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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1919

MM MMM THt Htw 1*1* . !*Z0 Volume 4 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 8, 1919 Number 14 FAMOUS OUTFiELDER WtLL ARRtVE AT R!CE NEXT SEPTEMBER AH-Rourtd Athtete Witt Coach Basket-Bat) and Baseba^ And Assist Arbuckte. in Footba!!. That Leslie Mann, famous left fielder for the Chicago Cubs, wili be on the coaching staff at Rice next year is a set- tied fact. This important "scoop" ha^ been rumored for some time, bu^ Coach Arbuckle announced officially Saturday that contracts have been signed, and Mann will arrive in Houston early in September, in time for the first work- outs on the grid. He will be assistant coach of football under Arbuckle and will also be coach of basketball and baseball. Leslie Mann is no new name to Rice or Houston sport-fans, for as physical director at Camp Logan during the past two winters he has become locally popuj lar. He is at present with the Chicago Cubs, and being one of the very best baseball players in the major league, has a nation-wide reputation. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1919

THE THRESHER A weeMy periodica! published by the student* at the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as seeond-ciass matter October 17, 1916, st the pestoKice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1S79. Subscription Hates. Per Copy 10c Per Term 60c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Buiiding. J. H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Bobb Managing Editor Noia McCarty Associate Editor W. E. Beii Circuiation Manager Anna Shirtner Asst. Cir. Mgr. E. A. Cain Business Manager \V. H. Moier Athietic Editor Stait Reporters. J. F. Jangman Leata Smith J. it. Peterson Cad Wortham Pat'kinan Johnson MaryCiarkeWeir Leon Urotnberg Catherine Kuehn Ai. S. McCorquodaie Grace Leake Ataurine Mitts Francis Foote Ruby Soulis TiiiieHirscit Sarah Lane C. H. Beckers It. K. Maddrey, Y. M. C. A. Marie Louise Hogg. E. B. L. S. i^ouise Foreman, Y. W. C. A. AtmaKemir.Giris' Tenuis Hva Cooperntan, Menorah THE THMKSHEB, MAY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1919

3.. <3 THE THWBMZEB. MAT $ 191* J—K-21252 A FLAM TOOMEt# G^ Mt^^he industry with * go!&n future. The possibmtiM Are un- limited for * man who wiM gnup this opportwtity WOW. We offer the lowest p&ed Md best flying course in America today. We have the best of Planes and expert ex-Army instructors. SMtah EaroiMa# Mow VM1 Be#in <My la* Only a very limited number of students will be taken, so if you are interested communicate with us at once. CALEF & DYCER R. F. D. No. 1, Park Place, Texas FORMER 5. A 71 C. MEN EAT/7LED 70 M7CTOR K B^vrroN * MAY APPLY TO HOUSTON OFFfCE AH officers and enlisted men and Held clerks of the United States army and members of the army nurse corps who Berved honorably on active duty be- tween April 6, 1917. and November 11. 1918, will receive lapel buttons to be known as the Victory button, for wear on civilian clothes. The buttons will be issued by the Houston army recruiting station, 204 Btnz Building, to all honorably dis- charged soldiers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 May 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER, MAY *, t$M Waist Seam Coats tor Young Men )t is our idea to give you what you want in clothes GrePtx&Bt'idoes 312 MAIN ST. Dr. Edgar Altenburg of the Biology Department was Been at the Baptist re- vivai meeting last Wednesday night— white suit and RED necktie! Latest information from Drs. White and Edwards, however, asserts that his condition is much improved and that he will more than likely recover. The Best Dressed Men and Young Men Wear (..lothes made by the famous House of Kuppenheimer They choose Kuppenheimer Clothes: because they knew from past experience that Kuppetiheinier Clothes offer cor- rect styie and exacnu. ^ of fit, and back of that, to make them last, is quality, fabric and fine tai!oring. THE LENOX Is one of the most popular modets of the season. It is unipte of design yet expresses smartness and tastefuhiess; an ideal model for the young man who de- sires a semi-conservative Suit priced at $25, $30, #35 and up -.M77^cr/0N MU.S7* CE yOU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1919

