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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1921

THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE FWE The Tatter's C!ub wM! hold an im- portant meeting at MtM Sidney Swett's home next Tuesday afternoon. Mr Pau! Drummit, a former Rice student, was a visitor at Rice iast week. B— Miss RoseMe Hurley and Miss Mary Shackiette wii! spend the week end at the Chenango ranch, visiting Miss Annie B. Frost. P. A. L. 8. An articie on Theodore Dreiser, a contemporary noveiist, was read by Miss Heien Batjer, and Miss Margaret Biackwei) read a phiiosophicai sketch from his "Rub-a-dub-dub. " For the third term the ciub has deci- ded to study American poetry. The Biue Moon. Ciub met at Miss Gessner Lane's home Tuesday after- noun. R-3— - Alius Frames Foote was a visitor in tin- (')oisters Saturday. R Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oeriach were visitors in Houston iast week end. Mrs. McEiroy is In Houston visiting her son, B. B. McEiroy, a tut was a visitor at Rice Monday. it"<i Miils and Siitite Whitehurst, visited in Beaumont last week end A Ma it) LOONANAOnE STARTED AT MCE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 April 1921

ni«mn 7%4r NEWSPR/WGSLVT !N(3KECKS,H!M!UH(HMHtE!AJH) PEMOL STRIPES $M $R $M ^ones & J%%7ynan Co. 414 MAIN ^ KUHLMAN'S are atwaya ready to serve Rice students. We & appreciate your past patronage and stand ready to serve ej you in the future. ^ Piace your orders with Mr. V. J. Rose, our persona! Rice ^ representative, for prompt handling. ! THE KUHLMAN FLORAL CO. 915 TEXAS AVENUE ^ PHONE P. 4551 RICE HOTEL FKAw*t.M**. !Ma Twoday Dr. A. H. Fiiekwir will address the membership of the Pre Medical So- ciety tt a very important meeting in the oommoa* next Tuesday night *t 7 o'oloek. A ^eHnite seieotion of a design for a permanent organisation embiem will take piaoe at the meeting, it ia a!ao planned to diaenaa the apring term viait to the Medical CoMege at Galveston. The president of the Student's As- aooiation of the Mediea! College has aent a special invitation to the so- ciety asking that every member at tend. The presence of< every member at the meeting Tuesday night is urg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1921

' t {1 ! 4 ft Mat;}!.' '*'Rr'-;it' <;& -S'i <: ! 1 Edited by: "Littie" Winn Reporter*: "Reptile" Ridder and "Maggie" Anittant Editor: Min Sallyport VOL. 1 HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1^2L No A HISTORY OF THE MOST ILLUSTRIOUS CLASS OF '23 By Mr. and Airs. Ca'shion Now that the present scholastic vt-ar of scho'l work is practically almost finished. I take my peti am! ink in hand to thoroughly elucidate upon the virtttes and many vices and the various incidettts that have served to make this year the most preposterous of the many years in the history of the Sophomore Classes of the Kice Institute. We need no enlighten- ment whatever upon the incidents of our Freshman year. Everyone knows that we were the largest and best c!ass of the year ninetecn-ninetceu tonineteen-twenty, and I coutd not possibly retell a!! the facts that go to prove it. Let bv-gones he by- gones. This year, as usual. the Sophomore (lass registered, and we immediately began to show our superiority, as any rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1921

SOPHOMOKH THRESHER CAPT. BtLLY'S HOOTS At t]'e [resent writinH all Sophomores iittiur neiMhi'orhot d are hale attd hearty.' I.atest pupttlar ballads atxt songs as sunn hy Nice (Juartct: -vertomy playhouse. Ked\iit!s. ']lev,asataveliitKmai]."!'att)Hushong. "\\'tu;e v.andtting hoy tonight." )<rd\!il)s. "Sese!t-i.le.eti."l.ackH]others. "l'a]mo'.-}.'etti]i'tiiad."\'et]Rowe. h nnr- I'. o<ksl.eftwichhas improved );i-aiitt siticej-'ningthettishtighting t rust iSntl) Hail. Demos: "Gotatnitrutetospare?" W'illett Wilson: "Yeah, why?" Demos: "Tell nte all you kttow." "Why is ityottrntother ttustsrtsso seldom alone?" "She knows me better titan you do. Katv." WANT AD COLUMN Skinner's Bro., Gentlemen Outfitters. See us before going to Engineering Show. WANTED to find out. FOR SALE: A monocle—Joseph Chaf- finUensott. FOR SAl.E: Copy of "What Every Young Man Should Know," or wilt ex- cltattge for "What Every Young Woman Should Know."—Lyle Cashion. FOR BOYS OXLY: (To be used up- side down.) ^ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1921

