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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 October 1930

♦ > THE RICE THRESHER OWLS SPRMG LAST QUARTER ATTACttO SPANK SAMTS, 204) Wallace, Jamerton Divide j Star Role with Bob Myer Keeping their record spotless, the Ulce Owls Saturday showed form that easily designates them us an eleven with plenty ol power, fight and determination, by defeating St. Kd- ward's 20-0. Mainly using the second string In the first half, Coach Meagher sent: what now appears to be the starting! team in the second half to literally roll over the Saints. The feathered . flock seemed to score whenever they | wanted to during the latter period. The Saints had plenty to say dur- ing the first halt:. It appeared for a while ae if they Intended to repeat their old song of the past two yearn with themselves on the long end of the score. Rice's two crack halfbacks, Jatuei- son and Wallace, got their steam up in the second halt and started scat- tering the St. Ed's men hither and yon. Jamerson got off the longest, run of the day when he reeled off 4K yards for the thir...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 October 1930

THE RICE THRESHER FENCING PROSPECTS AT RICE INSTITUTE DISPLAY PROMISE Foil Sets and Mulct Already Ordered fer Owl Duelists Prospects for a classy fencing dub at Itlcc become brighter every day. The physical education department bus already ordered ten pairs of foils, and ten masks. The foils vv ili be ol the bell guard type with gunnl* of !t 1-2 inche* in diunn.iter while the masks will In- of the usual screen mesh type. Other protection than masks will be dis- pensed with for the present as the foil tips will hi* padded with rubber or tape. The French school of foil fencing will he taught in preference to the Italian school. The French school dif- fers from the Italian in that it places more emphasis on dexterity, grace, >iiid (Hiiekncss while the Italian school attains Its epds more through sheer strength. The French style has prov ii its superiority many times. Upper classmen who have not paid their physical training fee and wish ' ii hau; a h.iiket lu Itich to keep their outf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 October 1930

Veil Mw the Wee Owl •atur- day. New members will b« welcomed by the or- ganisation; join and pa- rade with It at the Tsxae- Rloa football gamo on Octobor 25. mmmiUmmi £w^*2B£S ■xn V . rK. ■afeg.S! 1 mmmwW ■/',-■ 1 RICE INSTITUTE HOUSTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1930 RHODES CANDIDATE Cut m Math Time Ends Reign of Teiiotu 2-Hour Chut . Bugaboo Howard Malcolm Banner, of Fort Worth, will be the 1930 Rhodes candidate (or Rice. Ban ner has been nominated to Phi Beta Kappa. He 1b 28 years of age B !y ' ' Wmm Class Sprayed by •i Goes Amiti ■f J. Lawrence Flanagan, who is in charge of the store room In the chem- istry Uatldlng, had his forehead slight- ly cnt above Ms right 'eyebrow In • generator explosion in the chemistry lull Wednesday morning dur- rfftirry B. Weiser's lecture to kn chemistry class. , concussion was like the sound it a shot from a large calibre pistol. ^ accident was due to the spark be- IK overheated. Oxygen and hydro- are caused to combine to form Mer In the presence...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 October 1930

UlIS' Mi#?!-' ft?-- c,© THE .1; 1^1*1 ijww ■fa, ^f.^. JU**-*,- . ^ m «i mm mhiiii < < ■ iin'ifciiiiii n—i>'ii> milium &• iMMtspv* mmmm A weekly paper publlthed by the Students of W«e Institute during M months of October, November, Dooemher, January, February, March, April, May, and the laet two weeke of September. ■«tered ae eeeond elaee matter, Qetober 17, 191®, «t the poatofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of Mareh 8, 1879. Editor WILLIAM G. RUSSELL, *32 Business Manager WALTER STEWART, '32 Assistant Business Manager GARDNER SOULE, '33 - Managing Editor THE STAFF Roes Pond, '81. Willetta Jolinsou, '32 Barry Talbot, '32 Rudy Roob, Jr., '33 Daniel P. Stratton, '32 Betsy Robs, '31 Maxine Tlndall, Society Helen Batte, '32 Thomas Gready, '33 J •ROUND RICE ... I iwf m WITH BARRY W. TACBOT Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor News News Society Society ...FeaturoB Sports NEW THOUGHTS ON AN OLD SUBJECT Someday the Campanile will come out oil time, and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 October 1930

