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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1921

THE THMHHEH. HOUSTON. TEXAS through and through. THE "KKNMOHt" Dark Brown Russia English Oxford Goodyear Rubber Heats WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION AND OPINION. 624 Main St. TUFFLY-SCOGGINS SHOE CO. Rtee Hote) Ground Ftoor A Life Affair Your Banking aMiance may be a [lifetime affair, it utuaHy proves *o with our depositors. Many banks offer size and safety. This Bank, in addition, offers personal service. We have created a helpfu! and congenial bank—a friendly institution. All of our officers are ready to talk with you 5 Ocer Aace /onm! Aw (Aw Mca! of a RanA. Cam# Me if yon apw. THE UNION NATIONAL BANK "The Dependable Bank" Phone Preston 1833 Your Patronage SoMotted CARTER BUILDING BARBER SHOP J. P. HEtNRiCH, Propr. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SPMNG FOOTBALL IRAMNCBEGMS A sunrise breakfast in Herman Park, followed by swimming at the Heights natatorium, formed an un- usual diversion iast Thursday. Those present were Misses Mary C. Weir, Bessie Smith, Marjorie North, Kath- arine Dutton, Lida ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 April 1921

gg We Are Sowing aKeea One Button Mode! In Tan and Gray Herringbones and in Fine B!ue Serge !n t'rices Ranging From $35 TO $50 (omeinandSHpona Few. at mm nu aw * WHmOW WMM w Pageant Axsouaad by Dy# Slaughter. DUGGAN AND "BATTLESTEIN'S' HOUSTON Batteistein's R'.-ad v-to-Wear TaUor-Made 618 MAIN STREET Russia Ca!f Conservative Engiish $12.00 Hammersmith's "Specia!" Have at! the wearing and fitting qualities of the very highest priced shoes made. We have a mode! for the most conservative to the most extreme style* Btack Kid or Ca!f Leathers .... $11.00 Brown Kid or Calf Leathers . . . $12.00 housi ng 303 Main The first annua! Rice Mayfete wit! be presented on May 10 at the Insti tute. Plans for the festivities arc pro gressing rapidly and rehearsals began iast Wednesday. AH indications point toward a grand success for the initial Mayfete. which is to be made an an- nual affair from now on. There will be two parts to the May- fete, the crowning of the queen and at] accompanying gateties...

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

f - VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 6, 1921 NUMBER 31 — .tCHON AH OAw OHicM Are Filled by the Winner! in the First Election. In & second election of the Student Association, E. R. Duman for a second time was elected president, defeating his opponent. R. P. Williams, by four votes. In the case of the editor-in- chief of the Thresher a reversal in decision was sustained. E. O. Arnold, candidate in the first election, wa3 chosen over A. D. Batjer. Aside from this change in the vote for editor of the Thresher, the same candidates were re-elected at this election. TO BE WELCOME!) MAY 11 TO 13TH On the Herbert Godwin Foun- dation on Pablic Affair*. Rice's Departure May From Democracy 10th t - Sir Auckland Geddes, British min- ister to the United States, will be giv- ing a series of lectures at Rice, May 12 and 13. Sir Auckland is brought here by the Godwin Lectureship on Public Affairs, and was donated by Mr. Herbert A. Godwin of Houston. The subjects of his talks have no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 May 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 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office-Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAFF 1MM1 HtU C. Qresham, '33 Editor-in-Chief F. D. Hargis, '33 Business Manner H. B. Upshaw, '31 Managing Editor EOiTORlAL DEPARTMENT. A. D. Batjer, '33 ^...News Editor Lucy Zimmer. '31 .Associate Editor Margaret Biackwei). '33 Assistant Editor B. F. Payne, '22 Exchange Editor Anah Marie Leiand, '33 Society Editor E O. Arnold, '33 Feature Editor BU8tNESS DEPARTMENT. B. F. Mayer. '33 Circulation Manager F. H. Guffy, '23 Ass't Circulation Manager C. L. Dutton. '32 Advertising Jake Henry. '33 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH)S <S8UE ARE: H 8. Weidon Ben Mitchell Chas. Swartz Aima Nentir Virginia Atweil Dixie Dawson L. Ehrenfeld Caesare...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 May 1921

