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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 October 1920

. n ."'S, M'-. VOLUME V! MCE !NST!TUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 15, 1920 NUMBER 5 i.4mj)MA$H[P Cii WHE4N Meeting WiM Count Much for Better Co-opera- tion Between Houston and One of Her Great Assets. The Rice Salesmanship Club meet- ing will be spdung at 12:15 sharp to- day. If you are one of the lucky hundred you want to grab a ride as soon as your 10:30 class is out, and camp in the big bait room of the Rice Hotel until the festivities begin. We are going to be there in big style. The band will make a little noise, and we all will make more. When the food has been inhaled with due gusto, the quartette, the duet, and the vocal stars begin to charm the au- dience with their performances. When properly hypnotized, the speakers of the day will be introduced, and with the backing of that gang of cut-throats, Rice is going to be sold, body and soul, to the business men of Houston. Wademan begins the fireworks at high speed, and following him is a Uttie more high-pressure work by Winsboro...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 October 1920

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS . iW) THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Bice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-oiass matter October 17, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office. .Room 104, Administration Bidg. HiH C. Gresham Editor-in-Chief Fred Hargis Business Manager R. B. Upshaw Managing Editor OCTOBER 15, 1920. OFF TO TULANE. AUR TEAM leaves this evening for New Orleans " and with them goes the spirit of Rice. That team is our most cherished possession, the pride of every Rice man and woman. We are with them always—in their victories and if there be need—more sureiy in their defeats. We must see them to the station and as the train moves away convey to them the spirit of cheer in our hearts. We must meet them on their return and joyfully escort them back to the Owl roost. White the men are at Tuiane the Rice students wiii be anxiousl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 October 1920

7 ^ '#-)<- THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAb PAGE THREE B&' f §.* ; . - Mr. M. N. Altken witt be gtad to fit you. and a NMty Pair of Woo! Ho$e i*a anghty hard propoaidon to beat when it come! to rea! daw and $ty!e— CAMPA] MMLE $20.00 LSOC (Hy D. R. MeKee.) TRAOiTtON, YOU KNOW. !f a girlie raises Cain Becauae you kiss her once, Juat teii her she's an ignorant foot, Or a ttttte siiiy dunce. But if she changes Cain to —! When you change once to twice, Juat teti her it's a cuBtom With the men who go to Rice. TAN CALFS )n Edwin Ctapp Make TAN LOTUS CALP8K)N, Howard & Poster make $15.00 OENUiNE WtNE CORDOVAN. Howard & Poster Make $15.00 BLACK WAX CALFSKiN, Howard & Foster make $15.00 THOSE WOOL HOSE in speeiaistyies, the pair... $2.00 TUFFLY & SCOGONS SHOE COMPANY 524 Main St. Ground Floor Rice Hotel THE LUMBERMANS NATIONAL BANK Capita!, Surplus and Profits Over One MiHion Dollars HOUSTON, TEXAS OFF!CER8 S. F. CARTER. President GUY M. BR VAX. Active Vice Pres. R. P. NICH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 October 1920

PAGE FOUR .'"t THE THRESHER, H< OH. SHiPLEY WeM. Oar C!a6 #OM€ 5oon io Open (Continued from Page 1. Cots. 3 and 4) America received credit for the de velopment of the steam engine, for de- velopments in modem educational methods, for the advancement of the use of eiectrica! apparatus, and for the great steps made by such institu- tions as the Rockefeller Foundation and the Carnegie Endowments. WhHe speaking on "What the Pil- grim Fathers Left Behind Them." Sir Arthur made the remarkabie state- ment that "It oniy took the PUgrim Fathers a year and a hatf to find out that a communistic form of govern ment would not work." Hesaid. 'The whotecrowd worked oniy as much as the laziest feliow. and a change had to be made." Throughout the whoie series he has not retracted a single step from the weH-founded Angto-Saxou socia) sys- tem. Unlike many of the great edu- cationai masters of the present time, he sticks to zootogy and does not ilabble with theories outside his par !icu)ar branch. ...

