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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 January 1920

THE THRESHER Vo^me V. BtCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON TEXAS, JANUARY 82 1930 Number 12 met MmBtMniws M w mmniii FOURTEEN DELEGATES REPRE HUNTED MCE AT DES MOINES. MANY VALUABLE IDEAS BROUGHT BACK. National Characters Lecture to Gather- tag—Rice Entertained Delegates From leading Universities With a Dinner. The Student Volunteer Convention, which convened at Des Moines, iowa, from December 31st to January 4th, was weil attended by Rice represent- atives. Fourteen delegates signed up as from Rice and enjoyed the opportu- nity of seeing 9,000 students from every cottege of note in the worid assembled together to formuiate new plans for Christianizing the world. The delegates from Rice were: Misse Maurino Miils, Oscie Sanders, Helen South, Rosette Httswick, Helen Schrincr and Louise Moore; tha men of the I;i stitute being represented by J. E. Fruit P. F. Dobb, M. H. Alexander, E. K. Dug- gan and J. R. Peterson. Mr. Ifarri Masterson represented the Communit;. House and Mr. Gilbert, of the Englis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 January 1920

t? a* 3 THH THRESHER. JANUARY 33, 1330 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! pubished by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texan. Entered as second-class matter October 17. 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rate, i $2 M per year ' j 10c per copy Room 104, Administration Buitding Thresher Office.. Pat)] ['. Bohh. '20. [iditor in-Chief Business Manager.................. Ca!dsve!! McFadden, *2t Managing Hditor..... J. !.. Autry, jt,,'2! Associate .Editor HctenSouttn,'2! At)detic]'.ditor K. M. \\'innshorough,'22 Society Editor t,onise Moore.'22 Exchange F.ditor ['..A.Cain,'20 Circuhttion Aianagcr Assistant Circu!ati"t) ^tanager. [.onise Forctttatt I. 1'rattk Itmgman E. ('). Arnotd STAPE KEi'OR'nvKS. ilattccs Eoote W.Ht. Darling t [!H C. < -restiam A. B. Cain, '22 . ]. Vernor MiHs,'23 Rosa!ieHeniphiH EonisEhrenfchtd \\ . A. Mcl'Jroy TMK nt:s (-OXVKXT)OX. Tlt<< part l;ice ins)itute had in tin- prent Student Volunteer Conv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 January 1920

THE THRESHER. JANUARY 99. 1990 Sociology. Mr. Slaughter—"Is there any com- muntty where it is impossible to get the truth—where ail men He?" Voice—"Jasper!" Poetic Shyness. Lip—"Mr. Gilbert, this poem surely has a modest meaning." Mr. G.—"Modest? How?" Lip—"it's so retiring that i can't find it." Up the Cloisters and Back. Bromberg was seen getting a facial massage. What's her name, Leon? Samuel Glenn is sporting a new tie. Is it red? i hear they are making half-hose now that are self-supporting. I wonder if that means they pay their own laundry bills. Rather Pointed. Dr. Bray—"Miss R., what do we mean in Spherical Trigonometry by the poles of a sphere?" Miss R.—"I guess we mean the eaHs of a sphere." A Combination Notice. It is told of Doctor McCash, of Prince- ton, that he was accustomed to giving out notices at the morning devotional exercises, which always closed with prayer. One morning he forgot a cer- tain notice untii he had begun his last prayer. Praying for the professors ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 January 1920

THE THRESHER, JANPABY M, IMP Poetry end Other Perje HE DIYERTE EL COCtWERO. Dedicated to the proposition that ait human individuals must have the prop- er nourishment in order to sustain themselves, and to that patient band of sufferers, who endure without murmur- ing. anticipate without doubting, and remember without malice. The shrewd Cocin, a congress called, of all The sprites that fly about within his hall. The news was strange, and not half ail agreed.— Hut hordes of serfs and aids can but give heed,— And Bacon's host, with black and rum- pled hair, And Souponia's crowd, with noise and loud, were there; And Huevo, too, along the halt he came; Hut Kaak, relates this tale so sad, was lame. Now Hasche's throng did sing a song and growl, White Spud kept up a tong continuous howt, And Sause's men. as though they'd like to see, On ali woutd ciimh. untii it ceased to be. Hut hist! Give ear; the chief his gavei sounds. And many are the tricks his wit pro- pounds: He made a chicken wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1920

