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

as THE THRESHER, APRIL 3, 19i9 Page Three You sing a song or two, And you have a little chat, You make a UtMe candy fudge, And then you get your hat. You ho!d her hand and say goodnight As sweetly as you can. Ain't that a hel! of an evening For a great big heaithy man? Shorty—"1 wish to ask a question about a tragedy. " Dr. Crawford—"Yes? " Shorty—"What is my grade this term?" Nepos—"Are you superstitious?" Hardin—"Not a bit." Nepos—"Then lend me thirteen dol- lars." Mr. Edwards—"Has anybody any ques- tions about the lesson?" Hailey—"Where does it begin?" Piggy—"Why do you leave your hat at home these days?" McFaddin—"Oh. when 1 bought it the cierk said 1 couldn't wear it out!" Hefore Exams.—Oh Lord of Hosts! be with us yet. Lest we forget! Lest we forget! After Exams.—The Lord of Hosts was with us not, for 1 forgot, for I forgot. Personal—If the person that found my Economics will kindly lose it in the same place the incident will be closed.— H. A. F. Bobb—"It in said that more tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 April 1919

Puge Four THE THRESHER, APRIL 3. 1919 } THE CLASS!EST j SPR!N6 SUITS } FOR THE j GLASStEST ! YOUNG MEN NOLE5 /N P/ROPNENC OF COMFORT < i We are Showing in our ! SPR!M8 SU!TS THE CLASSY SUtTS ? t'RtCES PKOM i $20.00 TO $60.00 ! ! Proni the present prospect the hakittK sun wit] no tonne)' heat down upon the burren prairie surrounding the tustitute hulhiings causing the scholars to )'<?ar attacks of sun-stroke in passing to and front hatts and street cars to their class rooms for Tony and his industrious crew have produced some promising looking tioies from which, in severat years, nobie trees wit) spread their welcome branches. Shade! Oh haven of retief. Xo ionger the wiid eyed, gasping, tagging creature headed toward his destination having ap- parently given up ait hope of reaching it as anything but a pitifui grease spot hut then beneath rows of leafy trees, with collar stilt unwiilcd or dress itu- ' maculate, as the case may be. at) sign of misery gone from the once desperate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1919

WHY NOT FRESHMAN ISSUE THE THRESHER INTERCLASS BASEBALL? Yo!u)ne 4 K!(!!] !^ST!TUT!:, !!OUST()\, TEXAS, AtMUL 10,1919 \tmiiwrl0 /o jF?7/ Gaps A%a& tSer^/ce; Co^e/cJ "jR" Da/e The npeninK of the 11118-19 session ;.dayed f«otbn!l before, but he w<iut into it. Hicn found many of the schools best the name with such tl'-tormlttation athletes itt the service of the govern- ment. Tltere were just, a few left, atid this number was not: snfficienttv large to furnish men for alt of theteanss. it was then that t^e chnss of '32 came )n wiihahtrgenutuberoftuetiwhohad inatleteaiusinhighscbool, andit. was tront these tuen that a large percetttage bright: prospects for future footbatl (if the teams was picked. nut of the thirteen football tetters awarded to the 1918 players, six were to Freshmen who made the team. Two McLean. after the season was over he was picked as ;m "All-State" guard. The scrub team also showed n Intce percentage of Fi-eshmett. Those Fresh met) wiio were on this team we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1919

f'am'Tm* THH TH!HHS!U:H, 10, 1919 HCXM tS KKJOYKD BY MKK()KA!!S()(1! TY J'iieMeiioralySocitdyteleiit'KtedAitrii! )'.ioi's irayWallia ph'tt!."!HS;i!t.lacitt- toUatiitey.i'rftniils. : i Thtir)4t;t<)'atiti;i Wfi: itt ia-eprtm, wilit i! ilyetlpt'.-iiatetftof ^naytotatiaii! ii tiirirty !,'!i April t'"'aji's iyiy,w()r<:'}) waa in J$:J<yWhe'iY::)lii,eat'ti!der,]t; :t i ,.a'b !,h-' p!'r:ir,ttnd{.tis)eii,(}i.f.at:te.i'!!ij'nyj,'tecti.!i'e}tt. wtatiaatytcit.KAinitt'ai!!, Since Uieb'fite ,.)!;'.':':':'SH<!f ttre it!.aiift).'a! !t;)Ve do* , r.a'i. t'eeadpa'^o; the 'dedor'alt itt!!- u a, lj^.:!^;]^Ue:n-^;'^^!tds^ti^!n:'!tire- ! ..,.. iairye tau's. i.pbt) ifrriviwn a - .liiqjiilttoatis.ttittiidiWtrsysta'yed.hy .u< tafttfci't'OAvd.. Tt)eal.'''t',ttoon -yaan, !!i da!it'iat}{, $W'tna-.;na, kodat}-.- .'r aia) <\pio;in;;, t.!oyhititot'it':bayt!e" PeHt. .- '.' itiowttttts ,occurred tiOtiitt)^ iyiift ;.'a..oa:. aH't.'tiewe;!.ia:je;';yW;ss. beatnia tatl.tiiet.-rriWtFiicejy, titey pyosft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1919

