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

ENG'G. MEETING Tonight — — Eat* 1 rntL 1 FINALS Watch - Your - Step Yolunto 4 RtCE 1NMTITUTK, HOUMTOX, TKX AS, MARCH 6, 1919 \ umber 5 SEMtORS PREPARE fOR COMMEMCEMEMI ((HIMITTEES APt'OtXTED AT LAST MEET!K(j RY PMEStDEXT FOR FA!tEWELL ArMVtTtES. Una! HaH, Senior "American,' ami Senior Ranquet Are Included Among tin' Festivities of Class of IBIO. At a meeting Thursday afternoon the ciass of 1!)19 began to make many plans for the coming commencement. A Una! bail "in be held this year, and other Senior events will include a Se- nior "American" Saturday morning, June 7th, and a banquet that evening, as well as the usual festivities of com- mencement week. The foiiowing com- mittees were appointed by President Kingsiand: Invitation Committee: Misses Mar- guerite John, May Speer and Mr. Rather. Dance Committee: Misses Margaret Gillespie and Oiive Erkel; Messrs, Shir- ty Simons, J. T. Rather and Harris Dodge. PLAY CLASS GIVES SHOW AT ELLINGTON Y. W. C. A. Girls Entertain Aviators With a Tw...

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

**age Two THE THBM8HEB, MARCH 6, 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly periodical publlahed by the students at the Rice iMtltute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflce at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Hates. I'er Copy 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion HuihUng. J. It. Shannon Hditor-in-Chief P. F. Hobb Managing Hditor Xoia McCarty. Associate Hditor Crtthant feck iiusiness Manager \\*., H. Itell , .Circulation Manager Anna Sfbimmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. S. H. Davis Atbietic Hditor) W. )i. Muter Asst. Atitletic Editor Staff Mcportct*. .1 1'. .iungman i'arkman Johnson it. I'etersot) l^eon Uromberg \i. S. \!ct'or<modate it. K. Aiaddrey <'. it. Heciiets H. ]). lieati). V. M. C. A. t;. A. Cain. Exchanges Aiaurine .\liiis Crnce i.eahe F. i\iote Tiilie Hirsch (latixuine Kttchn t'ad Wortlnun Unity Sunlit l.n.tta Smitit Saraiti...

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

THE THRESHER, MARCH 6. 19M Page Three Race's -Serut'ce Record FyoteawM WHMam Caaper Orauxtein. M. A. (Harvard). P. H. D. (Bonn ), and OrMHth Cnnmd EvaM, Ph. D (Hatvard). Prof. Graustein of Cambridge, Mass., and formerly Sheldon Fellow of Har- vard University and Instructor in Math- ematics at that University, was untti last May one of the professors of Math, at Rice. Prof. Graustein was commissioned a lieutenant and sent to the proving grounds of Aberdeen. Md., as a mem- ber of the Ordnance Service. Recently, however, he has accepted a civiiian po- sition as Supervisor of Computation. He is stiil at Aberdeen and his work is practically the same as he had formerly been doing. It consists principally of preparing range tables for guns, which is a very necessary branch of service. Another of Rice's mathematic profes- sors is also in service at the present time. Prof. Evans of Boston, Mass., was commissioned as a captain of the Sig- nal Corps of the Aviation Section in May, and sent to ...

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

PageFMHr THE THHBHHER, MARCH 6. iM9 Mr. Hat Draper, one of the instructors in chemistry, addressed the Epworth League of St. Paul'n Methodist Church last Sunday evening. His subject was "Faith," and the listeners were im- pressed by the great sincerity and ear- nestness of the speaker. Mrs. Draper has ieft Houston for a visit to her home, and her husband is now batching in the dormitory. He reports several inter- esting features about those halts, among which is mid-night candy putts, etc. Mrs. Conrad Griffith Evans and tit- tle son leave Wednesday to join Cap- tain Hvans in Home, where the latter is doing government wort: and lectur- ing in the f'niversitv of Rome. Miss Luta Jtiggins and Mrs. Sara Da- vidson spent the past week-end in Gal- veston with the Misses 11a and Flossie lirown. Miss Katherine Secor, a Haytor grad- unti' in music, was out at the Institute ami favored us with several solos in ii. 1.. S. Monday. Miss Alice Dean is out of town visit-; inn in-r home t'oiks in Vi...

