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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 April 1930

, IJ * S w > < mir', • i * ■ i < sj t 4 £ i J -i , i, < 4 0 1:1 -* )T' o THE THRESHER THRONGS CROWD TO SEE SIXTH BIENNIAL ENGINEERING SHOW Various Exhibits Delight Visitors; No Casualties Reported Rice's sixth biennial engineering show closed Saturday night, after breaking all previous records for at tendance when It interested and en- lightened some 13,000 visitors from Houston and out of town. There were 319 exhibits in charge of about 315 students, and the over- flowing crowds are a witness that the show went over with a bang! Kgerton S. Ilobh, a senior in me- chanical engineering was the gen- eral manager of the show, and his executive ability won the praise of every visitor to th« nhow, First Lieutenant Tatum from Fori | Sam Houston, assisted by other of A SOPHOMORE NAMED OUTSTANDING ATHLETE ON RICE CAMPUS At a committee meeting held yes- terday in the Physics Amphitheatre where the first half of row one was packed to the limit, with furiously an. tagonistic student...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 April 1930

the; thresher from a freshman's diary feffi U ntvmryvllh;; The Gentleman at the Transom I'll V. hiK <> III pj|fe8||M IvH.-'tfl i;| 11 Mil (i.bij'ii. i ifiiit ' ■' '' ' ' '' '": t<>, tip C.enihman ai ih' Kt yjn.ijl' i , v 'ITfi'Vp|Mj.'' i.0 iV Huff Uv ft! 11 owlo# [hi$^ itfftis p< OUHJi d III tl*!' eO-t Of IfllJI b i'intiiiH iianiHltiji, iff' " TV", mmSI v ; of tilif.i ! rffl)Ki>fris aii.;ii, w hitfJi i'.MHtti- 1:1.1 ill, -,rd ,l|llt.!ijl:|Ht(j^ ■ t ies iV c i i.-h,i I:irfc<l aM bo 'a s , n tid jmimti *■ taI t1 aii.:;.iM!i.>- Uial had (SpiW, Ifc >])« im tttr !'' i Tbv Vttv i U'ai' -.ill'- tVl'Vi,--,! OEfjjiU't i- j IkOTl'l Wlgi ftt''- 1; i' 1 |iii,"tji'iij . •■ :•"> <-11/ijlM I "V,.i j-t'i-'t I tfit'li: i n(| i to M ' Ml 1 A. nil f ! i i r| :i ■ ' ■ « .! I; i r ' ; OS .1 h" ■ );'•1 It. ' \ j.',; ' i" !l i'l'l iti\ Hf I I IlKjll.nf OVI:( I>.r efr wh l femwf- neV.:WJ had lot uu- Wli- it t hi'. ' rfri.'f -'i'f.' i r(lwi|..|| ■I turn -other 'i lit •Iff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 April 1930

THE THRESHER . P SLIME TRYOUTS TO BE HELD AT FIELD TODAY! ■1:: ?'1 ■ ^2, Talented Freshman Stars Are In Competition for Place? ! On Team Wlih, the hJsUly touted it hmuvi track: In action, ill,iii',' liba.. field will unlay lie tfie #cei e < i! tJti* filial t.ryouts fop place* on this Hlini't? team. There will bo spirited etimpeltHiUi In all ot ilie events, unci it in Uttmgliit | that tlif time trials will prove to be, an « p«flally Attractive drawing t.ur«l.| The winners of firstr, second. and j third places! in todays meet viilj com-, pose the Krcfilunan team which will meet tin1 Sonth<-rr* 1'nriili K.riiroutl i stars <r May 3rd, In a dual mmi. to be hold on Iilta,. it'old ■ Todays meet and the one with (he S. I'. Team Fhoitld h- of unci in- toreat to all those lnlisrust>-d Hi tllee athletics. Nit# •only dues this 4>- : cldn tho atandlns of the vurlouu Slime track meu this year, but It will j prove an Important factor In fore, naming the potentlalitjies or Rice"# j l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 April 1930