H!H T!!HMK!!Ht:, 10, 1!H9 Page Duct* ADDITION IS BEING BUILT TO THE OWL Attnouncemeut has been made that til.- Owl wtuiiti greatly ittcrettse its fa- cilities it) the inmiediate future, and cottstructio!) of improvetttetifs has al- ready heett started. Mr. Kibler. propri- etor, states that a porchwiiibtt built arouttd the front :md sides of the Owl so tltat it will serve as tm open air ice cretimi'arior. Fans willadtltothe comfort of tlx; place in titesutnmertlays to cottie attt) better sttrvice will Ite given patrons. Frovisittnwillalso Itetmule tor the. accoimnoitationol inttonmbile parties which may sto]). l.ateroiia soda; fountain wi!t be addett to the t)\vt i<[iii)))nent. Whet) the Wot'M turns. t sit in anguish on a chair, or )'<di a bone around ttty tair. t weep and shut lei tor! see tt'at tilings are not what I ttumght they'd be. Wbettayearago tdreatnedofttice, andbuiHaircas- tt'-sonthinit-e. Of all the wonder tun) tin- I'atite I'd win in a fortnight for that t.atne. !t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1919

Tom- THE THKKSHEH, APRtL 10, t91!) THE THRESHER .1 tn'tkiy pertotiitalfnthltslt'tti by the Houston, Texa.-'. li'tl)i:i't.fiii:!:.t!r.<!)t!-.efa.:stt);'t'tt.i'rt')<:iol'er !7. i'ttt't. atri). p<tMtoft'i;'<-nt.Hott,s- I'!)), iMt- Art o!'M;tr<'!i ' '':'r - ' I'{'i}py . ....the J'lf ,- tor in it) 'i--iMiii)l}.t.ty)nt't!tl^tt';lt!it )'<-<!. \'!)i!int.--tr-.t- :,!'!) f!'.!ii'itt!M. ;' is,!-.:,,, ... ..Mii,fp.t^ttt^!'iiiitytt' . .. :..*u!sor}at.(! 'i';dttiOi' II. . ....C.trt:n):tti<)lf&fan:;M;er \! er. . . . ftt}f'!nt'.-t.-i Al;ii:t'aK#i' A!i:teti):Cifj!<t!' .!, ! .ftipgntati )';n'^hnt.n,<i!'ii!t"s(ni .' t.. )'.'te)":it']t fLfhtt Hronsitery ^is'\.':'.'<*'!'.'t'''it!!!i!^ !'i !' ^.ft. !ii';*'h. V. M. t, S. !' : ! ' - - ;ie- : i:i'\'.'ii;'!i.;i' 'M.t.. ' it }...<!: y. :i,. 'i.tjt.ei' f-:..i^'!..Si . j.'.'M,,r.:'];. Y \V, <:. .'... -.'V..,, r;. ;-!t, -it-'HWAh M'.J. ; . ' .:i,..-)..]i])Al.!')^\lesft):dt-r t . M'-.- ^a'l-Hit ft..d.r.R' ihuiliwy ' ' . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1919

