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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1921

!THB TH VOLUME V! RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 28, 1921 NUMBER 22 JOHN CLARK TIDDEN GNES LECTURE ON PHILADELPHIA ART lHustrates Ta!k With Lantern S!ides at University CM. THREE MORE PLAYS READY TO PRESENT BY GREEN MASKERS BASKET BALUNTRA- MURAL LEAGUE ENDS TOMORROW HKH SCHOOL TRACK MEET SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 16TH Rice Student! Are Given Spe- cial Rates. "Exhibitions in Phitadetphta" wan Hie subject of an ittustrated teeture given Monday at 4:30 at the Univer- sity Club, by John Ctark Tidden, in- structor in architecturai drawing atMi painting at the Rice institute. These [taintings in Phitadetphia are at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts for the 116th annua) exhibition at the academy. The Pennsyivania Academy of Fin.e Arts is the oldest art institution in America, deciared the speaker. It was in 1791 that Charies Wil&yn Peate at- tempted to organize in Phitadetphia a school for the fine arts, but was un- successful. In 1805, in Independence hali, Phiiadeiphia, 71 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 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 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. THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. Hi!) C. Gresham. '23 Editor in-Chief Fred D. Hargis. '22 Business Manager K. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A. n Hatjer, '23 News Editor Lucy Kimmer, '31 Associate Editor Margaret Biackweii. '22 Assistant Editor B. i-\ Payne. '22 Exchange Editor H O Arnoid, '23 Feature Editor Amth Marie Leianti. '22 Society Editor j BUSINESS DEPARTMENT " B. F. Aiayer. '22 Circu!a" .<i ...onager ... - v ^ .t. j 4. F. H. uuffy. -22 Assistant dire ction Manager jfads danemg. Last season the fad was fast (,'iititoH L. i)utton. '22 Advertising jdancing," this year it has gone to the other ex- lake Henry, '22 Advertis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1921

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS PAGE THREE of our new tine of OXFORDS Showing all of the newest Lasts and Patterns in Cordo- van, Tan and Brown Calfskin. Brown Kid. Black Kid ar<) Kangaroo $10 TO $12 TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. S24 Main St. Ground Ftoor Rice Hotel The First National Bank OF HOUSTON Houston, Texas CAPITAL SURPLUS DEPOSITS $ 2,000,00$ 00 $ 500,00^.00 $23,000,000.00 -ta- Day ?y Next Monday we wiH conduct our usua! Month-End Clearance, offering exceptional va!ues from practicaHy every department in the store. See the Sunday papers for Ml price details. HARR1S-HAHL0 COMPANY Heart o Houston The Tattler Ciub heid an important aocta) meeting at the home of Miss Bessie Smith. !ast Tuesday afternoon. Nick Woodward of Tempie was in Houston Tuesday, partiy on business and partiy to visit his brother-in law, Wiii Hair, Jr. ;S o c I E *ry ] BLUE MOON TEA. The Blue Moon Ciub entertained with a tea iast Monday afternoon, at the home of Miss Geane King in South more, marking the initia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 February 1921

PAGE FOUR Cr NOW SHOWING THESE FAMOUS HATS !N DERB!ES AND SOFT FELTS. ALL THE LATE SHAPES AND COLORS. iFYOU WANT A HAT OF QUALITY, GENUINE MONEY'S WORTH AND REAL STYLE D!S- UNCTION, BUY A STETSON. LEOPOLD 6 PRICE / //ouse o/ (./o/Ae3 THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS TEXAS U. AMMM Dr. Edgar OdeH Lovett, president of Rice Institute. wiii be with Dr. Robert Ernest Vinson, president of the Uni- versity of Texas, the guests of honor at the annua! banquet of the Aiumni Association of the University of Texas, to be given at the University (Hub rooms, March 2nd. This day is the anniversary of Texas' independence, i and the aiumni of the University of I Texas celebrate in every town in which they have sufficient numbers, with a spread. Drs. Lovett and Vinson are the ptitt cipal speakers for the Houston ban- quet. TUESDAY EVEMNG An Interetting Program Is Arranged. COUNCIL GIVES AID TO RICE CHESS TEAM Invitation to Ft. Worth Horse Show Not Accepted Be- cause of Exams. Are You Interested !n PlAbK P...