THE THRESHER SLIMES HAVE BEST TENNIS TEAM IN SCHOOL'S HISTORY Barr, Connelly, and Others To Help Form Strong Squad Next Year TM-i J'f'Hr'n. teMlV J ,' iikite w|t i.i'mndsiltM; '"Hist confer- t <r ■■<,<, of tHisbiTistv'; ■ *« '1 ttJiertlilT'' '({.' •"wtiyl 1 . p| j hi it f Ifliffi p|l|S i ■ 1 vl 1 I If 'Sf III tl'gtl, 'W#>u!i ||ni rtisijii :$$$ '• wi'm fiii ■ iii'V ] m '■ ;fcii Here's the Bad News! Frosh Exams Schedule , 1 r, .' ' '■ ■ •■ 1 :"' i:i; 'I ■ ; June Html examinatloln schedule lias been posted on th bulb tin board. The following ..ichedule include s only Hreih- !ii|ji ijnibj^K;. Ka.tnrday May 04, !■(><>, engl- ,'neeriiij;. ... ■' .,.'; Monday, May 20. y: 00, French UI'J;' S:(|(i. French 100, ^Vci.lrnfatlay, May 2'S, 9'0i>,:; J.Miystes 2 1'tj, -G^itnaB1 l'.K,V 11 jl) u f« d J', SI 14, y 2|,' if{ (I, j Jyp#>• ;f|f Friday. Miy 3f!„ 2-; 00r lllMtory J:!''' and History IS!". • fr'atiirfey!, ;May til, M; Ou. Cheiac ;: 'I ^A'Sjif |i(V. I ^i' 3 .'. J i. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 May 1930

. mty |||. i rat* *W >w-' Co-ed Edition STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION Co-ed Edition RICE INSTITUTE VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930 NO. 29 J Co-Editorials j iMimmiimiiimiiimtiillimiiimiiimuiiiiimimiiiiiiiiHiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiMi A deplorable lack of Interest In be- ing shown In the forthcoming elec- tions. Jn fact so few petitions were submitted It became necessary to ex- tend th& deadline two days In hopes of obtaining a representative number of candidates to announce. The positions to be filled are the most Important ones that come with- in the scope of the students. Presi- dent of the Students Association, Yell leader, future editors and business managers of the various publications —all positions that should be filled by representative members of the stu- dent body. Political disinterest is an unhealthy sign so now that the announcements have been made study the .andldutes and select the ones you think most fitted for the respective oll'ivs. * * * In the e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 May 1930

i'2W THE THRESHER YfiE A weekly paper published by the Student* 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 postofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Hubert llimes Elbert Turner Editor Business Manager Managing Editor STAFF ]01ll> SpelO'e Mtirkuiu Adkms .lulli-tn; Sukuwlrst M.d y Kli.'sibith .;nMUfc' Kid. S«' I'l ht'iif aUl *. '< lit In .Villi. .1 M ill and Mary 1.11: .VIii iovii«' tt'l ti' ,V . • X l-iudUw liiiv ■ Uiil/if.; Itt ■ ti o Editor Business Manager Managing lid it or Featurns Sews Society Bfbortw . .. Art Uiffi iluid a iiu-ilu. <:,'■! Til;: lid M:lV1b;r Rlleii Williams REPORTERS M IJeisy Ross, Albert ti BtfK/ii., ItabeMe Kr<-cduitin. Wlileitu i \1!i31 . Vi\ !:in V ie winger KM/abetl! \ye, iienovievt. I'yle. ■ ■ The Thresbirti' will be m'sxi Wcelt. 'All ralj 1 fe lie- Thresher o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 May 1930

THE THRESHER -4 1 1 CO-EDS ELATED AS NEW CROP OF PROFS PROMISED Six Old-timers Leaving Rice Institute for Greener Pastures SATURDAY NIGHT ■ it m f'd i I 1 By Lucille D«vl Cilrls, girls! Sit up and take notlco tor the Institute will liuve u uow crop of young instructors next year. This should be some consolation to those taking 100 and 200 courses again, while those with secret crushes on the faculty will undoubtedly mourn. But why this sudden dllenia, us the Gar- goyle calls it? There seems to be just two principle reasons advanced either the departing instructor feels there is chance for advancement neither , in position or salary in the near fu- ture, or he Is simply tired of the teaching profession. William Hartmun, instructor in English, gives both these reasons for leaving. There is but one professor, one assistant professor and about ten instructors in the English department; however, it seems the administration can do nothing for lack of funds. Mr. Hartman has been nine years...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 May 1930

