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

RICE THRESHER . | I I «<< ■ JV* ■* 4. * f ■' :jy V $ f 0 ■tit •t«* •• : m } * CIVILIZATIONS—TAKE YOUR CHOICE Note: This series of articles on the Honor System Is being printed slmul- aneously in all the college newspa- pers in the United States beginning on or about November 20. A series of five articles dealing with matters per- taining to the Honor System for the Naional Student Federation of the United States of America, with a hope that the students of this country will give serious thought to the problem of student honesty in our colleges, and tha they will send to the Fifth An- nual Congress of the National Student Federation representatives who have well-thought-out ideas concerning this matter. The Fifth Congress will meet 4a Stanford University on January 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6. 1930. These articles were prepared by Theodore Jackson, chairman of the committee on the Honor System. The writer would be glad to hear from stu- dents concerning this problem. Please address him a...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1929

RICE THRESHER RICE SOCIETY Miss Margaret McCarthy will have as her guest during the Thanksgiving holidays Mis# Mary Murphy ot Vic- toria, Texas. * ♦ Miss Mary Itarnes will entertain for her house guest Miss Virginia Hauloy on Saturday evening. November 30, with an open house from 8 to 10 at her home in Chelsea Place. Miss Han- ley, whose home is in New York, is sheading the winter months with Miss Barnes. • • • Miss tierta Penman, who Is -it'.••ml ing Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans, will bo the guest of her par- ents for the Thanksgiving holidays. A group will motor up lor the lux a# I.'.-Texas A, and M. gianie on Thurs- day. • # • Mr. Howe Drake spent the past weekend in Winchester, 1'exas, at- tending the pol6 matehe* there. • • • The east of "The U.. -al Family" «as delightfully eut.ertainn^ at the fteme of Miss Pauline .Steflieitherfc with a buffet. slipper after the final pei;f«rt!i- ance ,,f the play Friday ttiaht. New■ ru- ber 22 Miss Helen William-. pr-sld. n< _«f ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1929

RICE THRESHER • I • :{ A... i 'I1! 1 4 % BY GARDNER SOULB. ABOUT DEXTER SHELLEY Dexter Shelley, kingpin o£ the Tex- as Longhorn backfleld, was hurt this summer while working for an Austin gas company at Austin. This must have been a mere scratch—for if It has had any effect on his football playing, it has made him Just so much better. We'd hate to see him any better than he is now! OWLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE The Blue and Gray wearers take to polished hardwood next Saturday, De- cember 7, for the first time this sea- son. 81ated to be the Owls' first oppo- nnets are the V. M. C. A. Triangles— (Holly Brock and Co.). Holly Brock, last year Texas U's •tar forward, scored 191 points for his team. THOSE SLIME GRADE8 They say that the freshman foot- ball players pulled down a flock of high marks on the cards issued last week. "Aided by excellent interfer- ence, Slime So-and-so of Rice's great freshman eleven, grabbed the old text- book out of the ozone and ambled 77 1-8 yards to score a 2 i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1929

RICK THRESHER ENG'G SHOWS ARE ALWAYS HARD WORK HISTORY REVEALS Show Plans lor Present Rapidly Taking Shape PAYNE, FERR1N AND STURGIS HEARD IN SEMINAR SPEECHES Varied Subjects Prove of Interest to Seventh Session Thi." senior i lii>* «r • ii^inecrltte site dents ini't in :i regular session "f en g inner! tig setnlfiar laf*t Krl'ttiiy tiller- noon U> hem; tii.ree imihts piii^ynted bv members of the <■ Iu«^ on sul'ijei tS ot general 11 > t < • r - - < i'ln papers were ill well presentod s>11• I al. I.j, IPayne used tot* 111.-* ^'.IIilee 1 ''Activities ni' ill.' NiHloiutl jriir Soi.'lei le*.'' i''in-i'1.1 vaf/lii detail w;i t'ivi'ii enncomint: i(nir ticmities mill tin: benefit iterivial runt mem* ii -f i >i> in iiu'iu. Pi Tin- graduate' .m'Kl&vc .-stlrtu-ld, .ituli ate Itimseli vyiliiL-'i- eioiy Of; lit:! pro!" ■■vfoiij:' acepnail'--' t'' Mr.' I'ay tie. tl<' suited Hint t'beve . so- viet U-s deVoi, ii i.'tiii. 1iii«,l,5si,l4i1i )ti>t.'i'iv.U'.. INVIT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 December 1929