THE THRESHER TO THE Y.W.C.A.PLAY Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 15, 1919 Number 15 /un!'or--Sen!'or Co-ecfjRar%/an Qp- poWun^y /or Upperc/assnien /o /ay (/ncon!)enMona/ Dignf/t/ We are doin' to div' a party To you sweet young Senior girls, And we ask that you come costumed Wif your waving locks in. curia. Baby dresses, short and Huffy, Wif you in them, please, we pray, Four to six will be the hours. Won't you come, on next Friday? Thus ran the invitations sent to the Senior girls last week. And such n party as they had! The people on the Beliaire car were surprised, and some of them shocked, to see tall girls with curls, bows, ruffles, etc., calmly get on the car, and giggling profusely, take seats as soon as possible. The Institute boys who were fortunate enough to be on the car, rubbed their eyes, looked, rubbed again, and then, all politeness aside, stared! And the giris giggled some more. At the Institute barn, a curly-haired iassie, with an enormous, mysterious lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1919

rage Two T^TTT? nrTJi? i?cUT?n JL jLn3tt^ JtTLJWLjCTLj!!^)<. A weekly periodical published by the students at the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ctasa matter October 17. 1916, at the postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates. Per Copy.......... 10c Per Term 50c Student subscriptions provided for in Student Association membership fee. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Bnttding. J. H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Bobb. Managing Editor Nota McCarty Associate Editor W. E. Bei! Circulation Manager AnnaShirmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. E.A.Cain Business Manager \V. ii. Moter Athletic Editor StaH Reporters. J. F. jHHgtuan ijCiita Smith J. it. Peterson Cad Worth am i^atiunan .Johnson Mary Ctarhe Weir Leon iit'ombern Catherine Kuehn M. S. ^tcCor<modale Crace Leake Mattrine MiUs Francis Fcote Hutiy South TiitieHirsch Sara it i.ane C. H. Beckers *i;. K. Mathlrey, Y.M.C. A. ^iarie Louise Hogg, E. B. L. 8. LottiseForcma:!. Y. C....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1919

tf " ! ^ THE THRE3HEB, MAY 15, ^9t9 Page Three CLUB NEWS IS REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA TO TEACH THE WORLD? (Continued from Page 1) favor of Constanttne as a constitutional monarch. Many of the Midlers joined in the revolt, but their strength was. in- deed, no match with those of Nicholas. The uprising was put down, but the revolutionary ferment steadily in- creased. The "Decabrtsti's" motives were still alive. It was immediately after the Paris Commune, that is to say towards the end of the year 1871, that the Society of the "Dolgriscinzl" ivas formed at Moscow, and in 1S72 the important "Ciailtovzi" Society was organized in St. Petersburg, it had its ramifications at Moscow, Kied, Odessa, Orel and Tagan- rog. The object of both was to carry oti the Socialist and Revolutionary movement among the workmen and peasants. But a most powerful current which came from abroad very soon united with this native current. It was that of the "Internationale," which, as is well known, had its own greate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 May 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER, MAY 16, t910 Waist Seam Coats !or Young Men !t is our i&a to give you what you want it! clothes GrecryP/Bridops 3i2MA!NST. ^OUNG MEN WHO LIKE STY1.E WEARS "Kuppenheitner" Th^< ctorhM front this famous hni^f ;trp of ttnrmestioned depend- ability iiHit nicety of fit. stytes, in- <)ividuality, smart [tatterns and nr'wfotor tones: quality in and out surpassed by no other. Tiie House of Kuppenheimer Ar.^ centered on giving the best tudeciothesatreat value prices—- $25, $30, $35 and up \()TiYSH<)\Vt\<; sTHWvmrs i'!n- Season's Snappiest Styles stiKSHHtTS tii ;i)t'['<)inii;'.) \\t'av< san<] ( "tors .S..tV7.S'F..jC'f/0.\' YOLW Sec "Her Husband's Wife" At South End Junior High School Auditorium TUESDAY MAY 20, 1919 AH Star Cast Tickets Now On Sale In The Cloisters PRICE 50 CENTS The Rice play for Rice people- Husband's Wife"—May 20th. Her [S REVOLUTIONARY RL'SStA TO TEACH THE WORLD? 509 Main Street 0pp. Rice Hotet i Henrich's Pharmacy ^ Phone H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1919