THE THRESHER Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 20, 1930 Number 13 CHURCH CONFERENCE HELD AT GALVESTON K. R. DVGGAW ELECTRO FiHMT PBEStBEWT OF STATE DtOCESAK STUDENT COUNCIL. Bice Haft Thirty Representatives—Meet- ings of Student Delegates Followed By Good Times and Fratemizing of Texas College Students. Following in the wake of the Dei: Moines Convention was heid the Texas Diocesan Council of the Episcopa! Church at Galveston, January 23rd to 27th. the days. Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th, being devoted almost exclusively to the meetings of the stu dent delegates from the various univer- sities of the State—Rice, Texas, Baylot U., Baylor College, Sam Houston. A. & M„ etc. There were approximately thirty-five or forty delegates from Tex- as. twenty-ilve or thirty from Rice, and at least twenty-five from A. & M. Throughout Saturday morning lec- tures were heard by prominent men re- garding the religious work that is being done at the various large univer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1920

THE THRESHER, JANUARY 99, THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! publshed by the student* of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered :m second-class matter October 17, 1916. at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates j ) 10c per copy Thrc.-hcr Otlice . Room 104, Administration Building Taut F. Robt^. '20. Kditor-in-Chiei l!u-.inc^ Manager CajdweH McFadden,'21 ^tanaging Editor. J. L. Autr\. Jr.,'21 Associate Ffiitor Helen South,'21 \tt))cti< !'lditor M. Winnsboroug)i,'22 Stuicty l'lditor Louise Moore,'22 Exchange Editor E.A.Cain,'20 ( ircutation Manager \s.-istant t irculation Alatiager A. H. Cain,'22 J. Vernor Mitts, '23 i.ouise i'oreman J. t rank Jungman Arnold STAFF REPORTERS, l i ances Foote W .M. Darling Hill C. Hresham Rosalie Hemphill Louis Ehrenfehld W. A. McElroy rm: srt't om ot im: rmn. defeating Soutt'cniMettmdist University. Kice has vindicated her deieat at tite tiatids of Simmons (.'filtege. inasmuch as ttie Methodists had Ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1920

THE THRESHER. JANUARY 99. iMO AU Ohh Are Angels. All members of the fairer sex ate angels. To prove this statement the following facte are added: They are always harping on some- thing. They are always up in the air, and girls never have anything to wear. Prof. BiUikin—"A fool can ask more questions than ten wise men can an- Student—"No wonder we aiways flunl: our examinations." Mr. Bray (after calling on Mr. Black to recite)—"1 dislike to function in the capacity of an alarm clock." Prof. H. Draper, in Glee Club prac- tice: "Boys, should we hold on the word embrace ?" Paul B.—"We naturally would." Prof. Wetser—-"What do we get Cae- sin from?" Pete—"From a Latin word meaning eow." (Wonder if he was thinking of Deity.) HOK'T HH hOWH. DON'T! As a rule we generally favor the boys. For once we at e going to give the girls' side of it. Don't take a girl to the dance. Meet her there and walk home with her after the dance. What's the use of taking that long walk twice? Don't ask her to dan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1920

THE THRESHER, JANUARY M, 71he HcaRnjy (Continued from page 1) God. Through the spirit and beHef in Christ we can not think of limitations, but can come to the Aimtghty Heater. God's power to heal has not changed; we can not limit the power of the Ai- mtghty. God has been too iong limited by what He can do through the physical and mentai. Sptrituai heating is heal- ing through Christ. It is oniy through faith that we can work. "AH things are possible to those who believe." Jesus is the same as of old. He still cares for us and wants to come to us ont-e more as a heaiing Savior. He it' with us now. But do we fee! His pres- ence, do we know Him? He is drawing very near to us. We have but to reach out our hand and He wiii touch it. Christ's command to the Church was. Preach the Gospei and heat the sick." If Cod gave this command to the Church and has not revoked it. can it leave His work undone? It is not our opinions that God wants but obedience to His command. Haven't we more than phy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 February 1920

Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 5, 1930 Number 14 GENERAL PERSHING WILL VISIT RICE Probable That He Will Make Short Address to Student iiody, GENERAL PERSHING IN HOUSTON THURSDAY—WALL VISIT THK INSTITUTE. ^ General Pershing, commander-in- chief of the American Expeditionary Forces abroad, will be In Houston Thursday, February 5th. He Is sched- uled to arrive In the city at 7:30 a. m. At 9:30 he will drive out and inspect the Ellington Aviation Field, this being the main object of his visit. He win have luncheon with the Rotary Club and at 2:30 p. m. will be escorted through the city on an automobile tour. Thh. tour includes a visit to the Institute anu the party will probabiy arrive here about 3:30 p. nt. At 4:30 the American Legion will present to him the citizens of Houston at the City Auditorium, where he wiil make an address. He wiii later attend a bail at the Auditorium and will depart for Dallas at 9:30 p. m. General Pershing requested that he not be asked t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 February 1920

a THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 6, 198C THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered us second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the PostoMice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates .. j $"'^0 per year ( lOcper copy Thresher Uffu-e - -jj- —— - .Room 104, Administration Budding Pant F, Bohh, '20, Editor-in-Chief !!u-im ^ A!at);im-r CaMwell McFadden, '21 Atana^in^ Editor ...........J. L. Autr)', Jr.,'21 Associate Editor .Helen South, '21 Aitdeiic tlditor R. M. Winnsborough,'22 Society Editor ... '..Louise Moore, '22 ],xc)ia!^cHditor ! E.A.Cain,'20 Ch-cutation Atattager A. B. Cain,'22 \s-istanl ( initiation Alanager E.O.Arnold,'23 S'i'Ai-l.'RErORTERs' Louise llu-etnan^ Frances Foote Rosalie Hemphii) I. tf.mk Junkman W'.M. Darting Louis Ehrenfehld !.. (<. Artsoid Hi!) C. Gresham W. A. McEtroy Ati:))H 'AL Al l'FXDANCF. A uta-i-- meeting of the Sttt<!ents' Association is to he caHed shortly, accordin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 February 1920

THE THRBSHEB. FEBRUARY 5. 1990 Ha A Sorry PUght. It was reported recently that the reg- istrar called up the telephone company and explained that two-thirds of his mouthpiece was gone. He wants a new one. STiLL ANOTHER. (Dedicatory Epistle.) To the Right Onery George Flabber- gast, Earl of Bathrobe, Keeper of the King's Ink-bottle, Mixer of His Maj- esty's Half and Half, Adviser to tht Prince of Whales, Plenipotentiary Extraordinary to the Peace Councii at Omaha, Nebraska, etc., etc., etc.: Sir: I know I shall offend in dedicating these uncomeiy lines to your lordship; but the inclination of my instinct is such that I am constrained so to dedt cate them, in order that you may, in time, come to be cognizant of the bound- less affection I have for yourself, your deeds, your name and your many posi tions, and merit my high esteem for you in a manner in which it should be merited. I trust that you will not believe 1 have said what I intended to say, ot that if I had intended to say some...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 February 1920

V t.'? THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY * 1990 C^R/LLON TOMTER PLANNED/IS P7C70RV MEMORMt -: !N WASH!NGTON A tnusira! pence tower, to commem- orate at Washington the victory over intperiaiism, is the pian of the Arts Ciub there. Aithough detaiis for a nation- wide appeal are not yet complete, many indorsotucnttt of the idea, novel in war memorinis in this country, have been received. The unique feature of the proposed mtmoriai is that the tower be provideu with the greatest cariiion in the worid, one oi fifty-tour beiin, a beii for each State, the t'istrict of Coiumbia, Aiaska, Hawaii, i'ot toiiico, the Philippines, and Cuba. Each State and possession is to provide its own bell, l'roniinent citi- zens, in scverai instances, have guaran- teed the bell for their native States, but iheaiiuisttmttheiMoueyberaisedby pujtui.ii' subscription in each State, in orihi ilun a widespread public tttove- be at the base of the memorial. H^f'hbt H, as p);tnned,wiil carry the nanifutUte State and an appropria...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1920