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

FINALS EDITION FINALS EDITION Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 13,1919 Number M CUM It) MEW MX WITH Sin AT ME RtCE iNSTRUCTOR WtNS H!GH HONORS )N ART COMPETiTtON Fettowship With American Academy of Rome tnctudes Expenses for Three Years and Transportation—To Study Buiiding Arts of Ancient Romans. James H. Chillman, Jr., instructor in the architectural department, and popu- lar man-about-coHege, ieft Thursday night for New York where he wtil find out whether he wiii be honored by being selected as a fellow of the American academy at Rome, Italy. The fellow- ship includes the payment of expenses during a three-year stay in Rome and passage overseas and return. Mr. Chillman is being considered for this honor along with three other men. The men were selected front a large number who submitted sketches three years ago in the preliminaries of an architecturai competition. The compe- tition was not finished owing to the fact that soon after the preliminaries came America's en...

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

fage Two THE THRESHER. MARCH 1$. 191$ THE THRESHER A weekly periodical published by the students At the Itice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under tne Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Hales. Per Copy 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Iiuiidlng. J. H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. liobb Managing Editor Noia McCarty Associate Editor Graham Peck Business Manager W. E. Hell Circulation Manager Anna Shirmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. S. E. Davis.. \V. il. Moier. Athletic Editor . .Asst. Athletic Editor Stall !tc)mrtcr*. .1. F. Jungman Parkman Johnson J. )t. Peterson Leon Uromherg M. S. McCormtotkiie H. K. Aladdrey ('. li. Peckers H. H. Heath. Y. Al. C. A. E. A. Cain. Exchanges Maurine Miiis Grace Eeahe F. Foote '1'iitie Hirsci) Catherine Kuehn Cad W'orthatn ttnby Soutt) Leata Stnitti Sarah i.atie Mary Ctarke Weir ...

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

THE THRESHER, MARCH 13, 1919 Page Three 37/1FF ,4PP(MV7MEJV75 M/4DE FOR 71HRE3HER SEMOR Z55ME Staff appointments for the Senior is- ue of The Thresher, which wiii appear next week, have been made by Tom Rather, who was selected as edttor-in- chief for the issue. The appointments have been made from the personnel of the Senior class. The Seniors are assuring themselves that theirs will be a banner issue. They wiil set the pace for the remainder of the classes, and it is declared they will set a fast pace. Denocilies McCarty, associate editor of The Thresher, will serve for the Se- nior issue. Other appointments made by the is- sue's editor-in-chiet are as follows: Tiliie Hirsch, Shitiey Simons. Harris T. Dodge, George Marshaii Dukes. Minnie Hammersmith. C. P. Lasay, Oiive Erkei and Juanita Swope. N077CES SOfWOMORg fMATCE BR/1ME DEEDS OF ,4 PEF NE/V ON DtVFV M77H 71HE * ' Is this Company D of the Forty-sec- ond Infantry?" "Yes." "Weii, I've got a box here that's the darndest mystery a...

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

Page Four THE THRESHER, MARCH IS, 1919 TEM ponnnr 3EVEngnA^!F ^rrcswwcew 4i& MAWST^ rrscocKcy PERSONALS Lieut. Ben Taber of Eagle Lake. Tex- as, visited his sister, Miss Ernest Ta- ber, this past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nicholson of Gal- veston were here last week visiting their daughter, Miss Liiiian. Have you noticed how particuiar Edith Gallaher is that her picture be beautiful? She is sending it to Ger- many—to—ask her. Dr. Dennis said that by the time col- lege boys became Seniors they rareiy ever got intoxicated—except on certain days. I'm giad Texas is dry. for our Seniors might have to pdt their fraii canes to uses they were not made for, otherwise. Miss Ruby South has been reai sick this past week, but is better now. Miss Vilia Bates succeeded in getting her theme in on time, staying up all night to do so. ,Pg?ro7Hze 77?re^Aer y4&)er#ser.s Dr. Kenneth W. Cunningham is spending the spring term holidays in Dallas attending the State meeting of surgeons. Lucius M. Lam...

