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

THBfTHNESHRR Vo^^^n^o V. RtCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 3, 1919 Number 2 FtMMM MMM-MM MMKTEAMMOSEt) MM Bf M! S W ALEX GEORtjE WILL !KA!) V. 8. AHUTARY ACADEMY TEAM THROUGH 1919 8HASOK. H" ' )' m * * !' M * ** 4* - « " STOP ' MOtWOi Played Quartet' on Great Team of IHtH. Left Mice to Joht the Service—!s Very Creditable Representa- the of itlce at Went Point. The nante of Alex George is not a fa- miliar one to most Rice students, but "old" men, who were here in '15 and '16. will doubtless remember htm as a man who took an enthusiastic interest in things athietic and otherwise. Oid and new alike wii! be interested in knowing that a former Rice man has had the honor and distinction of being chosen captain of the Army team for the season of 1919. George's name, as ieader of the U. 8. Miiitary Academy squad, wiii be ranged with a famous gaiaxy: many of the most noted players in the country have held the same po- sition. George entered Rice in 1915. He was very smaii, but fast, he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1919

a THRESHER, OCTOBER $. 1$19 THE THRESHER A weekiy periodica! pubiwhed by the ntudente of Mica Inatttute, at Houston, Texas. Entered an second-c)asn matter October 17. 1918. at the Postofftce at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SubsrripU.tn Rates j $2.W per year ' ( 10c per copy Thresher OtTiec Room 104, Administration Building Pan! ) Buhh, '20, Editor-in-Chief. J. R. Peterson. '20 ...Business Manager j„M. t.;tm;u, Jr.. '20 .Managing Editor Associate E(!itor ...\.........He]en South,'21 Athicta t'.ditfr M. S. McCorquodate,'22 Kxrhanm'Editor JuiianE. Fruit,'20 Personals E.A.Cain,'20 Hoots .....Maurine Mills,'20 Cireutation Manager K. ^1. W'innsborough, '22 Assistant Cireulati^'Mi ^lanager J. VernorMiHs,'23 STAFF REPORTERS. ).ouise l-'orcmatt. . Frances I^oote. j. Frank Jungman. (jetiiard J. Beckers. WHY XOT A tiLFE CFUB? i iio.se wlto were at Kiee in 191()-'l/ wit! remember that a g)ee ctub was one of the live organizations on the campus. Like a!) die other"ctubs atid s...

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

<T3 .S <* THE THBB8HBR, OCTOBER ^ i919 3 CHANGES MADE !N BUILDINGS Old Riceoniana. returning from vaca- tion, who had perhaps expected to be welcomed by seeing new and pretentious additions to the various university and dormitory quadrangles, were seemingly doomed to further disappointment. However, complete and efficient im- provements were made in various build- ings and departments. As to building new wings to the various main build- ings, nothing certain is as yet known, even to the university authorities, ac- cording to their various unofficial, per- sonal opinions. The only facts to be gained from reliable sources is that con- structions on new wings will not be started untii prices of material either drop lower or reach some permanent stability. It appears that the next addi- tion may be either to the dormitory group or to the main group, as far as the need of either is concerned. One place where we felt somewhat "lost" in was the general offices in the Administration B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 3, MM UBRARY RECEIVES INTERESTING BOOKS (Continued from page 1) established rule of the Society, to which )hey wiii always adhere, never to give their opinion, as a body, upon any sub- ject . . . therefore the thanks which are frequency proposed front the chair, to be given the authors . . are to be considered in no other tight, than as a matter of civility." Among the names in the Tabie of Contents are those of Sir Isaac Newton. The Might Honourabie Horace Waid- [)!)ie, A] it ['tin i-'o] Hstj., and Air. Ben- jamin Franklin: and among the titles are: ' A Fire-Hali Seen in the Air, July 175t); " "The Use of the Hark in Simtli-pox; " "The Variation of the Magnetic Needle;" "The Best Propor- tions for Steam Engine Cylinders:" "The Ermtiion of Mount Vesuvius from its First Beginning to the 2Rth of Oc- tober, 1751;" "The Cause of Thunder." This volume and nit others from 1751 to 1S2C, except one, are bound in leath- er elaborately ornamented at the edges, and rontai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1919

