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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1920

r"' ' '.?''! * .. ''" * THE THRESHER cma*. The bygone week haa seen Many club meetings at the In- wtHuUon. Those notably^ fea- tured in the whir! of society are the following c!ubs: ^ P. A. L. 8. The Pais as their names sig- nifies had a very sociabie time on past Tuesday. A great dea! of discussion was done by the girls and many good points ex- changed. The chief belies of the ciub present were Misses Marvin Hirsch, Oscie Sanders. Fannie Biack. Josephine MiHer and Alma Davidsoq. After the very cultural pro- gram the girls flayed and danc- ed the program was enjoyed by Mi. )dea)ers Ciub. The young bloods of the vars- ity gathered together on last Monday night. They wished to pull something sociable, in keeping with their club, so they decided to go on a hayride. Mr. What Son Naland, after a deal of trouble, secured a wagon, covered with straw and two prancing dappled gray steeds to draw the said cart. He got them from the Houston & Harrisburg livery house. The total mem- bership...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1920

'..' ' : ..: ^ ' ' THE THRESHER CLOISTERS HAVE MANY USES SAYS SLIME ESSAYIST Cloisters are devices used by architects when they don't have enough building materia! to fin- ish one side of a structure. They are similar to sidewalks with roofs over them and are lined with posts which are useful in supporting tired students. The word is probably derived from the English word "clus- ter," meaning "bull pen." It is pronounced to rhyme with "oysters," but the genera! im- pression of silence attached to the latter word is altogether lacking in this case. One side of a cloister is al- ways left open. This is done in order that the outside world may have the benefit of the sounds which emanate there- from. The other side is closed in order that the profs and their classes may have a medium of p^ace. Both ends are open for ventilation and exit. The cloisters were once sym- bols of quiet and sanctity, but t!^s was before the day of co- education. As long as the Tnonks itihabited them exclus- i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 April 1920

nrTt[7 Volume V. Friday, May 7th, is the date set for the Rice Engineers' fhow. From the present prospects this wiii be a date to be remembered in annais of Rice Engi- neering students, as pians are being made for an Engineering festivai of no mean dimensions. All of Rice, as well as the generai public, are to be guests, the combined apartments of aii branches of Engineering to be the hosts. The Engineers' show is to be in the nature of an exhibition. The Engineer- ing iaboratories of the eiectricai, nte- chanica), civii and chemicai departments will be thrown open with aii equipment on dispiay, and in operation. Aiso, a great many stunts of either scientific or freakish nature wiii be performed. Sev- ern! hundred events are programed, and the show offers something interesting for every one, whether of scientific bent or not. The show is to be continuous, from 2untill0p. m., onthedateset, and guides wiii be provided to see that each person becomes acquainted with the equipment and m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 April 1920

3 THE THRESHER. APRIL 9. 19M THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-elaas matter October 17, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates $2.00 per year tOc per copy Thresher Office .. Business Manager .Room 104, Administration Building CaidweM McFaddin, '21 FKHSHMAX iSSUH. \\ . il.WINX, i:dit«r. M anaging Editor Business Manager Society t'ditor REPORTERS LyleCashion Graves !\^Gee Art tiie Hatier tl. (). Artuitd i'atnta t.ec ())i}'bint . Hessit* Sntitti !\it')\in Aitkcn Ott (iHAPHHtHT. Before the war Mice was young. She WHS just beginning to send forth the set-da ol puputarity and fame. The war hiudtted class distinction and risairy, ;imii]'0i)tl!tl7t0l!il!)eviryti!inK0t)t' rt' !ti;ui war work were minor consider- ations. The classes at Rice dtd not see thu rt-al, norntui tt'iiege and en- tlitisiusm. Their txrsonnei was torn ii.<w!i by:triiiyMn)istmentH. At...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 April 1920