THH T!Hn *um{, 10. 19IM popct^R/rv OF /7V77.VG CL/Afyix Crtwn! a rent! Oreen! Past un eye ;;b'mtyou:t]!ttseewhi)titnimport;tii< t<;t)-t!hHtfo!or{)!ityHinthe Mt-hetneof things! tirass tBvpr;' often gr'-t.'n: in raft, yott hardtyevt'r see ttrass Hut) tst!'l preen, it iK sotH'-othw cc)<u-. A!idititikatt!tet!uportat]ceol'Kt';i.s-t'. Why, thttf's all the htt)a-t?i!'!.s wear in Hawaii, it's thosathe wiiy witlt leaves- timiwtiotis and rotitiiiess other titintL's that Mtitnre. prodttces. I.ttokover lb" latmntsmMnetitttejit'sm'f'i-Hl'roinmit- pmltftanotlter. Own. hodKes, Mt-oen mass, green, trees .stupendous, isn't it'.' Thoti iook ttrotmd elsewhere; east year eyeupoiitheemei'Mld (ofcpttrse, ytm wtttt'f net many ttpportuuities to oast ymtr eye tttiitneitterald, but it's fill tiHlittotellyoutotlot!). Xotonty tiieptttei'ald, hut tite Hnterabi isle. We !"];:< twln-ther tltelste was ttathed after thoenioraltlortlteemeraldttl'ter the h lo, itut anyhow, it. itappeued because it was gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 April 1919

Mag*'Six THE TMHHSHHK. A! H!L 10, 1919 /n$cn'p?K)n AfaJe on Cornergfone Expresses y4tms nnJ /Jeo/s of/Ae founder Concernmg fAe ^c/ences ^ ! \M!J ! 1 ! AT Howrt t« Stern Reality. ^ ! An\!\ A Rv t L nvro A* . On!y a Fish! Her work <o do ENGINEER MEETING ^ Y""''-' She sttll loves playthings and for joys She's happy flirting wit!' the boys. Fresltnt.n Oo \otSh«%s Utterest la So. [j^, ,^..n^. )„,,. )^,^})y, ;,its her lightly. i-iety as Ht]tf(-t*'t)—Series of Speet-hes to Itilhtw. troves to see her try to work ; Seeing what duties site can shirk. A) the tneeting bf the Mutineers' So- Oe! Site's .a .Soph! Tin- t!t.-!<*'-'<-!) tis-'tlptton on the eor- otlters that will evcnt.nally be added Thursday itinht, Sir. Clark of Though the dattee be grand r '-i'-.ii.e tif the f'by'Htcs buHdlntt iuts this urntip. ts to be laid is nor LiBhtCarttvany. gave a v^ry . And a hundred boys at her command,; intet'csting and instructive address ttpoti Site doesn't care, iter heart is sick "'lite Comme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 April 1919

MIDTERMS ARE HERE THE THRESHER ELECTIONS NEED PEP Volume 4 RICH !XSTtTUTH. HOUSTON, TEXAS, APR!!, 17, 1919 XumhcrU SMTS' EXACTS LAWS Of GREAT MPOHTAMCE HALL COMMITTEE AM) EiXAXlIA! MAXAGEMHXT OF THHESHEtt A\D UAA!!'AN!LE AAIOX(< ISSUES SETTLE!). MEMBERS OF ASSONATMN OEFtWEB I'roiits from Student I'ublications to Be Divided—-Ope-third of Each (<) Iit-vert to the As- sociation. The perpetuation of the Hal) Commit- tee, the interpretation of the words "bona fide member" in the Constitu- tion, the arrangement for the financial management of The Thresher and The Campaniie for this year, and the ap- pointment of a committee to arrange for a permanent men's literary society were the issues that came up before the Stu- dents' Council, Saturday. Aprii 12, 1!)19. Some members seem to be very interested in the work of the Council, white other members seem to to very delinquent about attending the meetings, even when called several! days ahead of time so that they can arrange to be presen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 April 1919

Page Two THE THKBSHEB, APR!L 1?, MM 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 pestoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Hates. Per Copy 10c Per Term 5 #c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Huiiding. .1. R. Shannon Editor-in-Chief i'. F. Bohit Managing Editor Kola McCarty Associate Editor that aii college athietics was under a handicap this year, the army and navy taking a great number of the beat. In this try-out, as in the intra-murai work, every institute boy is eiigible, so there is every chance for the men on proba- tion or who haven't a great deal of time for athietics to show up and do their part. \Y. Anna Shinnet' CLASS THRESHERS. The ciass Threshers have vome and gone. To adjudge the merits and short- comings of each of the four issues is subject f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 April 1919

