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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 February 1930

A I «v '§ | J H >*■> * E-H Th« Kngin««ri ar« ••king «M of th« Arte ttudanta in tiw production of the Engineer- ing Show. Hero i« • ehanee for many atudents to do •omething worth while for the Institute. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Two Rice athlete* will end their college careers at the Auditorium tomorrow night. They have been game fight- era. Come out and give them a hand. VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1930 NO. 20 DISMISSAL OF TWOj Two Rice Cagers Gain Places On All Southwestern Teams FOLLOWS ACTION BY RICE HONOR COUNCIL One Student Wa« Found Not Guilty in Recent Trials Two students, confessing themselves guilty of cheating on the recent Feb- ruary examinations, have been drop- ped from the Rice Institute, the Hon- or Council announced thin wee*. A third student was acquitted of (ill charges brought against him. The resignation of the two studenth following their confessions made a total of three convictions brought about by the Honor Council this...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 February 1930

RICE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rlea Institute during ths months of October, November, December, January, February, Maroh, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1910, at the postofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. 8. DRAKE Ted Strong Robert Hlmes Elbert Turner Editor Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF Rowtv S, Drake Isaac Garrett ... Gardner Soti]<• . Mary Halite Berry AUhea Hill Herbert Bollfrasts Jo ll.-ih Griffin . Grace l-vidi •• Alloa teeabora Willetta Johnson Ross Fund «nv It Webb, ..Associate Editor ..Associate Editor Sports Society Society News News -Copy Features .....Features ....Engineering Advertising HYSTERICA ATHLETICA T!;i like li:-ti"ii. went into iiuiiiiuiliiic- last Wednesday. Heeause a few ; -t':.l,nts miiti lus! their heads over a Im*U-limit victory on the preceding and l.rc'anci' ;i pari i.f the freshman class became ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 February 1930

RICE TH RESHIR i i $ Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULS. Rice may not have a championship team this year, but the Owls are the only team to complemuy outclass an Arkansas quintet In live years or so. That shows what real fight can do. 37-16! Rice bad twice as many points as the Arkansas five, and still had tlve points more! 87-10! Arkansas players state that Jakle Hess ts the greatest forward to play .against them thig year. He Is the only forward In the circuit to compare with Wear Schoonover, the Razor back's All-American star. 37-16! Arkansas made live points during the second half of Tuesday's game— lllce Hindi1 twenty-five. 37-16! A well-earned holiday for the Rice team and rooters. 37-16! And It might have been two straight for Rice, it the gun hadn't . . . well, if things hadn't turned out like they did the night before. 37-16! From Arkansas! • * Here's a fairly complete list of slime track stars: 100 and 220-yard daslies: Percy Northcutt, W. E. Davis, Dick Jumer- son, Bert Mue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 February 1930

RICE TWRgSHIR BRILLHART TALKS TOHAIRYEARS ABOUT STRUCTURAL STEEL Construction of Manhattan Bank Building Reviewed tiii' )>an < ion, .in ii ml ll'.lti- II llrllllian, general manager of I'd it \\*n!l h S t r n i 111 ill I Sli'i'l COUP • p -l;e Ill 1 lie I " 11 lii!!• M 'l int: So- i v j,i if,< ii VV"ilih"-i|;.,< night I In - ■ 11>• "The Advantages I I'Mwailva-htagw* nf Col ! •#*• fad- 's* In flic Not ! iie.isl and tin,. South j Vfrv'.: Hnlil ;irt also hiw••• I a ! MONDAY IJilglneerlng Uil>s will not tin In-Ill Monday afternoon. so I lie tiin.■ will Iik spout by Haliyears on preparations) lor till' sixth biennial Engineering Show, (jeniijal ManHKiT HObb desires llllll all lllWllb'TM Of till" ellgl' neeilng school nee their depart- ment heads for assignments and spoili. all possible time Monday on hlaiw t links. SCHOOL TROPHIES TO BE EXHIBITED i • yli.unv .MahJrt.t.:t.ii:i lin- (if,ftst|"U|i M, M of in buililliiiti mi durii lli/ltt.fc a ii ii-mii'•<-ni<■*!t « :i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1930