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

T^TWTl THE VOLUME V! RICE INSTITUTE HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 4, 1921 NUMBER 23 M'KEAN HADE MPT. '22 BASKETBALL 5 On!y Six Letter# Awarded '21 Teem by Ceach Cawthon. Hugh Rateigh McKean. '22. was aiected captain for the 1922 basket inH team, at a meeting of the tetter men in the Rice gym Tuesday after- toon. Coach Cawthon awarded six etters in basket baii, to the foilowing nen: Lovett, Timmons, Brown. Mc- Kean, Kennedy, and Todd. McKean made a tetter in basket hat I his freshman year at Rice, but ist year he received a broken ankte .1 a resuit of intramurat footbat), and t was not abie to go on the court, 'tis year he has been one of the : , st guards in the state. t oach Cawthon has pianned a Ma- stic party for the team Saturday, ..ith which he wttt finatty entertain !em. Mice loses this year three tetter n: iTmmons, Lovett and Brown, if team for '22 wit] be buitt around Kean, Todd and Kennedy. PLENT! PEP" AT HSH BARN DANCE MR. CRAM LECTURES O N ARCHTIECTURE OF MCE !NST!TCTE Desires Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 March 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 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. HiH C. Gresham, '33 Editor-in-Chief Fred D. Hargi*. '32 Business Manager R B. Upshaw, '31 Managing Editor EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. A D Batjer, '33 News Editor Lucy Zimmer, '21 Associate Editor Margaret Blackwell, '32 Assistant Editor B F. Payne. '33 Exchange Editor E O Amoid, '33 Feature Editor Anah Marie Leland. '22 Society Editor ' BUSINESS DEPARTMENT B F Mayer. '22 Circula'-Jt ...anager F. H Huffy. '23 Aasistant direction Manager Clinton L. Dutton, '33... Advertising lake Henry. '22 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH*S ISSUE ARE: Virginia Atwell W. E. Weldon L Ehrenfeld Chas Schwartz Alma Nemir MARCH 4. 1921. THE THRESH M. HOtSTON, TEXAH T DR. CONKLIN'S ...

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

of our new Hat of Showing a)! of the newest Lasts and Patterns in Cordo- van, Tan and Brown Calfskin. Brown Kid, Black Kid am) Kangaroo HO U M2 TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. 524 Main St. THK THnHNMHt. HOUSTON. TKKAH ^SH^S Ground Fioor RiceHotet * 4- * -t-t-1* *1* -I* *!* *^*1* *1- *1* *1*^1* *1* *1* -I* }sociE*ry j SOMEBODY SAVES YOUR MONEY it might as we)] be YOU. Listen! Make your savings deposit on pay day. That's the best day for saving because saving should c-ome first. It takes some will-power to do this We will say it does—but-— Do it! Save! Cultivate the Spirit of Thrift. The day the "ghost waiks" summon aii your wiii-power and iay something aside. SOUTH TEXAS COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK 213 MAtN STREET "Houston's Bank of Service. " The idiers Club wiii entertain with a dance at the Rice hotei on the night of March 28th. Invitations wiii be issued iater. Frank Geriach visited at Rice iast Monday night, stopping off on his way to Orange, where he wiii try-out for the St. Louis Cardin...