== * Volume V CIS M TRIP TBA) BYROAD ADAANIBTBATfON OH- pmw NO REDUCED HATH FOR SPECIAL TRAfN—FULL FARE AN!) MINIMUM by 1M PA8HENOERH RE- QMRED. Fate of $10.97 MAkea TWp Pretty Steep Affair, Wtth No Ot-eat ProhablUty of OettlngLarKe Crowd of Rooters to Accompany Team to Contest. The cheap round trip rate that was characteristic of the football trips to Austin is no more. Cuss the Railroad Administration. J. Frank Jungman, '20, investigated to the final authority of passenger train tariffs to see if a special train, with the customary cheap round trip rate, would bp possible. The Railroad Administration repre- sentative in the city quoted Tariff No. 28-4, Sec. C, Rule 2, regarding special train for exclusive use of special par- ties, Western Passenger Bureau, special car and train service, which reads: "Round Trip Movement.—One author- ized per capita fare for each passenger with minimum revenue equivalent to 125 adult normal one-way fares in each direction." This rule explained mean...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1919

THE THRESHER. OCTOHWR A, 1WM THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! puMshed by the atudenta of Rice Institute, at Houston. Texas. Entered as gecond-tlasa matter October 17. 1918, at the Postofftce at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Su!,s.n,,ti„n Rales -{ $1°° ,, ' ( iOc per copy I'tirestter Otiicc .Room 104, Administration Buitding Paul F. Bo))b, '20, Editor-in-Chief. ]. ft terson, '20. . ... . . Business Manager ).. i\t. t.;miar. Jr., '20 Managing Editor \-Mn i.itt- )'.<]it<n Helen South,'2! Athletic ]-'.dit!<r... M. S. Mc(*ort]uoda!e,'22 ] .\' tiat)gt.' llditor Jutian E. Fruit,'20 t'ersonats E. A. Cain,'20 < m:i I tlK'tS .Maurine MiHs,'20 t i)'<.u]attot) Atanam'r R. M. \Yinnsborough,'22 A^ist.'tiit( ir<.'u[ati<m^fanagt'r J. VernorMii]s,'23 i.miist' [*'HT]iiat). S i'AFF REPORTERS. Frances Footc. Geriiard J. Beckers. J.FrankJungman. I ln- ]'c< f nt at) ion ot (he Student (Jouncii in apportioning the Bianket Tax is most Mnnit'yins. in thai it brought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1919

THB THRESHER, OCTOBER 9, 191$ 3 THH8E FKHSHMHN CAPS. I abhor these slimy caps us Freshmen have to wear, They fee! like ribbon like you see on little sister's hair. They have such dinky itttie bills that ntake almost no shade, And silly looking crowns that keep our pompadours ail frayed. The coiors, blue and gray, I like because they stand for Rice. But we couid wear the color scheme in something twice as nice As these tiny bits of felt that make ur Freshmen wish That we also were Sophomores and could holler, "Button Fish!" But worst of all, when we're in town all dressed up in our best, Except for this so-called sky-piece that all of us detest, And sitting at the soda fount just feel- ing sorter blue, Is to hear some dog-goned store clerk shout, "Twenty-three, Skidoo!" —By A. Fresh Mann. She—"Do you want to start, the Vic- trola?" He—"Why?" She—"It's about time you started something!"—Williams' Purple Cow. It is said that what is everybody's business is nobody's business. WHUHPHUDEN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER $, 1919 SOPHS AND JUNIORS ELECT OFFICERS IN RECENT MEETINGS The organization of the Sophomore Class, recently perfected, is as foiiows: President, Muicoim MeQuorquodale: vice president, Miss ituby Laughlin; secretary-treasurer, i'. K. Bushotig. iioth Atiss Laughiin and Mr. Hushong weretc-eiectedtoolTicesiteid during the third term of iast year. H. ^1. Winnsborougii. retiring presi- dent.refetred to the class an interview between hitttseif ttttd Deatt Caidweli in regard to the withdrawai of four Frcsit- nien from school for reasons of ttlieeed itazing. No action was taken ott the matter. The general sentitnent seems to be that there is nothittn which tite class catttio to better contlitions. itisrec- ognizefiott the campus that hazitig of I'teslmieiithis year has been lighter than ever betore, save possibly during t)tettiiiitatyret:i!tienti{ice, andindis- itimitiateonpoiitipttttishiitentiiasbeet! reilttcetlfoaminituuttt. Theciassvoteti lasiyeittiottbolishitttlis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 October 1919