I I 1 ■if I tifilKw •J 9 i The Thrasher believes that provision for a weekly assembly period le essential to better student govsrnmsnt. An edi- torial on pave 2 explains this mors fully. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Attention is ealled to the Harvard Prohibition plan out- lined on page 3. The Thresher I want! to know what Rice stu- dent* think about it. VOL. 15 houston, texas, friday, march 7, 1930 no. 21 COUNCIL INVITES PARENTS TO ATTEND ENGINEERING SHOW Publications Found to Be In Sound Financial Condition Tin? parents of al! UU:o students will receive let I era sometime (luring the next two weeks urging their ill teudauce «t the sixth biennial Kngi- iteeHn* Show In April. A resolution to that effect wns panned by the Stud- ent Council in iii< etinft .Monday aft ernooit. ''['he tpovo to invite all par- ents followed rejection of lite SHg gested "Parents Day," which % Hie Council decided was at present In- feasible. A committed Including Join) lUd.'ey and William Va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1930

RICE THRESHER THE A weakly 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 ae second class matter October 17, 191#, at the postofflee In Houeton, Texae, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Robert Mimes Elbert Turner Editor .Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF Howe S. Drake - , | Associate Editor Isaac Garrett , Associate Editor Gardner Soule —•• Sports Mary Hallie Berry Society Altbea Hill - Society Herbert Bollfrass News Jo Beth Griffin News Grace Folder - Copy Willetta Johnson --- - Features Itoss Pond . , Engineering Guy R. Webb Advertising Alice Seaborn - — Features LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Not so long ago in Philadelphia the detectives of the district attorneys office went book collecting. Their ob- ject was to purge the city of "immor- al literature," and their method, if not SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. S. DRAKE Immediately after t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1930

RICK THRESHER I 4 % I I t ' HARVARD PLANS TO ORGANIZE REFORM Prohibition Law Will Be Ob- ject of Attempt To Unite Colleges Cambridge, March 3.—A movement to organize undergraduate opinion at Harvard and throughout the uation to work for a reform of prohibition was Initiated last night when letters were mailed to the debating societies and undergraduate newspapers of over a hundred instiutions throughout the United States. Plans for active work in Cambridge call for a meeting next week in the Union, where prominent drys and wets will discuss prohibition, and a strow vote., which is to be con- ducted, later In the spring, simultane- ously in colleges all over the country. The Harvard Debating Council is handling relations with dohating or- ganizations with other universities, and a debate on a tentative plan of re- form has already been scheduled by Princeton. Fairly definite arrange- ments have been made to debate* pro- hibition with Yale, Chicago, George- town, Loyola, Ohio Uuiversi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1930

Hid THRESHER BEARS RALLY TO BEAT OWLS, 41-37 Alford Takes High Scoring Honors of Game with Seventeen Points Showing a (UfcckltMi loulotvu front thu Umn tliut tliey Inul t'lushwi lour days hcforo to wallop tin Arkansas JUruor burka, Coach " l-'tig" .Utiii«h^riy"h K i < * * Owl# tool-. ;i H to *57 th'Ciui! at tlu jiaud^ 13avlor Urai* hc.i .«, Uirft Saturday night; *Twa.s the Ml&hty Vlforil1 pi" fliiylot who sirniHh^cl Kii " Ik'I"'1*' ol' Uiuwh- itijuc the ^o;t>on wvll up on tlv<- confer • on<:<:> lnd'l- • , The im-waiM fro,iTi IUiuUiooiit sv'oro'tt' 'H!bS«• ri... t iill l* ami I'tij4# «i hail HUtytl* t'*>t,* a total oi 17 jmift*>•'. aoe i IM* gi)iiiua-svov- iitjir hoio'iH AuWr\ Siuith of 1 IoiUi- tou, ilaylr'T • : 1'tiiiit . • hatliVil U|« 1 Wv-lVo jrtarM i s, '^ hi! ,1'ildo or Uiijo mnrto n j>o1nt>. iivcorU- jii^ly Uioh ?ifRf i ia tIn- i-oufW1-. ijsth'W i'ur i h'j,,"'}, km a.sou, and M-a« .• iToiidt <i.' hy HUy 1-1 an, flifc£h> ;• ophoi|.v;n"- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1930