4 <14 4i v*f'? 4j 4i « Does Anyone really know anything about the Honor System? There la a series of articles running weekly In the Thresher on this Interesting subject. Give them your attention. student weekly publication rice institute The Rice Club is to be mented on its road tour. Certainly no play presented by Rice students in recent years has created as much favorable comment as that of "The Royal Fam- ily." VOL 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1929 NO. 12 W. M. STANDISH '16 ELECTED BY ALUMNI AT ANNUAL MEETING Endowment Pledges Year to Total $45,000 lor Electing "Slew" Standlsh to the presidency, the Rice Institute Alumni Association brought its third annual business meeting to a successful close. Mr. Standlsh, a graduate of the class of '16, and well known Houston print- er, was elected for the coming year. Miss Anna Lay, '28, popular girl- engineer, became vlce-presklent, and Mrs. Sue Pondren Trummell, '27, and J. B. Earthman were named on the executive board at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 December 1929

<& meg THmiHtu 'ki Me SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. 8. DRAKE JWialary m Under Scrutiny A weekly paper publlahed by the Students of Rice Institute during the month* 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 Hlmes Elbert Turner Howe Si Drake, Isaac Garrett Gardner Soule Mary Hallie Berry- Ait hea Hill Herbert Hniifraaa Jo Beth (irlftin ..... Grace Folder Alice Seaborn Will pita ,1 olihson Ktisa i'ond t:.iuv it. \v« bit THE STAFF Editor Business Manager1 Managing Editor Associate IMlWr Associate Editor .SUorts Society ' society 4 ..News ...N.'WS V Copy Features ... ... ..... Features' KuultU'i'iiiii; Advertising I >.-fi-it;i., : TEN MORE DAYS St* Preliminary fvni inatu>i> On i>r<>b)it|o>. ' s<t i"i atl-vtlr.^.t^'iii'iii/fiiv■ !.trs«■ in : T • i. more day,- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 December 1929

* RICE THKgtHIR I • « • m vL rif i-ii ';'A Hi )A i * j'J* Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULE. A king Is dead! Long live the king! Yes, sir, the 1929 football season is now history. Ouly a tew post-sea- son gatues are to be played; aside from those there will be no more pigskin-chasing epics until next fall. The heroes who make those long runs without any effort, or apparently through a stiff course of spring train- ing sometime after Christmas lu or- der that they make those long runs with so much less effect when the time cimes. The life of a football hero is not easy! THE TEXAS AGGIES Only fourteen members of Coach Matty Bell's powerful eleven that rose to the heights Thanksgiving Day to wallop the mighty Longhorn machine will receive the coveted "T" this year. Those thus honored: Captain Tom- my Mills, Groesbeck; George /.ara- fonetis, Breckenridge; Dan Abbey, Del Hlo; Pinky Alsabroolt, Cisco; Joe Brown, Alvord; Jack Christian, Abi- lene; Brooks Conover, Dallas; Red Delery, Houston...

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

iAi BIOS THSSSHS* HAIRYEARS WILL VIEW PICTURE AND TALK ATHLETICS Hydro-Electric Fewer FYlir Will Be Featurf of Meetmp, Ai s1,;i." *:iffcS! •' 1 cfciy t£ i- it ■ « • ■■ ■ - ; Wtidllt r . ; a rfltil, It.' "•;:!" :. ! '■"'I '. tf6n :r. : • N< v m.-.i ■. v.> ; t f ■ the t ( ' fcfeii t, f.ij \ '• i • 'i?"i « vii'uL.v' ">n LS.M. E.Mcet 11 'ill >.v Film M Qifu sucoestions <* .-s •'"S - ■* r\ ^ cuc; 0 * ° n. i3 o * b - I ^ n op- FIFTH FLOOR Look at thip wood ViM ijlacque o 1 an old Enylish ■ ile house . . . the very breath of the romantic, adventurous, fascinating English past! $6.95. The "time liest"gift . . porcelain, odd-shaped clock to match the color of the kitchen. Eight day movement. $4,95. Straight from Germany came a bluff, old stein . . colorful, lovely . . . com- plete with handle, gilt top. but no foam. $3.95. . 1 ■ S-K>r?i: of As- . , •.Ui-i'tillK Of \ "* M.K. to bf ...... : - : ! II. III. ill by tilt' UUt'ellU ,, , « M^uvillp Cotu- h «■ * . .■ ■.iterations of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 December 1929

