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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 September 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE FIVE Thia Store C!oae* *t 7 p. m. Saturdays j^E'S a "Kuppenheimere'd" man — wearing an mvMtme^ His suit is a Barton sport mode!, one of the poputar styte: you'!! And here in a sp!endid array of fabrics. LEOPOLD & PRICE R!CE [NSTMUTE STUDENTS! You are cordiaDy invited to ca)I and get acquainted with our store. We have many of the necessary requisites for the study and lecture ha!!. Loose-Leaf Note Books and Fillers SmaM Note Books, 5c Upwards Fountain Pens, Conklin's and Waterman's Dictionaries: French, Spanish, Latin, German and English, Also English Classics. SPECIAL: "Eversharp Penci!s" showing enameled Rice Institute emblem, $2.50 to $5J5. o c 409 Man Street The Shci) Fur Boots Phone Preston 1833 Your Patronage Soticited ^ $ CARTER BUILDING BARBER SHOP J. P. HEiNRiCH, Propr. 609 MAIN STREET SAY FELLOWS: How about one oi those keen coMege hair cub at one of the most sanitary barber shops in the South? We have 16 chairs ready (or you aM the tim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 September 1921

PAGE mx TKTAH CHURCH COLUMN. * *. Centra) Presbytsrisn Church, Fannin and Pease Ave., Rev. C. M. Wiiey. pes tor. Sunday School at 9:45; a fine ciass of young business men tor the and 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor at Rice student. Preaching at 11 a. m. 7 p. m. Christ Episeopai Church, Texas and Fannin St., Rev. Peter Gray Sears, rector. Hoiy communion at 7:30 a. m. Church Schooi at 9:30 a. m. Serv- ice at 11 a. m. Congregation Adath Yeshurum (Or- thodox Jewish), Jackson and Waiker Ave., Rabbi W. Wiiiner. Services: Friday evening at sunset; Saturday morning at 8:30. First Baptist Church, Rev. James B. Leaveii, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. at the City Auditorium. Sunday Schooi: Baraca class, 10 a. m., City Auditorium; Leaveii Bibie ciass, 9:45 a. m.. Queen Theatre. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m„ City Auditorium. First Christian Church, Main and Bett Ave., Rev. H. R. Ford, pastor. Bibie Schoot at 9:45 a. m.; worship at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Young Ladies' Bhiiathea ctass, taught ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 September 1921

''9 USHER VOLUME VM R!CE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 23, 1921 NUMBER 2 1 OWL SQUAD HAVE WEEK OF STIFF PRACTICE YERGES AND HiLTY WELL PLEASED WHH SH0W!NG MADE "Never Say Die" the Motto Men Fast Getting Into Condition. FORIY-HVE SUMES !N FOOTBALL ACHON Green Owls Report Daily to ArbucMe, Taylor and Nicholas. Coaches Yerge and HHty put the Owl squad through its first week of strenuous training with practice twice daiiy, consisting of conditioning exer- cises and the fundamentals. such as faiiing on the haii, tackiing. punting and catching punts, and charging. This hard work has piaced the men in ex ceUent condition and the next week practice wiii be more advanced and intensive as the coaches begin to whip the team into more definite shape. And for the squad's part, it is work- ing earnestiy to do its share. No tag- ging is being toierated, nor is anyons piaying the stacker with the coaches and the, others of the squad. Coach Yerge's "never say die" spirit has soak- ed into the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 September 1921

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS as—assas THE BLANKET TAX. There are still some one hundred and fifty stu- dents in Rice who have not paid their Blanket Tax. The Thresher regrets to announce this fact to the public, but on!y by persistent prod- ding wiii some individuals respond to their duty and pay up. However, such urging as The Thresher may give through its columns can aid only in a small way. Much quicker and larger response may be gained if each student will do a Subscription Ratees $2.50 per yr., 10c per copy! little to help "Preacher" by talking the Blanket ! Tax up and explaining it to those who do not un- Thresher Office Room 104 Administration BMgJ^rstand its workings. Find out who has not paid up his tax and try to make htm feel asham- ed of himself—if such a thing is possible to Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffice at Houston, Texas, under th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 September 1921

