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

===== OXFO^D^ that are worn correctly with fuH drees as well aa to forma! dances. _K:'L ,' S". %' Mr PATENT LEATHER TURN SOLES PLAN TOE, SM* iaUGHT METAL MR. M. N. AITKIN of Rice Institute is at our atore on Saturdays. TUFFYL SCOCCiWS SHOE CO. Main Street 524 Rloe Hotel Ground Floor BOOTH BROTHERS QUAHTY PURE ICE CREAM 517 Main Street Opposite the Rice hat ever for, WtHie?" *;So that aha kin Mok tt." "Yea. Daddy aaid we should have a tot of money tf on!y auntie would kick the ouoket!" SALESMAN JOB. 414 MAIN & Ybang JMen Of 7^M Commamfy. NECKWEAR HERE IN CHRISTMAS ARRAY At 20% Discount Wonderful Assortment in Both Open End Silks and Silk Knits. Put Up in Holiday Boxes iSO cr*ETy j HOUSTON. TEXAS more than ordinariiy welcome at the "UNION." To work with and for them in a constructive way—to iink our conservatism, experience and strength with their ability and freshness of vision, is a program that means much to this city and section. Young Men are cordiaiiy invited to bring their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 December 1920

6AMK. Nathan's 'ChaHenze Speciais" on Suits and Overcoats $ 34.50 '43.50 Don't overtook the fact that this store bases its merchandise on present market. We might say these lots are worth so and so," stating figures on the highest tide ot the market, which is long past. Instead we chaltenge COMPARI- SON. We want you to put them alongside of any other clothing in Houston, quaiity to quality and selling price to selling price. ON MA)M *' CAPtTOtT < * * * * *:* *! r"*" Hermann Bldg., The more you expect of a shoe the better pleased you wiH be with our Shoes-made for the man who demands a great dea! and appreciates get- ting it. BOSTON SHOE STORE 317 Mam 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 Handte Jacob's Candies Rice PAarmacy, inc. Texas and Travis Suits and Overcoats up to 345. YOU PAY Suits and Ovcrcoats up to $60. You PAY .... $22.50 rcoats up to $30.00 Suits and Overco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 December 1920

VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TtXAS, DECEMBER 10, 1920 NUMBER 13 TTJMS ED/romL ^^OCMHOJV R/CE r" ' GYM WORK STARTS AFTER HOUDAYS P!ans We!! Worked Out by My. Mann. The physical training department of the Rice Institute, under the supervis- ion of Mr. Mann, is now wet) establish- ed. it is to stimulate interest in phy- sical education for the men. The ptan- is to interest the student in all-round physical development rather than to have him specialize in a few events. In attempting to obtain desirable physical development of student in ed- ucational institution, one frequently considers only the obligatory require- ments laid down by the school authori- ties in this branch of general educa- tion. An incentive should, however, be placed before the students to at- traat^em to active and stimulating interest not only in one or two kinds of work, but in all-round physical ac- tivities. The lowest margin of this attractive stimulus should be fairly within reach of the average scholar;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 December 1920

PAGE TWO THE THBESHEK. HOUSTON. THXAS 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 Q Thresher Office..Room 104, Administration B!dg„ THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. H!H 0. Gresham. '22 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargis, '22 Buainesa Manner R. B. Upahaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Carter Otey, '23 News Editor Lncy Zimmer, '21 Aaaociate Editor Margaret BiackweH. '22 Assistant Editor E. O. Arnoid, '23 Sporta Editor B. F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor E. O. Arnold, '23 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '22 Circuia" .onager F. H. Guffy, '22 Aaaiatant Circulation Manager Ciinton L. Dutton, '22 AdvertiBing J. P. Fielder, Jr., '22 Advertiaing REPORTERS FOR TH*S ISSUE ARE: R 8. Bickford L. Ehrenfeld Archie Batjer Aima Nemir Virginia Atwelt Louise Moore Allan Bioxo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 December 1920