SOI'HOM( )RK THRKSHKR c. S9C!ETY NOTES ^lr. Buddy Rose entertained the Hall Committee at poker Tuesday night. The game began at seven and broke up at ten forty-five, when some one discovered that one of Mr. Rose's aces had a red back. The gentlemen were playing with a btue deck. Cards are out which bear the invitation which follows: You are cordially invited to tea at the room of Mr. James Lack. Ill South Hall, at two o'clock Wednesday evening,'April 5th. Domino sugar wit] be served with the spots tike craps. Rumor hath it that our beloved coach, PhitipH. A., issoontobemarricd. Miss Agnes Buffalo, Miss Mabet Liberty and ta Senorita Dona Becky San Felipe have each been mentioned as the lucky lady. Philip has been dividing his atten- tions so eventy between these three that no one is even hazarding a guess. Each of the three tadies, when visited, by a Thresher representative Wednesday morn- ing. gave as their excuse for not seeing him that they were fatigued from their social activity...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1921

SOPHOMORH THRESHER Tennis, Baseball, Track ^ND = AH Athletic Supplies Special Prices to Students C. L. BERING CO. 1009-1011 CAPITOL AVE. Preston 181 Preston 35 Is $30-$35 At Your Down Town Home—Where You Cash Your Checks CLOTHCRAFT Clothes SHOTWBLL'S RELIABILITY Demosthenes ATHLETIC HISTORY OF CLASS OF TWENTYTHREE (Continued from page 1) hat!, very queerty. was also lost. Why ? We could nut find ont. The opposing teams were so quick and so fast that we ttever found tlie reason we tost. However, we do know that we had the best team, as does everyone else. Xlorethanettough sai(). f.et me expectorate upon t)ie future. Baseball wit] soon he the rage, and as usual, we w'H put outateam that we know wit! win, wit! sweep off the field. wit! make sue!] a sensation, that a!) weak hearts wit! have heart failure and a]] weak slimes wit) have a cushion. Out of our large class we can pick nine men that even BalstT Ruth, even Tv Cobb, couldnot win against. Wc will take our games whether we win or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

R!CE'S BACKHELD THE fELLOtVg' 3o NDLfL. NOTED QUARTER BACK om WESTERN COM SELECT! TEXAS DEFEATS MCE )09.YD. 220-YD. DASH Hinders Work earn. Backfieid Coach at Ohio \stt'aug^^^Ban<lthetnostiinfavoi' w)<<^^H^ginnhie wit! wreck tnostatiytracistcatti. itico^'astto ex- cept iott.. Tithtga lool<etiexc"ptio)ia])y. State for Past Three '[bright at. the start. UowofiMcesur-. -- prised bottt Texas and itis team mates YearS. '** " by wittning the lint yards nttd the --U ! yard dash. The time was remarkaht'-} ^consitiering th<s cotidttiott of the: With <1,* addition of Howard},,,,,.^ first ptace in tite F. Verges, famous tiuarterback. to thej^,, „,,, athletic department, Hue fan now hoastofasfineacoacitittgstafftts!. 'shotput, thung.ivit)gusagoodts.-ad itt points. Texas came tiack strong in the middl<-distun es, iofvatiistattces it is possible to obtain. The appoint- ' nentof Mr Verges is in tine t.h, t'h-i.ie.rents. ^hepoiiey of the athletic eornmittee to leave nOthttt};un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS FRESHMEN MAKE GOOD RECORD !N FOOTBALL a permanent fixture oa the team His:M §M!? surprising speed was the downfa!! of: DMiwEi * many an eiuaive "back." Perry is counted on to fiit the bote left by Dud Jarvia. At any rate he wiii pet UP Wea!th of Materia! AvadaM# ^ ^ — Warner, tackie: Wagner was a high rat achoo! fuitback, and an exceiient f* punter, but coaeb chase to matte htm ^ „is uaefuineaa. Unfortun- Atbi^ c ^mmittee ina^^ted ^ ^ tnan atbtetics. Other school of much ^ ,)r.t term. htrxer enmtiment have had a separate ^ hope to have him back Freshman de^rtm.nt ^ J^hext year, he wtti not be avai!abie for years and the benefit has been tery) . ^reat. Next vear'a footbal! varsity} is the BALL TEAM HAS FME RECORD Same Spiendid Vanity Ma- teria! Devetoped. ^reat. Next year's football varsity will be the fir.t reati.ation of thej^ nur .enter. untod be.eftt we are o r-oach Cawthorn was at a ioss to find Freshman athl^ca Unde, the oM , ^ .^so., benan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE THREE , 8 ,'<*3 ' ! ' ' S! § tE)! : $8 B& ' ' '^iS: ! Major Genera! Wood WiM Head Umv^:ty Washington. D. C.. Mar. 39—Major- Generai Leonard Wood witi retire Tram aetlve service tn the army M i become head of the University of Pennaylvanla He in at present iw the Philippine Islabda. Previous to receiving this appoint ment. Oenern) Wood stated that he desired to go on the retired Hat after he contpleted the present mission in the Far East, if he were nominated for the university pout. FISHING TRIP. THE ENGINEER. (Aa Stan by tha Office Boy.) The engineer? Oh, he's the gink They cuss when llghta go on the blink. You'd think that any foot would know Enough to matte an engine go. CAL. U. SHOWS LARGE NOONOAY NONCENTS. H the Sunday Blue Laws are passed. what will be the penalty for a Sunday morning raid on Ereshmen? it is much easier to get five from the institute than a five from home. ' 2R4 Seventy per cent of the women in the United States talk oo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