T^TTI? Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 16, 1919 Number 4 MUMS urns w war RARE OPPOKTUMTY G!VEN 8TU DENTS OF THE M8T1TUTE. Chamce to Get Glimpse of the Real Orient, Interpreted by SkiUed Native Artists—Actors, Stag- ing and AU KeaJiatic. After four attempts, in as many years, the universities of the Southwest have been abie to secure Mr. and Mrs. Michitaro Ongawa, the famous Japa- nese piayers, in a series of October en- gagements. Rice is to be one of the fortunate stopping piaces of this com- pany, along with a number of other Southern colleges. These players are coming October 25th, under the au- spices of the Elizabeth Baldwin and Palias Athene Literary Societies. The clubs have assumed the sponsorship of this innovation, not for any financial "benefit," but for the advancement of the artistic and dramatic appreciation of the Institute students. Rice's regard for the beautiful and the musical wiil f-t jse given its natural outlet in this high- class entertainmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 October 1919

3 THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 1$, Ml$ THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! publahed by the students ft Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the PostoKtce at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Su!,scroti,,,! Rates ^ 1 10c per copy Thresher Oflice Room 104, Administration Building Pau! F. Hobh, '20, Editor-in-Chief. J. R. Peterson, '20 Business Manager ).. M. Lamar, Jr.,'20 Managing Editor Associate Editor ' Heien South,'21 Athletic Kditor M. S. McCorqunda)e,'22 [;x< ]tatiKe Editor Julian E. Fruit,'20 1'ersonals E.A.Cain,'20 Hoots MaurineMi])s,'20 Circulation Manager R. M. Winnshorough,'22 Assistant (,'ireutalion Alanager J. Vemor Mills, '23 STAl l KHl'ORTEKS. Louise Fti-etnax J. I rank JmigtTcm 1'rattcesFoote t.itiian .Yi'tiolsnn (ierhard ll. Hethers \Y.M. Darting Rosalie Hemphill M. 11. Alexander !OOTHALL H AM. There are two ways ol playing football: A clean way and a dirty way. t'leun p]nyit)K is true sportstnanship—playing "o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 16. 1919 3 FOR PHE MEDS. The Cane. First Doctor—"What is the diag- nosis?" Second Doctor—"Six syiiabies and four figures. To the Quick. "Doctor, I've just received your biii for the operation you performed on me. Wouid you cut anything off for cash?" "Yes, my dear air. anything—an arm or a ieg, or what eise you may wish re- moved."—Detroit Free Press. A Non-PoMtic Admission. Physician—"You had a pretty ciose caii. It's oniy your strong constitution that puiied you through." Patient—"I hope you wiii remember that when you make out the biii." ECONOMICS 300. Always. "Edith is one of those gitis whose in- terest in a man is governed by his wealth." "I see; the greater the principal the greater the interest."—Boston Tran- script. Explained. "When does a luxury become a ne- "Immediately after one strikes up an acquaintance with it." SATURDAY NIGHT. Heard at the Cotillion. She—"Doesn't Charles look distin- guished in that full-dress suit?" He—"How could he help it? Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 16, 1919 THE COMMUMTY HOUSE. (Continued from page 1) House in London, it is hoped that Rice students may carry their rich training where it is needed and claim the iittie green hut as part of their college train- ing and happiness. The Church has definitely promised the city to put up a permanent house there as soon as iegai arrangements will aiiow. The National Church has put on its budget for this purpose a sub- stantia! sum which ought to make the iirst unit ready for next faii'B work. The house is free to ail students, without tests or qualifications, and the Church prides itself that it may offer its hospitality in the spirit of the In- stitute without rules and in the belief in manhood and womanhood there to carry on the activities which may he found of interest or happiness or help in the spirit of joy, co-operation and service. THU MAX!). (Continued front page 1) Hut speculation is rife whether or not it wiH accompany the team to Austin three weeks henc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 October 1919