Hwrenoe, Km., Deo. 8.--Sohooled ty four yws' experience ta feminine ; Senior men At the Univer- sity of KfUMM decided A graduate must earn WO * month before embarking ^ on aMttHmony'e oeoan. s Recently qaeetionaires on the sub- ' ^eot were distributed wtong the stu- dents at the University. Freshmen decided (ISO was the minimum earn inn that oonid support a family AU ciawea agreed 21 is the ideal age for a woman to marry. David Rico McKee of Saranac Lake. New York, registered with the ciaas of '23. will begin work today with the Texas Company. Houston branch. Mc- Kee wiil continue his studies at Rice Mxt faH, A desire for experience in the business world is responsible for his leaving college. McKee was prominent in social af- fairs at the Institute, and is a grand- nephew of William Marsh Rice, foun- der of the University. A SLEEP PROOUCER. Ed—Is Prof. Bird aesthetic? Co-ed—No, anesthetic. Rs"'.;*' HEADQUARTERS for Bice Students when in town. Come in and try our delicious Ice Cream...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 December 1920

-<* A A R. "The MKW STOUK" ONmEGRtMRW- You fight for supremacy, you tackle the line with a determination to win. You match your skill and foresight with a competing team, you take every advantage in your favor and master many. Just as you— MCE MEN —battle for supremacy on the GRIDIRON, so does this store battle in a mercantile.way. We take advantage of every buying op- portunity, declining prices, etc., we strive to save our customers all we can. We endeavor to win with honest, painstaking efforts your patronage with STYLISH, DEPENDABLE, HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT MOD- ERATE PRICES. J. & R. 505 MAIN MEN'S WEAR BOOTH BROTHERS QUAUTY CANNES PURE )CE CREAM 517 Main Street Opposite the Rice SCATTER SUNSHINE WITH !TMAS GREETING C 7WE SKME FOR BOOM 409 Main Street You Will Find in Our Large Stock That Express Just the Thought You Want to Send %e Yoang Men Of %:s Community. EESsn MAMOMAt, a 'J' OUR 1920 CAPTAIN. OUR 1921 CAPTAtN. FAMMAR SCENES <tte more than ordinarily welcome at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 December 1920

*r*^* '. B%,^.' RoHe^ XaMM ^pecM— ^ " 5*:^ P^H§ WVB - M! Frr* Bible Putting Men Through Ward Pw- t)M Every Day—Laet Year's Team A)moat Intact. Our regular quality CoHega Station. Texas, Dec. H —Cap- tain Forbes and Ma baaket bat) war- ttora are out every afternoon going through hard practice in preparation (or the strenuous acheduie with the ) conference teama thia winter. The Southwestern Conference champion- ahip team that never ioat a aingie game of ita acheduie last year ia vir- tuatly intact and proapecta are indeed bright for another ait victorioua team. The main probiam confronting the coach ia to find a man to HH the ahoea at forward of Captain McQuillan of iaat year's team, who graduated with the aiaaa of '20. There are many Hke- iy candidatea out for hia poaition, though, and competition ia going to be keen. AH the men are in good con- dition and. under the coaching of Bibie, promiae to develop into one of the moat aggreaaive fives to be aeen on a conference court thia Bea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 December 1920

R'.. * * PACESBt ^3? .Y,^ OLD RFCE 5TUDEWT M4XE5 GOOD fW y4Rf Rice 4ri Delegation ^maM BaiVery Active The Philadelphia Public Ledger of recent date contains a reproduction of a landscape painting by Watson A. Neyiand, who was a Junior here last year. The picture is used to iiiustrate an articie on the Annua] Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy Summer Schooi at Chester Springs, Pa., where Mr. Neyiand studied this summer. Chester Springs traces its history from the time when, as an inn, it received severai visits from Washington. it is in a particuiariy deiightfui part of Pennsyivania, and art students from aii over the world gather there during their summer months to study land- scape and out-of-door figure painting under the best of American painters. That Neyland's work compared more than favorably with that of the other students is evidenced by the fact that his canvas was chosen for newspaper publication from about 100 landscapes exhibited. Neyiand, up to the end of the first ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 December 1920

