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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1930

t 1 > THE THRESHER Work- Travel-Study-P or Rice Profs This Summer naTOWuL 5£°"l Suw ,'mto.an 'SfVhT iT'","'. v"! for'u'avS""! nSiubtf h!i°v ',m" >" uTd..Vi<M V"uIh'work Tor travel. A niimbor have nuiile no ; tk'L Kiitfiimr definite plans as yet. Soverul intend n ■ - U' , „ , remaining in Houston possibly Hum2 «ii £ti y' m1™*'" '« M - summer enhei^yo^iSSS;? rtw,uwh'«' ii BHiwrtil iu WiniK'Uit. UliuolK, "as mnjul." Iplans lo at!■■ml If pos wi'liii-'i liit'itilngs in in- in-ill in Toronto .mil Moiiiriiil hili' In tin- milliliter, -I. • WutiTi!. Ills nsslNtiint.. wi.l be with i lie Humble I'lm- I ,l«i> ('om|niii,v. bolilini; t in1 posit ton of ••!<•{■!rl<-al rBKl' rnont of tin nearuli or ntud.v or to taki vtjuutt ion. Sevcrti 1 prot>M>oi'H w|| u'iu-h dm- Ins ull or inosi of tlie Humimtr montliH. Anioiu: these. I>r. Hcahs will t.e.iU'h lit JSort,liw«!storn I' ti i \ <• i-n i t y with probalily a short vacation before !n«• - *. twain (HkliiK lip Ills lemlilnt...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1930

FOUR THE THRIiHIR Owls and Others BY GAUD-NEK SOULE. words, here'* what some ot the Rice i athletes plan to do when, and if. they ! | ever graduate, -1 "Tiny" Williams plans to become i a midget with Rin#tir.fi Bros. Frank IMfflje.' is; to do Ms tlilting in • .life •••tot''# to: tvU'jr^asitu with the I ; same pn. ;.ff| ifi Otlt'tflV J We Offst Congratulations! r <(XORATfXATIONS to Howard i"l{fdil , HtuUia*' oh. His recent eUvUqts !ii tjjjj) tih;.lu's>l piiWi of lfou-ir '{in! lit- ■vji;u^i CirHi Ij.oHt • t -o'.;■ptV's".^ *> U( i). Vh0; UM 0 m U l :Unv^g. wHl k'limb .hi® Mil nuHlha.n.Sc,'' ■ -i; .miwt^rv Claude Wi'uvt\v j't-Vji I'iiit SJY Itf'tfj , iif-1,1 ydtltlS to tot* Hit interior a .-uutiiior hiiiuio at ..iv ./4k,' d(1 SOli.ie WOt'li it} t|,t< IBlUte r,,> ' ■ jo make hi- C'V; Ju^t v it.v It is not ! ife|il|!,iiui*i> coincidi ace | ' it isi|Uit.e the tiling ;is\.■ t Vj.i*rity 'wlvfjK, or t f % i; i 11; i) phi us to l'lay okrtr 1 i• ■'11 he tout, hoy i t 'ii;>t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1930

<& THI 8HER 9* Wanted-si Job-Anyplace- Any Kind-Anyway-Any how Now that the senior* are lordlni it over the rent of the supposedly tow- iy mob it might be well to take them down a few peg* by revealing their plans for next year—and for the sue- ceedlng yoars—if they hare wy. Moat of them haven't the faintest idea what getting out of school Means—beyond the fact that one must have a Job If one expects to eat regularly. Among those waiting for offers of plenty-of.money-and-no-work iJobu in the public schools of any place or town will have them are Grace Del. linger, Margaret HookB, Tooley Wil- liamson. Frances Palmer, Orace Feld- at, Lily Veal Dew, Luclle Davis, Mary Elisabeth Tisdale, Katharine Brisbane, Bllcabeth Smith. Winnie Crisp, Klda Dledertch, Fellde O'Brien. Lenore Bland, Isabel Becker, Audrey Hannon, Marjorie Bourne, Mildred Ogg, Mar- garet Toler, Mary Elizabeth Wright, Marjorie Nicks. Margaret (iready, Jesse WilllB. Frances Cullom. and others. Some of them already ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1930