PAGE FOUR 1HH THRE8HER. HOUSTON, TEXAS T^-' THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. YE OLD H!(19 SMMT. Men of Rice, Seniors, Juniors. Sophomores and Freshmen alike, this ia an appeal directly to you, You say, "Another appeal! Appeals be hanged!"' No, not to be hanged but to be listened to and ' -——-—^ ; then heeded. Sehoo! spirit—what words, and Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916,; good Lord^ how vita! they are to the life of the at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under sehoo!! Sounds good? You bet your life it does, the Act of March 3. 1879. } but turn around and ask yourst'if the questions, "Am 1 a loyal son or daughter of my Alma Ma WELCOME, HIGH SCHOOL FELLOWS! and our rooms. If you have a girl that is prpt- Welcome, High Schoo! fellows! You are .just ! ^ one whose picture is on our bureau, the chaps we want to see. We want you to look f if^. ' - * - w- us over, look our paper over, and above alt. look other words...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE FIVE ^ s !' 'it ! : n ' dM ''.-y'f A *':'< 8 jS oc. f E'ry* j At A meeting of the freshman ciass it was decided that the date of the fieshmatt boat ride wouid he the first Saturday in May. providing that the Nicholas could be chartered for that day. 2R4— MCE FOOTBALL DR. CUERARD MEN TO HAVE TALKS TO ARCHL SPRWG PRACTKE HHty b to Be m Charge of Workout. TECURAL S0C!ETY pUf^EX'STUDE5! What promises to Ite the greatest j Varsity squad have had no stt-enu- junior prom is the history of Ricejous exMreise since the end of the sea- I'! Cuerard made a talk on "Paris and Parisian Architecture" at the Ar- ——— jchitectural Society i^at Saturday. Af The following item ^aa been re- i ter Dr Cuerard'a talk it was voted ^ ceived . ——— that a notch be given him in the So Mr and MM. James A. Taylor of The new coach has tost no time in ciety T square. This T-square. th<-j Memphis. Temi.. announce tin mar getting under way. He ha* announced, property of a former...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