"'1' ' %.*-,' ., - VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 17, 1920 NUMBER 14 ^ BOOK TO BLAYNEY Poetess of St Cloud ^ Dedicate! Her Poems ^ * Dr. Undsey Blayney of Rice Insti- tute has been honored recently by the dedication of a book of poems to Mm, written by Etiennette Beuque, the poetess of St. Cioud. The#e poelns have recenUy been translated into English for distribution in this coun- try. Mademoiselle Besque is an invalid, unabie to move In heir chair or even to write her own poems. She recites her thoughts to her parents, who are the only people able to understand her, , and in this way her really beautiful poems are opened to the outside world. Coioney Blayney's Influence on her poems is the reason for the dedication, and this influence is most ciearly shown by the poetess' own words: "To our friend. Colonel Lind- sey. Blayney, Officer de la Legionde Honneur, who helped me to know and understand better the feelings of the American soidiers come over to fight the ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 December 1920

<— \ 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. SAFEGUARDING St^acription Rates. .(2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Off ice..Room 104, Administration Bidg. THRESHER STAFF 1920-21. HUi C. Qreoham. '23 Bditor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargis. '3! Buafness Manager K. B. Upahaw, 31 Managing Bditor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Ga<4ar Otey, '3! Neva Bditor Laoy Zimmer, '31 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '32 Assistant Editor B- O. Arnold. '39 Sports Zditor B. F. Payne. '33 Exchange Editor B. O. Arnold, '33 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '22 Circu!af-<t -.onager F. H. Gaffy, '22 Assistant Ciro^ition Manager CMnton L. Dutton, '32 Advertising J. P. Fielder, Jr., '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR THiS ISSUE ARE: !t H. Bickford L. Ehrenfeld Archie Batjer Atma Nemir Virginia AtweH Louise Moore Allan Bioxom Fanny B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 December 1920

- that are worm cortectly with fuH dree# aa weU aa to forma! dances. PLAIN TOE TURN SOLES RL . S R?'.-. ^ " $' '' . M** or Light Can I^r i $g^0 MR. M. N. AITKIN of Rice iMtitute it at our StOM OB Snturdsy!. TUFFLY-SCOCGMS SHOE CO. 5Z4 Matn Street RtoeHotet Ground Ftoor AT LEVY'S Now in Progress ^4 *Speda/ *Sa/e q/ !Vomen^ Evening Dresses at One-TMrJ Rega!ar Pnces Cre^dns of won^rom beauty and elegance are offered in this specia! sale. Every Even- ing BreM M included—from styles priced as low as $45.00 to sumptuous affairs priced at $395.00. nwsws. on wms m. You W)TH CHMSTMAS CMETMG CARDS P!LL0rs THE STOHE FOH ROOM 409 Main Street WiH Find in Our Large Stock That Express Just the Thought You Want to Send THE C0MMUMTY HOUSE NEW 8TOCK CHMSTMAS GIFTS VISIT US BEFORE YOU BUY OUR MOTIVE t8 TO HELP YOU FORE^CW. Foresight is better than Hindsight. Better a pound of caution than a ton of regret. This bank is here to serve you, and to enaMe you to take care of your money with intelligent and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 December 1920

H- "Well. Wiiiie, and so you go to school now, do yon?" "Yes!" said Uttle Wiiiie. Before Going Haa* fo?thoHo!Mays Bo Sure and Select Your Gifts for Father, BrdAen and Friend* From Our Immense Stock JoBM 4b Hoffman Co. 414 "And do you love your teacher?" Littla Wll- lie gave a *neeringlauah. **Wo,"hesaM. "The oM nea's too ancient for mo." —SALESMAN JOE ; !S ALMOST ON THE MAP THE STORE OF NEW G!FTS FOR CHRtSTMAS There is always special charm In the thing that is new. The baby chick, just out of its shell, is adored by everyone. The rose that has burst into Moom overnight is admired because of its crispy freshness. The new motor car commands attention because it is no"spic and span, and gratifies one's !ove of newness. A new store is attractive not oniy because it is new of itseif, but more perhaps because its mer- chandise is new, of iatest moRe and with a!i the pristine freshness ofthedew-iadenrose. Ittseiectittg the articles with which we plan to carry Into the hearts of others the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 January 1921