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

! JL Ik HL LANDERS "Th*N*wMort" Man e an#! Ynnncf Man e WCM v OHM ! VMMR WC!! J Spring and Summer Suits -S- AT Low t*!!*i Pfifti" Superior tailored garments of all wool serge, woo) mixtures, cash meres, etc. A detection of patterns that wiH piease the most exacting: solid coiors. pin stripes, mixtures and other new creations. Style, fit and satisfaction as sured. Priced at $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 ^ ^ J. & R. LANDERS 505 Main Men ! Wear DEFEAT ALL LOCALS The Freshman Varsity won the in- tramural Basketball League with At pha Rho second, after the ciose of the series this week. Coach Cawthon of the Freshmen is extremely optimistic on the showing made by the Fresh men and Coach Rafferty, who whipped the Aipha Rho team into shape, says that some strong materia! tor the Varsity of next year shouid be drown from his aggregation. Physical Director Leslie Mann, un- der whose direction the league was or- ganized is likewise enthusiastic on the showing made by the various teams and the gener...

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

<3* ESHER VOLUME v: R!CE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 11,1921 NUMBER 24 iKa STAMFORD OPENS '21 TRACK SEASON Kirskey, Former Rice Man, !s Now Stanford'* Star. Stanford opened the cinder-path sea son !ast Saturday with the annual in- terclass meet. Over 100 men competed and some exceltent performances were recorded. Morris Kirksey, veteran sprinter, was easiiy the star of the meet. Coach "Dink" Tempieton deciined to nive out the official times on some of the events but expressed himseif as being entirety satisfied. Kirksey easity look the century from Sudden, a for- mer Oiympic c)ub man and high schoot smr. H eatso won the broad jump witl) a ieap of over 21 feet. Jess Weits, captain of iast years' varsity, showed good form in the hur- dles and was hard pressed by Lane Palk and Wiiiiams. This event was rut) in 16 fiat. Therman Clarke, a new man on the freshman squad, who is said to hoid severai interschoiastic records in the quarter, took his event easiiy, runnig away from wrigh...

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

PAGE TWO THE TWRPQWR. nnrPTOv THE THRESHER A week!y newspaper published by ^ie students o Rice Institute, at Houston, TexM. Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, at the Fostoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Off ice..Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAFF 1920 21. Hi!! 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 Blackwell, '22 Assistant Editor B. F. Payne. '22 Exchange Editor E. O Arnold. '23 Feature Editor Anah Marie Leland, '22 Society Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT R. F. Mayer. '22 Circula".-* ...<tnager F. H. Guffv. '22 Assistant Circ^tion Manager CtintonL. Dutton, Jake Henry, 22... Advertising Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH*S ISSUE ARE: Virginia Atwetl VVHWetdon Khrenfpid t'has. Schwartz \hnnXfmir MARCH 11, 1921. THE CLASS ISSUES. TH...

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

of our new line of OXFORDS Showing alt of the newest Lasts and Patterns in Cordo- van, Tan and Brown Calfskin. Brown Kid. Biack Kid acd Kangaroo MO u H2 TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. TEXAS 824 Main St. Ground Ftoor RieeHotei Though spring is here Let's give three damns. For with the spring Come spring exams. SORTA PEPPERY. Grey: "You ought to see that saitoir shimmy." Biue: "Sort of a sait shaker, eh?" (Pitt Panther.) R BEFORE. There are meters of accents And meters of tone, But the beat of ail meters is to meet her aione. AFTER. There are tetters of accent And ietters of tone, But the best of alt ietters Is to tet her aione. (Tartan.) -R- TRACK SHOES AND GYM sum Tennis Supplies, Rackets Restrung, Basket Ball and aM other AtMetic Supplies. ^ ^ SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS C.LBEMNGCO. 1009 Capitol Avenue A Life Affair Your Banking alliance may be a lifetime affair. !t utuaHy prove* to with our depotitor*. Many banks offer *ize and safety. This 'Bank, in addition, off era persona! service. W...