, V SIX IKKIHCR - ANNUAL OUTING ON JUNE 4 FOR M.E. 310 George Klupple Will Be Host to Hairyears At Clear Lake Home In, ties 'in mi <>t an; int'ciriiiiit du>> , tint lt: Mi,, "t. K. J 'I i in? - '•'•ill jour- ; my m i inI>lu|>|'li - lull)!-:' opj Clear Uikt'f VViihvf'iiiy; .Tunc I. to, ■'i.sitjt'i.y '.-('ivi ; ^ ,-isv fwiiunili«- - I■ (; ' tm>! at lW i , . fii ; 'M i) r i.ni "'ill''Virts : t i , Wl'.'i i'':-- Ijfc t"'(>11 KJj tno i Iib fom 11.■ ,i v s 'I'i. K M. onj ilit" K lui-plc- MANY INSPECTION TRIPS OCCUPY TIME OF ALL HAIRYEARS Hi. .' . for fill'* Ik- ■:tifijil)' i-r.i .. mikk-'mmI j:} the i If I !>'|sit U'l1. i'l opi'll Sp.Je, s , V'C-it I "fr> Wo the .' I Mill'. week, •J.jStftflTS ill' ! - . LI lot! lit" 1,)H? i I Power Coin II .i I A !> Il iustruc ivflat multe-i Hit' ;ti t'.'i'fi gi'Il'-I'Mt ilig j" ir ■ I i Management | ••••> .fi«>n "ilp 'o the j •rM'.iifr 'lottU'Vanl J ■ u'otiioaiti.-H nri ; 'I'tVUif:' i oHtni' r i fn • i s i i if .til...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1930

'if i I 1.' • j i v; -.v ; p-V/i" t ''Is .yaw ■lii HT Thift •#•: ?*''■■: ^®M®W v •. • V&'Vi.. JBhWwom H & W$ I? mtib* f,iV/4:, ■f - ^TSgjgjji K i-. . .•.••• i;.: .".♦: : yir • • Aj H :* • nT-r-r . •.:•«•:•• : .'! •• • • I •• • STUDENT WEEKLY FUBUCAHON RICE INSTITUTE " ■'• ■■; Want to mall The ■• Thresher homer tend ' your nama and addraaa to the buaineaa m a it a a • r, with a ehaek for $1.50. Thirty-two Issues will be publ'shed In 1930*1931. •'.ty H0U8T0N, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1930 mimm %vM Rice Clans Returning ~r a V J NO. 1 W<* I So ■ For Yi It | § The curtail day ufternoc ball season, Southwestern | game, played about 2:30. Rumors lit have been, pi gust, and are The leathered completely o\ is doped to The Owls Ing since 8^ beeu very Blocking we the tackles effectively, the Notre Dl to the heart] back is call A great made to ln| ing power morrow's gtj ress of thit The end links in the | varsity stai ' "Scotty" 8a - turning-, pt after all. strongest 111 Will B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1930

;i' i riqt'fo j-?* TOE A weekly Dimr oubll.h.d by the Student* of Rise Institute during the months of October, November, Oeoember, January, February, March, April, May, and the laat two weeke of •eptember. Entered aa eecond olaea matter, October 17, 1916, at the postofflct In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. _______ ELBERT TURNER, *32 Editor WILLIAM G. RUSSELL, '82 ..Business Manager GARDNER SOULE, *33 Managing Editor * GOOD-MORROW, *341 t ^ Upon entering its sixteenth year of service at the Rice Thresher pauses to extend its heartiest welcome to member oflb class or '34, the seniors of tomorrow. This greeting goes for all upperclass butIt is with peculiarly particular zest that The Thresher avails R- ,, !t of a first opportunity of meeting freshmen on its common-ground editorial column. Strange sights will be witnessed today. Queer scenes will be tuaa^' ,,.uu of ihem worthy of immortal reflections from Mr. Barnum. the natural Mothballs will stray from ll.e dotted lin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1930