P3MFR VOLUME V! MCE INSTTTUTE, HOU! TEXAS, JANUARY 7, 1921 THANKMIVINC CAME W!TH OKLAHOMANS Normaa, Okia., Jan. 3-^-The Univer- sity of Nebraska was admitted into the Missouri Vaiiey Cenference, Fri- day, December 3, at the meeting of the Vaiiey coaches and officers at Kansas City, Mo. The 1921 Sooner footbaii schedule inoiudes the Cornhuskers as one of the five conference games on theiist. The opening game wiii be with Cen- tra! State on Boyd fieid, October 8, and the Oklahoma Aggies wiii clash with the Sooners a week iater. Wash- ington is the first VaHey eieven the Owen men wiii meet, October 22. The first foreign date is October 29 with Nebraska, at Lincoin, which wiii iikeiy be one of the most difficult hur- dies the Sooners wiii encounter. The Sooners do not go to Kansas as was expected but wiii entertain the Jayhawks at Norman, November 5. Missouri wii have another opportunity to witness a visitors pep demonstration when the Okiahomans visit Columbia. November 12. The fifth r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 January 1921

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 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office-Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. HiM C. Qreaham, '82 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargls, '22 Buatness Manager R. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Lucy Zimmer, '21 Associate Editor HOUSTON, TEXAS MargaW BiackweH, '22.....;/... ......Assistant Editor B. O. Arnold. '23 . .Sports Editor B. F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor E. O. Arnold. '23 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '22 Circulars. ..onager F. H. Guffy, '32 Assistant Circ^ition Manager Clinton L. Dutton, '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH*S ISSUE ARE: H. S Bickford Alma Nemir Edgar Blayney Virginia Atwell J. 1. Campbeii Grace Smith M. S. McCorquodaie JANUARY 7. 1921. NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS. 1ME at! made one set ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 January 1921

HOCMMM. THM OXFORD5 that are wom correctly with fmM dreM M well M to forma! daacca. PLAIN TOE TURN SOUS Patent w Light Can MR. M. N. AITKIN of Rice Institute is at our store on Saturdays. SHOE CO. 524 Main Street BteeHote) Ground Ftoor Our future is being built upon the solid foundation of SER- VICE RENDERED—service keeping apace with customer- requirements and tinged with large-minded, human relation- ship. Courtesy, co-operation, and vision, controiied and directed by knowledge born of !ong experience, has enabled this bank, year after year, to become increasingly valuable to the business public upon whose patronage its growth de- pends. We are ambitious to become YOUR BANK and to that end always welocme suggestions. The Union National Bank Capita! One Million Dollars Read %* Hoaifon Chronicle (or Rice Wean The Chronicle has a reportorial repre- sentative at Rice, and is prepared to handle all news stories available. Ath- . letic contests will be written up in full. SEE M. S. MCOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 January 1921

PAGE FPU* HOUSTON. TEXAS a-a—< EXTRAORDMARY REWCTWNS On entire stock of Men'* Shoe!, which consist oi the foHowing well-known lines: "Hanan's" $22 and $21 ^ Shoes J "Hammersmith's Special" $17 and $15 <TC Shoes vAV*#v "Hammersmith's Monarch $12 and $10 TC Shoes $ # . # J 213 Main Street poc^Er woMy Money in the pocket tempts and induces trivia] spending, which wastes your resources and yietds no profitable nor permanent re- turns. It is best to carry only enough money with you for current needs. Deposit the rest in a savings account where it wiii earn interest and he convenient for you at aii times. -Sauings Department Open Every -Saturday Evening From 5 to # for four Convenience. SOUTH TEXAS COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK "Houston's Bank of Service" '!< * * * * * * * .n.**+.3-n..n..:. ** -t- * ** t § "We Treat Your Clothes White Burkhart's Laundry and Dye Works DRY CLEANING AND DYEING <5 Rite Representative!, Comeilson & Dain ;; The First National Bank OF HOUSTON Houston,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 January 1921