THE THRESHER. APRtL 9. 1M0 3 WRRHOXAMk "SUmMt" Harry Shutta and Archie Kaough returned Monday from a four- day vtalt at thetr home in Lake Chartea. Hla ftienda wMl be glad to note that Edward Warn la recovering from hts recent operation. Dr. Weiaer was observed to have a very permanent Mush the earlier part of the week. We wpnder if this fact has any connection with the opening of Syivan Beach laat Saturday. Joe Biitott returned to Rice Monday from a four-day visit home. Waiter Mincy spent Good Friday and week-end at his home in Waxahachie. Co-ed—"I want to see Mr. McCann." "Mr. McCann is engaged. Co-ed—"Good gracious, don't think I want to marry him!" "My wife has gone to Cuba.' "Jamaica?" "Say! smite?" What's the idea of the "Oh, boy! 1 got a check from home today and I dropped in at Carroii's and sent the iady some fiowers and I happened to go by her house this evening, and say! You ain't hoard nothin' yet. Agency Elmer's and Nunnoally't Candies Magazine! Corner Pharmacy WOODS &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 April 1920

+ THE THRESHER, APRIL 9, A MO Diamonds When you buy a Dia- mond of the better grade you make a real investment. When you buy a Stone from this store you doubly se- cure your investment. Let us show you. LECHENGER 415Mairt /V/G//ER PR/CRS After the {{evoiutionary War. Sattme) Adams paid for a suit of clothes, inasttuni) as his money wasn't as good as your t)ton<y is today, nor ins <-)o(hes as good as «ut ciotites today, why compiain aiMtuttheptcvaiiingitigiter [tl'iCf'S. Barnnyer-A'oWon C/ofAes are a/tt'at/s proper/t/ pncee BARRtMBER-MQRTQMCOJnc. 410 MAIN STREET The Largest Tailors m Texas in and try our deiicious !ce Cream and Soda Fountain Drinks. Bring us your Kodak Deveioping We handie Eimer's and Jacob's Candies Rf'ce /nc. Texas and Travis Crown Aii Hat Co. ant/ FurntsAer: MR MAW ST. We are showing a complete [ine of straw hats for Easter. Lou A. Aooc/ace wit! treat you right. Remember when Honey Boy wore a '23 cap? ITAe Ott)/ is stii! proud of it. ). KRANDEL ^c/us^e Lakes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1920

Votwme V. ALPHA RHO DEBUT AT HOUSTON COUNTRY CLUB R!CE !N8T1TUTE. HOUSTON TUX AS, APHiL 16 t830 Number 82 BAYLOR BEARS TAKE TWO GAMES FROM RICE Finttty's Oxhestru Ptayw for 850 Guests mtus. A. M. Alpha Rho. the recently organized campus society, made its initial debut Thursday night with a dance at the Country C)ub. The affair, marked by rare elegance, was one of the most lav- ish of the Rice-Houston social season. The dance began at nine o'clock. A buffet supper of sandwiches, chicken salad, ice cream and cake was served up to the guests at 12 o'clock. Finlay's futt Majestic orchestra gave the music until, with pep and spirit at its height, the dance broke up at two o'clock. The Country Ciub was decorated with the Alpha Rho colors, blue and white, with most artistic effects. Pansies were the appointed flowers, and blended per- fectly with the Rice banners and pen- nants that covered the wail. Hand-tinted programs of a desert scene and the Alpha Rho emblem scored up eight dances to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1920