THE THRE8HER % i 1 Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULB. And bo one morn basketball season lias passed on Its way. The end of the conference season this year was marked by a number of upsets, the most drastic of which was Rico's trouncing Arkansas. Then the Texas Aggies rose to the heights to wallop the oLnghornu (shades of last Thanks- giving day) and a certain team of Baylorltes overcame the Hlce Owls before whom the eJUars were doped to fall by a topheavy score. It all goes to show that nothing Is Impossi- ble In basketball. The Aggies' defeat of the Steers would indicate that more A. & M. men should be serious candidates for all- Southwestern teams. Buster Keeton, "Shiro" Hoke, Konecny and Bell ire all worthy of attention. And Baylor's nosing out Rice should give more Bruins a chance for the voceted honors. Smith, Alford, Strick- land and Klersky, are all good men. • • • Alfred ("Big T'n") Hose of Texas, and Wear Schoonover were named as the two outstanding conference per- forme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1930

THE THRESHER The Campus Calendar • • « • MORRILL, YANCEY AND CASE TALK TO SENIOR SEMINAR Garza, Robb and Wright To Be Speakers on Today s Program V iliin usHlM-ti 01 1 m rill ' ifi'Vifeiu'l'.-. Mini: ill ui.-ljil -lad nil ti 1J<- ii i nn •• i,<|. i ! !■>(« •>! tin' if'liiliv nifl'ltfi of all tlw- vailou-* <!tiie of i.i'tid loud- Ii<-i,<I i i - mid i de.lrf.ipi.toit, of .tM i'ii- I'.iinn iiiijc .in-1 kiii">1' 111<>1 ti■ in- tiiiK'oiin t.i'i'vd ii 1,1':" mist.iTii riim, ' i! t|je W-'i t* 1 ■ i,11'' f ;■' f i^i ri.- uii e.io,"t . . ■' i pi ,i 1 file I i III'- • >1'" 1"-;l -Kl "tUV >U' -.(ill; iiiiir, '5V . If!!i ! J; I? ii-,!$ [ VniV II fie..;- oijlt.mtil ilfM #|#itiUi U'i I I'l'ifJ J.i. . M-m.lt'liJli i • I ii ll.ll'"' A'l! lie- « ■ ind mI-*.1111• ,h< . v |ll,l Uti.-^ r III ■ <■ «.l 11T f' 11''' I' ."I I << a ! ill'f'S "I l!■ 11 pn:i, wti.-i;.mi n sin-) Vjiil v, el.I J'l-I'K i - < i1'. Mil-1 ■ ilttll !I1 '.< MpMil ifcif tvftfi! 11 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 March 1930

i m 1 € throughout tho United IUM are taking an active part in tho present prohibition controversy. Tho boot piaeo for student com. mont io In tho student news* papers. The Thresher will welcome yours. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Classes which have not yet elected their staffs for tho special Threshers ere urged to do so at once. The claes issues begin on March 28. VOL 18 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1930 NO. 22 polls close at one '"—* •" o'clock in annual may fete election Mats Meeting Is Called for March 21; Will Select Rest of Personnel Voting for Rice's 1980 Queen of the May began in tho Sallyport at 8 o'clock today unci will continue thru- out the morning, 'he polls closing at 1 p. m. At 1 p. m. yesterday, the deadline hour, petitions of oniy three candi- dates had been received by the Wom- an's Council. The three petition* were those of Miss llomotselle Hadeu, Miss Lillian Horiock, and Miss Lti- cile Davis. The petitions had been signed by the necesary numbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 March 1930

THE THRS8HER THE FROM THE THRESHER FILES A weekly paper publlehed by the Students of Rice Inetltute during the month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September, j Entered as second class matter Oetober 17, 1918, at the postofftoe In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Robert Hiatus Elbert Turner Row 0 S. Inula; „ Isaac Ciarrcfl ... Gardiner Soule Mary llallii: Hurry.. .,, Althea Hill Herbert Bollfrass . Jo Hi'th (irttflH Grace FbMcr — THE STAFF Editor Business Manager Managing Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Sports ; ... Society ! 'M..: Society ....News News I -.Copy TEN YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Senior Issue, with not a little class pride In Its columns, boasts that the class of '20, the largest In Rice's history, has many ex-service men. There are editorials about "The Thresher" about "Athletics at Rice," and one ambitious writer wants to know why, after four years of Btorm and stress, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 March 1930