'mmwsm %m*•« %««) m RmI it - m ' iw $W &*1 ■6? \£->?#,v- ..powerful Southwestern Con- football eleven* art meriting potted tor the Imtuwlwf ooaferenoe season and the K® i\5 If it W<s ■:t£ ■ in I *> * ■i ' • h?^ j| Texas € b r 1 • 11 a n University ' Frogs, present Southwest champlona, have eleven returning. Twenty players last year's freshman squad, twenty-one varsity squadmen an- the call tor football training iber 10. Captain Noble Atkins, ithwestern center, heads the of returning letternen. Others Butler, guard; Stan Lambert, Harlot Green, fullback; Aus- 1th, fullbaok; Grass Hlnton, quarterback; Vance Woolwlne, quar- terback; Howard Baxter, end; Othol Martin, end; Ray McCullougb, end, and Clyde Roberson, another end. The immortal Cy Leland, all-South- western quarterb'ock, ■ sub-captain, and last year's most valuable player to tho conference, will be back for his senior year of competition. Ineligibility and graduation have cut Texas' chances of a conference orown se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1930

•Wr1 RICE A10MNI KEWS Not*: On account of a lack of funds in the general dues account of the Association 6f Rice Alumni, It has been necessary to forego the printing and distribution of the mid- summer issue of the Rice Alumni News, which should have come out in July, and to combine this regular September number with The Thresh- er. The next edition of the News, to be out in early November, will appear in its regular form whether the funds are available or not. The fiscal year for the Alumni oillce runs from November to November and it is expected that dues receipts for the approaching year will prove sufficient to budget the year and provide a surplus. Dues for 1930-1931 are pay- able at any time now. Alumni Endowment Fund Progresses The Alumni ICndowment Fund of the ARHOciation, which has now been in existence Home two and one-half yearn, lias netted receipts (to Sep- tember, 1930) of 19240.07, an average of approximately $3500 per year. Of ihisi amount not one rent lias been Mpen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1930

AN*' #£ i' ''' ,;v?5'' i'-.^W'. "\}j> ', *'*-" • /?V.'S^SrmS ■ ly.j „I'I> ....., Vii .''.jr-iit ik"WsMl.vf . .. , j,. .-•... '.£•<fl.r-il!. i'• • ivAtfits > !si; Y**toiJS Mm* % ;#s 3R A. Stewart, instructor la Eio«, underwent a minor laat weeK to bnve hi* ton- He has made a speedy after a week ot rest, and Is "to assume, bis duties at the ftp the coming year. • :$;■■ « 4 thi flrst halt of Aug- ust, found Dr. Stewart vacationing-at Hermosa Beach, a few miles out ot bos Angeles, Ca1, lUnesn brought his „ return to Houston for the operation. ; Paul Duane Harwood, • fellow in biology at Rice, who took his M.A; ' here last June, worked throughout ' the summer vacation, part ot the time doing research worlt. and-the „ remainder as instructor at the Sam Houston State Teacher's Normal at HuntsvUle. * Other members at th« biology de- partment enjoyed pleasant vacations. Dr. and Mrs. Asa C. Chandler, and "" their children, motored through the Southern Btates, and visited in New Yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1930

/« •• v-v J DHR1G IS TO ASSUME MANAGERIAL TASKS AT THE COHEN HOUSE Election of Club Officers To Follow End of Fiscal Year, October 1 AS TOOLMANAGER Accepts Chief Engineering Job with O'Brien Marble Firm Leo Vernon Vhrly instructor ;n civil engineering, will nerve as fac- ulty resident number of the* Robert and Agnes Colieu House for 19X0-31, taking over the duties relinquished by Lee M. Shorrar, who held the same position fin' the past Ivo years. Mr. Shurrar's new duties as aciiiiK dean at Rice, in the abnewe < ' I)r. Itobert (!. ('aid well, • brought about i he change. Nro Improvements were Iliad e at the Cohen House during the summer, with the exception of the customary repair work lineessltated at the heximiln each vacation. The (,'ohou ilouse is il .-igiuni for i he use of members of the Rico Fac- ility, and Is |hr hrmii; of the lib ally Club. .Dr. Charles William MonK the pt'esidoiit of the Club, for .1 Hew election of olTki !'• will plate October J. P Returning engineers fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1930