THE THRESHER Spring Fancies YOUTH SPEAKS a gold*.'n balance I rest in Waiting to be weighed ; I am a pawn on an amber wheel Waiting hi tic played. 1 am a traveler standing Where tin* burnished highways run; I inn a ranged vagabond liu.nitMK to meet tint sun. 1 alii a prim ■ • of power, My hiitr. rotigbblown and curled) 1 am a sU'orig, brown Hercules, Waltlm;, 10 ruift (lit; world. I l ire -m .iiniiii.' ecstasy For which somebody prayed; I. am a pa via on an amber wheel Will uu to 'be played, 11 v Helen KUaboih Katie. HEDGES IN Hill th'e nice i n orn fim^rii : ibov I . ( BLOOM ("a in pus) b< newt li Willi you, t in od the limbs hilt* hi i oweretf 1 itie :m stiijwSro)^ showered down, v (ililittle btai'a they seemed! 'iiii 'foil:' ■ >1 a eiirl of yours, <111it< IT"inulously :ini" 4 'in .ml your (firming hair, . :: jiH i'.-v g;-> ve ' pretext >, 1 j li.-i: I ' ['lie pe;t"!,itfui' lief 4 ;* m UlWli li i. r«:M. >as?a in So tin t tuak (iriiin. ilinli Jt> , J.iSi't 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 May 1930

' THE THRESHER JAMAICA SPONSORED BY PALMER GUILD One Act Play and Dancing Will Feature Mexican Entertainment A Mexican Juraulea will be sponsor- ed by the WuineriH Ciullil of Palmer Chapel tonight on the church lawn from 6 p. in. to 10 p. m. The ground* are to be artistically decorated in conformity with the Mex- ican theme, and through out the evening a variety of entertalnmentu will be provided for the guests. For- tune tellers, grub bags, and Informal programs are Included in the plans. During the early part of the even- ing a one act play Is to be present- ed by the Rice Dramatic Club. The Old Lady Shows, Her Medals, the piay which won first place In the one act play competition in February, will be given under the direction of Mary and Fnyotta Button. The cast Is to in- clude Bee Harrison, Richard Petitfils, L,e nor a l'lowden, Dorothy Ethel Sea- man, .Durell Carothers, Mary Hutton. Mexican and old southern suppers are to be served and later in the evening a dance will lie held...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 May 1930

%\ THE THRESHER FNGINFFRS EI ECT ullUlllLuAu CuLJuvl NEW EXECUTIVES Craig and Markins Head Engineering Society Next Year Athletic Ann Avers <UTS Ann Avera— —Jesse Willis in undoubtedly the | handsomest star of the track team and The president, vice president and lo«r idea of a good all-around man. executive, committeeman of the En-1 -Claude Brace,v In the type that gWeriuK Society for the etioulng ! fancinateu because audi manly lack term were unanimously elected at a J of beauty si-ems impossible. Maybe meeting of tl'« society which was that's why the Dixie Flyer passes the lielii Wertneaday nifrtit. Fred Craig |grimdst.und at such a tremendous was chosen as president, A M. Whit-!speed. mapn. vice president, and V 1., Mar- Fanestlel is that ottcomlng soph kins, executive commit! Jcmau. The I who rates the hurdles because of (ifisitioit of secretary anil for which j those same legs that put him so lJws I'oiid and .lolnniie llalley arc! above the girls as to cause the old eiuHllda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 May 1930

No itudent govern* meat can be successful without the support of a student majority. The run-off election for five important offices is on Monday. Cast your vote. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE The new petition sys- tem in class elections Is Intended to give all stu- dents a fair chance. You freshmen. soplunores, and juniors should cir- culate petitions for your candidates now. vol. 15 houston, texas, friday, may 9, 1930 no. 30 t ''S 1 A 'i* . -f a ■ ) * Sw 11}- . 11 I P "v ■ '? ■1 < *! RICE DRAMATISTS SCORE AGAIN WITH QUEEN'S HUSBAND Performance Saturday Night Will Bring Season To Close The Dramatic Club's Thursday night performance of the 'Queen's Husband' is just uuolher addition to iheir string of successes for the 1929-30 season Willi Mary Margaret. Ilrowu and James Parker in the leading roles, we see the captivatUm of the sea- son's laurels in the portrayal of the royal characters. The casting of the royalty lias been the theme of the club's production for this y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 May 1930

THE THRESHER THE SALLYPORT and Elsewhere CRAMER WILL QVE Ted Strong Robert Himea Elbert. Turner A weekly paper published by the Studenta of Rice Institute during tM month* of Oetober, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two week* of September. i ft ' « outside appearances are Entered as second claee matter October 17, 1916, tit the postofflce in j <10<MJWW<I it aeeutf thut haling ha* Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ulwlu disappeared tu Rke No seri- ous iiilnilr<l person would object if " 1* •"* " Kclitor! IiuzIhk had definitely and perma- BuninesH Manager j n'-ntly disappeared, for of all thu ..p,iitnr j''liai'rifi(?riMti<'K of a jerk-water school !8.._ ,h<' prticileo of lm*l„g I «)" .....at : ■ ' 'pronounced if Hlf>' were permanently dom. wiili HwaiMg in would bp a great . H|e.R forward for the school, bin dp- Assoeiate Editor split. <> 111Icl■ * nppearaJ.cus. it is very ... Associate! Editor doubtful tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 May 1930

