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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1921

! VOLUME VI N, TEXAS, JANUARY 21, 1921 MCE INSTITUTE, HOUi PART !N PAGEANT The Majority of the institute Took Part in Pageant— Rare Lead AMNty. Rice students, both by the student body and the atumnae, was well rep- resented in the Houston Pageant which took ptace iast night at the City Auditorium. This year the so- ciety of Houston presented "Woman Triumphant" or better realized as the evolution of women from Eve up to the present day. The auditorium was converted into a veritable Garden of Eden and cas- cades of black onyx steps arose from the bread side of the parquet utong the length of the auditorium up to the queen's dais where a magnificent throne with black and gold canopy surrounded it. Luxuriant costumes were worn by all members of the court and by those taking part in the active scenes. Miss Marie. Louise Hogg was grand duchess for Rice whiie CaldwettMc- Faddin was the grand duke. Misses Sara McAshan and Katyruth Strieker were duchesses and Robert Carson and Willet Wilson ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1921

PAGE TWO THE THMSHER. HOU8TOM. THXA8 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 BMg. THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. Hili C. Gresham. '32 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hartit, M Business Manager R B. Upshaw. '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Lucy Zimmer, '21 . Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '22 .1... Assistant Editor E. O. ArmoM. '23 Sports Editor B F. Payne, '22 Exchange Editor E. O. Amoid. '23. Feature Editor A D. Batjer, '23 News Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B F. Mayer, '22 Circula* manager F. H. Guffy, '22 Assistant Circulation Manager Clinton L. Duttpn. '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH*S ISSUE ARE: A. B. Ellis Virginia A(weH Ehrenfeld Louise Moore J. C. Ritter Grace Smith HaHey Wear JANUARY 21, 1921. $750 FOR THE BAND. WAKE U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1921

PUR^EX-STUDES, (Sy M. E. Jehu, 'H.) Henry A. Tillett, '18, is working for the Texas Power and Light Co., in the Diesel maintenance department, and his headquarter# are at Waco, where the general shops are located. Gwin Chandler Harris, an ex-student of Rice, Is located at West Orange, N. J., and Is working as an engineer for Thomas A. Edison. Miss Nancy Dupre, '20, is teaching Spanish In the high school at Lub- bock, Texas. Oscar F. Green, 16, Is at Cambridge, Mass., studying to be an Episcopal clergyman. He expects to be ordained in June. Miss Grace Hubbell, '30, is teaching English in the high school at Wilbur- ton, Okia. On December 30, 1920, Leiand "Punk" Hodges, '18, was married to Miss Nell Talley of Tyler, Texas. George Wheeler, '18, is working for his Ph. D. in Biology in the Bussey Institution at Forest Hit! in Boston. Pardon Proves Superiority. In tiHiing revenge u man is but even with his enemy ; but In passing It by. tie is superior; for tt ts a prince's pari to pardon.—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 January 1921

M&MS3. *1 I* s Shirts going this way: Manhattans Half Price (4 Arrow Brand at $195. AM Winter Suit* tad Overcoats HaM Price Nathan clears decks for spring lines with a sweeping half cut on regular prices. These are absolutely BED-ROCK figures, so don't iose the chance to supply your needs at worthwhile sav- ings. $50 Suits and Overcoats.... $60 Suits and Overcoats.... $70 Suits and Overcoats.... $25 $30 $35 $80 Suits and Overcoats.... $90 Suits and Overcoats.... $100 Suits and Overcoats.... $40 $45 $50 Intermediate Prices on Above Schedule Go at Same Cut—HALF PRICE. MAtM*' CAPtTO). - w $ $ $ $ $ &#$$$$$$$#& 3na $ $ aanaana$anB#$ HOUSTON TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 408 Fannin 8treet Near Preaton TYPEWR)TER8 AND TYPEWRtTER 3UPPUE8 CORONA—L. C. SMtTH, ALL OTHER MAKES REBUtLT THE LUMBERMAN NATIONAL BANK '< — Capita!, Surplus and Profits Over One MiHion Dollars HOUSTON, TEXAS OFFICERS S. F. CARTER, President GUY M. BRYAN. Active Vice Pres. R. F. NICHOLSON, Cashier C. 8. E. HOLLAND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1921