tKKfwSP i mSfste 1 ■•T-.y?, ^*3<£gS ■ L .^t' psBsa^ssassBees inn *1 IIUMI. i * to Wm€ STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE 4 to * p. Ml. In Ml* Tmm and mltory students in l vltsd. Studsnt effleere V&E and th« faculty will re> MiVfl. 16 tt- •4^- hou8ton, texas* friday, september 26, 1930 no. 2 m w ffiiiaM r" ■r.\ .'XI r '«l ' I :^i mm mar Jm mm., •. ., ' 8mi Hwuton Brings Straw . Tram Ud by'Duhioi' J Doyle Cm pyr^ 4,\: With another week of training be- hind them, Coach Jack Meagher's Rice Owls will tangle with the Sam ? , . Houston State Teachers College / V v.Bearkats Saturday at Rice Field. . • . ' Th§ Kats, with one win to their . . eredlt, have been working hard, and by their brilliant captain, Dash- ■ , j; ttg Doyle Co*, aud Jimmy Day, hope Rl: . • to give the Owls a hard light. "Using : ® t°U l of 53 men, they defeated Lon ^ Morris College last Saturday 25 to 0. • Coach Meagher was well pleased ' 'with the exhibition of football dis- played by his sophomore team,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1930

■ u ms>htei. Mafir*' i • n ;rlfei f^SP^w-'"''■ 'WBW "1 ' K> ' .i.'i v • s-;. < }y * •wr' ?• 'v.; , '%>:■ ffc j.< I THE «& mtm A weekly paper publlehed by the Students ef Rice Institute during the monthe of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, i, and the laet two weeks of •eptember. Entered aa eecond olaee matter, October 17, 1916, at the poetofflce ELBERT TURNER, '32 « ;; ' Editor WILLIAM G. RUSSELL, '32. .. Business Manager WALTER STEWART, '32 Assistant Business Manager GARDNER SOULE, '33 Managing Editor THE 8TAFF Ross Poud, '31-.- Wllletta JolinBon. '32 Barry Talbot, '32 Jo Beth Griffin, '32 Daniel P. Btratton, '32 Betsy Ross, *31 Maxlne Tlndall, '32 Helen Batte, "32 Thomas CI ready, '33 Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor News News ... : Society Society Features Sports A PRACTICAL PROBLEM IN ECONOMICS, THE STUDENT BLANKET TAX Here is a problem in pure economics, and not an impassioned plea ror the student pocketbook to st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1930

New Sport Augments Card nl Ittl ■> —■* il o unriiuurii y 0f\ '■'''^' :'^0'f^'[0h:y- rM*j ■ ■•:■ ■ ' / ' < . ' ,:■ .. ' i' 'v •- .'•'<*8® '' •>' ■& ^ I Swamps iSt Ws^aylW ,jmftd of football that 4 - '• •-' *,U nrry thwn a Ion* 'Way Jn the I • /*•■ Southwest Conference, the Rice Owli fe.._,slashed the .Southwestern Pirates for Wf.- , * SS-6 victory last Saturday. •'J : Wfth an almoat* airtight detente, HlJe 1930 edition of the Owls forced the Pirate* to take to the air to se- cure their lone touchdown. Led by pick Jamerson, the Rtoe backs skirt- r); ' ' •>''* ed the ends and plunged the line to a fair-the-well. The home team scor- ■;#;■ ed three touchdowns in the second ) . . quarter, and one each in ihe last two. Southwestern'! lone tally came in the b;J* fiery second quarter. ■ - The game was witnessed by some 5,000 fans, who came doubting the be- " ginning of the new era for Institute football, and left shouting to the winds the exploits of Jamerson, Tom and Vic ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1930

