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

■ '• I I ir 4 I 4 i«XM AggUS STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE Annihilate Thou Texas Aggies VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIOAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930 RIC ePSpiri^riaiaes onlBverrtiPAe^le^vlash 010 STATE DEAN TO SPEAK HERE TODAY ON NATURE SUBJECT Dr. William McPherson Has Thirty Years' Service As Chemistry Head Dr. WUltum McPherson, head of the Department of Chemistry of the Ohio State university, will st>e ik ut the Rice Institute November 14, Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock on "The Meth- od of Nature." Dr. McPherson has directed the chemistry department at Ohio State for the past. 30 years. At present, he is Professor of Chemistry and Dean of the Graduate School. He served durin g the war as a Lieutenant Colonel In tile Chemical Warfare Service. With Wm. K. Henderson lie *vas senior co-author of a series of text- books on chemistry. One of these books is used In Chemistry 100 at the present time. Under the direction of the American Chemical society, he is making this lecture tour...

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

THE RICE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Inetltute during «M month* of Octobor, November, December. January, Fabruary, March, April, May, and tha laat two weeks of 8*pt*mbor. Entered aa second clasa matter, October 17, 1918, at the poatofflee Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ...Editor ELBERT TURNER. '32 WILLIAM U. RUSSELL."7^ WALTER STEWART, 732 GARDNER SOULK. '33 ...Business Manager .. Assistant Business Manager ..Managiug Editor THE STAFF Ross Pond, '81... Willetta Johnson, Barry Talbot, '32 Rudy Hues, Jfw lfallie Mi'tli Tallt Betsy RubS. "U . • Max lite Tinclall, Helen. Batte, '-S3 .. Hurli mt| liichariii: NIJI-UT, Thomas uri-ady "13 v. '84 ,1 .... ..Associate Editor Associate Editor .Associate Editor ... ....News „ ..News ..... Society .................Society ...... Features Features Engineering , Sports I 'ROUND i I RICE ... I WITH SARRV W. TALBOT THE QUESTION OF STUDENT SPIRIT l"(M inlii i't'W 11,1. H l •;i ail ,<y. i<- niwi ...

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

THE RICE THRESHER i •I V riiwdiffff (In Breaks Game Ta Defeat Rice Elevea, 20-0 Featuring a hard-charging line that rushed Rice kickers and passers con- tinually, the Texas Christian Univer- sity Frogs maintained their unbroken march toward another conference championship by trimming the Rice Owls, 20 to 0, Saturday, before 9,000 rabid fans. What was doped to be a close bat- tle was turned Into a one-sided tri- umph for an alert Frog defense. The great play of the Frog line far over- shadowed the heralded offense led by Cy I-eland. The fact that the Christians touk advantage of every opportunity to score resulted in the one-sidedness of the conflict. The Owls, 011 the other hand, failed to make a better showing because they failed to grasp a golden oppor- tunity to score In the first few min- utes of play, belaud fumbled the first punt of the game when three Owl linesmen crashed into him, and Mc- Carble. Rice end, recovered deep In Frog territory. This play was nullified a few mo- m...

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

THE RICE THRESHER SCHOOL SENDS MANY STUDENTS TO RICE Houston Junior College It Represented by Alumni At Institute BY RUDY ROOS JR. A lajrgi number of Houston Juuior College students havi- toeffi) coming out to It Ice tft ilnlsh their education j and get tlMftr degrees after completing the first l n years ill tli" junior SI'llOOl. Among tli«* .junior college alumni who arc candidate* fur degrees this year are Katherille Jac-kson. Who is ■ specializing in bisiory, iSladys Hitch- cock,, Frances FOst < 'i'. May t. i • u i s < ■ Thob'isen. avid A1111i• > Itu> iiualt,rough. John Klaraa und Wt-ldon "Lefty" Morris tire oujt (or freshman football. Helen Vllnoch | studying (in lil'too- T t J | I - 1 ,1.11: IvH--" Duwuou ir doiU-g lll'l' pi e Hied Wol'li here I'at Quinu is < > n i - of 'In- assistant i-beer lenders, \ moins til:'*: .iuuhtis at lii« this.year w ti<i lornn 1iy i■ 11 isi£< <! Houston .Inn- iui1 College arc Udeii lUitte. «;<vrtru<i< IK*!!rijf. w...

