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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 May 1918

Volume K BICE INSTITUTE. HOP8TON, TEXAS, MAT 25,1918 Number 14 snEMNcmtt ORGANIZATION IN RUNNING ORDER WITH OFFICERS ELECTED AND CONSTITUTION ADOPTED. Heated DiscuHstonH Occtu At Conatitu- tional Mass Meetings—Dodge Heads Association for Next Year— Much Interest in Election. The students of Rice have at last organized a Students' Association, and it promises to be a great step toward a better reiation and understanding be- tween the facutty and student body., After a meeting of the ciass presi- dents with President Lovett, a commit- tee was chosen to form a constitution for the Students' Association. This committee, headed by J. P. Coleman, drew up a constitution and submitted it to the students. After heated discus- sions the constitution was Anally adopt- ed. Then the election of the various offi- cers remained to be held. Many peti- tions were circulated supporting nomi- nees for the various offices. Councilman at Large—At first the three candidates for president were Har- ris Do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 May 1918

Page Two THE THKE8HEB, MAY 3$, 191* THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodical published by the students of the Rtce Institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the postottice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rat#s. Per copy . 10c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Building. Roy E. LiHard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Rather, Jr Managing Editor Camtiie Waggaman. . . Associate Editor R. W. Patten Business Manager D. A. Robinson. . . Asst. Business Mgr. Phone Hadiey 4803 Aibert Thomas. . . .Circuiation Manager Mary Ciark Weir..Asst. Cir. Manager T. 8. Simons Athletic Editor .T. Hariyn Carson . . Asst. Athletic Editor Dick Taliaferro. . . Asst. Athietic Editor Staff Reporters J. F. Jungman Miss Sarah Lane J. Anton Koch Miss Anna Iticketts J. it. Shannon W. S. Skiles E. H. Iiathorn sTt nm i . FOOD BVOGESTMNa. I'hf change in the nmn- ae^ment of strictly student affairs has [tttw hoett made possible by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 May 1918

THE THRESHER, MAY 9$, 1918 Page Three St3 Main S&*f WA*r<? At#t OPEN AT MOHT in hont o( Riee Hats! Cop^o/ BayAer *SAop 6/4 Main S(. JL. /V. SOMMOMS, Af^r. "<Saf^/acMon Afuaf Be VouM * Fon° I^ace Mem The Leopold & Price military depart- ment carries big stocks of Army Uni- forms and dress accessories of the better grade Kuppenheimer O. L). Khaki Uniforms at $17.50 Kuppenheimer O. D. Serges at $35.00 and up O. D. Reefer Coats (Woo! iined) regu- tar $18 and $20 values reduced to $14.40 and $16.00 Army Shirts at -$4.00 and up Stetson Army Hats at $5.00 and up Other Army Hats at $2.50 Spiral Puttees $2.50 and $4.50 Canvas Leggings ......$1,50 "The Kuppenheimer House" of Houston 509 Main, Opposite Rice Hotel Come %0 HS / yottr Phone Mey 44, Fannin ant) Eagle Sts, Unc!e Sam Shoe Repairing Co. M. D. MiSTRETTA. M. J. FALCONE tfORK C^R^/vrEED Phone Preston 4!!8 <Sf. Lef L^s X^noM) You? Do OWL SUPPLY J. A. KHBLER. Pr.pri.tor Opposite the Campus Everything in line of Military E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 May 1918

Page Four THE THRESHER, MAY M. 1918 lit WiM Soon He Time For OXFORDS Bar Harbor Tan Russia Calf English Last; Straight Lace (Same Sty!e in Gun Meta! Caif) Bronx Tan Rus- sia Caif Straight Lace Oxford (Same Styie in Gun Meta) Ca)f) We Are Offering the Best Shoe Values Together With the Best Shoe Service. We Ask the Consideration of Men Who Appreciate Good Shoes Tuffty & Scoggin's Shoe Co. 524 Main Street Rice Hotel Building In these times the value of a good watch is beyond description—It means suc- cess in life—It is the safe- guard of your ambition. Our collection of watches is a revelation comprising models of practically every well known make for both men and women. * STUM MMOMM !tt f!MMEt) FORM (Continued from page 1) Council which shall act only on matters pertaining to the women's interests. Its decisions shall not conHict with the rules of the Student Council. This Council shall have the power to perfect its own organization and elect its own officers. Sec. 6. (a) The Pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 February 1919