VOLUME v: MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 28, 1921 NUMBER 18 S.M.U.MAYRETME FROM CONFERENCE One Year Rule in Southwest- ern Conference Cause! Opposition. Da!!as, Tex.. Jan. 35.—That South- ern. Methodist University should with- draw from the Southwestern Confer- ence, retaining her membership in the Texas Inter-Coitegiate Association, and thus be enabled to use freshmen on the footbatt team is now be!m; de- bated by the facuity and student body at S. M. U. Before a crowded chape), John Lee Brooks, president of the Students Association, and captain of the Mus- tang footbaii team iast season; Jim- my Kitts, quarterback and captain of the 1921 team; Vice President H. M. Whaling; R. Hait Shuttles, prominent Dallas business man and representa- tive of the executive committee of the university in athietic matters, and the two coacMes of the schooi, Ray Mor- rison and J. Burton Rix, urged that the membership in the Southwestern, conference be withdrawn, in the inter- est of the atht...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1921

PAGE TWO THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS ! THE THRESHER F!FTEEN FOR FMHT! QATURDAY night's game was a tragedy, there A weekly newspaper published by the students of ^ is no disguising that. But it was not an ir- Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. I reparable one; we aren't out of the running yet, by a iong shot. The team that played that sec- Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, ond game was not a championship team, but it 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. THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. H1U C. Gresham. '22 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Margie. '22 Business Manager R. B. U pshaw. '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A. O. Batjer. '23 News Editor Lacy Zimmer, '21 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '22 Assistant Editor E. O. Amoid, '23 Sports Editor B. F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor E O. Arnold. '23 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '22 Cireutaf-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1921

THE THKE8HH*. HOUSTON, TBXAH THMME SALE Your choice of any pair of ^ * HOWARD & FOSTER and EDWIN CLAPP BROGUESHOES OR BROGUE OXFORDS '10 These styles in wine and black Cordovan, Norwegian calf, Lotus ca!f and brown caifskin and formerly sold from $15 to {22. TUFFLY-SCOGGMS SHOE CO. 524 Main Street. Ground Fioor Rice Hotei THE LUMBERMAN NAUONAL BAtiK Capita!, Surplus and Profits Over One MUHon DoHars HOUSTON, TEXAS OFFICERS S. F. CARTER, President GUY M. BRYAN. Active Vice Pres. R. F. NICHOLSON, Cashier C. S. B. HOLLAND, Active Vice. Pres. J. A. FITE, Ass't Cashier WM. D. CLEVELAND, JR.. Vice Pres. H. J. BERNARD, Ass't Cashier H. M. GARWOOD, Vice Pres. L.R.BRYAN,JR., Ass't Cashier Getting There on the Other FeHow's Steam is practically impossible these days. Nor can you get there on the other feiiow's dollars. There never was a time when it paid so handsomely to save as now. Both for the sake of the future and in the interest of shrewd busi- ness, lay aside every doiiar you can. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 January 1921

PA6* FOUR TEXAS U. WAY PLAY YAWDERBMAT DALLAS'22 SEASON Belmont Conduct! Negotia- tion! ior Came! for Hard Schedule. Austin, Tex , Jan. 27.—Negotiations for a game with Vanderblit Univers- ity at the State Fair in Dallas for 1M2 for the University of Texas Long- horn footbali team been entered into, as a resuit of a trip made during the holidays by L. Theo. Beiimont, ath- letic director. Vanderbiit is scheduled for the 1921 season at Daiias, and Mr. ti.Hmont stated that he had offered a one-third better financial proposi- tion for 1922. A decision wiii be made )tv the Vanderbiit authorities in the neat future. anti Mr. Bellmont feeis sure the attractive offer will ))e ac- cepted. Finai arrangements were also made on the trip by Air. Beiimont for the game with Mississippi A. and M. in Austin Armistice Day. This game promises to be otie of the best for the t<!Jt season, and much satisfaction is it-It over its finui assurance. The con- tract is now in the mails. with the promise tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 February 1921