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

fAaa*wt TWO THWGS YOU EXPECT H A SUTT STYLE AND COMFORT We Give You Both. Just two weeks until Easter. Come in today and iet us have your suit made to your measure and ready at that time. BARMNGER-NORTON CO., MC. 410 MAIN STREET E. R. Ouawan, R'ce Representative. FRHHKWWMT SOWS 17 TO 14 This Victory Made the Fish Q#M DEPOSn !T! event, the your "get- There are just two things you can do with your pay-check—you can either SAVE it or SPEND it. A good portion must go for necessities, of course. But the demand for necessities wiU continue even after your earning power has ended. So why not siice off a substantial part of your pay-check regularly for savings? It will come in handy some day. In any amount you SAYK is really the only true measure of ahead ability." SOUTH TEXAS COMMERNAL NATIONAL BANK 213 MAIN STREET "Houston's Bank of Service." The Freshmen won the intra mural basket ball championship last week, when they defeated the Sophomores in a hot game in the gymnasium, score 17 to 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1921

' VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 26, 1921 NUMBER 25 WHERE ARE THOSE CAMPAMLE SNAP- SHOTS? PRODUCE! Everyone Must Hand in Twj Snap# Showing H Campus, More The Campanile staff for a little more co-o the students in the fut' suits in the past have gratifying especially as of snapshots. The snapshj iife of the hook and the pienty of those. So it is u dents to get them and ha A lone man. or a ione Bti matter, cannot begin to ti snaps needful to make the it ought to be. Just figur] self, about thirty pages of eight snaps to the page. Tl ison)yasma!!percent amount needfui to choose latter ought to be say twei snaps, or two snaps from But twelve hundred snaps utes apiece would take ai days'of daylight. So, itca at ieast, not by the staff two snaps apiece is sure] enough amount for anyone get to work and hand i: snaps and then some mo measure. The book is progressing The business management turned from Dailas and spi his time at ieast hunting ads and finds the hunting good, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1921

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Te GRIPE. MOT SINCE we entered Rice on the first day H iast September has there been such a scarcity 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. SENtOR THRESHER STAFF. C. E. Wademan. Maicoltn Lovett Jam en L. Autry. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager .. Managing Editor EDiTORtAL DEPARTMENT. of "matters of importance" which forming! The recognized duty of the editor of a school organ is to air the afflictions of the student body, and protest against the many "rank" abuses of our educational system. The editor of this issue realizes the seriousness of this responsibility, and has weighed with care every possible subject for complaint. But for some reason or another, everything seems to be pretty satisfactory. One woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON. TEXAS t PAGE THREE - ##40Se0Se##S##****0#SSSeS*#S0*SS#0*SSSSSSS#S*******^ BOSTONIANS FAMOUS SHOES FOK MEM We hvite Your Inspection of our new line of OXFORDS Showing aii of the newest Lasts and Patterns in Cordo- van, Tan and Brown Calfskin, Brown Kid. Black Kid am) kangaroo $8, $10 and $12 TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. Ground F!oor RiceHote! 624 Main St. THE LUMBERMAN NATIONAL BANK Capita!, Surplus and Profits Over One MiMion DoHars HOUSTON, TEXAS OFFICERS S. F. CARTER, President GUY M. BRYAN, Active Vice Pres. R. F. NICHOLSON, Cashier C. S. E. 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 Phone Preston 1833 Your Patronage Sotleited CARTER BUILDING BARBER SHOP J. P. HEtNRtCH, Propr. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FROCKS The utmost in style to- gether with prices that represent the lowest for which dependable mer- chandise may be pur- chased are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1921

PAGE FOUR THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS Kuppenheimer GOOD CLOTHES H inuetfmewi in good app€aranc€ HAVE you teamed to jenjoy the unbounded ad- ** vantages of a Kuppenheimer good appearance? Whether you have or not, you'll be achin' to get into one of the new spring models when you see them at this store. —a!! ihe latest pattern* and Meaues LEOPOLD & PRICE Nou.se of C/o/^e5 A Life Affair Your Banking aiiiance may be a lifetime affair. It usuaMv proves so with our depositors. Many banks offer size and safety. This Bank, in addition, offers persona! service. We have created a helpful and congenial bank—a friendly institution. AH of our officers are ready to talk with you. Over 24,00 Aaue found /tere their iJeal of a Ban&. Come see if you agree. THE UNION NATIONAL BANK 'The Dependable Bank" * * % * * *!* <* <& 4- * $ * * *!* *!* 41 Burkhart's Laundry and Dye Works DRY CLEANING AND DYEING g Rice Representatives, Corneilson & Dain 4^ The First National Bank OF HOUSTON ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1921