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

P;'". w -- ^s'4'- Kf,:-.'-.' VOLUME V! MCE !NSTTTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 22, 1920 NUMBER 6 amsrttn mm Dignity Lost in Struggle When Party b Held. MCE SOLD TO CnYS SALESMEN Houston Business Men for the Insti- tnte. are The annua! Stunt Party given by the Woman's Councit for the new girls came off with the usual snap, full fo fun and ctever "take-offs." The iowiy Freshmen found out how joiiy the usualty staid upperctassmen can be when they forget their dignity. Each woman's ciub presented a stunt be- fore the open-eyed audience of Fresh- men seated three deep on chairs and floor in the rest room. „ Miss Gessner Lane acted as master or rather mistress of ceremonies, to present each group with a brief in- troduction. Etizabeth Baidwin Lit presented Mr. Hitdewop, the wonderful ventriloquist with his two latest dummies. Hilda Wail. Ha Brown and Julia Pteasants managed several clever hits on iocal and other conditions of interest. TheY.W.C. A. sponsored the ap- pearance of Mlie. Cozy ...

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

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! pubiiahed by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office-Room 104, Administration Bidg. HiH C. Gresham Editor-in-Chief Fred Hargis Business Manager R. B. Upshaw Managing Editor OCTOBER 22, 1920. OUR BIG CHANCE. niCE HAS BEFORE HER just now a great op- portunity. If one is familiar with the influ- ence which the athletic reputation of a school ex- erts over prospective students, it is needless to stress what it would mean to Rice to win the conference football championship. Why did most of the boys you know who went to A. and M. to study engineering go there instead of to Rice? Was it because they thought that A. and M. had the better courses in engineering, or because they were especially anxious to get military training? You know it was not. It was becaus...

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

HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE Mr. M. N.,Aithen wit) be g at) to fit you. # ! and a Nifty Pair of Woo! Ho$$ hamSghty ^ ^ hard proposition to beat i! _ . .. t , Rn JF CAMPA when R comes to red p MM dan and style— TAN CALFS in Edwin Ciapp Make $20.00 TAN LOTUS CALFSKiN, Howard & Foster wake $15.00 QENUiNE WiNE CORDOVAN, Howard & Footer Make S1S.OO BLACK WAX CALFSKtN, Howard & Footer make $15.00 TH08E WOOL H03E in speeiai styies, the pair v2evV TUFFLY & SC0GG!NS SHOE COMPANY 524 Main St. Ground Floor Rice Hote! & WAW^W. . .W AV.V^*AW.W Listen FeUows—Never go thirsty but come to the "Owl." I will be glad to serve you. L MR. KHBLER. ^ o cTE Ty j (Edited by Anah Maria Letand.) Tongue Dance. The annua! E. B. L. 8. and P. A. L. 8. "tongue dance" occurred iast Wednesday afternoon at the Commons. This event ia a socta! as weU as busi- ness affair. The perspective member of the club were Invited, and with their programs flHed, were "rushed" by various members of either literary club—t...

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

'' " PACE rout THE JSH* TjBXAH 555?- ' ^ /Vu/cAFnwn & MfcAeM Co. TULAMK OAMK. 'A^ Young mM who have the proper ideas and correct taste as to Dress, know wi^on^ &e- ing toM that #arf ScAalfner <& Marx CoMege Togs meet aM tAe reqnirements of Finished Sty!e, Perfect Fit, Highest QuaHty Furthermore, that, Quality and Workman- ship considered, the price is a!ways right— moderate, in facf. Where to get them—and the new hats to suit? \Viy coarse at the Hutchinson & MitcheM Company Wome of Mart .Sc/taf/ner & ATarx 404 Main Street TULANE CONTEST Has as Guest Dr. Both Leave for the North. (Continued from Page 1, Cot. 8.) Cunningham makes one yard over, tackle. Cunningham ma ken Hve over tackte and Dyer one. Kennedy punts to Nagte. who in downed on 50-yard j ttne. ' Nagte makes ftve yarda over center and three around end. A forward pass nets 15 yarda. First down for Tutane. I Pass fatted. Another fatted. field goat faits. Rice's batt on 20-yard tine, j —- Kenedy makes th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 October 1920