. . . . 4 VOLUME v: MCE IMSTTTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 4, 1921 NUMBER 19 BY STANFORD MATS Inter-Fraternity Council Has Worked Out Agreeable Man. The inter-fraternity council at Stan- ford University passed a resotution that "rushing" would hereafter be ta- booed. The action took ptace at a meeting Wednesday. Men's rushing to Greek tetter fra- ternities for the winter quarter wii) end at midnight tomorrow. Prom that time untii Sunday morning, freshmen entering this quarter are not to be with any member of a fraternity. Bids wiH be sent out Thursday and the men bid wit] appear before the iawyer in the Union Sunday morning. Informal rushing of men who are undecided at formai bidding begins at 6 o'ciock Sunday night, informai bid- ding of these men cannot take piace untii 6 o'ciock the foiiowing Wednes- day night. Rushing rules were again explained at the reguiar meeting of the Inter- fraternity Conference iast night, and members were warned against any in- fraction of the campus r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 February 1921

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS 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. Hiii C. Gresham. '22 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargis, '32 Business Manager R B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A. n. Batj^r. '23 News Editor Lucy Ximmer, '21 Associate Editor Marxaret Btackwcii, '22 Assistant Editor K. O. Arnoiti. '2.'! Sports Editor B. K Payne. '22 Exchange Editor H « A moid, '23 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B F. Mayer. 22 circuia" ^ ...anager there are in Northern colleges. r H GuHy. '22.... Assistant fit-cation Manager of the best girl tennis piayers work up some tdv^'tisinK representatives'for Rice right now? REPORTERS FOR TH,S ISSUE ARE: H ){. Pmiix I.. Hhrenfeld Virginia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 February 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON. TEXAS PAGE THREE SALE Your choice of any pair of * HOWARD & FOSTER and EDWIN CLAPP BROGUESHOBS OR ' BROGUE OXFORDS These stytes in wine and Mack Cordovan, Norwegian ca!f, Lotus ca!f and brown calfskin and formeriy sold from $15 to $22. TUFFLY-SCOGGtNS SHOE CO. 524 Main Street. Ground Fioor Rice Hotel 3 "We Treat Your Clothes White" s Laundry and Dye Works * DRY CLEANING AND j DYEING j Rice Representatives, ComeHson & Dain § THE LUMBERMANS NATIONAL BANK Capita!, Surplus and Profits Over One Million Dollars " HOUSTON, TEXAS OFFICERS 8. F. CARTER, President GUY M. BRYAN, Active Vice Pres. R. F. NICHOLSON, Cashier C 8 B HOLLAND, Active Vice. Pres. J. A. FITE, Ass't Cashier WM. D. CLEVELAND, JR.. Vice Pres. H. J. BERNARD, Ass t Cashier H. M. GARWOOD, Vice Pres. L. R. BRYAN, JR., Ass t Cashier TRACK SHOES AN^GYM sum Tennis Supplies, Rackets Restrung, Basket Ball and all other Athletic Supplies. SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS C.L BERING CO. 1009 Capita! Avenue jS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 February 1921

PAOBFOC* % Man's Stere" YOU MAY STILL GET A SUIT At Dover's There are a few more of those 3 piece woolen suits purchased by us from the Thompson-Jacobs Co., and if you don't think the prices are right— WHY—LOOK THE8E OVER! $15.00 Suits worth up to $40.00 $25.00 Suits worth up to $75.00 $20.00 Suits worth up to $55.00 $30.00 One of the fin st. Worth up to $90.00. "3CVBHR" A MAN S STORE 308 Main 308 Main You can give your orders fur flowers at Carrol's and fee) easy, because you know you wiH he treated right. Just phone or come by for: Corsages—Cut Mowers CARROLL. THE FLORIST^ Agents— Wileys and Gelpes Quality Candies Full Line Cotys Extracts and Toliet Water A Good Selection of Perfume Try Our Famous CHILI BEST IN CITY PUBLIC DRUG CO., Inc. BeattyBtdg . 821MainSt., Houston, Texas. Phones: Preston 1030 or 1031 THE OWL J. A. KHBLER, Proprietor <21 HEADQUARTERS Rice Students when in town. Come in and try our delicious Ice Cream and So- da Fountain Drinks. Bring U* Your Kodak De- velo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 February 1921