*9^ < TTT7 ! tJT) T?CtTI?T) Volume V. RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 12, 1920 Number 15 EXTENSION LECTURE ON THE MOSQUiTO Dr. Chandler Delivers Firat of a Series of Lectures on "The Relation of facets to Human Health." Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, in Room 212, Physics Building, Asa C. Chandler, Ph. D-, Instructor in Biology at the Rice Institute, delivered the first of a aeries of three lectures on "The Relation of Insects to Human Health," included in the program of the Univer- sity Extension Lectures. Dr. Chandler's address was on "Mosquitoes as Carriers of Disease." "There are two kinds of mosquitoes," Dr. Chandler said, "Culictne and Ana- pheies." Of these, the tatter species is most dreaded as the carrier of malaria! parasites. It can be distinguished by its angular position to a surface when at rest, while the culicine rest parallei to the surface. The principal diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, Dr. Chand- ler went on to say, are malaria fever, yellow fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1920

3 THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY M, 192C THE THRESHER A weekly periodical published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ciass matter October 17, 1919, at the PoatoKice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates ^ ( 10c per copy Thresher OtTice , Room 104, Administration Building Paut F. Ho}))), '20, Editor-in-Chief Business Manager CaMweH McFaddin,'21 Alanaging Editor J. L. Autr) , Jr.,'21 Associate Editor Heten South,'21 Athletic Editor R. M. Winnsborough,'22 Society Editor Louise Moore,'22 Exchange Editor E. A. Cain,'20 Circulation Manager A. B. Cain, '22 Assistant Circulation Manager E. O. Arnold, '23 Louise Foreman j. Frank Jungman E. O. Arnold STAFF REPORTERS. Frances Foote W. M. Darling Hill C. Gresham Rosalie Hemphill Louis Ehrenfehld W. A. McElroy MIDMTE MEMOS. That good old "bull" ehevik atmos- phere seemed to be present Thursday. Yes, "Colonel" Bob waa In charge. Personally, we feel that the Seniors are welcome to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1920

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 12, 1930 Get Even With Her. Ask Helena D. who "step and a halt" is and watch her "Hoppy." Mr. Draper—"A chetutst recently dis covered that the human brain is com- posed largely of phosphorous." Mr. Humason—"I wonder if that is why so many of us are "light-headed. Love Logic. "Gwendolyn, I love you; to prove you love me: "1. I iove you. "2. AH the worid loves a iover. "3. Hut I am a iover. '4. Therefore, ail the worid loves me. "5. You are aii the worid to me. "C. Therefore, you iove me." —Tar Baby. His Line. "What do you work at, my poor man?" "At intervals, lady."—St. Paui Lead- er. Rising prices have evidentiy adopted that skip-stop system. THE STORY OF MR HAROLD AND THE GATE. It must be true that jazz is dying. There is no other way of accounting for the weird noise it makes.—Toledo Blade. Ever feel This Way? Help Wanted.—Nancy was saying her prayers. "And please, God," she pe- titioned, "make Boston the capita! of Vermont." "Why, Nancy!" exclaimed her shoc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1920

THE THRESHER, FEBBPART !!. MM FEKSH1NG ARRIVES (Coatmued horn ptge ). eolumB S) tag then wrote hia signature on a sheet of parchment, upon which was stamped the seat of Rice, white, under the direc- tion of Lewln Carr, giee ieader, yolla were given for Pershing and Rice, the party proceeded to the front of the Ad- ministration Building, where a young pecan tree had been put in the ground, while a piie of earth yet remained to be tiuown on the roots. Genera! Pershing, fust, went to it with maniy vigor, show- ed that he was used to shoveiing dirt; Dr. Lovett. next, took a spade, but the crowd could see that he knew more oi celestial masses than of heaps of earth. Governor Hobby proved to be quite comical in his feeble efforts. Next came J. 1'rauk Jungman, president of the Students' Association, who did credit tc his Hondo rearing. Gardener Toney fitmiiy put them ail to shame. The program over, Dr. Lovett escort et) Pershing through the grounds anc into the Academic Court. The Generai ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 February 1920