THE THRESHER Vo!wme V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 23, 1919 Number 5 GLEE CLUB HMMEO MUCH MTEKST SHSWM H!KaH!tM (?) GET TOGETHER UX- PER LHADRRSHIP OF MR. H. O. DRAPER. "Team" May Re Selected to Go on Trips to Various Cities—Ctwii May Help in Musical Part of Thanks- giving Jubilee. At last the Glee Club is a reality. After four weeks of talk and agi- tation thirty or more boys met in the commons Friday night and started the ball rolling. Mr. Hal D. Draper, of the chemistry department, made an explan- atory talk, showing the purposes of such an organization at Rice. He had discussed the matter with both Presi- dent Lovett and Dean Caldwell, and was urged by them to organize a Giee Ciub. He stated that it is to be for aii Rice men who care anything about singing and urged especiaiiy the old members of the 1916-17 Club to help get the thing started. If plans work out, a 'varsity "team" of sixteen men will be selected to go on trips to the neighboring cities and towns. It is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER M, 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly pt-riodicttl puhlshed by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17. 1916, at the PostoHice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879* StZJn,JiJnJ<atJs 1^" ' ( 10c per copy Thti'-her f OTicc Room 104, Administration Buitding Paul 1'. Hob)), '20, Editor-in-Chief. J. )<!. I'ctcrstm.'20 Business Manager 1. M. ) ;unar, Jr., '20 Managing Editor Associate t .ditor Hcten South,'2! Attdetie Editor ...... M. S. McCorquodate,'22 t.xdtang't'iitnr E.A.Cain,'20 Personals .........,....E. A. Cain,'20 Hoots MaurineMi)!s,'20 (ircutation.^tatmmr A. B.Cain,'22 Ashi>tant (*ircu)ation Manager J. VernorMit)s,'23 ].i))iisc)'<nenian !. i iank lunynan irant'csloi'te ArnuM STAEE REPORTERS. (ier!tard 1. Peckers {.itlian Xid)tt]sn)i W .^i. Darling Rosalie Hemphill M. H. Alexander Louis Ehrenfehld L. B. Walker 1HH UK)! Only ctte lytic h;tn been turned in yet and it is unsigned. Here is an o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 33. 1919 ONGAWA DK8CMBES RHALMM OF PLAY. (Continued from page 1) plan which would appeal to the great- eat number ot people—that of combin- ing an evening of muoic and drama from native Japanese life to bring something of the spirit of the real flow- erland. "Inatead of telling you our religion, we dance a reiigious dance, properly costumed, and give you something of its significance to our peopie; instead of telHqg you about our silks and ki- monas. we wear them and place in the setting some antiques in the hope that you will feel the breath of the ancient orient. When we want to define to you the Japanese virtues we give a playiet with the inherent lesson of Hlia! piety or devotion of the young to the old." The historic Noh plays which Mr. On- gawa will present ate an outgrowth of centuries. With the old Greek piays, only a few of which are ieft, the Noh plays are among the precious heritages of ancient days. The actors preserve, as nearly as possible, the an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER M, 191$ MM H-MOt THW HMTKMX €!AMH. (Continued from page 1) Dyer. Lindsey and Powell. Liadsey and Powefi played like mad during this quarter, tearing into the opposing iine in a furious manner. Doth piayed at a pace which marks them of aii-State cal- iber. for they had the crowd sitting up and taking notice. Aiexander did some good work ou the iine during this pe- riod. Southwestern lost the baii on downs. A (ive-yard gain around ieft end by- Dyer and a fast 35-yard advance by Undsey carried the baii in striking dis- tance, but 8. U. stiffened and got the baii on downs, A 15-yard gain by Ad- ams aud 7 yards more on iine plunges carried the baii nut of danger. Tutwiier sent the S. D. squad up 30 yards more with a punt, forcing Mice to advance from her own territory. But then the fireworks started. Dyer bucked the baii 9 yards and Poweff made first down. Dyer made 4 mure around ieft end and Nash follow- ed over that position for 5. Dyer plung- ed i yards for first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 October 1919

