml ■■ oi *tff; .* A. S. M. E. MEETING Aivonlujsi In Mr. Pound. 111• • V- M. K student branch f Rfi'e will hold a legular meet inn Monday morultlg in it>i>iii Jut! M 1... a II o'clock. Due to < 1 i.sa|>!">int1 In obtaining th<* ex- 11.m i. i.l no itimpuiicement of tlu- <f|x'ttk"i- vtU 'Ik- un «i>■ at pit'seni. Red Tassels for SIi /es Arrive aim • ■ i- v. I.n ;ili- 11 im in | .-I iiu: uui'y il lijfi.il' i i'il tttwlif (cir ,i' 'tie i>f 1,1.1 V'-MiilK. N11> litI' I . I 1J UIIIlOUUCO Wilbur WrlftlM ml1 tV: 'WHU1# 'mil' ■ i4!:b:iwU|iK:> to Ah Mr. ,\ 1'iigfe by (rainiiiv frtjilttijii'. forme,il 1114. -it: <.,«! If w HI , train i iv "Uwr v1 Amu m;uh <'MTt fi...

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

WELCOME HOME, STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE WELCOME HOME, ALUMNI VOL 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1929 NO. 11 CHAPEL ADDITION TO BE COMPLETED BY DECEMBER 20 Palmer Annex Will House Campus and Parish Activities The addition to Palmer Memorial Chapel will bo completed by Decern ber 20th, according to official reports. The beautiful little chapel, the gift Of Mrs. E. L. Neville several yearn ago, has been found inadequate to fill growing requirements and the add I- , tion lias been built to satisfy this de- mand. The annex is in the form of a Parish House and consists of the Sunday School rooms, the Woman's Uulhl room and kitchens down stairs anil a large upper floor which will lie fit ted to serve either as a gymnasium or an auditorium. No amount of thought and work ; has been spared in the appointment of this building. The downstairs is to curry out. u cream and rich brown color scheme, the walls being cream planter and the woodwork of soft stained gum. The Wom...

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

RICE THREIHIW THE HEP FROM THE THRESHER FILES 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 of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Robert, 1 Urn i n Elbert Turner Hi mm- S. l)r;ik<' Iku:«' <1 arretI • ■urdtier Sonl - Mary Hallic liurr.v Alt lieu Hill Herbert Hollfrass Jo lieth Criffln (IriHt. I'e liter Alice Seaborn Willettu Johnson . if'ISS i'Olill City It Webb THE STAFF Editor Business Manager Managing Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor i | Sports I Society i Society i News .News Copy Features Features Engineering , Advertising TEN YEARS AGO THIS WEEK Replies are pouring in every day from ex-students and alumni who have been invited to attend the Thanksgiving ommemorative Reunion at Rice Institute ttiis year, according to S .0. McCann. The dinne...

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