8&lS3EaB$M Siui^itei^r.' i iini'1' ?i. i' L i AjZ''£i3tL^ A.:. .-.• ^> •... \ ' . ,y. ■ '<s-: " I#* • " i r^> - ■ W$m ISlU&Hi UNE jjp| PWlIK '*• * * Hwt V* M y on e •« /PI* Jaw*- hilftick. hif io> my lp®w «JP - ffc'v ^ ' ■alac *•> year, ;&>V. - • "i.. 'V A ' ,1 t , -r;V «fc ' m- ;> ■ > •' (>)> > ;X: 5 1: «>; -*>• -< / ;>v .' . : ■ #" • 6 > V , k*v',r, ■ • ;••" *;*$#• I &&*** ^:.y; ■a**. • ;v' ■*x It <W he bwa eleven of ■nob mem- Biobard," the "Valley Volcano," ''Jigging Jamer- #ao.M etc. ' * * e However, his prise handle, and the one te which be gets tbe moat rai- sing, Is "Flat-rock.' tt you would lilt# to know bow Dick got this name, ask biro about bis cross-country Jaunts from one end of Main street to tbe otber. • * • Commenting on Dlek's speed on tbe gridison, a ballmate of Jamer- son's says: "Flat-rock ought to be good on tbe field. He's the slowest person lb the world getting around the campuit and should ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 October 1930

■vffl' WWii Pfp Paris, Florence, and Venice Are Included on Itinerary James Chlllniun, Jr., asaUtant pro- fessor of architecture, hug returned to Houston from a summer spent >n traveling abroad as a member of the lecture group for the Bureau of Uni- versity Travel. Membership in the bureau sroup is a signal honor, since selection is made from the faculties of universi- ties and museums over the entire country, and each of those chosen is a iSBcounized authority in his own fleld. Included ill Mr. Chlllinuu's 'itiner- ary were such centers of artistic In- terest as Paris, Florence, Naples, and Venice, and he also attended the fa- mous Passion Play at Oberamraergau, Germany. He was especially delight- ed with this presentation, expressing great satisfaction with the magnifi- cent choral work and the carefully authentic costuming. In Paris, Mr. Chlliman visited an Interesting modern exhibit—the an- nual showing of tile decorative arts, which, according to lilm, was "stimu- lating, bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 October 1930

Otint mi tpAifMt || Hi# rally 4MM0 Hldi o^| liotbilt Him u § u > hanlflM Whole- hsartsd support Friday will holp • lot In Whip- ping tho Texas Longhorm Saturday. STUDENT LT PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Last chance will bo offered next wook for stu- donta to have pictures mada for tho 1831 Campa- nile. Tho photographer ia at tho Autry Houso for your eonvonionoo. Don't loao out VOL.16 houston, texas. friday, october 24, 1930 M'KILLOP TALKS AT CELEBRATION HONORING POET Vergil's Cultural Influence Considered on 2000th Anniversary Dr. Alan Dugald McKillop, profes- sor of English at Rice Institute, de llvered the major address Thursday evening at the celebration of the 2000th anniversary of the great Latin poet, Vergil, held at Saint Agnes Academy. Dr. McKillop spoke as a represen tative of the Phi Beta Kappa, which has selected the Saint Agnes Acad emy as outstanding among American secondary schools. Following hiB talk, which was heard by an attentive audience of parents, Dr. McKillop p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 October 1930

THE RICE THRESHER fHEWfKP'JWlP • A wMkly paper published by the Student* of Rlee Institute during the month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the laet two week* of September. Entered a* *eeond claea matter, October 17, 191®, at the poetofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. KLBKKT TURNER. '3 9 , Editor ii ROUND RICE ... with barry w. talbot i WILLIAM U. RUSSELL, ..Business Manager WALTER STEWART, '32 ..Assistant Business Manager UAKl'NEK SOULE. ' Kosn Pond, Tl Wlllelfn JolmsQti, '32 Barry Tallmt, *3' ... ltuOy lt. o*. .Jr., '33 Daitiel r. Stratum, Uelsy Ross, 'SI Maxiii'1 Tinihilt, '32. 1!f;h'M JJatt'i, '32 Thomas O'rently, '33 Managing Editor THE STAFF Associate Editor ... Associate Editor !2j. . Associate Editor U.-Ncwb News Society Society Features .Sports STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP Last week, this column began with a request for professors to dismiss their classes with the five minute bell. With all due conceit, we are announc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 October 1930