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

K**P isMt JMa* <JHa* -H)*- JHL - Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAHCH 20,1919 Number 7 Mtll DEW CltmSES MUM ID PMIIM) m m mis mil MCE PREPARWG FOR LARCE EN- ROLLMEXT FOR NEXT YEAR. SEVERAL NEW HiSTORY COURSES Jurisprudence and Business Administra- tion, Heretofore Unknown at Rice, Include Architectural Study Open to Academics. Rice wiU have a number of entirety new courses next year. The new courses wiU be instituted in prepara- tion for the expected demand which will emanate from the large student body Rice will likely have. In addition to the classes in business administration, and in jurisprudence, as announced several weeks ago, there wil! be given new courses in English his- tory, the history of civilization, and in the history of architecture, according to an announcement from Dean Caldwell on Monday. The course in architectural history- win be wide open to academic students. Heretofore the history has been taught to the architectural students as a two- hour per w...

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

rage Two THE THRESHER. MARCH M. 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students at the Itice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ctass matter October 17, 1916. at the postoffice at Hous- ton. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Mates. Per Copy 10c Per Term SOc Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. HusinesH Office, Hoottt 104 Administra- tion Butldtng. J. H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Mobb Managing Editor NoiaMt'Carty Associate Editor Graham Tech Business Manager W. E. Beii Circuiation Manager AntntSitirttter Asst. Cir. Mgr. H.E. Davis Athietic Editor W. H. Mo!er Asst. Athietic Editor Staiiit<]MH'tets. J. E. .inngman i'aikman Johnson J.lt. l'eterson LeonBrontbcrg Ai.S.AieCotnuodalell. K. Mttddrey H. Bet-k^rs ):. H. iiMtth. Y. M. C. A. E. A. Cain. HxchanKW Matninc Atilts (iin;';' Lt-:tkc ['. [.'ontc Tiiiieiiitsch Cat)i<'!'ineKn')*n <;t<)\Vutt)tatn Hutty Suutii i.eataSmith S:tt:tlti.;ttt^ Maty...

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

THE THUi SHER, MARCH 30, 1919 i) <K.' PHge Three /IRSOCMnON PA/1MS TO 5PEED UP WORK * W!LL MEET HUMNG COMMENCEMENT WEEK The Rice Alumnt Association is pan- ning to speed up the work of the or- ganization now that peace has come. The next meeting of the association wiii be held during commencement week. The present Senior ciasa wiii auto- matical become members of the asso- ciation on their graduation. In the spring of 1916 the Senior ciass appointed a committee to arrange for the organization of ali the graduates of Rice Institute. Before that academic year was over, such an organization was perfected and became known as the Ai- umni Association of Rice Institute. Of- ficers were elected, E. F. Ka)b was cho- sen as president, and Miss N. Wapies as corresponding secretary. The graduates that foiiowed, as well as those who had gone before, auto- matical became members of the body, and a smaii sum was initiaiiy paid to defray minor expense. With the com- ing of war iittie was done b...

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

: 'rf, PuKe Four THE THRESHER. MARCH 30, MM H..t o! Great Footh.n M.. /V0L(S7*0N CHECHES 5^0^ GOOD Due Back at Rtct Next FaU (Continued front page 1.) tng two seasons with an army team in California, but it's not possible that he's much better than he was with Rice in 16—it can be done. "Bullet" Suiiivan is remembered of '17, and Kennedy of the same powerful team. There'll be quite some competition in the back Held. Don't forget that Bell has another year, and can you imagine him a sec- ond string man? Hardiy. You saw him piay some of the prettiest footbaii ever putted off on Jtice field iast fail, i and he'll beat that when he gets a whote (earn of otd heads. Tony's work is cut out tor him and he'ii deiiver the goods. Heath wiit stiit be on the job; some that you haven't heard much of, Shaw. Tatum. Bonner, W'ittttsborough. witt be famiiiar names in the backfieid after next fait. And in that iine—besides Jarvis and i Kane— you can't beat 'em —there's Alc- j-'artnmi. Matitewson, Dttg...