THE THRESHER. APRIL M, 1930 THE THRESHER A weekly periodical published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-ciass matter October IT, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates ^ ' ( 10c {w copy Thresher Olfice .. — . Kooni l04, Administration Building fan) )^)bb, '20, !'*ditor-in-Chicf fittsiness^lanager (aidsvell McFaddin,'2! Managing Ixlitor Hit! (.'. Creshani. '22 STA IT W['OH'Y'i RS " !.<<ui-c 1 xrentan 1*ranees t'ootc W . \. AhBlroy J. ['rank Junkman \\ . A). Darting Rosalie Hemphill I,. < <. Anx'tt] l !ill C. Hreshatn Louis Khrenfcld In prafliiaity evpty important col!cg<- and university in Tin- tfedit Hour America, at ieast in every technical institution—which Ride System vs. (he Mice is more serionsiy developed—^-credit is assigned the C<nn'Kt*Pian. student on the bafls of "credit hours" of work completed. A credit is tMualiy defined as one hour of recitation or lec- ture ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APRIL M. 1*90 3 MHTOMMti—1 onthMMt!. A W<M <! to the Mt-nhM- (latit* For four years now we have been a part of Rice. We are about to receive our degrees—of what vatue are they? Thta depends upon each one of us and upon every other graduate of Rice. Millions of doUars endowment wtH not estabHah a uni- versity's reputation: the most briiiiant and noted.facuity in the worid wiii not make her great: buiidings which surpass those of any other in architecturai graudeur and beauty, as weii as in equipment and convenience, wiii not enhance the honor of her degrees—these things aii make a great name for her possible, but the one thing that wiii establish her fair name is the character of her ntudent body, and most of aii. her graduates. We are about to become alumni—let's keep up the home ties with our Alma Mater. Plans are being perfected now for a permanent aiumni organi- zation. Let's get in on the ground floor and heip make it a success. Mr. McCann is doing a great wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APRIL 1$, IMP The Watches that are shown in this shop aw tike everything el.n- we sell^thevery best at a price consistent with itigitest <mn) it) Lechenger 4i5Main DIP LP MACY There is no secret diplottt- ;nyi'r:i''ticedl)<'te. YoU).- t'-ive t"'0 per cent pure wooh'ns ant) (he finest taii- firitin that the tttind tun lonreive ant) human ham)-: produce. W'e aim t" sen clothes ihat, will cirate ^ood will anii cnntni'ttce. All round satisfaction am) ftill values with t'veiypurcliaie here. 8ARRtN8ER-M0RT0NC0„!nc. 410 MAIN STREET The Largest Tailors !n Texas nEAB^UAmrEna for Rit:^ Students wh *n in town. Come inand try our deiit iious!cc Cream and Soda Fountain Drinks. Bring us your Kodak Deveioping We handle Jacob s Candies /R/ce /^Aarmacj;, /nc. Texas and Travis HHTOM FHOTO SUPPLY COMPAMY 503 MAIN ST. KODAKFINISHING We use Velox paper oniy. The firm that has had the rurt for many years. P. Lasne Son Jewter and Watchmaker Preston45)3 304 FanninSt. Fannin and Eagle St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1920

<3- Vo!ume V. RtCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON TEXAS, APRIL 83. 1920 Number 23 ALL MCE EXTEMOS ROYAL WELCOME TO TAFT m ims CUE tf s, m, n rm mw DM m COMES TEXAS WINS FIRST BY SCORE OF 12 TO 2 Rice Grabs Second Game by Score 4-2. Falk and Dyer SteHars of Day A single by O. Heywood and home- tuns by Nash and M. Heywood in the sixth inning won the second game from Texas University, 4 to 2, after the first had aiready gone to the Longhorns. Rice scored in the third when the Long- horn twirier hit a brace of batters and loose piaying on the part of the Texas infield aiiowed O. Heywood to complete the circuit. Eddie Dyer was the big star of the second game, eciipsing the sensational hitting of the sixth inning by his mas- terly pitching. Though the Longhorns gathered 7 hits, they were we)) scatter- ed and at aii times Dyer was master of the situation. The Owis gathered an equal number of hits from the offerings of the Texas moundsman but made them count for more. Dyer is being given credit for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1920