THE RICE THRESHER «U -% v 4 1 Itiiilliiikiiiiliiililiililiiililiiiii IMIjtUltUMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItl DOWN THE LINE iiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiimtititiiiiHtiiuiif' iitiiiiiinimiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil WITH LINOV QREAOY Let's go gang! Get behind that foot- ball team and help It whip the Long- horns Saturday. Rice hasn't beat Tex- as In so long that everyone thinks they have forgotten how. They have- n't. They are going to trounce the Steers tomorrow, but they must have your support. • • • Students on the Rice campus have been howling and bemoaning the fact that the Owls lost a hard fought game to the Razorbacks 7 to 6. Let it be understood thai) no one, toot even those who lost a few dollars at bet- ting, feels worse about the game than the football players. * • It was a grim football squad that detrained here last week. The men all realized that they did not play the football thai they are capable of play- ing. Swedo Heln, big lUce tackle, ex- pressed the sentiments of the team...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 October 1930

r * THE RICE THRESHER RICE CO-EDS CLASH IN ANNUAL TENNIS CLUB TWJRNAMENT President Announces Awards For Outstinding Members Gold Spiked Shut Go To Cdifornia Track*** Lob Angeles, Cal.—(IP)— Gold spiked shoes were award- ed the member* of the Univer- sity of Southern California track squad who were monogram winners and took the N. 0. A. A. and I. C. A. A. A. A. track championship last spring, at an additional tribute to their ^prowess. Rice's fall tournament, sponsored by the Girl's Tennis club, will con- j tinue until Thursday, October 30, Ro-i sita Ceyanes, president, bus aunouuc- FIRST METHODIST PARTY ed. Twenty-eight girls are entered in I HONORS RICE STUDENTS the tournament and roost of the pre- j limiuary matches have been played. An evening party was held Friday, The co-edg winning in the final play- <),llob*r ,17' "l ,'he "™t "e,h°d,,| 1 „ , Church, for all Rice students. About, off will form the tennis team which , l00 gtudents attended. has been challenged by the San Ja-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 October 1930

1 Rave you a P«t peeve? file Thresher rum a •pe- el*! eoluinn tor Letters to the Editor. Let's hear from you: new ideas make the world no round. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Society Htaff members of The Thresher try to uruther us many personals each woek as possible.. Turn in any you know; your aid will be appre- ciated. VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1930 NO. 7 GUY BATES POST TO SPEAK TODAY AT AUTRY HOUSE Theatrical Experiences To Be Related by Famous Stage Star Uuy Hates Post, the famous star of Fereno Molnar's "The Play's the Thing." will speak at a joint meeting of the three co-ed literary societies, Friday, October 31, at 4 p.m., at Au- try House, Mr. Post will speak on the theatre in general, giving some of his varied and Interesting experiences, and dis- cuss the technique of the stage. All students have been Invited to attend. Mr. Post has been on the legitimate stage for almost -10 yours. He Is known to the profession us a consum- mate artist, with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 October 1930

THE RICE THRESHER ilE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Inetltute durlnn the month* of October, November, December, January, February, Maroh, April, May, and the laet two weeks of September. Entered a* eecond claea matter, October 17, 1916, at the poatofflee In Houeton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ELliBKT TURNKit, '32 . ... .Editor WIL1.1AM Oi RUSSELL, "ii" ..Business Manager WALTER STEWART, '32: Assistant Business Manager GARDNER SOULK. '89. Hubs J'IMHI. "SI Wllletta Johnson. '32 .. Uarty Talbot, '32 Rudy Ileum, .If,, '.'t'! HulUe Belli Tulle*. 'TI u.-isy Ku«h. "il Maxiile Tilidall. 'ili Heidi Hint... '32 ... Hi I'l■ and Richards Thtmia.; C] ready. 33 . Managing Kdttor THE STAFF Associate Kdttor .... ..Associate Editor Associate Editor J., ..News News Society Society Features Features Sports THE UPWARD TRAIL AT LAST CI , ; . ] ii ..it I'llbtiiiiu <M <s in 1! 111 Southwest ' oiiteri-me toduj. flu ii , run h ' 11 t« ;.iJ if tin' memory ol an old. OW tu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 October 1930

THE RICE THRESHER 1 J I 1 m < I NUIUIIItHlltHIIII IIIIIUIMUII11 KHNtllllllllllMllllllllltllllllllll DOWN Till? 1 TxEJ iiiHiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiihiiiiiiiW * 1J £ ]^| JJJ/ WITH UINDV OREADV Fans at Rice field Saturday saw one of the mom brilliant and thrilling football games In many a moon when the Owls humbled the Texas Ixmg- horns, 6 to 0. It was a fighting and Inspired Rice eleven which played the Steers to a stand still for the first three quartern and then hull-doKK<?<l them In the final period. * The Owls turned in u splendid de- fensive B utile. While the Owls were greatly out weighed, they were not outplayed, and many times in the Hhadow of their own goal posts they stopped the powerful Texas team when it looked us though the Long- Itorns were headed for a touchdown. * * * Whether they know it or not, Hans and Nellie, popular Houston elephants, are quite a jinx to Texas football teams. The lust time Rice beat Texas the huge pachyderms were paraded. That was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 October 1930