&•'. ■;<*■ ■■■'■' ■ ', ■ ^mmw^ f I "W?mFWMm : >'.■' !;R'W. ■■ ftoi9H ^fi£t9!S ffifS SfflrawKwSspI ** i-if 8im y,r TO PUCE GRID TEAM ON FIELD THIS YEAR First Year Squad Has Many Ex-High School Athletes While the 1930 freshman squad does not approach the numerical HtrenKth of last Heanon'n army, it af- fords many brilliant prospects. The squad will range trom 40 to 50 men. Stock in th& Slime team was given a considerable boost with the enrol- ment of Jack Frye, versatile triple- throat half-buck from Jeff Davis High. The Flying Dutchman was the most outstanding buck In Houston last, season, and his off tackle drives were the cause of much sorrow to rival high school linesmen. Jack's enrolment ;it the Institute brought uii end to much speculation as to Ills choice of a college. The Green Owls opened practice .Monday under the direction of .Mar- vin Duirenberger. coach. Eight other Houston gridsiorH have cnrylleri at lllce and have ln-eii work- ing out regularly. I.ofty Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 October 1930

<9 F'l 1 1 - <M that bW new for th§ Saturday ni«ht danci. The w««k-«nd dance* are really belna conducted for Rlee eeuplee. Qlve the etudente' aeeoeletlon your eo-eperatlon. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE You may have your pio- tura made at any tima during the month of Octo- ber for the 193t Campa- nile. No appointment la necessary, just drop In at the Autry House some morning. VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930 NO. 3 SAINTS' ELEVEN WILL MEET OWLS ON HOUSTON GRID Jones and Hassell May Play Again for Rice Next Saturday Coach Jack jJeugliorV owl eleven j lias been putting in some hard work since the Sam Houston game, ami will be rearing to ro when they tan- ulo witii Coach A1 Sarallny's Si. Kit- ward's Saints at litre Field Satur- day. The Owls know that to win the same they have to bait.If, ami Satur- day will find a lighting Ulcg mam on the gridiron, hast year the Saints smeared Wc<\ 20 |u 7, on a Held made muddy by previous rains, inn the Owls, with ...

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

THE RICE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice InttltuU during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, Mny, and the last two weeks of September. Rice Society Co-oil member* of the senior il« of llico Institute wIH Im* joint tjououws with new inumln'r* of the ColUige Entered" as second class matter, October 17. 1916. at the postofflce in j Wojotiv's Hub ill u forge formal tea _ i ,. A„. , , 1h7q i kIvvm by iiu'IuIh i !- ui tlni club lie- Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. " > . . _ ! iween the Hours ol 1 iiud t> tnw uner- KLBKItT Tl'UNKlt. K<lH:(il' noon a.l tile University tfiuti. The — ----- — — -j rtirelvliiK Hilt will be h outlet! by the W 1M.1A.M <;. UllisSKU.. ....Bwtwyw Mauui^l' | pmsideui, m,h. L , B. Wedife, who Al;int UuHliiWfciK Mullager married at the home of the bride'* parents recently. The couple arc malt- iiiK an automobile trip to California alter which they will be home in Bin Sprin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 October 1930

Ill > ■I i i THE RICK THRESHER 3 DOWN THE LINE With Llndy Gready OWLS PLAY POORLY TO DEFEAT BEARKAT ELEVEN ONLY 13-12 Conference Grid Notes No one football team hag ever won the Southwest conference title twice tu succeuuloii. Nevertheless most critics give Texas Christian the eiln« in the 1930 raoe. Cy Leland, plus un easy schedule, plus a veteran combi- nation, should equal victory. Arkan- sas, Texas, uud Baylor meet the Frogs lu Fort Worth, anil T. v. lias no hard lutersectlonal kuiuuh .a riled. * * However, before the Frogs, or any- one else can win the title they must reckon with the 8. M. U. Mustangs. The Ponies with Weldou Mason and liruce Kattmun offer a hard wall to scale, aud would be given the odt£« were it not for their tough schedule. 'I'iie Mustangs meet both the Army and Notre Dame, aud If the team 1 not too badly damaged in these tilts, it will make a strong bid for the i town M 4< « While liulo has been guld about the Texas University machine this season, i ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 October 1930