2HE_THRE8HER, HOUSTON^TEXAS PAGE THRE! ' 4 famous Shoes bf Man. Qualify THE "KENMORt" Dark Brown Russia English Ward Goodyear Rubber Heels ^ through and through. -mo^€raf€(y pnccJ WE INVITE YbUR INSPECTION AND OPINION TUFFLY-SCOGGINS 534 Main St. SHOE (X). RiceHote) Ground Fioor TRACK SHOES AM) GYM sum Tennis Supplies, Rackets Restrung, Basket BaM and a!! other Athletic Supplies. SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS C.L BERING CO. 1009 Capitol Avenue fSoci*E*ry* J Mtss ROSALiE WEMPHtLL MAY FETE READY BY MAY TENTH Furst Thing of Its Kind in the History of Houston. The Mayfete at Rice, scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, May 10, wtH be one of the most elaborate of pa- geants ever staged In Houston during the May time, and wii! be the first of Rice activities. Miss Rosalie Hemp- hiH, queen, wii! be crowned at 9 o'clock on the campus between the two main gates by her king, R. P. Wiiiiams, and her royal consort. The retinue con . i.sts of duchesses, dukes and maids front the four classes. The ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 May 1921

PAGE FOUR A MAN'S STORE For These Warmer Days A PURE S!LK SHANTUNG SH!RT $4 .85 A Specia! Va!ue Full cut, extremity we]) tailored and beautifully tnatie. idea! for Summer Wear. The New Low Arrow CoUar to Match 50c 308 MA!N Ircpi-Crash The Summer Suit without the laundry bill $25.00 Barmgw-WortM Company 4M Msh SUM ARNOLD WMS. (Continued from Page 1, t o). 1.) to fiii these vacancies before the end of the eoHese year, that the Campanite may be welt under way before the opening of the university in the fa!). gg The first e)eetion was declared in ^ vaiid by the etection board. following ^ i the presentation of a petition signed by a number of students requesting Sf*vantv-F!ve CoUnlM EuMV ijg! that it be thrown out and a new one *?***"*? * '** ***** 7 he)d. According to H. M. i^ovett. chairman of the etection board, 449 votes were cast. The official count follows: President— Votes. "BEAUCOUP" JOY Twelve Hours ef Ret! Measure. E. R. Duggan R. P. Williams... Ml Vi.re President— The Freshma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1921

4, ^' VOLUME V! MCE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 13, 1921 NUMBER 32 1 i .k MCE RMEEAHLY SKCEMES TAKEST.LA.A. LECTURES TO TRACK MEET LARGE CROWD Lindsey Take! Four First Luncheon at 1:30 Today. Places—Goss Third High —Garden Party Point Man. Yesterday. The Texas Intercotiegiate Track Meet, which was heid in Waxahachie last Friday, May was a decisive victory for Rice with a score of 60 1-3 points. Her nearest opponent was Texas Christian University with 44% points. The other schoots in. the meet jand their respective points were: Southern Methodist University 20, Austin College 9%, Trinity University 6, Southwestern 5 5-'!. "Preacher" Lindsey was the high point man of the meet, capturing four first places. He won the 100-yard dash in his regular form, making the distance in 9 4-5 seconds, which tied the T. I. A. A. record time in this event. Besides the 100-yard dash, he carried off first honors in the 440-yard dash, in the shot put. and the discus throw. The T. I. A. A. record for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1921

PAGE TW O ARB THRESHER. HOUSfON. TEXAS THE THRESHER My newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. A wee Entered as second-class matter October 17,1916, at the PoatofMce at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$3.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office-Room 104, Administration Bldg. THRESHER STAPP 1920-21 HiH C. Qresham, 'S3 Editor-in-Chief F. D. Hargis. '23 Business Manager R. B. Upshaw, '21 Managing Editor EO)TOR!AL DEPARTMENT. A. D. Batjer. '23 News Editor Lacy Zimmer, '31 Associate Editor Margaret BlackweH, '22 Assistant Editor B. F. Payne, '23 Exchange Editor Anah Marie Leland. '33 Society Editor E O. Arnold. '33 Feature Editor BUHNE88 DEPARTMENT. B. F. Mayer, '32 Circuiation Manager F H. Guffy, '22 Ass't Circuiation Manager C L. Dutton. '33 Advertising Jake Henry. '32 Advertising REPORTERS FOR TH!S !88UE ARE: ( has. Swartx .. L. Ehrenfeld Virginia Atwt i) H' u Mitchell Alma Nemir Dixie Dawsot: 8. Bif kfftrd Ornce C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1921