WEBM Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 6,1919 Number 1 MMWMWKHS nntHMTOMCE NEARLY EVERY BRANCH OF MILL TARY SERVICE REPRESENTED AMONG MEN RE ENTERED. OFFICERS OF THE STUDENTS' ASSOC!ATMN New Courses Started for New Regis- tramta—Many Come From OHicers' Schools—S. A. T. C. Lieuten- ants Among the Number. Large numbers of Rice students who went into the various branches of the miiitary service have come back to schooi. They represent neatly every branch of the army and navy. Since speciai ciasses have been arranged for those who missed last term's work on account of the students army training corps these men coming from different camps have an equal chance of making up their academic work. Those who have returned to the school are: Lawrence Kingsiand, R. B. Landram, Jr., James B. Parker, from Fortress Monroe, Virginia. Juiian Fruit, Joseph Russ Baty, Albert Thom- as, Horace Brevard, E. A. Cain, Joseph Benson, Joseph Gilman, Stuart Cole- man, from S. A. T. C. schools. F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 February 1919

4L Page Two THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of the Rice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Business Office, Hoom 104 Administra- tion Building. J. It. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Bobb Managing Edttor Noia McCarty Associate Editor Grnham Peck Business Manager W. E. Bell Circulation Manager B. H. Davis Athiptic Editor W. H. Moier. Asst. Athietic Editor Stati Itepot-ters. .J. H. Peterson H. Heath M. McCorquedaie Maurine Milis J. F. Jungman Hice is as of oid, our duty's done, the work is begun, as of oid. The past tour weeks of our new freedom have nailed home the truth for us. Most of us are enjoying our first taste of reaiiy and truiy coiiege iit'e, and from aii ap- peitranees it is agreeing with us. It has become evident that we are iiving at ;t whoily different, bigger, broader and better school. In the spring term of 1H17 the call came,- and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 February 1919

-!'!3 THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY $, 191$ Page Three 77te Ca&me^ W*%cA Ml// Con^a:n Me 71rop/)!es R/ce Secure m Future OH) FACULTY MEM- BERS HE UP WORK MAXY IXHTRU^TOitB AKD PBOH38. 8OK8 iliTHtXHi) TO MCE A^ER CLOSE OF WAR. H. B. Weiset Attained Rank of Captain —Xumitetn of Mice Men Still In \ artuuM Bt ancheH of Seyvlce— Several to Retum Soon. The trophy case, a reproduction of which appears above, was presented to the Institute two years ago by WiHiam March nice, Jr., one of the board of trustees of the school. The case stands in Room 103 of the administration building, where one may see it if one desires. The cabinet was designed by the Boston office of Cram & Ferguson, the architects of the Institute Ail the ornament of the cabinet is hand-carved and the whole is inlaid in gold and blue. The base of the case is about four by eight feet and it stands over eight feet high. Already a number of trophies are re- posing on the shelves of the cabinet. Most of the trophies now in it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 February 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 6, L/rETMRV ^0C/E7Y G/RL5 $717D V M0DERMS75 * ssf^ssr^ The Elizabeth Baldwin Literary So- ciety has been studying present-day po- etry this year. The Uvea and works of Rudyard Kipling, Robert Service, Atan Seeger, Rupert Brooke, Joyce KHmer, and Aifred Noyea have been the bases of some intensely interesting programs. Miss Mary Waldo entertained the club at one meeting by her excellent reading of several war poems. Misses Moore, Zimmer and NorweU contributed musical numbers to the same program. The society gave a reception, early in the school year in honor of the newly- elected members. Also E. B. L. S. was one of the hostesses at the circus held by the women students before the holi- days. The Hrst part of the meeting on Jan- uary 27 was given over to business. Afterwards Miss Oscie Sanders charm- ingly outlined the* story of "Every Child" and read numerous delightful passages from the book. ConsMuMon o/tne &uaenf ^ssocMfton Article 1—Xante. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 February 1919

Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 13,1919 Number 8 LMMM REPLACES OF H0M0H MNM!L Leroy Bell has recently resigned front the office of chairman of the Honor Council. He has heid this office since the beginning of the year, being the oniy representative of the Senior boys on that board. Beii gives as his reason that he is already overburdened with student of- fices, having been selected president of the Students' Association at the recent elections. He is still on the basketball quint, although at present being laid up with a fractured shoulder. As the Honor Council is a self-per- petuating body, a new chairman was se- lected by the remaining members. Ac- cording to the constitution thin office must be filled by a boy from the Senior class. Robert Landram was tile unani- mous choice of the board and takes of- fice as the new chairman. "Cobby" is a Houston boy, weii known to ai! mem- bers of his own and the lower classes, and will make a capable head for the Council. At ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 February 1919

Page Two THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY 18, Ml* HS-S THE THRESHER A weeMy periodica! published by the students at the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17. 1916, at the postoNtce at Hous- ton. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rates. Per Copy 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student'Association membership fee. Huniness Off tee. Room 104 Administra- tion Buiiding. .). H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. P. Bobb Managing Editor Noia Mt-Carty Associate Editor Graham Pet& Business Manager W. E- Hcil Circulation Manager Anna Schimmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. S. E. Mavis Athietic Editor W. H. Aioier Asst. Athietic Editor S(a)i Hcporterx. JunKman Fr:<nfis Foote J. [!. P^ier^on CaiheriiieKuehn A. Cain Alary Clarke AYier Ai. S. M<;Co)'<}Uodale Cad Worfliatn lieckers Leata Smith Ma mine Mills Ming should be kept down to the mint- mum. The bast way to Keep gambling down to the minimum is to attach a penaity to participation i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 February 1919

THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY 1$, 191$ Page Three Race's *Sen)?ce Record L MAJOR THOMAS UNDSEY BLAYNEY The Hrst Rtce faculty member to en- ter service after America declared war on Germany—that ia the distinction borne by Major Thomas Lindsey Blay- ney. He went to the Hrst officers' train- ing school back in May, 1917.—short month after the United States had cast her iot with the aiiies. He was profes- sor of languages at Rice before his en- try into military iteldB. From his grad- uation from the Hrst officers' camp Ma- jor Biayney's record has been most illustrious. Only recently he was se- lected to accompany an allied mission into Germany. Active and vigorous in all his undertakings. Major Blayney was a marked Hgure at Rice. One of the most popular of professors, the feel- ing -of pride at Rtce at his answering the call to arms was not unmixed with a feeling of poignant regret. Houston- ians will be glad to learn of the ma- jor's unexcelled record. He has been decorated with the croix ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 February 1919

c Page Four SOME GERMAN JOKES NotHdiM*. A curtous ndvertittement in one of the Berlin paper), the "Meggendorfer Blaetter," reads as follows: "Canary bird escaped. Return to Barbarossa Strasse 5 and receive rea- sonable reward. (Not edibie.)" l.Hto the Cheshire Cat. "At ilrst we had to bring our own bread with us to the restaurant. Now we must bring our knives and forks. Watch out! In two months you wili see that Schuitze wiii oniy have to sup- ply the jovial smile."—Jugend. 'lite Oniy Way. "Uish and potatoes were served at the restaurant, both in the singular number and the portion miserably small. "Nevertheless, nty neighbor got a bone in his throat and attracted general at- tention with his coughing and groan- ing. Some persons canto to itis heip, nuggestiu:! <h:tt he swallow several pieces of dry bread or a few -potatoes. TEXANS TAKE TWO GAMES MOM RICE (Continued from page 1.) quite a come down from the Brat. The Owls were playing on a Hoor unusual to them, the City Auditorium...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 February 1919