(&- '3- VOLUME vi MCE INSTiTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY U, 1921 NUMBER 20 MCE F!VE PREPARE TO GO TO A. AND M. Coach Cawthon is devoting ait his energies to conditioning the Owi team for their second ciash with the Texas aggies. The two games wiil be played in College Station next Thursday and Friday nights. A. and M. has a some- what better record so far than Rice has bnt dope is never reiiabie and the Owis are exceedingly anxious to be revenged for the defeats they suffered at the hands of the Aggies earlier in the season. The recent field trip taken by the Rice five proved disastrous for our championship ambitions but the team is determined to regain the ground lost. as much as possible. Both Texas and Baylor took two games on the trip but Rice defeated Bayior eartier in the season and Baylor defeated Texas, so there you are. Basketball is becom- ing largely a game of chance and fore- casts are impossible. Ali the students who can possibly spare the time and the fare are urg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 February 1921

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS f-V! 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 Bldg THRESHER STAFF 1920-21. HUl C. Grasham, M Editor-in-Chief Prwd D. Hargie,'!! Business Manner R. B. Upshaw, M Managing Hditor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A. D. Batjer, '33 Neva Editor La oy Zimmer. M Associate Editor Margaret Biackweil, '24 Aewi'tant Hditor B. F. Payne. '23 Exchange Hditor E. O. Arnold. '33 Feature Editor Anah Marie Leland, '22 Society Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B. F. Mayer, '22 Circula".^ ...anager F. H. Guffy, '22 Assistant Circulation Manager Clinton L. Dutton. '22 Advertising Jake Henry, '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH*S ISSUE ARE: H B. Penix W. E. Weldon E. Alpha Chas. Schwartz L. Ehrenfeid R. S. Bickforti Aima Nemir FEBR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 February 1921

SALE Yaw ChdEE at Any Mr of EDWIN CLAPP, HOWARD & FOSTER OR HteMMHWHS *10 These styles in wine and Mack Cordovan, Norwegian caM, Lotus caif and brown calfskin and formerly sold from $15 to!22. TUFFLY-SCOGGiNS SHOE CO. 524 Main Street. Ground Floor Rice Hotel THE LUMBERMAN NATIONAL BANK Capita!, Surplus and Profits Over One Million Dollar! HOUSTON, TEXAS OFFICERS 8. F. CARTER, President GUY M. BRYAN, Active Vice Pres. R. F. NICHOLSON, Cashier C. 8. B. HOLLAND, Active Vice. Pres. J. A. FITE, Ass't Cashier WM. D. CLEVELAND, JR., Vice Pres. H. J. BERNARD, Ass't Cashier H. M. GARWOOD, Vice Pres. L. R. BRYAN, JR., Ass't Cashier TRACK SHOES AND GYM SWTS Tennis Supplies, Rackets Restrung, Basket Ba!! and aM other AtMetic Supplies. SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS C.L BERING CO. 1009 Capita! Avenue Your Future does not depend upon what is written in the palm of your hand, but what is being written in your pass book. The Sav- ings Account is the best Fortune TeBer in existence; money magic is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 February 1921

f AM torn J. & R. Landers Announcing A Showing of Young Men's Spring Suits You men who seek style and individuality in your clothes will find in these new Spring Models an abundance of both. Every new color, material and style is included in this showing. The prices are sure to meet with your approval. Stetson's New Spring Feature Hat Has Arrived Also Many Other Strikeing Styles For Spring—ModeratelyPriced -*-<4 ic ** —J. & R. Landers 505 MAIN -HS MENS' WEAR THE OWL J. A. KUBLER, Proprietor GYM !S POPULAR- TEAMS ORCANHED Crowing interest in Indoor Athletics HEADQUARTERS lor 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 Pharmacy, Inc. Texas and Travis notb the eds and the co-eds classes of physical training are weli organ- ized. A keen interest, is shown by to those who participate in. this culture and Mr. Mann is quite pleased with jtbe attitude that the stude...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1921