THI THRESHER THREE * L * ' ■ M* il'i th it Ei r Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULB. Yes, the W. Hens that won the state tennis singles high school cham- pionship at Austin the other day is FRESHEN SWAMP S. P. LINE HARRIERS Owlets Take Eleven First Places with Holloway As Big Star lutnmmd BtM Tmm Decide to Start Over After inaugurating the Intramural season last Sunday with a terrific wrangle, the (our teams entered in the race for the Indoor baseball championship decided to wipe out the various wins and losses from the score sheet und start things anew this nomlttg Sunday. There are four teams participating. I)iu> is front Kast Hull, captained by Buddy Keiidrlcks; one Ik from South Hall, captained by Johnny Jones; one Is from West Hall, ami is led by Ham Davis. Dob Quin has organized a GLADYS SCHILL Hast. Saturday on Uica Field Coach none other than the younger brother j Krnie HJertburg's 1930 edition of first- of Jake. The younger may become year trackmen swamped the Southern just...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 May 1930

FOUR TH1 THRHHER AN APPEAL COLEMAN STRESSES NEED OF FRIENDSHIP AMONG ENGINEERS Rice Society Entertains Mem- bers of National Association A) (ill ' )H' rti.ni.' nf l ilt1 iieMj Tuesday night i' v'(',i<• 'i I!{.*•••■ .1, t'oieman, pruc)-1 >•. : r 111'! American >i it•(y <>l 1,'h 1! ).■ItU-tjlie.i.'l - . deli Ifl'cd ;i stliil I. In Ik; Mr. tstyciiw«i tjiiife Iii i;i" iin mi 1;mit<•<! ilifi'.'Isliiff among «-p .r.ilii.-p. h,villi; t'-Ut I ne RWilt. A'r'llie. •■I p -.ui-lp.-tion ii> «mriii«'<1 illie orwtU .M'iub -i. t s ii r> .iutpoyi.iinl, ,!.l; (.tlfr i .i-1-:i<■<:i'|I)i.', ferppllfekilJ.;, ', ' I ; m i ! ir 11'• l irki-ilb, ii1 ;eI ' ' • Ml i fn'inci'i'itu; t• ■ iui ri r11" :■' ■>?, •! is I' r.i von*, it y. iiikI Ml-. ' ei'iiffe1 ^i■ i, 1«U",v: i>!' New Vn.i i, isii-sii' njjiildu-. t'v life v• tiii!-•;. TiwiSt; J. AI tl 11 ip IIOWC lit I I St: ' \ Ikisf-nb^iry ol' New :i if!• ;.i;.M1 • • ■ 1 ■ ..in (- • s, ill" lile 111 !i i ■■|>ii i '■'>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 May 1930

mm* ^^^^^==HSB| iw$M t^naiiH *ff* In. md •wiwf^i mw^ - Jl (t«T rt • of ail those Ifr to Mrvi on ll rasher next year la MlM Wednesday. It will pay STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE V;; Thoro will bo Juit ono mo if Imuo of Tho Throohor; that of noxt Friday. To Inouro publication, all eommunloa- tiona or announeomonta ahould bo In the Throahor office by Wednsaday at noon. I ■:M HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 16, 1930 NO. 31 i MEET TODAY MEMBERS WOMAN'S COUNCIL ivity of Year Reviewed At Meeting of Co-ed Body '■«&* M a coed mass meeting to be .-i) 'held at one o'clock today in the Physics amphitheater, the Woman's council for next year will be elected, v.* Aa in previous yearB, the mass meeting will divide into the four Classes to choose their representa- tlves. Two seniors, two juniors an4 •two sophomores will be chosen at -tie meeting today. The full council Jtoj. consist of these and a freshman l> ^ •.member and a member-at-large, chos- en by the council at an early fail meeting. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 May 1930