TONIGHT We are with yo u, Team !FHETHRE8HER DON'T DELAY Have your pteture made Volume 4 BJCE tNSTtTUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAM, FEBRUARY 20, 1919 Xtanber R I HS USE BHES TQ TEXAS LONGHORNS TAKE FtRST TWO GAMES OF THE SER!ES THAT R!CE PLAYS AWAY FROM HOME institute Team Puts Up Hard Fight But Overpowered by the Scores of 28-25 and 36-11—Gertach and Kings- tand Star as Usuat. 1)19 SCIMtlLi W cmmmn iMB mumii cuMis FttWS Of ET m M SET BY sums OS rn CUSS MY AHUK KLH A\\()t\(EM (LASHES HOOKED FOR XE SEASOX—SEVEX AT HOME. Caps and Gowns Wit) Be Worn By Women. Men Fottow Precedent of Carrying Canes on STATE HONOR i ESTS ON OWLS Appointed Day University «f Arkanstts Dtvades Hous- ton on TtmnksHhtnn and Mewnnoe <m Fifteenth—\!eet Texas in Austin on November ). The Rice Owls have lost the first two and the hardest games to be played on their trip. These were played at Austin on Friday and Saturday, the 14th and 15 th of February. The score for the two games, 28 to 25, and 36 to 11, does in itself g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 February 1919

rage Two THETHMM8HEB, FEBRUARY 90, MM THE THRESHER A weekty periodical pubiished by the studentH at the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Mnttued as second-ciass matter October 17, 1916. at the postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Hates. l'er Copy 10c i'er Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. courses, but when it comes to class meet- ings the same old "mere handful" turns up and ciass spirit iies inactive. It is no sin for the new student not to realize the importance of standing by their ciassmates or the benefits of ciose friendships made at school. That is for the upper ciass to demonstrate. The fish have shown good "pep" this year. As a ruie, they beat us aii in attend- ance at the games and the volume of their appiause. Get the idea in the proper iight-— ciass spirit is the greatest step in creat- ing coiiege spirit. Business Office. Room 104 Administra- tion Building. J. it. Shannon Hditor-in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 February 1919

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 20. 1919 Page Three RFces *Sert)Fce RecorJ H. CAPT. HARRY BOYBR WEISER The record of Capt. Wetter during the past year in Washington has been one of which Rice Institute is exception- al proud. He entered the service in the iatter part of August, and was sent to Washington, where he was made chief chemist of the Cataiytic Unit in the research division of the Chemicai Warfare Service, United States Army. Captain Weiser's unit was composed of twenty men, and it formed a part of the offensive division of the service. Their principal work was experiments with various kinds of war gases, the methods of preparing them, their effect- iveness, and the different purposes for which they might be used. Many of the investigations which they made are of such a nature that the Government prefers to have them kept secret. One of the most gratifying resutts obtained through Captain Weiser's unit was the development of the process of preparing the element iiuorine in quan- tit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 February 1919

Page Four THE TtihESHRR, FEBRUARY 30. 1$M /CS77CE ^D^OC^rE CHANCE OF ^OOE7Y* (Edttor'H Note.—The following arti- cle cornea direct from Russia. The Thresher wishes to acknowledge its in- debtedness to M. B. Be)!, who made the translation and offered it for publlca- tion): Men behave by the ruie of thumb. That ruie is the ruie of advantages. When it pays men are courteous. When) !t doesn't, they are indifferent, at best, or contemptuous, at worst. if your servant girl shouid, one tine day, take otT her mask and reveal her- self as a college graduate seeking "ex- perience," you, Airs. Bourgeois House- hoider, would feet a certain athtOs- pitetic change in the sociai barometer. Vou wouid be chiiied by shame, not be- cause you had maltreated a mere serv- ant gir!. but because you (the defender and paragon of the courtesies,"—when you are on your good behavior in a company of sociai equals) had been caught violating your sham code. W'e treat our superiors so courteous- )y tor a very situ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 February 1919