PAGE SIX THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS f MSB &MT1K THE BULL !S MIGHTIER THAN THE BULLET- SPASM FROM THE FIT OF L:"K Ca$t of Participants. -.-A,liy 'iA'R.y.it)('til<)f .-i;jie ASyiA,!^B<.'At. . .A-' tiiiOi:. -A t;n:?fberof StA.'rates. PROPHESit-3. I Dairy of the lets mustache of Reginald OVERHEARD iN THE CLOISTERS. Banks Upshanv. A Slittieiiorn o:t M< .iumiot! y.si'ootba!t;o i ciue.eeediH. maittug one r jAibtefi'mteiyA :^L'.' ,A Slime hfrt^ott Tttt-!- :.tay Wii) i'O; ;! At; but wilt! iltbruKiiiaHt;, t-b. .!,*).' Sttav^d but'. <t!thft stiave Sfiaved but ,didn't shave A MAN'S tDEAL DAY. Canto t. pN THE EDITOR. F!tircoi<'--'-yil€n)l ami, Scene !. ntn't 4m Uh! . t'k)i''CS!'B)!l.: wit: )<; !'- t,f<v<:',r c)' i!blyiw-i^;h!.han<bsd-t!titt- iJjb<:'k; t<! liiteveryobi' just before ' bfi^rmas Fab. .Hti A:?U)!,i^t;ornonWed;ie.r ia tirodiKy, biit w'ill be hbi.- - the faet frtmt t-^eryohe tH.' ;'-*! !'{.!''< 'r-< kit-pi!:!;''"''''''^' '. w^p- \ Sittue bor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGESEV&N !< R'. i j It R. H. SWARTZ CO. COMMBRCtAL ATATtONERS, PWlNTERa. OPFtCE FURNITURE DEALERS. Rhone Preston 9, 117 Main Nt. LET'S TALK EATS When Yen Get Ready far That Ciaae Banquet HOTEL BRAZOS J. C. MOORE. <f= OXWEAVEj SHIRTS WHITE With and Without COLLARS Best for Summer Wear FRESHMAN TO HAVE BOAIMDE MAY SEVENTH DIZZY DOPE SOPHOMORES — ! DISCOVER RIVAL -. fUBLKAnoN Quarter-back or Fuli-back? ('t)-ed: "1 hear that Maysie^is ai wonderfuil horsewoman They say^she: rides bare back." ; ******** I Ahsentntinded i'rof. Penix and CampbeH on E!ec- ^ ^ doesn't ,* A t cold." tton Board. ! j' 3R4-— "Ha, ha! Double time!" chuckied "Reaily, it's: , take a severe MygtenOM EaitMn Appear! on the Scene. The norm students arose last Fri- day morning and discovered that a -Drexerd.! The freshman class held a meet-l ^ pubiication had risen during the ing on Monday, March H. to decide] ^ ^ about the boat ride. The Freshman boat ride is an annua! affair at Ri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 April 1921

PAGE EIGHT THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS FiNE SPtRtT. THE HOLLtSTER DELEGATION. That Ttice st^pls ttigh with the high ncitoois of this state is evidenced by j ^ piece of news that has just reached i The Tbresiter office. Superintendent Wiseiy of the iiaiiettsviiie high school eaited off the district meet i!) order that his team might enter the Rice interachoiastic meet today. OR CRAWFORD GOES TO tOWA. Or (.'rawford of the English depart is absent front schooi, having WW to iowa, where his father's vii! is being probated. The Morning After the Night Before. i't-of^r "What is,the 'tame of ttia iieavy 'Sieepii.yi: r-'Tite are'.'' '. ffa-RfCFF'j PN4m.4(T F ANNIN AND EAGLE 3TS. —————Ph'ons ("iadley 44 WALTHAM WAIVES 3;! ax im um. Asscrtiaenl^ . ^ $22.50 it n i up AVW "ALPHA RHO" STATIONERY Eversharp Penciih Fountain Pens Dunce Proyrant^ tnvitation^ . " ] S Y^EJ^yMLL ^ Stationers-Printei-s Engravers 409-411 FANNIN STREET. f'tans are now under way for the Hoi Muter delegat ion to represent ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1921

VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 22, 1921 NUMBER 29 JUNMRMOM.B GREATEST SUCCESS MNCE HISTORY Unique Decoration! and Un- excelled Music Please Large Floor of Dancers. The Junior Prom of '21 will be one of the brightest spots in the sociai year at Rice. Every year it has been said that the Junior Prom of that year could not be beat, but each suc- ceeding year has brought new heads to formulate new ideas and the Prom has never suffered from lack of origi- nality. It can be truly said of the Prom of '21 that it will stand for a long time as a model of originality and ingenuity. Three hundred peo- ple enjoyed for six hours excellent music furnished by Dixon's orchestra. It is the unanimous judgment of all who were present and able to compare this dance with any other given at Rice that there has been few, if any, dances to equal it. The success of the Prom is due to the untiring efforts of the Prom com- mittee. "Giant" Duggan as chairman gave his undivided attention to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1921

PAGE TWO *RE THRESHER. HOUSfON, THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Tex*s. 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. THRESHER STAFF 192M1 HiH C. Gresham, '22 Editor-in-Chief F. D. Hargis, '22 Business Manager R. B. Upshaw, 21 Manages Editor EOiTORiAL OEFARTMENT. A. D. Batjer, '23 News Editor Lucy Zimmer. '21 Associate Editor Aiargaret Blackweil, '22 Assistant Editor B. F. Payne, '22 Exchange Editor Anah Marie Leland, '22 Society Editor E. O. Arnold, '23 Feature Editor H. S. Weldon Chas. Swartx Ben MttcheH Alnta Kernir L. Ehrent'eld APiHL 22, 192]. THE FOUR CLASS ISSUES OF THRESHER. POUR issues have come and gone, each repre- * sentative of the classes. AH were good, each had its good and bad points, but none griped. The regular staff wishes to extend to the clas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1921