SUM AHt GOOD AHZ HKAH Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, 3IAY 32, 19^9 Number 1$ Y.W.C.A. PLAY AT SOUTHEND JUN!OR F!LLS LARGE AUD!ENCE W!TH ENTHUSiASTtC DELtGHT A!t-R!ce Comedy is Perfect Scream—Misses, Lovett, Hurtburt and Messrs. Rather, Thomas and Simons Show Exceptions) Amateur Abitity. "Her Husband's Wife," the three-act comedy given by the Institute Y. W. C. A., May 20th, stands out distinctly as a dramatic success in the coiiege year. The crowded house was aiert to every turn of the play. There was the persona! in- terest in that students made up the cast, and, a part from that, a larger appreci- ation of a performance that lacked the usual amateur roughness. The fitness of each character for his roie brought out the high spirit of the piay. The crux of the situation rested on the decision of Irene Randolf, pre- determined to death, to name a gtrl suitable to become her husband's second wife. Adelaide Lovett portrayed the real Irene from the characteristic "I don't know...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1919

**age Two THE THRESHER A weekly periodical published by the stadenta At the Rice Institute At Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 191$, at the peatoffice 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. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Building. J. H. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Bobb Managing Editor Noia McCarty Associate Edltor \V. E. Bell Circuiation Manager Anna Shirmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. E. A. Cain Business Manager W. H. Moler Athletic Editor StafT Hcporters. J. F. Jungman LeataSmith J.H.Peterson CadWortham I'arkman Johnson MaryClarkeWeir Leon Brotuberg Catherine Kuehn M. S. McCorquodaie Grace Leake Maurine Mills FrancisFoote ItubySouth TillieHirsch Sara it Lane C. H. Beckers R. K. Maddrey, Y. M. C. A. Aiarie Louise Hogg, E. B. L. S. Louise Forentan, Y. W. C. A. AlntaXemir.Giris' Tennis HvaCoo]<er<nan, Menorah THE THMK8H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1919

THE THRESHER, MAT 83, 1919 Page Three 'POADERHVGS' OR WE R4MWG3 OF ,4 .SOPH + A day at Rtee, as Samuel Pepya would record it: Up at early morn and into my clothes, still sleepy and dazed from the bull-pens of the night before. To break- fast, where they did set before us, vi- ands such as the Kings of tM Medes and Persians dreamed not of. A bun, a bit of salt pork and a beaker of cof- fee did satisfy my hunger and then to prepare for an 8:30. To a math class, and I being iii-pre- pared, the instructor did berate me. and his words should have made me deeply penitent, but somehow I cared not. Thence to the cloister, and I having a vacant period did chat with those who do frequent the promenade. There are thoge who come there daily and some of the fair ladles seem to take peculiar delight in testing their charms upon the foolish Freshmen, the hard-boiled Sophs and egotistical upper classmen. But of such Is life, they do say. Then to English, where I did hear my theme read. the. one upo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 May 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER, MAY M, t919 The new wai*t seam mode!*, <n weU a* conservative sty!es. are to be found in this showing of sunmer Suit*. Pa!m Beach Suit: $!2.50 and Up Coo! Cloth Suits $!2.30 and Up Seersucker Suits $!2.50 Mohair Suits $20.00 and Up Tropica! Worsteds $20.00 and Up '-5^r/^Cr/ON Aft/grBE KOt/RS" 509 Main Street 0pp. Rice Hote! Need More Be Said Than "it Came From Sweeney')?" Little Dainties for That Summertime Trip Summer, with it: little week-end trips to the shore, its longer vacations, always calls for week-end cases, 6tted traveling bags or individual toilet articles and sets. At present we carry a very attractive line of these toilet articles in French ivory, as well as the handsome sets 6nished in sterling silver. Discriminating people usually come to Sweeney's for ware of this kind, for they know that what they see here is most dependable, as our over 40 years of service will testify to. J. J. Sweeney Jewelry Co. ESTABUSHED t875 419 Main Street, comer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 May 1919