CO-OP Do Yea W*at a H. !* *!!r.' JL * !HL! !ryft CLASS THRESHER Watch for !t Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 27, 1919 Xmnber 4 Y. W. C. A. ClttLS 10 smnK PLANS MADE TO HAVE AT LEAST THREE DtSCUSS- )ON GROUPS FOR tSSUE OF WORLD READJUSTMENT Dorothy Lee !nstruction Chairman of Campaign Which is to be the Supreme Effort of the Year—Misses Mood, Comfort and Foreman Chosen as Discussion Leaders. BEAUTY COHTEST TO BE STAGEO SOOM FOR THE CAMPAMiLE <\\0VAT!0\ )\ AWFAL t\At(jF HAn n av rut; stAii'. W)U. ELECT 1HREE BEMTIES Bolts AViH He (onducfeti in Saiiy-port— Eiectioneering n< Be En< ourane<)— Thresiter Will Announce Time Later. Every coiiege Y. W. C. A. tn America is tuaking its spring drive. Each is be- ginning a series of Discussion Hours when girls wiii get together and study world readjustment in after-the-war tertns. Rice is to have three such groups. Every vigorous minded Rice girl wiii gain a modern woman's view- point of reconstruction by attending o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 February 1919

f aye Two THE THMMSHEB. FEBRUARY 37, 191$ nrTTT? Trnjf#t?ctgnrt* 1 riiL i r*r^nLO***LF^ A weekly periodical published by the students a.t the Rice Institute nt Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ciaas matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. MubHtription Kate*. Per Copy 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Building. .). J{. Shannon Editor-in-Chief ]'. F. Mobb Managing Editor Nola McCarty Associate Editor Graham Peels Business Manager W. E. Hull Circulation Manager Anna Schimmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. S. E. Davis Athletic Hditor W. H. Moier Asst. Athletic Editor StaHH'-]mtt<-t'M. ,). E. Jungman l'arl:nian Johnson J. it. i'eterson LeonBromberg M. S. Mct'ornuodale it. K. Maddrey C.H. Beckers K. H. Heath. M. C. A. E. A. Cain, Exchanges MituritM'AiHls (Imt'ci.naiie )'. Poote TiHie iiirsch ('atiterint'Kut'lu) CadWortitant Unity South EeataSmith...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 February 1919

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 37. 1019 Page Three jR:'ce's -Sendee JRecorJ III. PtofenMv Hwoid Atbert WUtmn, F. R. 8., M. A. (Cambridge) D. Sc., (London.) (By Catherine Kuehn.) It is with great pleasure and pride that the students of Bice Institute look forward to the return of Prof. Harold Albert Wilson, who has been gone since the summer of 1917 and who is expected to return next month (March). During the summer of 1917, while still professor of physics at Bice Insti- tute, Prof. Wilson was actively engaged on anti-submarine warfare experiments and inventions. He was so interested in his work and so successful that the government made him a research physicist, and sent him to New London, Conn., to the United States Naval Ex- periment Station. Here he is serving in the capacity of a civilian in the Anti- submarine Warfare Service, and is not attached to any military organization. Like most government researches, the nature of his experiments and inven- tions are kept secret, but it has be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 February 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 27, 1919 PERSONALS Buddie O'Roark of Beaumont, lately a Jack on the Western coast at Frisco, rated a coxswain, visited the dorms on his way home due to his honorable dis- charge from the navy. Jap Mears of Wichita Faiis, was visit- ing on the campus in an effort to ascer- tain the changes to be made in the school of philanthropy, in which he former!)* held an assistantship. COLLEGE M37ES First Lieutenant Griffin D. Vance is on a leave of absence front his duties ; front Camp Sherman. Calif. He was; accompanied by his wife, a former Hous- ton girt, Miss Idyiie Dudley. Griff ex-: pects to return to school next Septem- ! ber and is in great shape to piay as ; good a game as before, for he has kept in condition on an army team in the : Western State. Dr. Aitenberg and Messrs. Davis, Gray. Fruit and Wademan of the biol- ogy department, went on a bioiogica! survey of the Houston Ship Channel over the holiday and the week-end. Shorty Mayer made the trip to ...

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