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

VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TE^AS, NOVEMBER :2, 1920 NUMBER 9 BAYLOR AND T. C. U. Piay Last Came m Contract This Year. Strained relations between Baylor and Texas Christian Pnlveralties will probably leod to the discontinuance of athletic relations between these two schools, according to word received here. Inasmuch a^ the great rivalry between these two schools is we!) known throughout the state, the an nouncement has met with great inter- est. 'The game between the Bears and Horned Frogs the iast Saturday of the Cotton Paiace wii) probabiy mark the iast meeting of Athletic teams of the two institutions. The fray wiii mark the expiration of a two-year contract which is not expected to be renewed. For some years the meetings of Bay- lor and T. C. U. resulted in free-for- alis. Of iate the games have not re- sulted in fights, but ha^ been most bitterly fought contests. ^Both Baylor and T. C. U. expect to fill in the va- cancies in their schedules with games which they have been...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1920

HHiws!! PACK TWO 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 Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. THE ALL-STUDENT BAND. THE THRESHER wishes to congratulate the * band upon its initial appearance a# a strictly student organization. There is no comparison between the snap, spirit and reaHy exhilirating music which it showed at Daiias and its recent Subscription Rates. .(2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office..Room 104, Administration Bidg. * THRESHER STAR? 1MMM Fred D. HarKi*. '22 Business Manager HtU O. Gresham. '33 Editor-in-Chief R. B Upshaw. '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. W. H. DsnHmg, 'M .7. News Bditor Lacy Zimmer. '21 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '22 Ass't Editor M. H. Alexander. '22 Athletic Editor Brtttain F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor N. O. Arnold ,'23 Feature Editor REPORTERS FOR THIS )SSUE ARE: R. S BicMord A. D. Batjer...

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

WpHUB j^Myeomp!*iaed befOM th* thirty-* txth wttte w<n nUMad that, **The woman !a the home ia ohanad with the reaponsibility of rearing her cMMren: 'ha maat took cnrefaMy nfter the achool andthe pinoea of amuse- meat: she maat tngw that the park' aw aii right far her aona and damh- tara. K oae of them coaa wrong, than the Hrat qneation aaked fa, Where ia the mother?' Yet aha haa no voica fa framing the iawa which govern in the, adhooia, the piacea of amwaement and the parka. She muat accept atat- atea aa they are made, and thereby ahe ia denied not on!y her right, but hu- manity is a!so denied a right.' HOMK! (By one who haa been there.) HOME—the axia about whteh ait man's thoughta, tdeata and ambit- ions revoive. HOME—the refuge of the young, thu middie aged and the old. HOME—the poaaeasion of one ia wealth in itaeif. HOME—the backbone of a nation, the aheiter of loved ones, the origin, of aouia. HOME—where mother ia. HOME—a spot dear to the hearts of aii living things. HOME—cav...

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

PACE you* MAMMOTH tTAOHlM. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 10.—Work on tha Univaraity of Washington'a nav stadium, which is to be opened by the Dartmouth-Washington football Kama November 27. fa weU under way and ft is now certain that tha fieid will ba raady for tha big East va. West grid- iron battle. The concrate stand at one aide of the field is entirety com- peted and twenty rows of seats have aiready been finished on the other side. R Keep your fingers crossed, wear your hat backwards, carry a horse shoe, and make slimes wear rain coats aii the week. There may not be any- thing in !uck but we cannot afford to take any chances. -—&— Our pat gripe ia that co-ed with o a big hat who aiwaya oozes up in front of us and puta her noae on the bulls tin board glass before she reads. Herbert (Adam) Bailey, '19, ia work- ing in the offices of the United States Railway Administration in Memphis, Tenn. N'ity Hats The season's favorite* model has a narrow brim, decidedly curted. Shown in ait the n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1920

'A*""" LM msoux $15 b $35 TUFFLY & SCOGCtNS SHOE CO. ' -.-<' ' FOR HHS One glimpse will tell you this heavy brogue ia made for winter. There's no compromise There's a twang of win ter in ita heavy leather, and substantia! making. !n Genuine Wine Cordovan $17.00 $15.00 In Brown Russia CaM In Black Cordovan $15.00 MADE BY HOWARD & FOSTER K Ground Floor Rice Hotel 524 Main Street issr: S&&.' t - , .- t"' . SILK HALF HOSE Fui! fashioned, in soiod colors, Mack white, in all sizes; reduced as follows: Was $2.50, now $1.65 Was $1.50, now $1.10 Was $1.25, now 85c LISLE HALF HOSE Was 85c, now 55c Was 60c, now 40c Was 85c, now 25c OMMAM**' tAMTOt Les Hiboux met Tuesday night. No- vember 8 at the home of Margaret At- kinson. The question of new members was taken up and then games were piayed, which caused a great deal of amusement. Coffee and sandwiches were served and the meeting adjourn- ed after singing La Marseillaise. Those members who were not present missed a very enj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 November 1920