#on o/^ Rrce NOTICE S tution of the Students Assooiatton of )Moe institute The cpj^titution was drawn up by & student eommittee upon the organization of the associa- tion in iHM. and provides ^ fuH for the present system of setf-goveru- ment. Rvery Rice man or woman. COWSTtTUTtON. apd a!so the minutes of a!i coiiege FOiiowing ta a copy of the consti- meetings. Heshal! attend to the correspondence of the Association and perform such other duties aa are performed,^by the Secretary of auch a body. (c) The treasurer of the Associa- tfor. sha!! !teep at! its moneya and shad pay out name on!y on order of and especia!!y every Freshman, is} the Councii. On or before the second urged to read ft carefuily: 'Monday of each term of each year CONBTrrUTKW OF* THE STUDENTthe "hat) present to the Student Coun A8SOClAT!ON. ; ct) for auditing and pubiication an ! itemized account of the receipts and Arttcte )—Name. disbursements made by him on be- The name of thia Association shai! hatf of the St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 October 1920

PA0Z8M THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS Our N* wDatty Rseogirting. "No, " declared the young husband. fervently. "! can never forget my wife's birthday. !t faits on the day that Babe Ruth made his twenty etghth home run." "Sure." satd the shipping clerk. "8ure ! had a vacation. ! was—lem- me see—I watt away trom Babe Ruth's eighteenth to his twenty-fuorth four- bagger." "Given under my hand and sea)." read the iawyer, ponderously, "on this day of Babe Ruth's thirty-first home run iu the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty." 'Detectives are investigating the odd disappearance of William Won ' This is a representative party of the participants of the i'reshntatt parade, "les " thus a poiice report "Mr Wog- Kvery one of these slimes must he at the game tomorrow afternoon with even Sies'was iast seen on the day of Babe, "'"''f Ruth's twenty-ninth home run. or. ac-j — —— ——————— . eordlng to the otd form of reckoning, WELD MtWATMSFM CMMCMTY HOUSE AM Sort# o( TM<n$ for Bene- fit ...

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

BR VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 29, 1920 NUMBER 7 ALL MCE AND TEXAS SIUDES TO PULL PARADE AND PEP MEETMG FRIDAY Spirit of Last Pew Day! to Be Capped by Big Event. Never before in the history of the Mice Institute has coHege spirit waxed us high as in the past week. Increas- ed interest has been taken in prepa- ration for the roming footbaii game with the Texas University which is staged for tomorrow afternoon. Tonight Is the date set for the finai pep meeting of the student body and Rice boosters when they wit! form a parade at the corners of Main Street and Lamar Avenue. Sharply at 7:30 the parade wiii begin its line of march. The procession wiil be led by the Rice institute band and Shorty Mayer. The Salesmanship Rice Boost- ers wi!l be on hand with a band to strengthen the student body with noise making. Every sudent and par- ticipant of the parade is urged to bring some instrument along with them with which to make the oid town ring with Rice enthusiasm tonig...