THE THRESHER, APRIL 17, 1919 Page Three RHODES SCWZ^RSWM^^,4G/M/V ,4NK/lZL/tBLE + (Editor's Note:—The following is ex- tracted trom the editorial coiumn of the Houston Post of a recent date. Whte it has been impossible to secure any more definite and complete data concerning these scholarships at this time, the fact that Rice men are eiigibie should mahe the announcement of more than trivial importance. The Thresher would like to see at least one of the Texas representatives a Rice man): "Students of American colleges are especially interested in the resumption of regular classical work in Oxford Uni- versity, England, because of the an- nouncement that the Rhodes scholar- ships will be offered again this year. Oxford, the ancient seat of learning of England, has been an army training camp during the war, but it is now back on a pre-war basis. Competitive exam- inations in every State in this country witl be heid this fall, and two men from Texas wiil be appointed. "The will of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 April 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER, APRIL 1?, t919 Toast to Juniors at Picnic. The world 4a AUed with Sowers, The dowers are Hlied with dew; The dew is ailed with love. And you and you and you. Here's to the friends we class as o!d, And here's to those who are new; May the new grow to us old, And the old ne'er grow to us new. Let's be gay. right whUe we may, And seize all love with laughter; And we'll be true as long as you. And not a moment after. Freshman Sung. We're Fish. We are a gang out here, and mighty green, Dut we're Fish. We're as racy as a Hying machine, But we're Fish. Those cotlege boys they try to vamp us As we are watking o'er the campus. We are so mighty, a tittle flighty. And that's not aH, stiti, We are Fish. Each Freshman lass improves her ciass, cause We're Fish. Ami on those dear oid Profs, she makes an awful mash, cause We're Fish. And when examinations come, Why, we'U just put them on the bum. And what wiii poor oid Rice Do wh'en we are thru, cause We are Fish. — f To the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 April 1919

THE THRESHER Volume 4 BICE lNSTtTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APK!L 34, 1919 Number 12 COMMITTEE WORKtNO HARD TO COMPLETE PLAKS. Several Propositions OHered—Buildtng Opposite Campus Must Likely to Be Accepted. That Rice will have it co-op store es- tablished and in working order before next faii is practically an assured cer- tainty, according to Tom Rather, who is chairman of the committee which has been handiing the matter of a co-op store. The committee was recently ap- pointed by the president of the associa- tion, who was empowered to do so by the Students' Counci). J. Frank Jung- man and James L. Autry are the other members of the committee. The question has been discussed with President Lovett, and with various downtown business men; and the mat- ter has been fairly welt threshed out. The committee has in mind a rather ambitious scheme. It is proposed that the Students' Association erect a build- ing on the piot of ground just opposite the dormitory gate, on Main Bouievard. This buit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 April 1919

i*age Two THE THRESHER. APRIL 94, M19 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 Hates. Per Copy 10c Per Term .....50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Uusineas Office, noon) 104 tton Building. Administra- J.H. Shannon.. I'. F. Uobb KolnMcCiU'ty.. W. H. Hell AnnnShirnter.. K.A.Cain.... \Y. it. Moior... ....Editor-in-Chief ..Managing Editor . . .Associate Editor ..Circuiation Manager ...... ..Asst. Cir. Mgr. There have been no nominations so far for "yell leader." This is one of the bona Hde offices of the Student As- sociation and should be ailed at the regular elections. The Council has power over such eases. If only to es- tablish a well recognized college custom, this matter should not be overlooked. .Business Manager ....Athletic Editor StaHM'P'it'tcrs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 April 1919

THE THRESHER, APRIL M, ttm) Page Three Announcement FACTS ABOUT ! HHT. More thoroughly representative of the student body than any of the other can- didates for president of the Students' Association, Juitan E. Fruit is aiso most capabie of efficiently publicly represent- ing the students of Rice Institute. En- thusiasticaiiy progressive, he is neither radical nor conservative. When after due consideration he offered an opinion on the Students' Councti his ideas were heard with pleasure and beneat, "Fruit's viewpoint is vaiuabie" to the Council and consequently to the whole associa- tion. He served more than well in that capacity and in it alone proved his com- petency for the presidency of the asso- ciation. At ease before an assembly, Fruit can "get things across." The students would be proud of him as a presiding officer, as a representative before fac- ulty, trustees, other schools, or as a characteristic and representative fellow student. His experience as president of Y. M. C....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 April 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER. APRIL M, t919 BEZA4ZRE H0L/3EP^lRrV EAyOMED §3K GKRtS ' O-o! Just smell the country! And Bubble has this every day," echoed sev- eral Junior girls who were participants In a house party given last week-end by Miss Grace Hubbell. Nine jolly girls and Mrs. Hubbell composed the "gang" which had such a "rlppin' " good time. While the savory dinner was being put on the table, such remarks might be heard, "Lucille, you've philosophied out of that book on love sufficiently"; "Frances, can't you stop eating straw- berries and playing chop sticks' for a white," Dinner! 'Twas ail that fancy could paint. Home grown strawberries! Yum, yum! Liilian went to sleep and dropped and broke her teacup. Ruskin came iate and got two dishes of straw- berries. Thelitttepig. A person peeping around the corner an hour later wouid have seen a tong- hairetl musician, dressed in men's ctothes, who answered to the name of Fritz, a taii, curty-haired marine named Hthctbert and a society du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1919