********* VOLUME V! MCE INSTTTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY !4, 1921 NUMBER 16 TULANE HAS HEAVY FOMBALL SCHEDULE BAM TO GET AB FROM CO-OP FUND Rice, Auburn, HHnois Michigan on List. and Tulane has taken its stand on the gridiron with the greatest schools )n the South and if the present gait is continued by the Rotting Green Wave. Tutane witl soon rank with the might- iest eievens not only in the South but the entire country. When Athletic Director "Germany" Schultz announc- ed that Tutane had ctosed a game with Auburn to be piayed in New Orieans in 1921, the Cave resounded wtth echo after echo of the joyous outburst of apptause which greeted his announcement. And "Germany" followed up that wonderful announce- ment with the word that Virginia woutd be on the Greenback schedute as would probably Illinois and Mich- igan. The way the Greenie schedule now stands it appears as though the oppo- nents for the Green Wave during the coming season will be Mississippi College, University of Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 January 1921

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 Poptoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8,1879. X. TEXAS Subscription Rates. per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office-Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAFF 1920-21. Hill c: Gresham, 22 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargia, '23 Business Manner R. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Lucy Zimmer, '21 Associate Editor Margaret Biackweii, '22 Assistant Editor E. O. Amoid, '23 Sports Editor B. F. Payne, '23 Exchange Editor E O. Arnold, '23 Feature Editor REPORTERS FOR TH,S ISSUE ARE R. 8. Bickford Alma Xemir Hdgar Blayney Virginia Atweli J !. CampheH Grace Smith M. 8. MeCurnuodate FEAR OF LAXITY IN OUR HONOR SYSTEM. ^HEATING at examinations, especially in a V schoo! where that involves this deiiberate vio- lation of the word of honor, is an ugly subject to discuss publicly. But the necessity has arisen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 January 1921

(Ky M. K. John. '19) "Pick" Coleman. '18. of Wichita Falis, Texas, waa a visitor in Homton iastweek. Haroid Young of Da!!aa, an ex-atu- dent of the Institute, pawed through Houston on Ma way to Auatfn, where he wiH begin to take Ma iaw exami- nations on the 24th of January. He was a visitor at the Institute Friday. Paul King, '20, has given, up Ms course in business administration at Harvard to accept a position with the Union Nations! Bank of Houston. Executive Board of Alumni Meets. The executive- board of the Asso- ciation of Rice Aiumni met in the par- iors of the University Club Sunday. Jan. 9, 1921, and discussed plans by which the aiumni and ex-students of Rice throughout the state might be j influential in drawing the best mate-! rial in the high schools to Rice. ! The board wiii meet regularly on I the second Sunday in every month. i No Wonder Taeitua Died. She: "Ter conatus ibt coiio dare braehia ciroum—Three times t tried to throw my arms about his neck.—That's as far as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 January 1921

pAazFom JOEL GET WON THESE TWQ MG SPEMALS FMDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY $45 and $50 Suits and Overcoats $90 and $95 Suits and Overcoats $28.25 !48.25 (Biue Serges Included.) LEOPOLD & PtMCE f/ie /Vou$e o/ C/o//te3 ——SHLJESEML fNE Of The Heart of your Business is Money. It is Money that sends the red biood through aH the arteries of your affairs. If its Heart is weak, your Business is weak. This Bank is an institution for Strengthening your Business Heart, keep- ing the Biood pure and clean, guarding you from dangerous infection. Use it! Hermann Bldg. GUARANTY STATE BANK, HOUSTON, TEXAS 206 Travis St. HEMMCH'S PMRAMCf F ANNIN AND EAGLE 3T8. Phone Hadiey 44 Qtt Your Kodak Supplies From COTTRILL'S TEXAS PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 1017 TEXAS AVE. The onty Exclusive Kodak House tn Houston PHYSICAL TKAMMC NOW AM ACTUALITY (Continued From Last Week) Ciasa C. 6 points. Willingness to par- ticipate in one minute round. Ability to name and demonstrate one blow (straight punch, jab, hook, awing, etc.) one...

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