THE HICE THRESHER CI FF n 1TRS MFRCF To Have Tumbling Team TAT Iwr mcSSE V* Ff * E"°"t E"°"- TO G IV E INSTITUTE Says Instructor Hermance nip MYTCirAV rDAVTD Ku'' wiu hi'vi"<(!um ,1>'M Dili nlUijIvAii iinUUr, >"i"' ir *><" • i Interest in it. nceordlun In (.illicit ~ llcrmuiicc, Instructor in physical tmlu- New Choral Leader Named To. ••ntum. ti«^ to *iku up tm j tumidity: should leave llioll names i/ireci aiuaeni iwftu Mr iityrniunie m i« « n<-iti house Singers ft II' it sufficient number i.f Students >, thai - :u do i; n-.i I | "p I'l'lli'tlce ll.UI! - Will 111" ill- If. I.in- in iwwi< a I *.„• ««# ' iii il)i ti.yv:) uiinldtiii.: ii'iun *!' I'1" ",l" .nvl.Mlt.-.i !i,,t yifl'ftr; ullhoHRh In ,1m JiJiiiif#, a hell tin I" ' > ■ a-lltl! Ijll'e 11 itL i has UK't with Dot ,M 1 > It - site ■ liib- enOiraiiM i i1.111 niiii! oi:tf,iliilsi cess en i he iiiiti. On i in occasion i ItK-ri u-tun \ i-1(j 11 f'fiti tStiil' l'"jilr )( TeSti* wS'lffirijli MI l'llV< ...

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

i«m raMy Iwfcyt Ufa i«* Mm Mm a hand— #t tta ww tf Mt «mt i flPmJnF STUDENT WEEKLY PUBUCATION VOL. 16 Forty band uniforms •waiting moo students with musical Inclinations. Freshmen will bo wsloom •d. The band Will its first parado tomorrow at the Arizona game RICE INSTITUTE HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10.1930 $2S,OOOBecj«4e(|ithedRlce HiaLoali FundBy WIN C. Hogg NO. 4 DEMANDS FOR DANCE DATES TENDERED TO STUDENTS' COUNCIL Ten Rice Organizations File Petitions During Past Week Ten Rice organisations Thursday had filed petitions with Howard M. Banner, president of the students' association, for suitable dates for dances proposed for 1980-1931, in def- erence to the deadline day set at the Student Council meeting last Monday. The organizations were: Pre-Medi- cal society, Owen Wiater Literary society, Engineering society, Pallas Athene literary society, Elizabeth Baldwin literary society, sophomore class, Pre-Law society, Rally club, it ml Architectural society. Apportioning the date...

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

THE RICE THRESHER THE a'l wRil! BflHi ER A weakly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during tn* month* of October, November, December, January, February, Mareh, April, May, and the last two week* of September. Entered a* second ela** matter, October 17, 1916, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ELBKItT TURNER, iiii Editor 1 LETTERS to f I the EDITOR ^ WILLIAM HUSSKLL, WAUTKtt STEWART, "12 «;Anh\Kh KOULK. -nTi Rush fond, 'ill;.,..j.t.; WillMtii Johnson,: '82 ... . Barry Tulhot, '32 , Kudy Uoos, .1 r.. Mil Daniel K Stratum, '32 . Betsy Ross, 'ill Maxiiiw Tiniliill, Helen Uutti!. "i!2 Thomas Ciciulv. ...Assistant Business Manager .. Managing Editor THE STAFF Associate Editor ..Associate Editor Associate Editor i|y News News Society .Society Features Sports Dear Sir: Mis* Lynn Foster, who spent the | Church for a party for new students Most ot the color of college life j summer in Europe, with an after visit i In the near future. The exact...

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