MMTF8MET TO VOTE SATURDAY Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 1, 1919 Number 13 MM MM SBtmSUKMEQtl UNIVEBMTY CLUB SCENE OF EM- JOYABLE AFFAIB. Miss Katherine Hurt Acts as Toastmas. ter—Headings and Music Fea- tures of Entertainment. Saturday afternoon at the University Ciub the Sophomore giris entertained the Senior giris with a four-course luncheon. Covers were placed for forty- eight guests, each piace being marked by the typical Rice Owl. Baskets of purple verbenas gave pleasing touches of color to the T-shaped tables. Between courses the toast mistress, Miss Katherine Hurt, presided, with her usual composure and charm. Miss Freyer gave several pianologues and readings. Miss Nowell piayed Poldinis' "Murmur- ing Brook" and MacDowell's "The Eagle." Mtss Hurt preceded the last number with an interpretative reading of Tennyson's "Eagie." Toasts were given collectively and individually to the Seniors by Misses Kuentsler, Camp- bell, Knickerbocker, Atkinson and Hogg. Most of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1919

rage Two THE THRESHER, MAY MM THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students at the Rice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ciass matter October 17, 1916. at the postoffiee at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Hates. Per Copy 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided tor in Student Association membership fee. Business Office. Room 104 Administra- tion Buiidfng. J. It. Shannon Editor-in-Chief 1'. F. Hobb Managing Editor Noia McCurty Associate Editor W. E. Beii Circuiation Manager Anna Shirmer t . . .Asst. Cir. Mgr. E. A. Cain Business Manager W. H. Moler Athietic Editor Stair Reporters. J. F. Jungnum Lenta Smith .!. H. Peterson Cad Worthain Pat kntan Johnson Mary Ciarke Weir Leon Hromherg Catherine Kuehn M. 8. McCorquodaie Grace Leake Maurine Miiis Francis Foote Huhy South TiitieHirsch Sarah Lane C. H. Beckers H. K. Maddrey. Y. M. C. A. ^];uie Louise iiogg, E. B. L. S. [.ouise Foreman. Y. W. C. A. Almn Neuiit-. Uirls' Tennis ...

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

THE THRESHER, MAY 1, t91$ Page Three i,'!' Rice's <Sen):ce JRecortf VH. !)r. Axson. Dr. Stockton Axson, professor of English Literature in Rice Institute, is perhaps better known in the United States than any other of our Rice pro- fessors. Dr. Axs&n came to Rice from Princeton University in 1913. He had heid the position as professor in Eng- lish there for many years. He hoids the following degrees: B. A. from Wesieyan University. M. A. from Wesieyan University. Litt. D. from University of Pittsburg. L. H. D. from Wesieyan University. These last two degrees are honorary. He is aiso a'member of the National Institute oi Sociai Sciences. Dr. Axson is a brother-in-law of President Wiison and is a devoted pa- triot of the United States. When the United States deciared war on Germany Dr. Axson wiiiingiy offered his services, which were gratefully received. He was made Nationai Secretary of the Ameri- can Red Cross, and was given ieave of absence from the Rice Institute. The salar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1919

a Fane Four THE THRESHER. MAY 1. t9M PERSOM4LS Miss Mary Lue Brown, formerly a student of Rice Institute, now teaching in Livingston, spent the week-end with friends in Houston. Miss LaHin Foote of Bay City, is visit- ing in Houston. She is planning on coming back to Rice next year and tak- ing a pre-medicai course. She is a Sophomore. A tetter received from Miss Eiaine Stockweii, a last year's graduate, states that she iikes teaching very much and intends doing it next year. Thomas Owen Heywood writes from Germany that he hopes to come home in the summer, and is planning on return- ing to Rice next year. He is hoping that he will be able to get his B. S. C. at that time. Miss Noia McCarty was unable to make a report in English Friday be- muse she went to College Station. She returned Sunday. Misses Esteite Streetman. Annie Ma- rie Leland, Kathryn Graves, Thelma Norton and Marguerite Harrei) attend- ed the annual spring dance of the Ross Volunteers, Texas A. & M., at Coilege Sta...

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