RICE THRESHER m i Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULS- The Hlgnlng of Johnny Niemeic as backfleld coach tor the 1930 flock of Rice Owls given Rice one of the best and most complete couching staffs In the Southwest. Niemeic will fit admirably into Coach Jack Mea- gher's stylo of play. * * The former ail-American star played under Meagher some years ago while attending St. Edward's, the little school located on a hill juat outside of Austin, where Meagher was coach until this pa«t fall, when he came to Rice. After his stay at St. Edward's Nleinlee betook himself to Notre Dame, where he got higher learning and higher football fame. ♦ * * It seems that Itiee athletic officials are leaving no stone unturned to give the Institute one of the greatest foot- ball elevens that, ever raised the dust on a Southern field.. * • * Coach E. W. HJertberg will conduct a coaching school next summer, from June 11 through June 29. "If track athletics are to he built up it* the United States of America, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 March 1930

<a FOUR RICE THWSSHE* PLANS COMPLETED Hairy ears Hear FOR SATURDAY WORK Wcsterf teM Sr. ON SHOW PROJECTS Afternoon Will Be Spent by Hairyears on Show Developments Meinbei ii tit t Ih« engineering schools, according to a decision readied Wednesday eieniug at ll meeting ill Engineering Show tu.iiiag era, v 111 uii'rt on i |u* caii.i|)uit ai 1' 0 dock S<*i unlay ufteruoou to reveive lunt i unions i fniii department tnniuig 1 rs on project work fur the show. It >« |il a n mo I | tm | members til i11,- It i|> I 11 I lllclil will II t rvf • t sepnrfltoh Willi! their respect) hi leaders, wlieco do larttnetii p lit lis will in iJIsruMivd am! prot'lsiotW inj|i|«. f()I> (ll.. ji,|:iv«itwijlll,iv.,t i< wiiil tImi (oiu|,:. iio[ i i t; «'iio* exhibits. VlHiouru onicivt oi' ihi tiuaiiu iiu,. i;)r;oiis iin'i 11 nt.*.-. wjj) i.i.o. All CMrlUl'OfllilJ ,s| H().'l, ( .. , if ' liool Hi'H e\|ieclei| to ri'irmi !i' 'i\ iij-1, town does lie it |.i|. i tin, 'ti of tii'i." j. .,<j u- '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 March 1930

Th# mo«t Important co-«d matting will l held today at 1 p. m. An alaetlon of tha May court and tha ataff for tha Co-ad Thraahor will bo on tap. Ivory eo-td Da expoet- •d to bo present. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Two Rioo students express tholr views on present elaaa- cutting practices and tha eternal Saturday NlQht dance problem. These are printed on page 2 in the column of let- ters to the editor. VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1930 NO. 23 THIRTEEN ELECTED RICE CAGE CAPTAIN TO RICE CHAPTER OF THE PHI BETA KAPPA New Members to Be Initiated and Banqueted on April 16 By Herbert Bollfrass Thirteen candidates for I'liI Beta Kappa will be initiated Wednesday, April 16. At this time a Phi Beta oration will be given. The lecturer will be Monsieur H. Chamnrd, prates aor of the Literary History of the French Henaissance in the Faculty of Letters of the University of Paris. Of the thirteen candidates, eight are candidates for B. A. degrees, one for B. S. and four can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 March 1930

THE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rio* Institute during th* month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two week* of September. Entered a* «eeond claw matter October 17, 1916, at the poetofflo* In Houston, Texas, under th* Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Robert Hlmes Elbert Turner Howe S, Drake Isaac Garrett Gardner Soule Mary Jtallic lferry.-. Althea JI 111 - Herbert Bollfrass Jo llelh Griffin: ... Grace FeHU-r Willetta Johnson .... Alice Seubiirtl; Ross Pond Cm U Webb . Editor Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF Letters to the Editor ... Associate Editor j .......Associate Editor j , Sport* I Society I Society i ,r.,„ .News ! .i'jjXv......™News j Copy * . ^ Features | Features Engineering .....Advertising GOOD WORK, COUNCIL! I, I tin ..umi'ilihii! Ik .it 1'ast u'oiuc l,i> hi dotte to belter 'the tuition Ti'uh Student Coniw!!) indicated > Inn it means tit.. Iiiii Mt 1|< Momftfj t!"" ti.itc w h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 March 1930