SMOiMa^HiMQ OCfAKTMKMT TO HAVK LSCTURt SATUHOAY The engineering faculty of the Insti- ute plans to give a half dosen abort lectures to the Freshman and Sopho- more engineers In a body. They plan to discuss the R!ee engineering course, its purposes. the mistakes commonly made by young engineers, the rutea and requirements of the Institute in general. They p!an. tater, to discuss the work, prospects, aaiariea and tit\es of differ- ent engineers. Their purpose is "not oniy to help the engineering student to make an in- tetiigent Beiection of his iife work, but to aid him in avoiding probation and in understanding the good reasons be- hind every requirement for the course. The first ienture wiii be given in the physics amphitheatre at 10:30 Satur- day. the 13th. on "The Training of an Engineer." The second will come at the same hour and piace on the follow- ing Saturday. November 20. and will tea) with the Institute's standards and the common mistakes which result in a student going on ...

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

;%^- *.^'- KB** * ?i - .3$ #'-.&S .-''''-nS tag] r .t^'V 'W '!'''''Y\' VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 19, 1920 NUMBER 10 REGCLATEDANCES Governor Rasseil to Pat Down Uprising Jackaon, Mist., Nov. 18.—Governor Russell haa returned from the univers- ity where he attended a meeting of the board of trustees of the several col- leges, called to see it the student up- rising oouid not be put down without injuring the institution. The governor talked freely about the matter, saying that the uprising was participated in by a comparative- ly few boys, and the faculty had pun- ished three or four of them by dis- missing them. That action on the part of the faculty, was heartily en- dorsed by the trustees, and a resolu- tion to that effect was adopted, which concluded as follows: "And we want to place ourselves on Tecord as standing ready to give them all due encouragement in the appre- hending and punishing of all other not yet apprehended, and to give them our full co-o...

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

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS ' - ' TUt? TUDCCMPD ***JL * A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered aB 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 Bldg. AN "R" FOR THE YELL LEADER. A MAN does not get out and put the best of ** himself into football or any other sport every day during the training season, every year for four years, solely in the hope of winning "R'a" for himself. Neither do the men and women be- hind the student publications put in their share of time steadily throughout the year just for their "R's" with the quill. There is primarily a love for the school, and a love for "the game," whatever it is, behind them all. ^ Yet anything which takes a 6oilege student^ time, however much he may like to do it, both for its own sake and the sake of the school, en- tai...

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

... - fHB THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS PAGE THREE ^ , I?#.- . TUFFLY & 8COGGINS SHOE CO. Mr. Attken of me* at Store Saturdays One glimpse will tell you this heavy brogue Is made for winter. There's 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 Calf $15.00 In Black Cordovan $15.00 MADE BY HOWARD & FOSTER TUFFLY & SC0CGMS SHOE COMPANY 524 Main Street Ground Floor Rice Hotei Get Your Kodak Supplies From COTTRILL'S TEXAS PHOTO 8UPPLY CO. 1017 TEXAS AVE. The onty Exctu^lve Kodak Home )n Houston If not—do so now. For information in Regards to This investment See C.E.FRANK Union Centra) Life insurance Co. 412 Mason Bidg. Phone Pres. 6034 412 Mason Btdg. P. 6054 HEADQUARTERS for Rice^ Students when in town. Come in and try our delicious Ice Cream and So- da Fountain Drinks. Bring Us Your Kodak De- veloping We Handle Jacob's Candies Rice Phnmacy, fnc. Texas and Tfdvis DOVER'S % PRICE CLOTHING S...

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

' & % '; n"''' HE;' ' PAGE FOUR L- R:' MISS MARJORtE NORTH Miss Majoite North, popular co-ed, represented Rice at the Waco Cot- ton Palace. Miss North's gown was of an, exquisite and skilful design, em- bodying the Rice coiors of grey and biue. The skirt was of filmy grey tutie, white the bodice was composed of bine velvet. The train was designed in the form of an owi, and was ex trenieiy attractive and nove!. Sequins formed the head, siver cioth the wings, and blue velvet finished with a touch of feathers, the body. ..; * Mi8S —Photo by Texas Studio. ELLAN FARRAR Miss Eiien Farrar accompanied Miss North as her maid of honor. Miss Farrar was very attractive in a com- bination of pink veivet with tulle drap- ery. Pink seguins on the bodice and train added to the soiid coior of the gown, the whole giving the lovely ef- fect which aiways accompanies certain shades of coior. LES HtBOUX. The meeting of Les Hiboux will take place on Monday, November 22 at 8 p. m. instead of on Tuesday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