The Honor System will be in full operation dur- ing the coming examina- tion period. The Honor Council la determined that it shall succeed. It ftands for a cherished Ideal. You must keep the faith. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE How did the English school system originate? What classes of children in England go to the public school, and what sports interest them? Read an Englishman's account of it, on page 4. VOL. 15 HOUSTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1929 NO. 13 n Vi e i ALUMNI ENDOWMENT FUND EXPECTED TO REACH $50,000 GOAL Alumni Directory To Be Published by the Association With only two weeks of campaign- InK for pledges left, the Endowment Fund ot the Kite Alunml Association is practically assured success in reaching the f!iO,(Hl() goal set tor the year 1929. To date there has been ♦•K5.SS5.76 pledged In individual and mlacellnuc'- ous pledges. The two miscellaneous contributions were made by members of two classes. The class of '28 sub- scribed $113.39 and the class...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 December 1929

RICE THRESHER THE 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. SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY B. 6. DRAKE HEADS HONOR COUNCIL HlllilUlMlimiHH'lll! Ted Strong Robert Himes EJbi'it Turner Rott't S. OriS'.' Isaac (ianvtt Gardner Soulc Mary Hnlllc Hcrry A)IUea mil Herbert fkilifrnss . Jo Belli c,; i-ifi'in Gnu e WfWvr ,, AliCt) WilU-ttil .111] It) l.;tl Hoss Pond (i'.lV I: Wr|.|l Business Editor Manager THE STAFF li w;,ih tin: cllmu\ of the Brand litioli? Of tlif Meiropolliun stage, show itiM week. Tim beautiful (?) | ytiiui!.'; i'.'i lady had just danced on to j i lie stiigii with Hit* phunrd bearing the ; iuuttf.li'jf lett'Oa "RICE"; the Co-ed j <i*!v was playing "For Mice's | Managing Editor' Hiinur." Down on the front row, in-1 wig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 December 1929

ki i i RICE THWiSHBR *1 RICE SOCIETY U >•' f 4 k U (t * 4 ; >£ * f • & vi Miss Hobs Alma Hancock of El Campo, Texas, wan a visitor on the campus during the past weekend. Miss Hancock was a former member of tlie Institute. • ♦ The weekly meeting of the J2. B, L. S. was held at the Autry House Monday. No program was presented, but important bust nets matters were discussed. The correct date of the annual bridge party to be given ut the llice Hotel is January 12. It wag decided that members of tin- club would furnish a busket of foot! and gifts for a poor family at Christ- mas. A committee was appointed to look after the arrangements. * # * Mr. Dick .lamerson hud as his guest for the week-end, Mr. George Willis. a student at the University of 'l'exus. * « Misses Marjorle Nicks und Tazel Held and Messrs. Harvey Tanner and Tommy Dyers will motor to Beaumont. Saturday for the Kice Dramatic Club production in that city. * * * The cast of tlie French Club pro- duction. "Les Fenitn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 December 1929

t . • >..! RICE THUItHIR TSANOFF SPEAKS BEFORE ALUMNI Daugherity Will Be Main i Speaker Today At Luncheon There were some titty Rice alumni at the wHii'klf luticht'oii und tfeptljig of that IXKlyI lu.-lil It! Foley Little (Spanish Town" lusft Friday'. In the principal address ol' the jug, Or. itSH'loSlm A nil 11 Tstiuol I.. professor < ! plii |. i~i >pli > u) Rice, Htl'WBCiil .gain Ulld ngalli 'tillu import ancu Hint vitality. in1 s" 14; lis Hire's 11uure i,; i.i'j'V"' I'm d, {if a inuri.vil ;*•*' tlvity liy tb> lti^vitu>'ni ii!u in to i!nic.« preWiitij D-t?-! ■><)IJ MllOllUl g"! till.' r villi)1 I K/ait.-i 'that Mr. MardonDescribes English System for Thresher Readers Tsunol'f Said notion out, > j'ou are o- • immature. Vi come to i'ii.iJi ■ind import.i,i::< I have t><■ t TI liiJI years; ai ij • S'dj l(Jt lltifll. >. X l.i'M, (l l.l !,)««, t<> ha.i ;if'<gl (i/Kly, W'-..K ft 1111 ! tin\ t,- not yet ! i■ yinir dm ii wo.ilUi | The oldest o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 December 1929