THE VOLUME v: MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 NUMBER 21 nmEMIOGME F!RST LECTURE OF EXTENStON SEMES Maxwell and Slaughter to Make Three Each at Uni- versity Club. The second series of'University Ex- tension lectures for the academic ses- sion 1920-21 has just been announced, and begins Monday, February 21, with the first of a group of three lectures by John Clark Tidden on "Several Re- cent Exhibitions of Painting." (illus- trated by lantern slides.) The lec- tures come toaclose on May 18,1921. The program is as follows: Monday lectures at the University Club: Several Recent Exhibitions of Paint- ing (lantern slide illustrations) a course of three lectures by John Clark Tidden, instructor in architectural drawing and painting. The Geographic Distribution of Ani- mal Life (illustrated by lantern slides—a course of three lectures by Asa Crawford Chandler, Ph. D., in- structor in biology. Three Characters From Shakes- peare—a course of three lectures by Baldwin Maxwell,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1921

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS TMF TMRFQMFR i**nL * A weekly newspaper pubiished by the atudents of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, at the Poatoffice 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 1930 21. mn C. Gresham, '22 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargis, '22 Business Manager R. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A. D. Batjer, '23 News Editor Lucy Zimmer. '21 Associate Editor Margaret BiackweH, '22 Assistant Editor B. F. Payne, '22 Exchange Editor E O Amoid, '23 Feature Editor Anah Marie Leiand, '22 Society Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B F. Mayer. '22 Circu)a".ji manager F. H. Guffy. '22 Assistant Circulation Manager OintonL. Dutton, '22 Advertising Jake Henry, '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH^S ISSUE ARE: H B. Penix Virginia, Attwet) L.Ehrenfetd W. E. Weidon Chas. Schwartz R. S. BickforU AtntaN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1921

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS PAGE THREE 134$ V to Rice L&mry The library ha< just received * ttMp- meat of 1340 volumes of bound poriod- ioal Me* containing titiea M follows: Annals of the American Academy of Political Solnece. American Architect. American Jouma! of Psychoiogy. American Law Review. American Naturalist. American Statistical Association Pubiications. Anthropological Review. Anti-Jacobin. Bibitoteca Sacra. CornhlU Magazine. Deutsche Rundschau. Edinburgh Review. Forum. Harvard Graduate Magazine. Joumai of American Folf-lore. Jouma! of American Hiatory. Joumai of Morphology. Magazine of American History. Niiea Weekly Register. Pennsylvania Magazine. Philosophical Magazine. Poiiticai Soience Quarterly. Quarterly Review. Retrospective Review. Scrtbner'a Magazine. Shaltespeariana. Southern Quarterly Review. These will be made ready for use as rapidly as possible. THERE ta A LAW ACA1N8T THIS iN ARKANSAS. At Physics 100—Six and two are approximately nine, which is roug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 February 1921

PAGE FOUR THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAN A New Note in SPRING HATS ^T^HEY show a change; a touch of difference Jl in fashion, an atmosphere of a new season SmaH shapes throughout, with close set brims the stylish things this spring. Colors are oak brown, pear! with Mack band, zinc and pecan. Featuring Stetsons, Dobbs and Other Standard Makes $g $y5o $g CAMPANILE ANHNC FOR SNAPS; ADViSES TO TAKE TM WOW The very iMe of a year book is the Httie picture)! of omr friends in their characteristic actions or in some hu- morous situation. Thia ia a part of the book that no amount of effort on the part of the ataff can make com- pieteiy aucceaafui without the heip of every atudent. Briefiy. there can be no anapehota in the Campaniie unieaa the atudenta fumiah them. !f a atu- dent eapeciaHy appointed for that par- ticuiar work ia relied upon to so out and get anapahota of everybody—Oh, weii! You know what I mean—any- how it wouldn't work You know ex- actly what ham ia to bam and egga; weii. that...

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