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE THREE /*= y$a FtMoM*— Rea! Brogue Oxfords with the CoMege —The "Bancrott" ful! of pep and snap. THE "BANCROFT" BROGUE OXFORD Pictured above is one of the many styles we're showing- and it's made a big hit with college men. The "BANCROFT" is a plain toe mode] either in Mack or tan "Nor- wegian" calf. with broad saddiestrap ot pebbled "Scotch" grain leather; ex- tra heavy broad hee) and so!e. A wonderful college man's shote, at only— $ 10 H AappenAeimer CooJ GofAes Why Jo we sell them ? _ Why Jo we recommenJ them? Why Jo we JepenJ on Kup- penheimer gooJ clothes to satisfy yon? Just because Kuppenheimer good clothes are an investment in good appearance, because they please you, serve the purpose of our business: give it strength, confidence, friends, and perma- nent customers. You'll like the newest styles and fabrics. Very unusual values now here at LEOPOLD <3 PRICE —the House of Kuppenheimer Good Ctothes. $40 Headquarters for Cotiege Men TUFFLY &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 September 1921

PAGE FOUR THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS Did you know that the new Commu- nity House will include many loveiy feature* for the girts? The cafeteria, which proved such a Messing to piris in the past two years, is to be con- tinued, and in addition there wiii be a private dining haii in which parents or friends may be entertained at iunch or at afternoon tea. On the second fioor there is to be a study haH and rest room for the girls. aii furnished in white wicker and biue cretonne, containing aicoves and desks and tables for study, and chairs, iongues and big comfy chairs fpr re- pose. There are many other items of in- terest about this nice, new place, bnt we will tell you of them later. Just ask Mrs. Blake or Mr. Masterson about the services and dances which are to be held over there and you'li see how lovely it is. FOOTBALL EQIUPMENT 20 Per Cent Discount to Rice Students C. L. & THEO. BEMNC CO., he. 909 MAW STREET "We Treat Your Clothes White" BURKHART'S Laundry & Dye Works i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 September 1921

VOLUME VH MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 30, 19Z1 NUMBER 3 AUIRY HOUSE 10 OPEN FOR CHURCH SERV!CE SUNDAY Reception Postponed to Mon- day Afternoon; Other Eventa to FoMow. Services Sunday at the newly com- pleted Autry House wilt mark the opening of this institution to Rice students and the Episcopal diocese. Due to last- minute detays, the recep- tion ptanned for Thursday could not be given, nor will it be possible to hold the dance scheduled for Saturday night. The latter affair will prob- ably be given in the Institute Com- mons. The regular early communion at 7 o'clock and morning services at 9 o'clock will constitute the Sunday church program. Rev. Harris Master- son will conduct these services. It is understood that several lunch- eons and parties are planned for the coming week in the new structure, at which different organizations or clubs will meet for the first informal gath- erings of the year. Monday afternoon from 4 to 6 a reception will be given for Episcopal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 September 1921

PAGE TWO STON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October IT, 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. 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. O. Arnold, '23 Asssitant Editor Fanny Black, '23 Associate Editor W. M. Darling, '23 News Editor Ben Mitchell, '24 Ass't News Editor Margaret Blackwell, '22 Ass't News Editor Buford Goodwin, '23 Sports Editor E. S. Weldon, '24 Feature Editor Tannic Lee Oliphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor K. T. Rowe Business Department. Don Walker, '23 Circulation Manage? M. X. Aitken, '23 Advertising Harry Copeland, '23 Advertising R. M. Winnsboro Hoots Editor Reporters for This Issue. Joe Ritter C. E. Elliott .Julia Plea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 September 1921

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAK PAGE THREE "A store for Rice men" c tL: &OHn$tNMnnf You Know "BATTELSTBIN'S' HOUSTON We make a specialty of clothes for college men and we feature STYLE QUAUTY FIT. Our clothes are just the sort of clothes that coHege men. ambitious for sociai or busi- ness advancement ought to wear. You cannot he!p but !ike the Fa!! styles we are show- ing, because with all their goodness, they are so favor- ably priced. When in town, call in and look them over. We also repair your dothet. G. L. DUTTON, Rice Representative "A PERFECT FIT FOR EVERY MAN" 618 MAIN ST. H. L. KLOTZ, Rice Representative t j MCE MSHTUTE STUDENTS You are cordiaHy invited to c&U and t acquainted with our store. We have many of the necessary requisites for the study and iecture haH. LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS AND FILLERS SMALL NOTE BOOKS, 5c UPWARDS FOUNTAiN PENS, CONKHN'S AND WATERMAN'S DICTIONARIES: FRENCH, SPANISH, LATIN, GERMAN AND ENGLISH, ALSO ENGLISH CLASSICS. SPECIAL: "Eversharp Pencil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 September 1921