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

I I STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION VOL. 16 RICE INSTITUTE Murder Thou Mustangs - I HOUSTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1930 NO. 10 RIGE «VliP«FUJDf KTtE FIELD MOTH sje J 1 Mustangs In Town Today For Annual Air Circus He Carries the Mail Here is "Handsome" Burl Mueller, speedy Rice iitiIilci•><. Hand some ik Unit handsome does, ih«y lull us. Lust Saturday. Mueller run ;i7 yards in i lie most liniwlsoino muuiu'r possible. r 12 Ce UAUfUACk MEAGHER MEN FACE ACID TEST IN TILTj WITH METHODISTS] Aggie Triumph Sets Owls On Edge for Coming of Dallas Club After whipping tlu Texas Aggies V to 0 on Kyle field. Conch .luck Meug- I her's righting aggregation of sopho- mores wilt meet a powerful combinn- lion in Coach Ray Morrison's 8. M. IT. Mustangs Saturday iit Rico field. i The affair should be one of the ■ most, colorful or the seusoli, and an ' overflow 'Crowd is anticipated. Students and fans will be given a \ chance to witness the highly touted j Mustang aerial attack, which beat, the j...

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

THE «ICE THRESHER ?HE A. weekly paper published by the Student* o1 Rlee Institute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, Marsh, April, May, and the last two week* of September. Entered as second class matter, October 17, 1916, at the po*tofflce in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. I KUJKU.T TOtt.NER, ... Wll.l.l \M Ul'SSEU.. ' WAI/l'EK STEWART, *8? CiAliUN'EU SOt'l.Ki. ,'83 Re.se: pomi, ,':8L ,1 jjul Hurry 'I "it'1 'I ' .. liUtiv Iti^s J|fj|( Mi'rf'JI Kail® tlei.u: 'S'a11<■:SH.l iitiij-,V WaxiU'. Tijulail, .'iiik,,. jyJiH'j U^len ..ft,11',:,. ::v U hrV M UiVharrth, ?S THE STAFF Eil it or Business Manager . Assistant Husiness Manager Matuigins Editor Associate Editor i i|jSt; \saoci.ite Eilllor , Associate Editor ft®iSiti News j l'i( ji.H'i JlU Xesvs . „ Society Society P««utur«H Feu lures Engineering1 ... v. .j,.,.. Sports Lovett Jouu Thresher I* Extending Welcome To Homecoming Ahmm Wp arn nil very Imppy to join in The Thresher's cordia...

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

THE RICE THRESHER DOWN iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiij THE IHIIItlllllllilllililtmillllillMIMIIUIItf' llHlllllllllilllllltllHIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIII LINE WITH WINDY GREAOY "What! Jitce beat the Aggies on Kyle field! Come on uow and quit your kidding." These are the words ot an old football follower after hear- ing of the Owls' 7-0 victory Saturday, and well the gentleman might be sur. ... prised, for It is the first time In con- ference football history that Rice has accomplished such a feat. • The last time the Owls whipped A. and M. was In 1923 when they elced out a 7 to 0 win on Rice field, but taking the Aggies on their own farm- land had never been heard of before. However, now that (lie Owls have chased the Aggletown jinx and have '"made Kyle field Into one of their own playgrounds, and with the fooibull renaissance well under way at Hice such accomplishments will not be In- frequent in the future. * * • Much credit for the Owl victory is due Seaman Squyres, big Rice Held gen...

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

<& THE RICE THRESHER BUI WBi i ami We want a win over S. M. U. You've got the team and the spirit and the fight. We want you to know that when you go on the field Saturday, you have the heartfelt support of all Houston. Rice Institute is a great school and de- serves a great and winning football team. We believe that you boys are the team that Rice has been needing. If the good wishes of Houston business men and firms can help you win, you ought to be a cinch for next Saturday and all the Saturdays to come. This Page Is Made Possible Through the Courtesy of the Following Firms and Individuals: TEXAS FIRE WORKS CO. McDONALD MEACHUM HOLLAND & AMDUR FEHR BAKING CO. ROBERT J. CUMMINS SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. W. L. EDMUNSON W. H. CURTIN & CO. H. BERNARD GILLETTE J. B. EARTHMAN CO. HOWARD SMITH CO. CLANCY FISH MARKET J. H. McEVOY & CO. W. H. STEIGERWALD CO. J. WEINGARTEN, INC. BARBER PLUMBING CO. JAMES CONEY ISLAND DESEL-BOETTCHER CO. SOUTH END ICE CO. FREEPORT SULPHUR ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 November 1930