THE RICE THRESHER GOETHE-VEREIN IS TO HEAR KECK ADDRESS Brother-in-Law of German Professor at Rice Talks to Club Dr. otto Keek, notwl uerve special- ist from NunUeris, (lerniany. 1111,1 brother-in-law of l)r. Mux Kreuttd, pro- I'eHxor of (iernittit at llkv, will siitsak tu iIip (ioi'tlie-Wreiu, Herman club. 111 ItM next mooting Saturday, Novi>mbi-r 1, at 8 pin- at Autry hou#e, i r. Keek's subject will be "Talks with limnne Person* at an Asylum" This committee. which was elected Friday, October -t. conslHted ol Hi". Kreuml. president Louis Kt'Htenbfru treasurer, Kurt von. fohngpii, ecre- tary, and Lenoir Durham, Mr. Si.-itu- : emainti. ami Miss I'rovinskl. (future sessions will be plan tied by tin- sin ! dent members (if. the Hub, Hues will; tin collected by tlt« treasurer prior to: Xovenib'.;r 7. BIDS FOR ENGINEERING BALL GO ON SALE FRIDAY IIUU V',i' Mie ball I" be ( itfDl Ni:>ve:nii.'i' i ;if Hiver OuRs C'lititi" | 11 v ( lull unit .hi <. |i' • in tin" Su I! > purl Kl'i...

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

I * -* 1 1 f J i I and* faculty members have on* laat chance to gat photo- grap^iad for tha Campa- nile—th morning. Oo ovar to Autry Houaa right now and got it ovar with. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Plana for an alght-paga Thankagiving laaua of tha Thraahar will ba discutaad Monday at a ataff moat- ing. All ataff writara of tho Thrasher are urged to be present. VOL 16 HOUSTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1930 NO. 8 I "SetUp thfcTeHpins,"fawl.t JvJVelegram ENGINEERS TO OPEN SOCIAL SEASON AT RIVER OAKS FRIDAY Decorations, Orchestra Are Kept Secret Until Tonight KU'h'h first social function of tins 1930-31 wen hoik the uiiuual lCuBinoers' ; Hall will be held tonl«hI from 10 uiilil 2:30 o'clock at the River Oaks Conn- ' try club. I31d for academic students will he $3, arid for members of the Kngliieer- iiiK society, $2 has boeii the amount an reed upon. Featured with train modernistic decorations. uccomimnied by Lee's! Owls and another orchestra which will ; not he named be...

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

THE RICE THRESHER THE 1 'i A weekly paper published by the Student* of Riee Institute durlno tn# months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, || May, and the laet two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter, October 17, 1918, at the postofflce In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ROUND RICE ... WITH BARRY W, TAUBOT i Mr*. P. H. Robinson entertained Wednesday at home with bridge in The Houston Onrgoyle has come' honor ot Miss Madeline Jacob, a KL1SKKT TUKXlClt. WILLIAM <>. Hl'SsijlliL, If WALTKH H I'K \VA HT, W OAKMNKIt SDIH.K. -;::t Ross pond, '31 Will-etin Jolinunn, .. Barry Talbot, '1J - Rudy Hons, Jr., "W 11 ii II ic Heth T.illcy, 'ill Betsy ';u \ Maxlini Timhtll, 'H- Helen Haiti-, '32 Hon i n nil Uiehuril*, '1U1 Thoman (J ready, '33 . THE STAFF !filwf§ W' <;i'Os;li'in;i;.,: u; n; holti'Vi <il a tvn'rd l.«t(l titles, il !- wi-n ( 111 I ill Is sail llj.il !§« i <>mil; Hfl'd to titll t!>« Ill wh.-t ■ a j i• ■ ...