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

WHO RUNS MCE? JUNIOR ISSUE THE THRESHER JUNIORS Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 27,1919 Number 8 HOB PROM 10 BE MOMENTOUS OCCASXM FRIDAY, MAY S, SET AS DATE FOR GREATEST EVENT OF THE SEASON. Committees Appointed, Finance Pro- gram Adopted and Everything in Shape to Make a Success of the Affair. A Junior class meeting was called at noon Tuesday to decide on the Jun- ior Prom, to be given this year. It was throught by some that it wouid be a good plan to follow the precedent of last year and give an open dance, giv- ing aii students the privilege of at- tending, but after a short discussion this idea was ruled out and the class decided to follow the old custom and give the prom, in honor of the Senior class. The chief argument in favor of the later plan was that the school should have at least one exclusive af- fair during the season, and the prom, affords the only means for an occasion of this kind. To give a prom, that wiii do justice to the Junior class will require ...

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

j*age Two THE THMK8HER, MARCH 37, M19 JUNIOR ENGINEERS ENJOY TRIP TO B!C CEMENT PLANT After weathering bravely & gtrenuous and weary trip to the wilds of Harris- burg on one of the yellow sea-eoing derelicts provided for transportation, a good sized bunch of students, with a sprinkling of professors, stepped along banks of Buffalo Bayou. After a snappy walk with bone yards and fertilizer plants as speed impulses, the delegation walked into the grounds of the Texas Portland Cement Company. In other words, a number of Engineering stu- dents from all branches of Junior En- gineering, escorted by four or Ave pro- fessors of the department, took a trip on Monday afternoon to the plant of the Texas Cement Company. At the office the engineer In charge of tests gave the students some valuable information concerning the materials used and their general preparation and composition be- fore the process is begun. Then the explanation took the form of an iilus- trated lecture, the special ad...

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

THE THRESHER, MARCH 27, 1919 Page Three !t ta 3,496,ST! mliaa from Kokomo to Terra da! Fuego, and farther than that from a wasted income to a bank account, but W. 8. 8. wilt bridge the diatnnce. KODAM—Hn^htna and The oniy exclusive Kodak House in Houston. C077R%,Z,'.S, /0/7 7*^ Texas Photo Supply Co. The "Owl J. A. KHBLER. Proprietor OPPO.S/7E 71HE C4AfP^ Vour Roo^ ^ore PILLOT'S ^09 Mc/n N077CES THE PROAL Juniors make your dates for the Jun- ior Prom, the best dance of the season. Friday. May 2. is the date. Arrange to pay your eiass dues as soon as possibie. Ciass '30 FRENCH. Students of French 200 are eiigibie to membership in the French Club of Rice institute. AH who are interested piease see Caidweii McFaddin or Oiive Echei. Juniors MT. PAUL'S MICE CLUB. Members of the St. Paui Rice Ciub ate invited to the outdoor party to be given in Hermann Park tomorrow after- noon, Friday, March 28, from 4:30 ttii 8 p. m. Lunch wiii be served, so come directly from iab. AH others, who are de...

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

Page Four THE THRESHER, MARCH 3?, 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students at 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. Subscription Mates. Per Copy 10c l'er Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Building. Joe Shannon issue Editor Paul Hobb Managing Editor Maurine Miils Associate Editor Craham Peck Business Manager Ward Beit Circulation Manager Anna Shirmer Asst. Circ. Manager W. H. Molor Athietic Editor Issue Reporters. J. F. Jungtnan J. R. Peterson 1'arkman Johnson Leon Hromborg H. A. Cain W. H. Moore A. L. Thomas Ruby Souti) 1'rancis 1'oote Louise Foreman rstat'y Clarke Wier Titiie Hirsch i'aul King L. Latuar H. E. liebert a rebate of 6 and 10 per cent in addi- tion. Many give along with the rebate sums of money to support school un- dertakings to better co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 March 1919