THE RICE THRESHER I MAILMAN HI— (Continued from Page 1) On the special train returning (ram College Station last Saturday night i bad a conference with certain mem- bers of the Athletic committee that were on the train and it was decided that the best thing to do In the In- terest of future relations between two schools wan to have the llttlly club take immediate steps to assure the A. and M. ufllciuls that ltlce Institute would be responsible for removing; the paint from their stadium. A letter bearing this iuformutlon was deliver- ed to Dr. T. O. Walton, president of A. uml M. College, at un ourly hour Sunday morning, fortunately, before he had been made acquainted with condltlous liy his own student body. On Tuesday four members of the club went to College Station and made arrangements for workmen to remove the paint iti accordance with the specifications of the architect and head of the department of chemistry. The department ot athletics, acting through the Uully club, will sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 November 1930

THE RICE THRESHER RICE SONGSTERS Di PROGRAM TENDERED TEMPERANCE MEET National WCTU Convention Is Audience for Glee Club Presentation Miiliiug it* ilelmt ttt tlm liiittiiiinl Hs.switlily or tin.' VV, (.'. 'I", I . the Uice (ilee Chili proved tlif most puiuilnr rwitui'f "II I lit? prugl'aJSl) ulven ill III1' Cilil \udiiori 111 it. Mmiili'v ewtiing, "As the lllll't" W ftS till' SOUR «<> VVhII H'C"ivi"ll illlllltu' I'lglll 111:1 inlll'illlS It'll- ilifrml li\ Mttloii' iiiii>i',al liiuiiitiiwi fiims hi iluni-ion. v111jther I'trgHri'iiK'Hi in >" • fifty rliilii i* ii.in jii11>• ■ 111ii11Hi'- <I• ■. ItdtJIt of the t neniiiii • e •. l;:iii; i-;i 11. 1' A. Willi, M t ■! 111 „ r I - 11 i I > In fill* vIl'M-M:- K 11:1 "l"'H in all liiri' si'iifli'tiH. b'vif a - innv rulhifc liii1:. M'i n i nt i (I < • Ii.iiIk ^ii' ill ill tmlv thie'e ,i t i • I l<l 111 ' 111 .11' I'l'l-i'.ii'-filln 0 liii- i ii i it/, in I-- "ii'ti^K1 ifi «:#«Hde ^ ■ i uU«* hhiV in > f ^ • nil. HI...

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

M 1 N STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE THANKSGIVING EDITION VOL. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1930 NO. 11 1USSELL TO TALK POETRY WEDNESDAY Famed Irish Mystic To Speak Concerning 'Last of the Fantastics' At 8:15 p.m. next Wednesday, De- cember 3, Dr, tleorge Russell of Dub- lin, fatuous by his pen name, "AE", will deliver a public lecture in the Physics Amphitheatre of the Kice In- stitute on "The Last of the Fantas- tics". Mr. Russell, known the world over as a mystic poet and publicist, is mak- ing hiB second visit to Rice. He lec- tured here to a large audience In the spring of 192K. At his forthcoming lecture, Professor Alan Dugiild Mo- Klliop, of the English department, will preside. Terming George William Russell an an Irish writer and painter, the Eng- lish "Who's Who" of 1929 gives a brief sketch of his life. He was burn In Lurgan, Armagh county, Ireland, April 10, J8B7. He wns educated only at the Rnthmlncs school. In IU23 he edited the Irish Statesman. A...

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

THE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute during toe month* of October, November, Oeoember, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter, October 17, 1916, at the poetoffice in Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. eL¥Kt tTjhkica," ■32 - Editor wi1.1jAM u. hl'ksku., "s'l WAl.TKH STKWAUT, '32 G Alt UN Kit SOPi/k, "tit. ...Ilusiness Manager Assistant Business Munager ..Managing Editor THE STAFF UtlSH I'ujlll. '31.,, — Wllloita, Joliiisou, 'ill! .. Dairy Talbot, "32 Rudy linos. Jr.. "13 Hal lie Helli. Tu l!< ', 'iH lie t.sy Hoss, Maxlne Tinthill, '311 Helen Bill It?, Ml! . , Hfrtl'llnd ltirliUKl*. 'S3 Kit hard Nosier. Thomas Uf^aily, p 'S3 Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor News N ew h . Society Society Ventures Features Kugtneering Sports i in* THE ALUMNI COME BACK t( ti'U•' obi Thursday for .hundreds "f 'Hoi I ant i< tit <■ iiliininl \ oci; ion i,i Hie annual Tlmnksuiv...