THE THt^SHER Volume V. RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 19, 1920 Number 16 iNSTITUTB BIBLE CLASS !S STARTED AM Mice Student* Urged to Join*—Bibie to Be Taught in Move! Way—Com- munity House Dancing Dis- continued. Lenten Program. Every Wednesday: 12:30 to 1 p. m. and 7 to 7:30 p. m., Bible Classes. Every Thursday: 12 to 1 p. m., Music. Sunday, February 22: Corporate Com- munion at 8 and breakfast at Com- munity house. A!i Episcopalians ex- pected. Regular Sunday services otherwise. A)) who want to join the Sunday Evening Choir, see Humason or Moler. Serv- ices every Sunday, 7 to 7:30 p. m. On account of the great demand and the many requests that have been re- ceived, Mr. Masterson has consented to start a series of Bibie Classes for the students of the Institute. In them the study of the Bibie wiil be taken up in a novel way, a very novel way, in the presence of Rice students! And all are requested and asked to come, the Epis- copalians requested and the rest asked, if it i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 February 1920

THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY 1$, THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the atudenta of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texan. Entered as aecond-ciaaa matter October IT, 1916, at the PoatoKicw at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March S, 1879. Subscription Rates $2.00 per year 10c per copy Thresher Office Room 104, Administration Building Pau! F. Bobb, '20, Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Caldwell McFaddin,'21 Managing Editor J. L. Autry, Jr., '21 Associate Editor Helen South, '21 Athletic Editor R. M. Winnsborough,'22 Society Editor Louise Moore, '22 Exchange Editor E.A.Cain,'20 ..A.B.Cain,'22 E. O. Arnold, '23 Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Louise Foreman J. Frank Jungnian K. O. Arnold STAFF REPORTERS. Frances Foote W. M. Darling Hill C. Gresham Rosalie Hemphill Louis Ehrenfehld W. A. McElroy A CALL FROM THE GOVERNMENT. Much has been said of Thrift and the kindred habit of saving. The truth is. that niue persons out of ten say too much and practice too little. \o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 February 1920

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 1$. 1M0 % Mr. Maxwell, in dtacusaion of King Lear: More people than you think mean that they would actually go mad If some annoyance were literally con- tinued for any length of time. Take, for example, The Glee Club.' I mean this to be taken literally when I say I would go mad if The Glee Club' met more than twice a week under my room." Mr. Draper (later): "I regret very much that The Glee Club' can not meet every night of the week under his room." Humason—"Miss Meyer. Miss Batjer tells me they have a cook that sings just like me. You wouldn't tell me anything like that, would you?" Miss Meyer—"No, I wouldn't be so rude as to tell you what I think." During "Kodak Week. " Miss Hlrsch—"Come on, Mr. Ruders- dorf, and get in this picture; we don't care who's in it." He Got M. Prof. Gilbert (at 11:25)—"Does the American public today concede a man's right to think and talk anything he pieases, or does it tell him to stop talk- ing?" Class (unanimously)—"To stop tal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 February 1920

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY H, 1930 Rice Institute Study HaH. 3 P. M. Dear F. C.: Well. the great Genera! "came, saw and conquered." But, of course we ex- pected him to do that, for he la BO won- derfu). I'li have to begin at the begin- ning though and tell you all about his visit, for it was such an event in the history of Rice that it can not be passed unnoticed. Aii day Wednesday we anxiously watched the buiietin board, hoping against hope that a notice proclaiming a hotiday wouid be posted. But, aias! Aii the student horde Went to the board To see if they'd have a holiday. Hut the board was bare; No notice was there, And so the poor students had none. it was probabiy an oversight, though, for i understand that the Profs voted tor ;t hotiday. It was at supper, in the Mess Haii, that it was put to a vote The question was stated to the Profs. A)! those who are not in favor of a holiday. please rise." And as not one stirred in his <-hair, 1 guess they were in I'avt' of it. don't you? ...

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