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

THE RICE THRESHER iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MMUIIIHimilHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIJ DOWN THE iiiuiiiiiiilMitiiiiKiiiuiiuiuiiMiiiiiiiiCV J VT |J uiiiiiiiiiiMliiiiiiinimiimimiiiiniiiilJ^ J[ J^| |J/ WITH LINDY QRKAOY The dope bucket of 'he Southwest conference was again upset Saturday when aa enraged herd of Steer* Htomped the S. M. U. Mustangs, 26 .«> 7. The Ponies were roundly out- played by a powerful Longhorn eleven, and only In the last period when they scored their only touch- down did the Mustangs show the form expected of them. • ♦ The conference race, however, Is still wide open, and while T. C. U. is on the top, It must face such strong opponents as TexaB, S. M. U., Baylor, and Rice before claiming its second successive championship. * • • The Horned Progs, have owe ot the most powerful elevens in the con- ference, and are doped to whip the owls here tomorrow. However, should they come to Houston over-confident, they are likely to be bowled over the naiyfl as was Texas. •...

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

Jf- TUB) BY/MR TlinnaUlTD * itiu lUUo 4 niwonalt HI ii« STURDY OWL LEADER /#:• Mm iv # Si,® ■mmmmmmnm CAPT BILLY MORGAN Itiilj >1 f>!'.u;11:. n: I•<>11i>>• n. will |i.-:nl tin- owls inhi action Saturday. \ :!i 1 • lu ;•< lluli'iii'.'- man is M..rtrai', w lio fol Hie |iuxt two seasons i i been a M.ir cuurrl in < • v> ■ t > cain< 11 • • i a chimi'- f ji il< lor, mill if -ilji'tiliil I • Ul 11, I 1)1' IKli'l I'l I I''" • . Ill- I U 1 i! i' |>lf v Vil • line Of II'"' Kh; :"atinrfiJ! m the 'r.■ Nta• ■ vletort RICE GRIDS i , ;£ JA I W* O Q '93° Name and City— Ht wt. Potition Year. I VOUM*, J 0, , 1 N ill* t ft 190 Tmikte Firm | 1 Drifccoll, V., J iotiHtou , . , 5 ft. • in 1«S (juiu'tin-lnuik. First ! j 1 'i iscli. M\, Houston :3 ft In 10$ Fullback first 1 Connelly, Q.. '"^Sart Worth. it I t. !• in 10f) Halfback First j JV.y, II., DaHhi* . .. u ft. ■ % in 14 0 UalfbiK.'k First ! M< Arthur. M., tilTHMt.t « ;lt..' 11)2 Tsckl" First I St n^hjik, Hr. H...

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

<? THE RICE THRESHER I § 1 ■i TRAFFIC AT GAMES lUawvalai Been to Coiifeitioii lsBi« Removal of the esplanades from the ltice field house to the San Antonio highway hag created a 66-foot high- way that wtll help to relieve the con- gestion ho apparent at the'Rice foot- hall games. This does not mean, however, that the esplandes along the Rice campus will be removed. The ouly property owners of prominence along this stretch are the Institute and the city of Houston. Neither of these cares to bear the expense of paving at present. With the development of Southgate and Braeswood additions, and the growth of the Bellalre neighborhood, traffic has been very heavy on South Main street. Several years ago, when W. C. Munn made improvements on his property In Hie vicinity,' the first of these espa- landes was removed. Now the others from Bellalre to Blodgett are being removed. Main street was paved from Blod- gott to Bellalre in 1916, At that time the automobile traffic was not heavy. The ...

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

THE RICE THRE8HER NOVEMBER 26 IS SET AS DATE FOR JOINT BAND-0 W L S DANCE Scene of 'Beauxarts Ball' To Be River Oaks Clubhouse M.«nib(>r of tlii'1 Itli.'c Owl Ilmul uutl J of tIn* Dweii Winter Literary society will combine to give :i dunce oil No- j vember !!•>, tho night bei'ore Tluyik*. kmiik. Tile iiffalr, H studio dance to !)•' known ax lie- lieauxarts Hall, will' lie one ol' Hit; lilKlilinhts of the 11)30- 1'.III! lilce sorlul MetilHDli. Tile dance mai'lts llie It rot time In ..The history of I{i< • ■ Institute that a i'0-ed'H1 oi'naiiiziiilon and ft boy's or- LMiiiznlion li.-iM' I'o-opentlctl in .-such a liuUHH'i'. Ilivu- Hill,-' haltl'iioili will In llie scene ol' (lie iliilu". • 'oiitliri in itir number of aVfllltlble d'tinci dares, arid the desire of tlie 1 lililnl In secure finances for tlie H'i|> lo lUiylur «< nlied In the agreement between He two ^t'KahUai jytis lo nv (n'li ui^cili'ir m)i tlii- |ini,iect. V -.roui', oi! ihj. I'huii t'lre! 'I^nid. tiic}«iii...

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