Styfe MM? Tm "KENMORt" Dark Brown Russia English Oxford Goodyear Rubber Heels through and through. pnc€^ WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION AND OPINION. TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. 624 Main St. Ground Floor Rlee Hotel 1MMNMAMEMCE. This bank is a Permanent Institution. It has its roots deep in the business !ife of the community. It represents the security of this peopie.. It invites your co-operation. GUARANTY STATE BANK Hermann Bldg. 206 Travis St. HOUSTON, TEXAS. HOUSTON TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 408 Fannin Street Near Preston TYPEWRITERS AND TYPEWRITER 8UPPUES CORONA—L. C. SMiTH, ALL OTHER MAKE8 REBUiLT Read TAc Nontfon CAronicJe for RFce Wews The Chronicle has a reportoria! repre- sentative at Rice, and is prepared to handle all news stories available. Ath? ietic contests will be written up in fuU. SEE M. S. M'CORQUODALE 328 East Ha!! SUBSCRIPTIONS R!CE NEWS "GOOD TH1NQ8 TO EAT" MILWAUKEE DELICATESSEN AND CAFE WM. and BARNEY SCHOLL, Proprietors FRENCH PA8TRY OUR SPECIALTY Phones Preston 4247, 6888...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 April 1921

fACZFOUR THE ^THMCHHER. HOUSTON, TKXAB a*a——-asaBa^HsssHS=* BvMMtoH-Chtco^e SMMMMHRlRESgMON On the Shore of Lake M!ch!gaA The Uniwwity Campua (a hoM-hour'a rMe awthof th#eity of Chicago) oxtenda for ywly am!!ea!on!f theahoreof Lake Mich- iwu Boating avaHdbie, bathing benches fight on the Campua, tennis courtJ anQ gymnaaium near. Dormitories for wen and women. Organized excursions to mter- oating pointa in and ^earChicagro, und ial;e trips toother citieaen L^"^M!cniMran. Lec- tures, concerts. rcc!t^ . tormances cn the Camyc^. TMK con-ganor U5?XAL &HT3 Cour^a fading to B.S. and B.A. d<*urees. h ( yubj<.-rta^!t)<!u'iinn t-ourm-a THE SCHOOL CF EBUCAT)OM Cour? a ' . ^HE SCMOOL OE '.j- ^ f *.;. ' ' * ^ ^ 1 THE GRADUATE SCHOOL- r-.M-..-"^ WALTER D^.L SCOTT, Pr^sifj^nt SlMMMf w)0tn6S COOL, COMFORTABLE AMD DRESSY Let us show you Summer Comfort BAMMKR-MMTM CO. 410 Main Street KD^tXy: HEADQUARTERS For Rice Students when in town. Come in and try our delicious Ice Cream and Soda Fou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1921

/ =^3= MSnTUTE. TEXAS, APRIL 29, 1921 NUMBER 30 MABY FORAAHDMIRACK MEET TMMM9W A Close Contest Is Expected. A. and M. Strong in Field Events. Rice track men are expected to have a c!oae conteat with the men from A. and M. tomorrow. A. and M. has met and defeated S. M. U. and Baylor by very large scores. Although Rice haa done the same thing comparative scores are not sure guides to the out- come of tomorrow's meet. The loss of Alexander, who suffered a badly sprained ankle in the S. M. U. meet last week will handicap the Rice men considerable since Big Alex has been a large factor in the Rice machine. A. and M. is very strong in the field events though Rice is by far the bet- ter team in the track events. Preacher Lindsey will run in the hundred and may run in the two-twen- ty if A. and M. develops unsuspected strength by the time the latter race is called. Preacher will undoubtedly win the shot put as he has already broken the conference record in the meet with L. S. U. two weeks a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1921

PAGE TWO IRE THRESHER. HOUSfON, 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 8,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.60 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office..Room 104, Administration Bldg. THE NEW OFFICERS AND THEIR TRUST. THE fourth election of officers of the Student Association has gone, and thewiH of the stu- denst shown in the choice of the candidates. The fact that some nominees did not receive enough votes to elect them over their opponents, in no wise should appear to them as a mark of dis- favor by the student body. Probably it was thought by the Association that the victorious candidate had had more experience to qualify him for the station which he sought, than his running mates, or had more energetically identi- fied himself with college activities. In general, the usual hubbub and stir, charac- teristic of ...

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