THE THRESHER, MARCH a?, tP19 Paye Five 5P/R/7* REP/M^L BR/NG5 ATE W PEP " 70 * A oort of "renaissance" or revival of class spirit seems to have taken hoid of Rice Institute of iate. A11 the classes have been holding meetings, electing of- Hcers, painting and "un-painting" signs, throwing lemons and livening up things in general. The whole school seems to have at last come out of the daze which has almost wiped out our school spirit, and the upper classmen begin to recaii their happy days before the military monarch regulated our living. The Seniors have at last shown that they intend to puil oft a commencement in Hne styie. Committees are busy on the Anal ball, on the Campanile, and prospects are good for a live commence- ment in June. Senior canes and "mus- taches ? ?" are scheduled to appear shortly and it is rumored that Senior women will have a cap and gown day The class of '20 are bending every effort to stage a Junior promenade in the near future, which will be a Htting "opene...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 March 1919

rage Six THE THRESHER, MARCH a?, tM9 L/rER^RV 0RC^MZ4770N ENWROt/DED /AT < Who among the Rice men. both en- gineer and academ.. are interested in a new society whose purpose will be to broaden their views on the current events and to discuss the problems that confront the people of America and Texas from time to time? Several of those interested in the promotion of everything for the good of Rice and the betterment of Rice activities have banded themselves together to perfect suchaciub. in the past itice has had the "Owi Literary Society" and the "Riceonian Literary Society." Moth of these liter- ary societies were for purposes of de- bate and oration alone. In this iight many of both aeadems. and engineers did not see the advantages of becoming an active member of either society. De- cause neither had anything tangibie to offer to these men, both died at the be- ginning of the war. The new ciub hopes they wiii not be revived. The proposed ciub, for it wiil he a t inl), not a iit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 April 1919

THE JUNIORS DIDN'T RUN THIS Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 3,1919 Number 9 THAT A)M AND N8T)TUT)0N HELO. § BE FOLLO pus is to Be tructtonof e Entirety on e Institute. Four d by the signs y the mechanics ver is. that it is twhen is our next is question is on e is no definite give us no in o final plans have the aim of the tt, "is to fill every o the letter and hat migiit impair re when our ne t and what t stion. Hon titutetode probabiythe beacompi eeringgr iningpar Outs bricks labor oniy build! everysj answ form been instit contr to m that buiidi witl it is the s cons lould si STUDENTS ABOUT ree Students an^ information oMi S. G, McCan^ Hereafter the studet^j; SOMETHINa fO SAY #AtD OF Pacuity Member are to Give e Activities in Qenerat— a#Faculty Comitteeman. ^aidicity Comtniitee had been in e.sisi tiling to say about whet ia said of them ence at th.- time it would have mMi' a if plans for the publicity committee ajre report of t!,< iiMiient, after thorough in perfe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 April 1919

page Two THE THRESHER, APML a, 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly periodical puMiahed by the students At the Htce Institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the pestoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act ot March 3,1879. Mutmcrtpth'u Hates. Per Copy 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Hoom 104 Administra- tion Building. J. H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Uobb Managing Editor Noia McCarty Associate Editor W. E. Beii Circulation Manager AnnaShirmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. Graham Peck Business Manager W. H. Moler Athletic Editor Staff Hs-pot tcrs. J. F. Jungntan Parkman Johnson J. R. Peterson Leon Bromberg M. S. McCorquodale R. K. Maddrey C. It. Beckers It. H. Heath, Y. M. C. A. H. A. Cain, Exchanges Maurine Mills Grace Leake F. Foote TillieHirsch Catherine Kuehn CadWortham ItubySouth LeataSmitli Sarah Lane Mary Clarke Weir Aiarie Louise Hogg, E.'^. L. S. LouiseForeman, Y. W. C. A. Alma Xe...

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