3 r.> THH THRESHER. APRIL M, 19M THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class tnatter Oetober 17. 1919. at the PoatoCiee at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1ST9. Subscription Rates ^ ^ ( tOc per copy i'ltresber OlTice Room 104, Administration Building ['an!!. Bobb.'20, Kditor-in-(.'hief ; CaMwd) Mc[-*a(Mtn, '2! Hi!) (.*. tircsham, '22 Hu^i]!'-sA!:magcr ana^'ittgt-'.ditor. \^^<<ciah't\'!ih't* .\tl)]< tir t .'Htor < i; ruiatiitt) \tanager . . . . \"-i^ta!Ytt'ircu].'ttii<ttA};mager..., t'xt,']ianLf<.' )'<tihtt' Heten South.'2t ...k. )i!.\\ itisboroug)t.'22 H, Cain.'22 ! (1. Artmtt), '23 ){. Pavne, '22 SI Atl' KH)'()KTl',kS \!:i!f<;i!)i .\!<'t'm-<n)!i<]a]t- iucy Zimtncr \i. f)ar]iug J. t'rank Juttgtttatt i ,. ! Arnutt] rm: i:i.i:trt<)\. Xi .\l .Monday Student off ici't's are to lor next yar. Let every tni'miiei' of tin- Association slmw his in- in iiicn )ty turnin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APB!L 3$, 1990 3 Government Ownership of Raihoads Subject of !nter- achotastic Debaters The Interseholasttc debutes and de- ctaimers hetd their setnl-iinats Friday afternoon. Five teams of debaters pre- sented their credential and drew their opponents. The subject discussed was Government ownership of railroads, a vttai question of today, with which the nine men and one woman seemed thor- oughly familiar, In the Hrat round Houston Heights watched from the side- lines while Bay City defeated Humble and Alvin destroyed Galveston's hopes. Bay City drew Houston Heights for the second debate, but found their argu- ments too weighty, so Houston Heights met Atvin in the finals Saturday. From these the Alvin team emerged trium- phant. The (leclaimers proved too few in number to hold separate preliminaries for two sections, so the contestants de- livered their speeches Hrstrhand to the well-iilled faculty chamber. Bursts of applause punctuated the afternoon as speaker after spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APRIL Green Makers fo C^ve New Program The Gteen Mask Players will present their second bit! at the South Knd Jun- ior High Auditorium on Thursday and Friday evenings. Apr)] 29th and 3«th. The program will consist of three one- act plays,— a fantasy. "The Maker of Dreamt*;" "Trifies," a farcical tragedy, and a roaring comedy, "O'Flaretty V. C." The same program wiit be given both nights. John t'tark Tidden. weii known it ice artist and director of the V. W. C. A. piay of this year, piays the titie roie in "O'Fiaretiy." white Ut'. John W'iiits Siaughter takes the part of the Genera) .of iong years of experience in the same comedy. Shir!ey Sinttnoos as Pierrot and Miss Attah Marie Leiand an Pierette in "Aittker of [)t'<;tins." demonstrated t)i;-it' abiiity on tite ])iay of taut sprint Wife." The iigitting effects, which were so etahorate at the first Green Mask pro- duction, due to the supervision of Nor man Hut'd flicker. wiii be even more so in the second performanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1920

THE THRESHER Votume V. IHCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON TEXAS, MAY 1 1930 Number 24 cn MSi MS SMM sums RICE HAS MANY STARS IN CAST Of THESE PLAYS "Maker of Dreams"; "Trifles' "O' Ftaretty V.C." P!ayed to FuHHousesThurg. & Fri. The "Green Mask Players" presented their second bill of their first theatrical season before a crowded house of inter- ested patrons at the auditorium of the South End Junior High Schooi on the night of Thursday, April 29th. Their second biii proved to be even more in- teresting and even better acted than their first—the unusual tack of "ama- teur appearance" being a great tribute to Miss Julia Hogan, director of the piayers. In the first play, "The Maker of Dreams," Miss Anah Marie Leland play- ed the part of the dainty little Pierrette. In love with the coid and mercenary Pierrot, Shirley Simons. The setting of this play was beautifully lighted by a soft amber glow against the encircling cyciorama- The flickering light from the hearthi and the cool iight of the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1920

THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ciass matter October 17, 1916, at the PostoKice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates ^ ^ * ( 10c per copy Thresher OtTice Room 104, Administration Building PaulI-.Bobb,'20, Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Caldwell McFaddin, '21 Managing lulilor HillC. Gresham,'22 Society Editor Louise Moore,'22 Associate Editor Helen South, '21 Athletic Editor......... ^< K. M. Winsborough,'22 Circulation Manager A. H.Cain,'22 Assistant Circulation Manager K. O. Arnold, '23 [IxchangeKditor H.E.Payne,'22 REPORTERS FOR THIS ISSUE ARE diamine Alitts [oe Shannon M. H. Alexander I. O.Arnold 1-TancesFoote LucyZimmer Ri)s;itieHenn)]ii!) W .M. Darling Norman HurdRicker i!. Dronittiet M. S. McCort]uoda!e I.. Ehfenfetd A H l im it ITY ( OMimU H. in a new institution, systems neces- sarily are dtvlopednluwly, and with a painstaking process. Few successful insti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1920