* • * ,! I 1 Owls and Others BY GARDNER 80ULE. This may be the last time thU col- umn will appear in the Thresher for some time. For starting next week, the various classes will take over the publishing of hte paper, and not until five or six weeks have elapsect will the regular staff take over Thresher work again. Heres' wishing all the luck in the world to the various class staffs, and here's where we take a vacation for at least, throe weeks. • * * Otis Harris, stellar center of the 1929 edition of Hiee slimes, had a vis- itor on the campus last week. Kelly Scott, all-state hack from Marshall High School, and a triple threat man, came here to look over this school he expects to attend starting next Sep- tember, Scott had, as coach in high school, the well-known "Red" Willis, who was mentor to the renowned Har- ris. * * * We can sympathize with the base- ball team of itico Institute at Hons- ton. Texas. This team, the colors of which are I31ue and Gray, and which the Owl Is the hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 March 1930

FOUR RICf THRESHER PLANS FOR MEETING OF HARYEAR GROUP NOT YET COMPLETE Planet for the meeting of the Knglne. erlng Society to be held Wednesday nlnht, March 20, were not complete j manuscripts of interest and worth. Writing Club Notes The desire to achieve publication has Injected new vitality in an almost prostrate organization—i. e., Writing Club. Several aspiring authors have come to the rescue with numerous EXHIBITS OF E. E. AND ^.s. m. e. Branch to STURGIS, H0WERT0N T7" * 'i AT . /"I . // n/ _ , _ ^ CH. E. DEPARTMENTS BEING COMPLETED Yancey and Benbury Pleased With Progress Made To Date Visit New Gulf Plant The Houston chapter of the A. S. -M. K, will conduct an all-day inspec- tion trip to the Texas Gulf Sulphur | Company, at Nuw Gulf tomorrow, | March 22, and lias extended an invi- j tat ion to all u) umbers of the llice stu- dent branch of the A. s. M. K, to at- j tend. I The party Is to leave the University I'rotsrcss in the work of preparinii I t'luh at !t o'clock Saturday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1930

; 1 i lit 8 STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Senior Edition VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1930 NO. 24 co-eds perfect martha stewart is plamfor may fete at mass meeting Duchesses and Maids Elected From Respective Classes By Julia Hurd Rlcker At a co-ed mass meeting held lant Friday in the Physics Amphitheatre the Duchesses aud Maids of the com- ing May Fete were elected. The meet- ing was presided over by Miss Lillian Horlock, president of the Woman's Council, who introduced the Queen (Miss Homoiselle Had an) and the Princesses (Misses Lucille Davis) and Lillian Morlock) who were elected by secret ballot the preceding week. Miss Iiorlock then turned the meeting to represent rice at texas round-up W. M. STANDISH FRED ROYSE Will Be University's Guest At Big Home-Coming In April At a special meeting of the Wo- man's Council held Thursday morn- ing, at (lie Autry House, Miss Martha Stewart was elected to represent Rico at the Texas University "Round-Up" to lie held a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1930

THE THRESHER THE HER A weekly paper published by the 8tudents of Rice Institute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two week* 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 HlmeB Elbert Turner li, s. Drake Altbea Hill Isaac (Jarrett Herbert Bollfms.s Carl lliii: ,lr Malcolm Heubett, Alice Seaborn . Uurreii Curotliei'H Stuart Lunik In , Editor Business Manager . Managing Editor Letters to the Editor Needles and Threads There Is a rumor about Hip rum- pus at present that thin Issue of the Editor, The Thresher: | Thresher, whatever be Its quality, will It seems to be taken for granted bp damned with faint praise or torn by the author of that editorial, "Col*! Into shreds by Its three able sueees- lege Men and Prohibition," reprinted, sors. A further rumor communicated Marcli 7 from the Harvard Crimson, 11'° editor of til...

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