± fltL ± H-.iq 4L'f;§^ Vo!umc V. BtCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON TEXAS, OCTOBER 30, 1919 Nmnber 6 MBS. BLAKK. HOVSR MOTH KB. MAKHM THE DtNNHM HOUR ONE TO BH LOOKRD FOBWABD TO. Both Boys and Girls Wchome at Noon and After Labs.—Music and (iood Cheer Stake the I'laee Attractive to A!!. "Hot cross buns, hot cross buns, One a penny, two a penny, Hot cross buns . . . ." And chocolate pie, potato salad, sand- wiches and soup—a host of Rice stu- dents found all this and more at the Y. W. Cafeteria iast Thursday, the time of the official opening. Phebe, the cook, is a nine-day wonder and makes pies with flaky crust by the dozen. Best of all. Mrs. Blake, the charming house mother, lends an "at Home" feeling to the whole place. There is music and laughing and good cheer that warm the very cackles of your heart. On Friday sixty guests were served, both boys and girls, and this is an op- portunity to say that Rice boys are as welcome as Rice girls; the Cafeteria is a community affair. Mrs. Blake is sai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 October 1919

<3*. THE THRESHER. OCTOBER t& 1919 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica) publshed by the Btudenta of Rice Institute, At Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the PoatoKice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates ^ ( 10c per copy Thresher Office Room 104, Administration Building Pau! F. Bobb, '20, Editor-in-Chief. !. R. Peterson, '20 Business Manager 1.. M. Lamar, Jr.,'20 ...Managing Editor Associate Editor Helen South,'21 Athletic Editor M. S. McCorquodaie,'22 Hxchange Editor E.A.Cain,'20 Personals E.A.Cain,'20 Hoots Maurine Mills,'20 tircutation Manager A. B.Cain,'22 Assistant Cirrulaiion Manager J. VernorMit!s,'23 STAt'E REPORTERS. * Louise f oreman Gerhard J. Beckers Rosalie Hemphill J. I'nmkjungmnn l.illian Nicholson M.H.Alexander llauces [ note \\ . M. Darting Louis Ehrenfehld i;.0. Arnold I.. H. Walker it is i'Htnt!U)])iy understood that colleges and universities furnish the lead- ers of th<! world. There are exc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 30. 191$ FROM HARPER'S. The Danger. Williams and Wilkins were partners, and it was the custom of their wives, who were great friends, to eaii occa- sionally upon their husbands at their office. One day Williams, after their departure, showed signs of anxiety. "What's the trouble?" asked Wtlkins. observing his partner. "Just see how it rains!" exclaimed Williams. "I feel very anxious about my wife. She's gone out without an umbrella, and your wife has none, "Oh, that's all right. They'll take shelter in some shop." "Precisely," said Wiiliams. "That's why I'm worried." t'«ul<ln't Tell. A well known business man was ask- ed to join a literary club in the West- ern town where he lives, an invitation which he declined on the ground that he wouid be anything but a desirable member. "I never have been strong on litera- ture," he said. "I couldn't for the life of me tell you who wrote Gray's Elegy.' " His Real Fear. A circus man teiis of a iion-tamer, brave as lion-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 October 1919

THE THRESHER, OCTOBER 3$, 191* THH HHMOM < LAt*8. (Continued from page 1) and Comfort, and Messrs. King and Shannon. The Students' Association have the following Seniors among its officers: .fungman. Bobb, Lamar, Peterson. Bromberg, King, and Misses Mitts and l'oote. This paper is not large enough to teii of aii the merits of the Senior Class. Many officers are not mentioned. The ability of each studettt can not be com- prehended. but iet it here be said that aii men who are not Seniors should look up with awe and respect to those who, alter three years' diligent tabor, have Ml last come to the exalted sphere of Seniordom. THH ['"KRSMMAX tMXCK. tW'ith apologies to "Jake.") October 26, Dear httly: - Well, tatty. t've been to a dance— the Freshman fiance that, they had at ihe Hire Hotel last Friday night. This is the tirst dance I've been to since i came !o college. They had one other, hut it was a footbali dance, and as 1 <)on't play football I didn't go. It surt was some fianc...

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