VOLUME V! MCE MSTTTUTE. HOUSTON. TEXAS, APRIL 1, 1921 NUMBER 26 'T-1 MCE E BOST OF HGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET Atlanta, Cn., Send* Team From Tech High School. Representatives of the high schools and academies of the Southwest have been invited to participate in the championship track and field meet conducted by the Rice Institute Ath- ietic Association at Houston, Aprii 15 and 18. This meet should not be confused with state inter-scholastic meets heid in the past, for it is entireiy new and is to be one of the biggest and most elaborate athletic meets ever heid in Texas. It will offer a chance of com- petition between the high schools and academies, not only of Texas, but of all the Southwestern states. It is to embrace ail the usual forms of con- tests, including the dashes, hurdles, distance runs, broad jumps, high jump, pole vault, shotput, javelin, discus, relay, etc. Certain perform- ance qualifications must have been passed before a student will be al- lowed to enter the contests, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1921

PAGE TWO 32 THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. T**i* High MMMd Track (Continued from 1. Co). 1.) Program. A -compiete program of the meet foliows: Thursday. Aprii 14—4:30 p. m — Basebaii, Rice vs. Bay))t" Friday, April 16—10 a. m. to 8 p. m., registration, assigning to quarter*, issuing numbers and tags; 18 noon, dinner at Rice Hote!, given in honor of visiting contestants by Houston business men (the Saiesmanship Ciub); 3 p. m., preiiminaries in track events: 4:30 p. m., basebaii, Rice vs. Bayior; 7:15 p. m., tug of war, Rice Sophomores vs. Freshmen: 3 p. m., coiiege night. Saturday, Aprii 16—9:30 a. m„ in- terscholastic fieid championships, in- terschoiastic track championships; 2.30 p. m.. dual meet Louisiana State vs. Rice (interscholastic events will Immediately precede coHege events); 5:30 p. m.. awarding of trophies; 6:30 p. m„ dinner in institute commons. A number of high schoots have ai- ready accepted the invitation to par- ticipate in the meet, including some important out-of-state s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1921

hut of our new line of MCE? Showing aH of the newest Lasts and Patterns in Cordo- van, Tan and Brown Calfskin, Brown Kid, Black Kid ar.d Kangaroo $8, $10 and $12 TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. 924 Main St. Ground Floor Rice Hote) THE Y. M. C. A. X X X X X AND COU^DEAUSM X X X X X By J. Lud Davis. In this day of all days coHege students should become properly orientated. With the world being made anew it is imperative that all of the values of life be tested earnest- ly, for it is out of the past that the future is largely to be made. If there Is a single lesson of para- mount importance that we can read out of the great war of yesterday, it is the colossal failure ot material- ism. The Teutonic peoples, imbued with a wild dream of worlH dominions endeavored to reinterpret the ideais of the race, conquer it by word and by sword, and transform it into a container for German Kuitur. To realize this dream they broke utterly with the past; threw aside ai! scru- pies; drew on science only, for ...

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

9SH& THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texts. Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, at the Postoffiee 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 JUNtOR !SSUE. H. K. DUggan Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry Business Manager Sam Shelburne Managing Editor EOtTORtAL DEPARTMENT. J. Dutton, Dun Hodges News Editors.. Maicolnt McCorquodate Associate Editor Margaret Blackweil Assistant Editor Dudley P. South Exchange Editor H. S. Taylor Feature Editor (laesar Damiani Feature Editor Virginia AtweH Society Editor f.ouise Moore Society Editor BUStNESS DEPARTMENT. H. h. Mayer Circulation Manager H. Ouffy Assistant Circulation Manager (Uinton L. Dutton Advertising M. A. Cain Advertising REPORTERS FOR THiS tSSUE ARE: M. H Atexander <!. A. Barrett !. A. Humason Alma Nentir K. T. Rowe J. L. Davis Grace Crawford Smith ...

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