— ciw, RICE THRE8HER , if «•, 1 * **• <■ > * f p i 1 ! 1 i Owls and Others by GARDNER SOULE. About Bill Morgan Congratulations to Hill Morguti, cuptuin-eloet of what promises to be Hit* most powerful cloven In the his- tory o£ Rice Institute! This gentleman from Don I bob funks wtt.li Rush Jones us one of the best guards In Texas. Ami, unless we err, Morgan pluyed in every game on the Owls' schedule this year, Saturday night, upon Ids being elected leader ot next year's Blue and Oray aggregation, Morgan stated that he should try to be as good u captuin as Bush Jones has been. 'Nuff said! About Bu h Jone* There never was a man more de- Dill V niTRJMNI) '**<*<• hit'Ntw Slogm piffle IlITIC ^ CW Meetings 11L1 bliUu In I It On the evening of January 10, 1930, ' the members of the Girls' Tennis Club j Tremendous Crowd Jam s wiU meet 0,1 llle C,,JUM8 Hl Sam HoU8 i fridirnn Far i ",n for ttU ll""r °£ tennis- kater ri " I they will go to the home of Gladys Classic j Schili for re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 December 1929

RICE THRESHER putt chaw dvvvwptc ENG G SHOW BUDGETS New Plans and Exhibits Up For Consideration in WRIGHT, STONE AND HOLLAND SPEAK TO NIINTH OF SEMINARS Completed Schedule for First Term Meetings Are Announced MI lid ."Hi I !:# M i- i;l a ii \ t,l t .1 rf"-'!*'' l )! V ■ i'i' .•'; ilVtl''! . i..v -1 ,l,n* i/lli' 'Mffl"'' ;i.v \|| : I ! "irpl'liiijjfe ; :.fi lllVM'll.il, fts'i p- )>'.y ■ no:ni i..' • in:u-i ...ii i. i lit CI ill l)iidge. I,.r-.v MlVM-ri.fi the iff. ® ONE wl .illl'i' 111 M !te&. lit1. |aB| ; ll'«w- V'-iil.'-iit'--'" Mem I., ,r> U #>'■' "''v' 11 i ll li i'Jvill r .1:1'!- " j t I..ri r'■ ii i(ij• I.'nn:i'Iiiv Society 1st 111 i iii-'li (Vlftit l !■):(<! til I • l> t Mllll' (iiid |.Iki.i.i -ivfiill'y iiii-j,-using ; I ,iij/i i, i' lii'i; m "ri'igs ll Im.i.-ii ; i'li.tjl'vijip in - ll| I1'. . I r ■ ^.f - [ V, .'.'liJi .t\|i|'l>. ■ Mll.itJ.fili." Hull in llin 111ar11\i r iu yi lilch t In Hairy |i;.( |', ;i 11 ill.),). I:' ' ' 11« WOfl'lv <"'f ' ' it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 December 1929

' I ' , s Christmas STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE New Year MH VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1929 NO. 14 > T •* h J, # « if- r ! *rs 1 /•V I r tffl • IA? §■ FRESHMEN SWEEP FAST INTER-CLASS TRACK TOURNAMENT Claude Bracey Runs Away With Individual Honors Klee Institute Freshmen, keeping up the fine work tlnne on tlie football field, Thursday won the Inter-claw track championship by u landBlldo, The hapless Sophomores, nearest to the peerless slimes, scored II points for second plate. The Juniors trailed \,ith 32, and the Senior came in lust with 21. Claude Brace.v, junior. with 17 points to his credit, led all individual scorers. Hoilowity, freshtnaSi, with 15V4• and Kay Harbour, another fresh- man, with 1114, took second and third. Couch HJortberg extends a Merry Christinas and a Happy New Year to all his 'rackmen. All members of the V'arnlty I'Vesti Oman track s<iuad will report Monday, January <•, IU30, for resumption of the preliminary training, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 December 1929

RICE THRESHER TH E 7WKPSH E R SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. 3. DRAKE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR RICE SOCIETY The editor has been called lot* of | Miss Margaret Carter has hud as 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 of September. Entered as second clasa matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Hubert iliini" Elbert Turner mvwp. $1.1 t.H'ak'.i. Isuim: S'o.iflW ' ilitj Mary 11 - I.HI'-i-v'^ , ... 'aimilu ii;i . t il' i ll- : i BoUI'rJL-ii , i'lYi Griffta... "{Grit A li <;■>: ■ Bealcrni.u'J;it -■■ WIVUMU ..hjilu-nu - THE STAFF Editor Business Manager Managing Editor .Associate Editor . Associate Editor Sports , Society j|, Society News News ,.:C<ipy IKFeatures .features .'Emsinwirig • Advertising things during the past three mouths, The burning questlou uu the campus J but never before has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 December 1929