'H& }M " c . - =.<.: B%a <& GRADUATION GIFTS From SWEENEY S Moke the Occasion More Msmorabis Sweeney gifts oombine ueefu)neee with beauty, making them e per manant investment rather then a were pureheee. Watches, Diamond Rings, Bar Pins, GoM and SHver Nove!tiea, Fine Leather Goads J. J. SWEENEY JEWELRY CO. 419 Metn Stpeat Cor. Prairie Ave. THE TMUtHHEBL HOUBTON* TH3CAB YOC TOME TO BAT" etery pay day in the game of tife. If you spend every doMar, you strike out. Each doiiar deposited in our Savings Department is "a hit," and we would oaH a five-doiiar bill "a home run." Be the Babe Ruth of the saving circuit by making regular pay day deposits in this bank. Open Every 8aturday Evening 5 to 8 South Texas Commercial National Bank 213 MAiN ST. "Houston'* Bank of 8erviee" HOUSTON TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE ^ 408 Fannin 8treet Near Preston "g TYPEWR)TER8 AND TYPEWRiTER 8UPPDE8 4 CORONA—L. C. 8MiTH, ALL OTHER MAKE8 REBUiLT- HEMMCH'S F ANNtN AND EAGLE ST8. -Phone Hadtey 44 MLAXSMOVES ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1921

$5,000 SuitoMe Hice pye^i lwpdb!gMdhH&/ Mt CARROLL, Piorlst, or C. K. WAOKMAN BATHING SUITS ANY STYLE, ANY COLOR ANY PMCE TWO-PIECE SUITS, WHITE JERSEY WITH SUPPORT. ER AND NAVY TRUNKS $7.50 Complete HOWARD MEAL CAPS $1.25 10% Discount on Tennis Rackets C. L. & Theo Bering Jr. Inc. HOH-en MAIN HEADQUARTERS For Rice Students when in town. Come in and try our delicious Ice Cream and Soda Fountain Drinks. Bring Us Your Kodak De- veloping We Handle Jacob's Candies BEAMAN'S DRUG STORE Scanlan Building, 401 Main 8treet PHONE PRESTON 1483 STUDENT AND HONOR COUNOLS WELL ORGANIZED The Classes Have Elected AM of Their Representatives; Few Selections Open. low y/aw?/77y won'/ 7 zyyf" /j 7/7^ /%?<%%? - //? *?*?(?. 77y^/^ CC/77{? / /o /7<7W /7/J Tims' Modef Barker 5Aop M. T1RAS, Proprietor Those Ctassy Cottege Hair Cuts Open Nights—Strictly Sanitary 914 Texas Ave.. Opp. Rice Hote) Preston 1962 Bet Your Kodak Supplies From COTTRILL'S TEXAS PHOTO SUPPLY CO. )017 TEXAS AVE. The only E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 May 1921

! ' Ff-: \r * ssR38&^!b'' ji !;-^.t^-^A' r b. <B'!--iJ''e))) !MCt !Nam*UTE, , TEXAS, MAY 20, 1921 NUMBER 33 '! .y ?. i \, .-< OWLS FINISH SECOND !N CONFERENCE MEET JARVBAWMmM MPMSEMTSTCMS ATMAMHmG Clab! oi City to Be Asked to Send Letter* to Prospect* ELEVEN TRACK LEHERS C!YEN A DES10N OF THE "R. AND QUILL," GIVEN FOR MER)T0R)0U8 WORK ON THE PU^L'CATtONS. Coach Arbuckle Awarded Eleven Men Letters For Good Work on the Field and Track. ton a$ WeM Rice. as Friday uoon Coach Arubckie an- nounced the winners of the letter in track. Eleven good men were given the fiying tetters: Lindsey, captain; De Prato, McQee, Goss, Dyer, McCor- Harian< Coleman and Dowell. Sweaters wiii be given to the win- ners, of a sort similar to those of last year. These eleven men made it pos- sible for Rice to win the T. I. A. A. meet with ease, and come out second in the Southwestern Conference meet. GEBMSMANES LASHMMPRESSNN ON HOUSTON & MCE He Cave Lecture in Austin and %&Mway City, TRswc#...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 May 1921

THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houstwa, Tex**; 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 Hit! G. Gresham. '33 Editor-in-Chief F D. Hargis, '22 Business Manager R. B. Upshaw, Managing Editor EOtTOH'AL DEPARTMENT. A. D. Batjer. '23 News Editor Lucy Zimmer, '21 Associate Ed tor Margaret Blackwell, '22 Assistant Ed tor B F Payne '22 Exchange Editor Anah Marie Leland. '22 Society Editor E. O. Arnoid, '23 Feature Editor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT. B. P. Mayer, '22 Circuiation Manager: P H Gutty. '22 Ass t Circuiation Manager i Advertising dation came the second lecturer, Hon. William Howard Taft, Sir Auckland Geddes, K. C. B., British ambassador to the United States. Two of the most noted of American educators and lecturers will bring the academic session t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 May 1921

. . . ^ . K' I# !"^ ! '1 "1 . i = HE 43 WcayeaAoo?^ ^MMM^eencbfAcs fn . Impicaf Worsteds DeHghtfu! fof Summer Wear Wonderfu! vatues at *J5 BATTELSTHN'S TsMor-Msde RcaJy-to-Wear 618 Main bso , Samarai Bwttride Read FAs Woasfon Chronic^ (or Rice Wews The Chronicle has a reportorial repre- sentative at Rice, and is prepared to handle aH news stories available. Ath- letic contests will be written up in fuH. SEE M. S. MTORQUODAM 328 East HaH SUBSCMPHOWS MCE NEWS For Rice Students when in town. Come in and try our delicious Ice Cream and Soda Fountain Drinks. Briny U* Your Kodak De- veloping We Handle Jbcob'z Candies BEAMAN'S DRUG STORE Bosnian Buttding, 401 Main Street PHONE PRESTON 1493 0H!0 STATE WH.L BU!LD LARGEST STAD!UM !N U. S. Ohio State University is to have the largest stadium yet erected in the United States. It witl cost !1,000,000 and will be erected on a 92 acre p!ot of land on the eastern bank of the Olentangy River near the city of Co- iumbus. The stadium, which wit] be na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 May 1921

4 MMfPf STRAW H4T wMMmy PRICED. MEN and young men Kke thts m hat. It has style in it# lines, quality in its eoMtmetion, comfort in its light weight and good fit. It's a splendid grade—and a quality hat. Straw Hats, $3 to $8; Pana- mas, Leghorns and Bangkoks. $5 to $10. <vv z^- OM CAP)TO)J GRADUATION GIFTS from o Make the Occasion More Memorabie Sweeney gifts combine usefulness with beauty, making them a per- manent investment rather than a mere purchase. Watches. Diamond Rings, Bar Pins, Gold and Silver Novelties, Fine Leather Goods J. J. SWEENEY JEWELRY CO. 419 Main Street Cor. Prairie Ave. (By Mitt Marguerite John '1!.) Miss Hiisabeth Kaib M. who ha* bean working with the Woman'a Saf- frage League at Washington, D. C.. was a visitor at Rice last week. R Mrs. Roy Brown (nee Camiiie Wag- german IS) is visiting her family im the city before joining her husband, Major Brown, at his new post in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Carioa Madero were guests at the garden party tast Fri- day. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 May 1921

e* ^ ; t'-' ;"" ?'.,! H. ByyM PMMH*mg "Nwt," At Ow!, to the Stn^wt BtJy Judge Chester H. Bryan presents "reai" ow) to student body at Rtee, ae gift from 8hotwei)'s, ine. The presentation waa made Thurs- day, after an addreaa by the Brltlah ambassador. MCE TO HAVE FULL COACHING STAFF OF EXPERTS With Arbuckle at the Hehn, YergM, Hi!ty and Mann on the Field, Rice !* Ready for Coming Year. The committee on outdoor sporta met in regular business session last Friday afternoon and reannounced definitely the status of the various Rice coaches for next year. This was necessitated by some faise rumors and statements which have been print- ed and heard about the country. Just who started these tahte reports is mot known, but this announcement is made through the publicity chairman of the committee and, untii further notice, is Absolutely authentic and officia!. First, it is announced that Mr. P. H. Arbuckle is the director of ath- letics at the Rice Institute, having charge of all sports and o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 May 1921