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

i 3 THE RICB THRESHER LITERARY SOCIETIES-THE WHY'S AND WHEREFORE'S founding of ejus dates back to 1914 when club formed Elisabeth Baldwin Society Was First Co-Ed Group On Campus BY KATHRYN LOQUE The Elizabeth Baldwin literary so- ciety, founded in 1914, was the llrst literary society to be organized at the Rice Institute. This organization was open to any girl desirous of benefit- ing herself through training in lit- ovnry expression and public utter- ance. Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett was in- strumental in the founding of this club, in that lie would not allow the girls to publish a weekly or a monthly paper until they had formed a literary society. The next probem to arise was that of a name for the club. The girls, desirous of choosing a name which would have a definite and lasting connection with the school, chose to name the society after Elizabeth Bald- win. the wife of William Marsh Rice, the founder of our school. programs made After the club was organized, pro- grams were formula...

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

THE RICE THRESHER iiimiitiiimiiiiiitiHtitiiiiiiiiii lUIIIUMUIIMJIIIIIIIUmiHIUItll DOWN THE LINE itiiiifiiiitmHiiitiiiutitiiMiiiuiiimmf niiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiMMiiiiiimiiit WITH UNDY QREADY Where ardent football followers usu- ally ask the eoacliefi who Is Kolng to Ktart in the barklleld, the question is quite different up in Dallus, the home of the wandering S. M. V. Mus- tanfiH. There tlie.v a«k, "Who 1st going to i>iicl> today?" * * * After watching the Ponies open up with tin ir dazzling aerial attack, this seems lik a very appropriate ques- ion. They certainly do loss that pig- skin about the Held like it was a. base- ball, and tii make matters worse they have a group of swell outfielders who have a knack of catching the oval every now and then. VVhetht'i the hoys are av.ure ut it or nor, it is n well known fact among the girls of the Institute that the Owls lime on their football squad two of the taost li.itiilsonie players ill the sJo'itlitti-' cinu'eionce. We refer h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 November 1930

/ THE RICK THRESHER > WELLESLEY OFFERS SCHOLAKSHPS OF VARYING AMOUNTS Women Graduate* Eligible To Receive Monetary Awards Several Wellesley scholarships ore ojien to woniun graduates from Wel- lesley and oilier college*, according to recent announcement* l y the reg- istrar. These scholarships carry In- comes from $1250 to $1ti00 annually and are good for several years' study and research in America and abroad. The Alice Freeman Palmer scholar- ship has an Income of $1600 and is open to a woman graduate from auy American college of approved stand- ing. To win this scholarship, a girl must not be more than 26 years old. In good health, unmarried, and as free as possible from responsibilities. It may be used for private research, study abroad, or study in an Ameri- can college or university. Applica- tions must be made to the president of Wellesley College not later than February 1 preceding the year the scholarship Is desired. For students who have received their A.B. or M.A. from...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 November 1930

THE RICE THRESHER DIRECTORY SURVEY LISTS 32 STUDENT GROUPS ON CAMPUS' Organizations Include More Than 400 In Various Personnels Thirty-! wo separate organizations sire listed in Him i 30t;Ui;il survey of studeiii clubs mi (lit* Ki<f Iimtilule c;iiii|>iis. 'I'll*1 various orgunifcat ions enroll more than lull n:T lull' I It*. I'lic sludeht <1 iI< • -lory, with nil ot)i< i r.~ < i>ui)> 1 • 11*, follow: STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION: How. mil Malcolm Hanner. president: Holi'ii Williams. vice president; John David Simpson. 11'<-ar • i-; Packard Hkiioii. member-lit-targe; Virginia Reed, Henry l„ Trust, Charles N" Schwar*. Harvey Norveli, senior members; Mur> Mar- shall Keririijiiiit. Cuimei' Lewis, Karl Uiicrmau. inniot meiubei s. Awilila Slew 1 . Carl ' >'oll'<|ril, sophomore iicitl! ►km s ' ' '■ " ;ii!1!;-i : WOMEN'S COUNCIL: Heidi Wll Hams, in i• - hii in : W'iwi,.'u;i MeLunglc till;. '.HI pro 1<|| III : l .'III islam Copt1 it'l/imr'>vi,i-e,ism:er; Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 December 1930