' ^ * " S'. * * ' ' *' VOLUME V! MCE !N8TTTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 2S, 1920 NUMBER U FOR ENDOWMENT Campaign M M Jan. i— ComeMian Coanct! fo 7a^e Hp r#)TM af y^af jTimc. Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 21.—The Cornell Semicentennial Endowment fund cam- paign, which has been in progress a little more than a year, has up to the present time netted in payments and pledges $5,293,416, exclusive of special gifts. The campaign will be continued untii the end of the year, when it wiU be turned over to the Cor- nellian Council. The campaign, which was not active- ly carried on over the summer, was reopened several weks ago al over the country and subscriptions are be- gipntnc to come in. The main effort this fall, however, will be centered on the New York State campaign, and on cleaning up those regions which have not been thoroughly covered hereto- fore. The first benefits from the new en- dowment fund have come to the,.uni- versity in increase in salaries of pro- fessors and instructors. The est...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

PAGE TWO EMANUEL rOBEA MAMML ^OMSE (By Catdwsit MePaddin.) The new Community House for Rice institute Is aiready under way. The root is unfinished it is true, but so is the foundation. But the house is un- der way, which way, we don't know. And ail Rice students are thoroughly glad. Several demonstrations have al- ready taken place and it is heard that two more bonfires and pep meetings are planned for the next week. For years, we have hoped and prayed for this moment, this final moment of triumph when we, proudly expanding our individual chests, should be able to says that our great grand-children will have the joy of saying that their great grand-children will be the first to break ground for the cornerstone. And at last we can say it. Truly this is a joyous Thanksgiving, for we can give thanks for the bright and now assured future, as well as for the equally bright past. And the work of this nobie institu- tion in the past has been nothing short of wonderful. Each Sunday morning,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

Omr Letter MmnB A. L. CAHH, FOam* HlOa HTUOKNT, WH!TM LBTTBB TO THE TWMMWt* Hill 0. OrM)h*m. Editor Thresher, Rice Institute, Houston. Texts. * Chicago, M. Nov. IS.—Dear Ores- ham; I have bean reading the few copies of The Thresher that I have re- ceived with treat interest. In my opinion yon are doing far better work than any editor of the paper has ever done, and I have known it from its first copy. The paper that a school puts out is an embiem of the sehooi; it is a per- sonification of the atmosphere and the spirit. The paper along with the char- acter of the athletic director. I think, can have the greatest effect on shap- ing the spirit of the school. They can make gentlemen and thoroughbreds in action, or they can create the un- sportsmanlike attitude. I think you understand what I mean. for. unfor- tunately, we have had examples in our own state of both kinds of schools. Of all the Eastern schools, i think Princeton creates the most genteel and manly atmosphere, and you can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

PAGE FOUR t 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 Fostoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8,1879. JEB- Subscription Rates..(2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office..Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. HiH C. Gresham, '32 Bditor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargis, M Buaineas Manager R. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Bditor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A. D. Batjer, '23 News Editor Lucy Zimmer. '21 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '22 Assistant Editor M. H. Alexander, '22 Sports Editor B. F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor E. O. Arnold, '23 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '22 Circulation Manager F. H. Guffy, '22 Assistant Circulation Manager Clinton L. Dutton. '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR THIS ISSUE ARE: R. S. Bickford Carter Otey L. EhrenfeM J. H. Rafferty NOVEMBER 25,1920. WELCOME HOME, ALUMNI! THANKSGIVING DAY has become a time dedi- * cated t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

PACK , OXFORD ...= r that *M worn aomeMy M weU M s?- ^ K ; ^'' SyS''. ' PLA!N TOE TURN SOLES ar UwUCa* MB. M. N. AITKIN of Bice Institute ie at ow etore on Sntturdaye. TUFFLYSCOCCMS SHOE CO. ! THK aPtOK O' HFK. Juilus Caesar (having out himself while shavimg): "—T?? * * !!!" T. L^binius: "What ho, my lord, what hot" Jute: "GtHette, d—t. Oillette!"—Ex- ohMge. K a follow tries to Mat a woman and gets away with it, he's a man; if he tries and doesn't get away with it, he's a brute; if he doesn't try to kiss her but would get away with it if he tried, he's a ooward; and if he doesn't try to kiss her and wouldn't get away with it if he did, he's a wise man.—Se- lected. . Main Street 524 Rtee Hotet Ground Ftoor Gift Granny to Ask Christmas is rapidly approaching, and it can be made the happiest Christmas in many years if yon let Gift Granny heip yon. This she will do without any cost or obiigation on your part. You mereiy give to her the names and addresses of those on your Christmas iist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