<7A UMAL n. nrtni/ JL !S$UE WSwi Volume 4 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 29, 1919 Number 17 mc [mom STUDEKT COUKCIL PROV!DE8 SO. HETY FOR MEN STUDENTS. "Congressional Club" Name Given- Council Cotnmtttte Working Out Pnique Details. By a recent act of the Students' Coun- cil a club, which probabiy differs from any in Texas, is to be organized at Rice. It is to be cailed The Congressional Ciub of Rice Institute, and wilt fotiow as nearly as possible the organization of the lower house of Congress. The main motive of this ciub is to bring about interest in debating and public speak- ing, which is an important part in one's education. For the past two years no such organization has been in existence at Rice, and it is to be regretted by the whole student body that Rice can not boast of even one men's literary club. Certainly this school can support a live and "peppy" society at*this kind. Let's get behind it and make it go. Any- one interested see Rather, Fruit, Peter- son, Brow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 May 1919

<* fane Two THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students at the Rice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17. 1919. at the postoKice 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. Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Duiiding. J. It. Shannon Editor-in-Chief P. F. Bobb Managing Editor Nola McCarty Associate Editor W. E. Dell ..Circulation Manager Anna Shirmer Asst. Cir. Mgr. E. A. Cain Business Manager AV. H. Holer Athletic Editor Staff H('[nn't<') 6. J. F. Jungnmn Lenta Smith J. It. Peterson Cad Wortham Parimtan Johnson Mary Clarico Weir l„pon Hrotnberg Catherine Kuehn A). S. McCorquodale Grace Leake Maurine Miils Francis Foote Hui'y South Tillie Hirsch Sarnh l.aue C. H. Beckers ft. K. ^l.nhirey. V. M. C. A. M;trie Louise Ilogg, H. 1!. L. S. Louise Foreman, Y. W. C. A. Ahun Xemlr, Gifts' Tennis H\;i Coo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 May 1919

THE THRESHER, MAY 89, 1919 Page Three Former jRice Co-eJOoersatM W^ifm 7%MM%Ks o/^mencan ^rmt/ CAig/s; tdM&e BerauJ W^fMJSigna/ Corps Rice Institute co-eds have been hon- orably and aMy represented in overseas war-work in the person of Miss Louise Beraud. 8he was a student at Rice tor three years, during which time ahe won great popuiarity among ait who knew her. She was always cheerfui and fuii of "pep," both in the cia8sroom and on the campua. She waa a member of the Girls' Chorai Ciub and waa active in ail student affairs. For her fourth year's work Bhe went to the University of Chicago, and white there engaged in settlement work, which later proved very helpfu! to her in France. When within two months of attain- ing her degree she enlisted as a tele- phone operator In the Signal Corps and was detailed with the First Army Head- quarters of the American Expedition- ary Forces. Her services were so valu- able to the cause of winning the war that she won two commendations. They,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 May 1919

Page Four THE THRESHER. MAY M* t919 //'j Gi-PPi\ ^BiidQP? 312 MAiN ST. Need More Be Said Than "h Came Fwm Sweeney !?" A Season of Romances Culminating in Weddings The men are back from France, or nearly here. Many a romance had its start in uniform. Now the man is back, the stay at home girl wants an eariy wedding. A wedding gift to a couple like this, the man who has seen active service, means more than a gift at an ordinary wedding. Your gift is really a token of respect f.pr that young man, and the service he has rendered. A gift .like that should be something particularly fitting, for instance, a fine piece of silver, such as we dtsptay in our popular silver room y'o tw/f 'j Wt'Mrf MO ?/ MM M3/ J'OK HUM/; J. J. Sweeney Jewelry Co. ESTABHSHED 1875 4! 9 Main Street, comer Prairie Avenue stone Suits for Hot Weather Ready for Selection Yost can choose your style here from nmny variations; styles t'or_ men of mature years. Correct' ! designs t or business men andtor , . j young men i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1919