yvi. IB MOU&TUN. 11AAo, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1930 NO. 12 Rice Owls Ready For Iowa Cyclones PASSING OF IRISH MYSTICAL GENIUS DEPLORED BY BARD Dr. George Russell Delights Large Audience with Lecture on Poets BY HALLIE BETH TALLEY In a voice rich and low with that mystic; quality which is ho charming fn his poems, I)r. George Russell, fa- mous Irish poet, delighted hi" audi- ence ot over 400 Houstoni-un Wed- nesday evening in the Physics Amphi- theatre of Itlce Institute wheu he spoke on "The Last of the F. ltas- tics." Professor A. D. kcKIHop of the Knglish department introduced Dr. Russell us a poet, painter, Journalist, farmer, and publicist. He ip a speak- er already well known in Houston, having appeared before a large audi- ence here at Rice In the sprint: of 1928. In appearance Dr, Russell is tall and distinguished looking, with a long gray beiird, fine eyes and a slow smile. However, It is his low melo- dious voice which charms Ills lis- teners and gives added beauty to his ...

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

♦/ * THE RICE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during «" monthe of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the laet two weeka of September. Entered a* eecond claea matter, Oetober 17. 1916. at the poatofflce n Houston, Te*a , under the Aet of March 3, 1879 ...Editor ELBERT TURNER. '32 i— - ••*••• - WILLIAM U. RUSSELL, Bualn« ' Manager WALTER STEWART. ..Assistant Business Manager GARDNER SOULE, "33 ..Managing Editor THE STAFF Ross Pond, '31 Wllletta Johnson, '32 Barry Talbot, '32 ... Rudy Roos, Jr., '33 Hallie Beth Talley, '34 Betsy Ross, '31 . Maxlne Tlndall, '32 Helen Batte, '32 Bertrand Richards, '33 Uicbiml Nosier, '31 Thomas Gready, '33 Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor News News ..... f Society Society ...Features Features Engineering Sports Rice Society A CREDIT TO RICE <] Seventy Hi*'" Institute musicians have been welded iuto sniooth-func- iioning, well-playlng unit, by iJpt' Chatham, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 December 1930

THE RICE THRESHER M DOWN THE UltllllllllllllUIUMIIIMIIIHIH iiimuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuituu IIIHllllllllllllMlllllillllllKIIIIIIIIIIIIUI llllllltlllllllllllllHIIIIUIIIIIIIUUIIiUIII, "t i xt 1? •LINE WITH LINOV QRBADY Two Rice players who have been aomewbat Id the background during the first part of the season came to the front Saturday as the Owls were uosed out by Baylor. These two grid- men were Joe Neveaux, former Rea- gan high school star, and John Coffee, fast Owl wlngman. • • Neveaux, given a chance to strut his stuff, due to the injury of Seaman Squyres, turned in Borne neat playing at quarterback. On a muddy field, playing safety man, Joe gathered in the high spirals from Jake Wilson's toe and ran them back for good gains. Not once did he fumble the slippery ball. • * * It was Coffee—not Admiration—who made possible the big threat for the Owl touchdown In the second half. Due to the strategy of Wilson, the threat, however, ended In only a safety for the Owls. John, who is a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 December 1930

THE RICE THRESHER BAYLOR BEARS TRIM RICE OWL ELEVEN IN WACO MUD BATTLE Meagher Men Lose by Slight Margin of 7 to 4 in Final Conference Fray Altai' two and <uih-!imK bourn of flipping. sliding. and puu'iiig, (lie Baylor Hears emerged vii-iovs over the Rice Owls in the annual battle m Carroll n-'Ul, Saturday, by a xcore of 7-1. The .sloppy romlition ot (lit? Held slowed up tin: offense of teams, ami Hie Kami- turned out to Ins u ifill punting duel. The Heart? scored late in the -coliil iiuarter on a pass from tlie I'.f-.vanl line. Allord to McKlreatb. I;ewler add- ,.,1 ih<- extra point with a placi l,:<U .lake Wilson '«> liiwsly re.*poii- slble for the Haylor touchdown. return .'d a punt lo tie- Hico .! > ; ;ii'«i line front mldl'teld and follow.>d tins with a lent HI-yard italii through It/it tackle. Then earn* the pass that i ;a(ig!it til" <l«'l fecolnlar.V del">mi napping ami proved the only iturn down ot the Hero1 ttUiit-billtle. Tie' Owls lir.e chai'ti'-d ...

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