%A RICE THRESHER 11 {i s *-jt * • 'i « V j Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULE. By Gardner Soule THAT 1030 SCHEDULE The Owls' 12-gnme grid schedule I* now practically complete. The feath- ered flock will certainly get an early start next year, l'or on September 20 the Southwestern Pirates come to Houston for the season's opener. The PUNS UNDER WAY TO LIGHT OWL STADIUM Cost of Wiring Estimated Between $5600 AndtfOOO Plans are underway to have the stadium at Hlce Field lighted In or- der that next, year's Institute eleven can play several of Us games at I night. Marty Blue athletic officials and en ' Imbued with a high spirit ot self-confidence and desirous of showing their superiority ovet other campus organisations, in the matter of basketball, the I're-Law Society hereby ex- tends a challenge to nny cam- pus organization to moot them In combat on the basketball court at any time desired. Hoe llaro'd I!. Wright for further details. tentative St. Edward's game for Onto- | I liusiast >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 December 1929

RICE THRESHER CORD FRONT AXLE WILL BE FEATURE OF SEMINAR TODAY Demonstration of Front Wheel Drive at Two P. M. By FRED MAHAFFEY, JR. ,i 11-■.i.1.iji iii'"'tin': Pngiiieoiltii; Si miliar i- lie 'jKtfd ...itvls ul'tornoou in room {jW U I., W«?ld I lodgson «Ml sJKMll on tftii t. "PfDOl WIli"! ijrtvi" ini Vnt i i'ibili.««," and will' (! '• a, i "o.rtl . rn.ir.ii ;iX.U: <ii<si-tiilily in pruc- livul 111■!i1 i! rtf ihe I'niintr •* «>f a vie ml Hi illwr ration Vii the iiOl-S.lV!- (>:< liilis ilpl-ecll:,; All. 0le.l,|ty:-!':i O'i Mir i m-a it u t< i ii ii-1 evj:t -II it: f. I'm * 11 h ji i t ii.rfi 1.111,itmt to .ill* ml tnv nii'ri ijijt', v. 11 : <111 i i! il' l.'. Ill .it. II >' ■!<>' I..- I ." \eMiV<lih'fc liliiilu:-.,)::. tI'm:- !I■' | i(<>0 e.I Iii't'iit 1,1 r11V :l lit..1 'ii' ■ 1111■ r by iljiea IIS" <il I'll'; , l'l /1II f "VI1 i'llMl- I 1 .1 H fill:.' h< «• 11 appllei. .VII a • i.ri(i-■'i ,vv u> hS1' ;'t'li-'iiK'Hiiis iij.f :t nftiiwi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 January 1930

'! i .•fw 4 i f r Houstonians greatly an joy the extension leeturat sponsored by the Rica Institute. Dr. H. B. Waiaar will deliver tha aaoond lecture of tha eerie a Sunday. Students might wall profit by them. VP ■ob STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Welcome, Jaek Meagher . . . What finer New Year'e gift could be given Rice atudenta than the signing of Meagher to a two year contract? Jack'a winter football training hae been under way four daye. r;i vol. 16 houston, texas. friday, january 10. 1930 no. 15 rice five takes on smuhere saturday in second contest Jimmy St. Clair Hat Fast Club with Hammon As Smart Guard Determined to regain the prestige lost by a lopsided defeat at the hands of the Texan Donghorns, the Hire Owls take the floor against the 8. M. II. Mustangs tomorrow night at x: Ir> in ■what should prove to be a real basket, ball game. The tilt will be fought on the City Auditorium court. Borne trouble was experienced by Ride Catching Soon To Be Banned At Baylor Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 January 1930

RICE THRESHER y t THE A weekly paper published by the Studente of Ric« Institute during the months of October, November, Deeember, January, February, March, April, May, and the laet two weeks of September. Entered as second class mattsr October 17, 1916, at the postofflcs In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strom; Robert Himex Elbert Turner Rowe S. Drake . ..'4* Isaac liarrott Gardner Kmiif Mary Malik' Berry Althcu Hill Herbert UolirrasH Jo Beth Grlffiu (iruc.c Kelder Alice Seaborn Wiliet.ta .lohtlifOtl Rosa fond . . (l]i\ Ji. Webb Editor Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. S. DRAKE ..Associate Editor ..Associate Editor .^...Sports Society Society | News News | Copy Features Features I Engineering Advertising j For those who doubt the wde cir- culation and popularity of The Thresher 'the followlug letter Is pub- lished: Thompsonville, Mich., Dec. 14, 1920. To the Thresher, Houston. Texas. Ilea,' Sir: I would like very much to s...

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