+w*£iiEn ■ , ' • •. ■'. THE A weekly paper published by ths~Stud«nts of Riot Institute during the Mithe of October, November, Deeember, January, February, March, April, SALLVPOR*T^ ^.iT^LJ ' [ZJUL -'-'-'—- ''" and Elsewhere May, and the last two weeks of September. entered aa second class msttsr October 17, 1916, at the post office In Houston, Texae, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Tod Strang Robert Hlmes Blbert Turner Editor Business Manager .. Managing Editor THE STAFF Rows S. Drake Associate Editor Isaac Garrett — - Associate Editor Gardner Soule ' - Sports Mary Hallie Berry - ~ Society Althea Hill Herbert Bollfrass to Beth Griffin Grace Felder Wllletta Johnson Alice Seaborn Ross Pond Guy R. Webb Society News News Copy Features Features Engineering Advertising GLANCING BACKWARD AND FORWARD As Kice, the "youthful Onivernity," adds one muro year towards her ma- jority, we are prone to make the statement which is usually made at this Unit! of the year when the activities of a progre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 May 1930

ftp!' if •rag'. vM* mm 4'w&* *'. E; ) ) > [■ 1 ■ 1 ' Rll Hi ^ m xir-'TU ■m w ! I | '?m ■jvi'.l ifSM - 'V-*V* ■ L ■ •jfl '■* ii; fl m ■/{. fl rr ■ fl fl i .^1 If ■ $ * ■' J fl * m ce title iBrtcty Win Csntury ifaat rwpititioH A. * >1. von the sixteenth ■t Conference track and field held at College Station Monday, be championship. While i University Longhorns were to give the Aggies a close i the Red and White, by virtue balanced team pulled away their rivals, and were ahead al- ■t from the start. m finished second and Rice only one point behind the Jfese Willis, versatile Rice mile and it Wilis completely outclassed field In these two runs, and in two-mile event finished a full 50 ahead of his nearest rival, fchree conference records (ell dur- ing the meet, new marks being chalked UP in the 100-yard dash and the pole vault. Claude Bracey of Rice and Cy Le- l«nd of T.C.U. performed miraculous- ly In the 100 and 220. Running over one of the poorest tracks in. the his- tory of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 May 1930

i?v ■la ft. I if i •! \l 3@|b6-''* i / ' .-■■ I * •; POUR 1- t . ■ -' . * ■ ,' '. , ' , "•. :,i. ■ '•\vW'■■'■•;■■: ■■', wi'nM i i in. i r in n, - , fcl 11 ''• rrri r ifrff WW#'|iifjlWii?'1 '"" 1 ' 'ft" ^ f V*! "TfT"'^'! WRIGHT, WALLIS AND HAIRYEARS TO HOLD ROBB ARE HEARD IN MANY SUMMER JOBS SEMINAR SPEECHES Three Talks Today To Fea- ture Debney, Sturgis and Holland The senior class of engineering students njet lu.st Friday afternoon In i of the year, their regular seminar .session to near three papers on subjects chosen to Ik- representative of the technical problems encountered In engineering practice. Wilbur Wright spoke on the sub net nf "Industrial Heating by Elec- tricity." The use ot electricity has only recently come into its full art- First Jobs lor Seniors Cover Multitude of Fields Of Industry Discussions of the important matter of jobs consume a good deal of the time allotted to 'bull-pens' at this time Most of the seniors know where they will work, and a good many under-c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1930

I PI 1 Ik IV h. h 4 SEE YOV ALL AT THE FINAL BALL STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE SWAN SONG EDITION VOL 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1930 NO. 32 RICE DRAMATISTS RENT THEATER HOME FOR YEAR OF 1930-31 Carmen Lewis and James Parker Elected to Offices DR. RALPH ADAMS CRAM REV. DR. J. G. GILKEY A Dramatic Club mooting, full of surprises, last Tliursilay night brought to a clone a successful year and fore- told. now triumphs for tlio club undur the leadership of Miss Carmen Lewis, who will head the club next year. MIhs Helen Williams was president thin year. Others who were elected were James Parker, vice-president: MIbb Seaman, secretary; Miss Claire Flood, treasurer; and Patterson Llllard. member-at-large. The selection of a director, necessitated by the resig- nation of Mr. Smith, and of a faculty advisor were deferred until next year. Mr. Evrats, of London, England, publicity director for the internation- ally famous Ben Greet Shakespearian players, spoke to the dramat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1930

i ii TWO THE THRISHE* mm VU'-h THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rlee Institute durlnjj th month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeka of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1918, at the poitoffle* In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. the college graduate who Is willing to work and work hard. Bach year spent in college has its distinct cash value, and gives the man or woman a better chance for the right Job," The editorial goes on to say that, "a recent check shows that with the exception of Harding, every president of this country has been a college graduate. For the last 126 years 40 percent of our Supreme Court justices have held college degrees, and 36 yer cent of Congress is made up of college graduates."—C. I. A. Lasso. Ted Strung Robert Himes Elbert Turner Editor Business Manager Managing Editor FROM THE THRESHER FILES THE STAFF Rowe 8. Drake I ....Associate Editor Isaac Oarr...

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