Hiis^ncaM^cA of Ricc /mhhife, a GiAto Mjccaybm^ ^ HeaHM^M ef iAe Dream o*!PHKM-NaMA Met'* Ct^i ^ EdwcoiiwL (Repubiished from the 1980 Industrial Annua! of the Houston Post, by the permission of Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett.) By Dr. Edgar Ode!) Lovett, President. A dozen years ago when a represen- tative of the trustees of the Rice In- stitute called on me in my study at Princeton, to size me up and perhaps sound me out a bit, I recalled by a curious survival of memory my first acquaintance some 15 years earlier with the new foundation. It was at the University of Virginia, where I was then living, and in a paragraph printed in a iocai paper published in the vicinity that I read of "the recent granting of a tharter to the WilHam M. Rice Institute for the advancement of iiterature. science and art, to be es- tabiished at Houston, Texas, on an endowment of $200,000 provided by the founder, Wiiliam Marsh Rice." On reading the announcement 1 did what any university educator wouid have done in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

T THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE SEVEN gt}** SanrA ^ sr;' t Eh-' &*.- ments to profeaMreMps were an- nounced M foHowa: Dr. H. A. WHeou, P. R. 8., fellow of Trinity College, Cam- bridge. and reaearch proieaaor of phyaica in McOiM University, to be professor of physics; Dr. G C. Evans, Sheidon feMow of Harvard University, to an assistant professorship of pare mathematics, on the recommendation of Professor Senator Vito Voiterra of Rome; Mr. J. 8. Huxley, university lecturer in biology at Oxford Univer- sity, schoiar of Baiiioi and Newdigate prize man, to an assistant professor- ship of bioiogy, on the recommenda- tion of the late Professor Sir WiHiam Osier of Oxford: and P. J. DanieU, Rayieigh prise man and last senior wrangler of Cambridge University, to an assistant professorship of applied mathematics, on the recommendation of Professor Sir J. J. Thomson of Cam- bridge. And as inaugurai lecturers in the fundamental sciences of mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1920

PAGE A$ Priceg Trend Downward Our shoes stand out more and more promi- nently as the great shoe buy of the day. BOSTON SHOE STORE 317 Main Get Ready For Christmas Your gifts for the home folks can best be secured at the store they trade at.—Foley's We suggest that here you will save money on any purchase you may make. Write for Free booklet on "Why He Should Buy Her'" Christmas Gift at ! P!CTURES TAKEN AT SAN MARCOS GAME '..i aueiwaee ct.ua. (Continued from 1. <XH. 4.) a specialised machine. so that the mare the collate student can become acquainted with some of its phase* before graduation, the better off he win be when he goes up against the rea! article. The pian of the new eiub wili be to present at its regular meeting* aome big buaineaa man of Houaton who ia among the ieadera in hia field, to talk to the men. Everything, including banking, insurance, lumbering, ac- counting. real eatate, wholeaaiing, cot- ton, ahipping, etc., wil! be covered. Aside from the good to be gained...

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

1 VOLUME VI MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 3, 1920 NUMBER 12 * , s. - ALUMN! ORGANIZED TINY MLB PRES'T. DR. ADDRESS; PRE-MEDS Data on DWeyent Mtdficai CaNegee Civen By BicMord The Pre-Medical Society hetd its reg- ular meeting last Wednesday night in the debating room of South Haii. A fine program was submitted. Dr. Howe!) of the chemistry department was the speaker for the evening. In his speech he explained how es- sential organic chemistry was in the study of medicine. He also described briefiy the relation of chemistry to medicine. A paper on "The Statistics on the Medica) Cotteges," was read by R. Bickford. In this paper he gave an approximate account of the different medica! cotteges and the expenses at- tached to each. The date for the next meeting will be announced tater. MCE-ARKANSASCAME ENDS FOOTBALL SEASON HAMMSERVtS MUCH CMMt ERViN F. KALB '17. 30% of Membership Present Thanksgiving The Association of Rice Atumni held its first officiai business meeting in the "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 December 1920

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper 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 Bidg. THRESHER STAFF 1920-21. Hill C. Gresham, '88 Bditor-in-CMef Fred D. Hargis, '38 Business Manager R. B. Upshaw, '81 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Carter Otey. '83 News Editor Lucy Zimmer, '31 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '33 Assistant Editor M. H. Alexander. '33 Sports Editor B F. Payne, '33 Exchange Editor E. O Arnoid, '33 Featnre Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '33 Circulation Manager F. H. Quffy, '33 Assistant Circulation Manager Clinton L. Dutton, '83 Advertising REPORTERS FOR THIS ISSUE ARE: P S. Bickford L. Ehrenfeld Archie Batjer Alma Nemir Virginia Atwell LouiBe Moore Allan Bloxotn DECEMBER 3, 1920. !S= . , ^ . TWELVE DAYS UNTIL THE FINALS...

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