Volume V. BtCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER &5, 1919 Number 1. i ix nitE's MANY VETERANS OF QR!D!RON AND SERVtCE ARE RETURNtNG Arbuckie has Great Combination of Letter Men and New Materia) for Championship Machine. Little did Rice think that her star end of 1917 and the leader of her ad- versaries of the KeHey Held team would be back in the blue and gray for this season. Another surprise came in the form of Emmet McFarland's resigna- tion in favor of Shirley Brick as captain of this year's squad. This generous and unselfish stand taken by McFarland is just a token of the good old Rice spirit that's been here from the start and wiil continue on in years to come. We've been lucky to get back a good many of the fellows who made names on the Owls in the past few years. Besides this a number of last year's men are here to back the team. This is by far too early to pick out definitely the men and the places on the squad they are to Hll. Yet a number of the following may be cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1919

2 THH THRESHER, SEPTEMBER 35. 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Hntered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the Postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. {T ^ Thresher Olfice Room 104, Administration Buitding Paul F. Hobb, '20, Editor-in-Chief. J. R. Peterst'W!, '20 Business Manager 1.. ^1. l.aniar. Jr.. '20. Managing Editor Associate Editor .Helen South, '21 Aihietic Editor...... .....W. H. Moler,'20 Assistant Athietic Editor M. S. McCorqucdale,'22 )-lxchange Editor Julian E. Fruit,'20 ]'tt'--onals ,...,..E. A. Cain,'20 ) foots Maurine Milts,'20 t.'irru!;t)ion Manager .R. M. W innsltorough,'22 t.ouist' Foreman. STAFF REPORTERS. JlancesFoote. (ierhard J. Beckers. J. Frank Jung!nan. Xow that registration is completed, the matriculation address has been t rad, and student- and faculty members are about settled, we are l)eginning in earnest fur anotin r nitte months of hard work. To some t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1919

THE THRESHER, SEPTEMBER 25. 1919 3 ,4 REP7EW OF 77VE COMMENCE MEAT OF /9/9 + BY MtNNlE HAMMBRSM!TH The Commencement of 1919 was on!y the second one to be held under norma! conditions since the opening of the Rice Institute. In 1916 the first Commencement was heid at Rice. It was a brilliant affair, as we who were then Freshmen remem- ber. In 1917 the United States had en- tered the war two months before Com- mencement. Many of the Seniors had answered the cail to the colors, thereby making commencement an affair that contained a note of sadness. In June, 1918, many events that were tnciuded in the regular commencement festivities were eliminated, due to war- time conditions. In June, 1919, with the war over and a large number of our old boys return- ed, Commencement was an affair to be iong remembered. On Saturday morning, May 7th, the Commencement festivities started with Senior American. It was a deiightfui morning dance, with good old-fashioned apple cider and doughnuts for refre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 September 1919

THE THRESHER, SEPTEMBER M. 10M RiCE CO-OP AT LAST A GOING CONCERN (Continued from page registration has furnished a means for getting a more practical view of the ac- tual needs and any deficiencies are be- ing made up as rapidly as possible. A complete stock of all notions and sundry supplies, such as notebooks, loose leaf fillers, pencils, ete., wili be carried in stock and most of these :u-H< ies will be sold at a very low mar- gin of profit, which means that they will )te much cheaper at the Co-op than down town. A complete line of Conklln fountain pens are kept in stock. The stationery department offers a varied stock of Rice real stationery at record-breaking prices. A complete stock of Rice pennants, banners, pillows and other novelties M iit be carried in stock. Htamps wiil be for sale at all times. The Co-op is convenient. No trip to town tor books. Xo street car bundles. Ami la^'t but not least—the rebate. The hours of the Co-op will be from S:2u a. m. to 12:40 p. m.—-f...

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