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

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS ,-Wn THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office..Room 104, Administration Bldg. Hii! C. Gresham Editor-in-Chief Fred Hargis Business Manager R. B. Upshaw Managing Editor OCTOBER 29, 1920. ! "The melancholy days have come The saddest of the year." Ho we'H hear the Longhom wait As he runs from the Ow! in fear. o In answer to a question by Dr. Conkltn, Freshman Oreen had the nerve to say that 8yntM was a tax on sin. PLANS FOR THE COMIC. N A RECENT ISSUE The Thresher commented upon the proposed comic magazine. Further discussion on the campus, and more thought from the interested students, has ied to several suggestions, which The Thresher feeis can well be expressed at this time. It seems that the idea of a comic mag...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE BP, -* - CtAM OHOAMUM. The MWMtlattha of tha chum At naw eamplete with the <m- onuneemeat of the committee* which will h*ad!e tffttr* pertAining to KW!Mt!0K. The Mtowtug committee* has beam appointed: FiMMMse: ChartM P. Wilson. chair- man; H<trold Atkinaon. Mlaa M. Rice. Caaea: B*a Button, chairman; Wil- !et WHaoa. Caldvetl MeFaddin. Capa aad Gowna: Miaa M. L. Hogg, chairman: George Poweil. Miss Heten South. Riaga: Dudley Jarvis. chairman; Maude Campbeii, Maicoim Lovett. Patroaa: J. L. Autt-y, chairman; R. O. Wiiiifora. Maicoim Lovett, Marie Louise Hogg, Minnie Rice. invites: Van Brown, chairman; Buddy Rose, Kathieen Gemmer. Go lovely Rose! Teii him that wastes his time and me That now he knows, Why t resetnMe him to thee. How sweet and tair he seems to be. Heiene. HBMHOTS MMtMMCT F ANMiM AND EAGLE NTS. Phone Hadiey 44 COMQKMATtOMAL OLU* TO MKKT MtXT WKOMtMOAV Speaker Ma'ioin Lovett has caiied the first meeting of the Congressional Club for We...

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

PAGE FOUR THwr THRKHHRH HOUSTON. TEXAS '" 77, r**, MePAOOlN TO AOK THAT COUWOt. ELECT JUW!OK EOiTOR CAMPANtLE Bditorln-Chlef of the Campanile Caldwell McFaddin wiii ask that the Student Council caH an election for , the junior editor of the Campanile, ac- cording to a statement recently made. The council has provided that a Junior be chosen to assist in editing the Rice year book, and Editor McFaddin is de- B&ous of having the choice made at once so that he may proceed with his work. No one has yet been suggested for the place, and Editor McFaddin states that in looking over the rolls of the Junior ciass he finds no one of the catibre that he desires who is not al- ready busily engaged in some student activity. The Junior editor will be recom- mended for editor of the Campanile next year, and without doubt will be eiected. Whoever is chosen for that position wiii. in atl probability, be- come the editor next year. Community House to Enter- tain Visiting Episco- palians. The Epis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 October 1920

*?, = =- !UW §AWB W WKAH TM^tK MKW UMtfOHM* TOM OW WOW. The Aioe Bamd ie keeping step with the ether neMviUee in the Inetitute tad kas pians for improvement in every way Wnt wiil Add something of pep : ' Ca the gamee end to the whole school.} The Bead ia now compoaed of SO pieces and they ere in better shape then they have been this yeer. Thero more interest in the work end the practices are being weii attend- ed. Monday is a reguiar practice day severe) special practices ere be-i put in tMs week. t any epectal stunts and attractive have been rehearsed and Rice j ta are going to see a real, peppy i come out on the field Saturday] before the Texas game. The; wii! meet in the cinb house and j don their new uniforms which are ] !y attraotive. Bach member wear bine trousers, gray shirts, ties, and esp^ci#!!y designed caps. The Band ha§ aWo learned songs that are distinctively Rice songs and wiU piay them at every opportunity for the student body to sing. The singing part of Rice's pep m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 October 1920

PAGE MX *t.M CLUE MKHTMM) MOTMWHO. Atta^T<§ng)hi! 20% Reduction on <d! Suits and Overcoats HatHestein's ctothes are made with unusual character. They have an elegance of style which instantiy appeats to coHege men. $75 Suits & Overcoats $60 $70 Suits & Overcoats $56 $65 Suits & Overcoats $52 $55 Suits & Overcoats $44 $50 Suits & Overcoats $4Q $45 Suits & Overcoats $36 Battelstein's CIS MAIN ST. 618 MAIN ST. The Thresher thia year haw grown in many ways over that of last year. The moat noticeaMe change is in the number of coiumns, of which there are aix to laat year's five. Exchange letters are being sent ou' every week to fifty or more of the principai colleges and newspapera in the country. The Thresher receives weekly documents from them, and in some instances wireiess messages have been received from A. and M and other near cotiegeB. Some of these ietters have appeared on the front page of the different uni versity publications. Aiso, in the ex- chan...