Freshmen Discuss Plans For Next Year's Slimes At a recent meeting of the Freshman (Haas considerable interest was shown in the selection of a head piece for next year's SHmes. The class president wouid have the caps something ciassy and distinctive, that the Freshmen may be proud of them, but some others of the ciass prefer that the idea of hazing be carried out in the caps, which wiii necessitate their being as dinky and fooiish looking as possible. The Thresh- er refuses to take any permanent stand on this momentous question, but, nevertheless, it does seem that the caps should truly be Slime caps and not something that would make the Fresh- men feei prouder of themselves than ever. The object of ail hazing is to humble a Freshman's false pride and make his iife in coliege be for Rice and not for himself. A committee of three was appointed to make two selections of caps and report later to the class for a Hnal decision. The Freshmen also agreed at the meeting not to wear overalls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 May 1920

YOUNG MEN! This is for You Bfg ReJuc/t'ons on Men 5 Ox/orJs an J Mg/:<S/ioes A/en 's Ojr/of Js and /Vtg/) 5Aoe^ in Brou)n Brotrn Co//, r,'c/ AT/J and B/ac^ Ca//\ Straight last, bluch- er, combinations and English last. Your unrestricted choice of any Man's Oxford or High Shoes as follows. Values up to $!2 on sate at MS Values up to $)5 onsa)$at m.95 OPPOStTE RtChL HO t EL 513 MAtN There is no gift that so tittingty rewards the gradu- ate as a reai watch. Here you wit) tind a selection of oniy those grades which we know wiit give service—and, be a real gift to the young man or woman on cont- im-ncement day — ant] Hie years of life ttiat t'ottow. L. LECHENCEB JEWELER 4)5 MAtN !!!!!!imU!!r!m!)!!H!!ll!!!lli:!!m!!!ll!!T A. M. LEVY 4<)'< Travis St. Youngmeti s Spring atid Summer Suits eteganHy tailored of ait woo! matertals. n $14.95 $17.95 $24.95 Young men's snappy/up to the minute stytes in shoes. $6.45 $8.85 $9.85 A. M. Levy /VenncA's PAarmact/ Fannin and Eagle Sts. —————— PAo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1920

THE THRESHER Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 13. 1920 DUDLEY JAR VIS IS ELECT- ED PRES. STUDENTS ASSN. Gresham is Editor Thresher for ! 920-2! —Three Hundred Forty Six Votes Cast In the election held May 5th for stu- dent offices, Dudley Crawford Jarvis, ne Jarvis and sometime an Inhabitant of Terrell. Texas, was elected to the high- est office in student activity, namely— President of the Students' Association. The "first lady" of the school will be—weH,. perhaps, we had better not say. Mr. Jarvis should make a very good president; he has ability; we say this grudgingly, as he has different po- litical beliefs from some of us—he is a Prohibitionist. Seriously, we al) hope that the year 1920-21 may be a great one for Rice. It is customary to say that an elec- tion day dawned fair and clear, that it remained clear and passed peacefully. May 5th did. Three hundred forty-six votes were polled. Part of this number of voters paused to ballot before strag- gling to Business ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1920

THE THRESHER, MAY 13, 1930 THE THRESHER A weekiy periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as aecond-class matter October 17, 191$, at the Fostotfice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. a-' ^ Thresher OiTice Room 104, Administration BuHding Hi)] C. f iresham, '22, Editor-in-Chief Bttsittess ^tanager CaidweU McFaddin,'21 Assistant Business Manager Clinton Dutton,'22 Managing Editor James L. Autry, '21 Society Editor ...... Louise Moore. '22 Associate Editor..... Helen South, '21 Athletic Editor ................................ R. M. Winsborough, '22 Circulation Manager A. B.Cain,'22 'Assistant Circulation Manager E. O. Arnold, '23 Exchange Editor B.F.Payne,'22 REPORTERS FOR THIS ISSUE ARE: ).<misl.hrenfe!d Joe Shannon E. \V. Humason Hcssic Smith R. O. itford E. B. Upshaw )\. Van Brown P. 1. Bohb W. M. Darling E. O. Arnold A UKt HAMUHit ()! (K. THH SHOW. Haylur University has organized n iiayior Chain )wr of Cbuuneree. which i...

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