**% Do yew get u?haf yaw Mcnf in yoHr cbfAta - 4wy&g? For the man who khow! and wanh right *ty!e, right At sad aU 'round goodnen m Ms dothM, we have MM wra, ssie, saaa and hone# recom- Kuppenheimer CooJ CIaAe$ You'U yet that hut when you Me the iateat arrivats Came in and siip into "an investment in good appear ance. LEOPOLD 6 PRfCE fAc Aome of XuppenAeimtr good c!ofAM (Continued from Page 1. Co! 6.) tpade 'opnaiatently the 100-yard daah in 9 4-5 aeconda and at one time made the diatanoe tn 9 3-5 aeconda. tying the world's record. The record time for the 100-yard daah of the Southern Association Is 9 4-5 aeeonda, so Und- aey atanda a good chance of tleing thia record and if in good form may be abie to break it. In ail the 440a that Lindsey haa been in thia aeaaon he haa made firat place, ao in thia race he should at ieaat take a piace. Lindaey ia partlcnlariy strong In the ahot-put. He haa not faited to take firat place in the ahot thia year and haa broke severat conference reco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 September 1921

THE FUMPR nEiJn VOLUM E VH MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 16, 1921 NUMBER I MtHTMTM KQXS wmt U)X! USTDf FMStMBt onsnmansm stmcMommow Tota! May go Over 1000. Dorms Crowded — Stu- dent Activities Begin. Registration of new students begins this morning at 9 o'clock in the Ad- ministration building. It is not defin- itely known just how many wiit regis- ter aitho applications have been re- ceived from over three hundred and seventy prospective Freshmen. Last year the Freshmen registration was around two hundred, showing an in, crease of almost 100 per cent for the year. Dormitory rooms that were opened to Freshmen on August 15 have long since been filled and a waiting list of .some forty names is now on hand. The Bursar's office Is pianning to ask the old students to take three in a room wherever possible. This condi- tion will, of course, last only a few weeks as a number of students leave during the first month each year and a larger number fail to return after the Christmas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 September 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 Ratees. ..$2.50 per yr., 10c per copy Thresher Office Room 104 Administration Bldg. THE BLANKET TAX. THRESHER STAFF. 1921 22. A. D. Batjer, '23 Acting Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry, Jr., '22 Business Manager R. S. Bickford, '23 Managing Editor Editoria! Department. E. 0. Arnold, '23 Asssitant Editor Fanny Black, '23 Associate Editor W. M. Dariing, '23 ..News Editor Ben MitcheH, '24 Ass't News Editor Buford Goodwin, '23 Sports Editor The Blanket Tax is a privilege and a benefit of which every Rice student should take advant- age. There are always a few who are ither nar- row-minded or thoughtless enough to be unwill- ing to pay that tax, and who are thereby deprived of the benefits to be derived from it. eLt us hope that this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 September 1921

TmTHMMM.H0CW0N.TMA8 PAGH THMH SuHrwtta: "A womM nhould get A *"*"'* p*y" Voice in rear: "Mo<t of em do." —PeUcM. Co-ed: "What makeo the toww of MM 1<M?" Ed: "It wM baUt during * amino." —Tnio Record SAFER THAW CASH WW HE deposits in this Bank are safer than cash. H When you keep cash at home or carry money * on your person, there is always a risk of ioss. The money may be burned or stolen, but when it is deposited with this Bank it is positively safe and secure. Safety is the most important consid- eration in connection with banking and this Bank has aiways rendered safe banking service. THE GUARANTY STATE BANK STATE Capita! and Surplus, !150,000.00 Hermann BIdg., Houston, Texas M "FACULTY FACT!. MiM Lore! Pruitt and Allen D. Mc- KiUop of tho HntMah^Department were mnrried They have decided to mahe Houaton their home, and are now lo- cated on BuriinKton Ave. in Westmore- land Another wedding of much interest to Rice students was that of Miss Mar Karat Brokan and Mr. Samuei G. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 September 1921

CONSTtTUTtON OF *!CH STU- OKNTg' AMOCtATtON. It a the cu* torn anch yaar to pub- Hah * copy of the constitution of the Student*' Association of Moo. and tha Out issue aeems to be the fitting time for it. There we many times during the year whan student* are confuted aa to certain provision* in the constitution. ao save your copy a* it appear* beiow. The Student*' Aaaociation was fir*t organized in 1918 by the students and the conatitution wa* drawn up by a committee of the atudent*. CONSTITUTION. Arttote 1—Nam*. The name of thia aaaociation ahaii be Th* Studenta' Aaaociation of Rice Institute. Arttete Z—function. The function of the A**ociation shati be to organize and oversee in ter-claas and inter-coiiegiate reiationa, ciaaa customs and priyiiegea and to direct such mattera pertaining to the best interesta of Rice Institute aa come within the province of the atudent body. Arttete 3—Membership. Each bona fide student of Rice In- stitute shaii be a member of this as- sociation Artte...

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