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

VOLUME VI MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 5, 1920 NUMBER 8 R. 'v' ' W<'.- 'S*.; SEAT PROYBMNS FOR B!G CONTEST OaMomia - Stanford Game W!M Be Seen From Packed Stand*. (Wlreiess News Letter Service) Berkeley, Cat., Oct. 28. Students may apply for one ticket to the rooters' section and two reserva- tions in the alumni Meaohers for the Californta-Stanford big game on No- vember 20. Applications for seats will be received by the graduate manager only on t egular printed forms which were distributed to aii students and mailed to alumni on October 11. ' The applications will be accepted in the following manner: First, students ! in the rooters' section, then alumni in the alumni section, then students i in the alumni section. California and Stanford have similar forms and the rules of distribution of tickets are the eame in both univer- sities. The seating capacity of the Cali- fornia bleachers is now 27,000 and a i number of additional seats will be built. One hundred boxes of ...

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

FACE TWO THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 1?, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office..Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAP? 1MMH Fred D. Harsh. 23 Business Manager Hill C. Qresham. 22 Editor-in-Chief H. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. V. M. UariiM, '22 News Editor Lucy Ztmmer. '21 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell. '22 Ass t Editor M. H. Alexander. '22 Athletic Editor Brittain F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor E. O. Arnold ,'2:t Feature Editor * REPORTERS FOR TH)8 18SUE ARE: H S. Bickford A. D. Batjer Virginia At well Carter Otey M. S. McCorquodale E. H. Ehrenfeidt BU8iNESS DEPARTMENT. B F. Mayer, '22 Circulation Manager F. H. Guffy, '22 Ass't Circulation Manager Clinton L. Mutton. '22 Advertising Robert Maurin. '24 Advertising W R. Robertson. '23 Advertis...

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

TUFFLY & SCOGGINS SHOE CO. FOR THIS W!NTER One gUmpse will tell you this heavy brogue is made for winter. There'B no compromise. There's a twang of win- ter in its heavy leather, and substantia! making. In Genuine Wine Cordovan. $17.00 In Brown Russia CaM $15.00 !n Black Cordovan $15.00 MADE BY HOWARD & FOSTER TUFFLY & SCOMMS SHOE COMPANY 524 Ground Floor Main Street Rice Hotel Winter Weights and twgths. Union Suits in AM Weights and Ma- "Humptt! I suppose you've bean everywhere?" said Cib- 8M iencea. '*Wo, " reptted the traveler. "Not everywhere. I haven't yet visited the ptace the taxi-driver toM me to go when I refused to tip him. " SALESMAN JOB. *2b'10 414 Main St. CO. The OF HOUSTON Houston, Texas CAPITAL . SUEPMJS - DEPOSITS $ 2,000,00#.0# $ $00,000,00 $2$,000,000.00 A. L. a To welcome the new members, the Pallas Athene Ltterary Society had a Haiiowe'en party Tuesday Miss HemphUt read a clever, origina) ghost story, and than the new members had to try their lock at...

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

PAGE FOUR THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TKXAH "A [MAM'S STORE !0) MAM NOW! DOVER'S DRASTIC PMCE REDUCTIONS A mercHess revision of prices on Men's Ciothing Embracing every Suit and Overcoat in our stock. Including the Famous Col- legian and High-Art Makes Our cash policy enables us to sacrifice a!) profits without taking too great a ioss, for every saie made in this store is for cash oniy. In other ^vords, there are no doubtfui accounts to be charged against the cost of our merchandise. DOVER'S A MAN'S STORE 308 MAiN TEXAS BEATS ME RAHOEXCHAME MWAMAUU Watson tore off M yards through a broken field. Ellis gained four through right tackle. A pass was broken up and Watson was thrown back against right tackle. Watson j passed to MoCuUough for 16 yards.!! Interna Bills gained five around right end and ] , * ^ Vowel) four with a fake play around tMMMM Exchange 0! left. Watson hit right taokle for a News. yard, and lost two on his next at tempt. Rice was penalized five yards. offside. With the bal...

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