PAGE FOUR THBTHRE8HER, HOUSTON, TEXAS MOM, too/ CVERY MAN seeks thorough satisfaction in his ctothes-buying—wants right style. At and quatity craftsmanship. That's just why Kuppenheimer Good Ciothes are right for every man. You'!) find a Kuppenheimer suit here to meet your every whim and desire. Just see! LEOPOLD 6 PRICE -tAe home of XappenAeimer gooJ c/o(Ae$ f]J Win NEEO A CORONA )M COLLEGE 3 T J 3 L T S who hand in coronatyped tn n , laboratory and lecture notes / ri:eive higher marks. In fact, yjjaretud y handicapped in school rco!- 4 w tHjta Corona. t Seniors' theses MUST he typewritten, so why not have a H machine now and use it ati through coliege? *;* Then, too—coronatyping your notes hetps you to retnem- tter them, ant) when exams come you have something leg- *;* ihie to study from. *:* A tew years ago it was a iot- *:* tunate student who couid possess 4* a typewriter—for a "standard " ma- (hine cost $100—and then it had to he crated and shipped to college. What Students Say...

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

-,-\Y . -! VOLUME VU MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 7, 1921 NUMBER 4 OWLS S.LI. BY 54-0 SCORE TAKE OPENING GAME OF SEASON Schwartz Stars with Sensa- tional Runs—Dyer and Kennedy in Old Form -McCaine and Dug- ganlnjured. After a. brief and stubborn resist- ance for the first few minutes of Sat- urday's game, the Southwestern Louis- iana Industrial institute broke before the attacks of the Rice Hne and the dodging sprints of Swartz and Dyer, allowing the Owis to piie up eight touchdo ns for a finai score of 54 to 0. Swart : might properly be termed high point man of the meet. The tough littie 140-pound half could not be stop- ped; time and again he tore off twen- ty and thirty-yard gains through broken fields, and four times crossed the S. L. I. goal line, nearly always after sensational runs. On one oc- casion he received a punt on the 20- yard line and streaked through the entire team for a touchdown; later he pulled off forty and fifty-yard dashes through right end for touc...

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

PAGE TWO THE IHMSHEH 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. 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. O. Arnoid, '23 Asssitant Editor Fanny Biack, '23 Associate Editor W. M. Darling, '23 News Editor Ben Mitchell, '24 Ass't News Editor Margaret BiackweH, '22 Ass't News Editor Buford Goodwin, '23 Sports Editor E. S. Weldon, '24 ... Feature Editor THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS YELL PRACTICE. Tannie Lee Oliphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor R. M. Winnsboro Hoots Editor I Some short snappy yeHs with !ots of voweis wili The Thresher is morq, than giad to take note of tHeyeH practices which have been heid during this week. The ...

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

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS PAGE THREE 4 CoHegt Mm * SAoe ' -Sn*-- —a robust shoe of TAN SCOTCH GRAIN, brist- ling with Style and serv- ice. In a class by itse!f at 3 Similar Style at $10.00 Te!! "DUCK" AITKEN yocr shoe troubles. He's Our Representative. —CoMtfe 5AM* /or CwHege JWes— FFLY & SCOGGIN SHOE CO. 524 MAIN ST. MCE HOTEL BLOCK- Our displays of new fall clothes reflect that finished art which is the real essence of style. In cut, materials, fine tai- loring, fit and finish they typify all that's best in style. For clothes that appeal to the dressy man, come here. Priced much less than last year— jf hrat&tb Eg and up ON MAtM *' t APtTOL Get Your Kodak Supplies From COTTMLL'S SU^LY CO. t it) HotMon FANNtN AND EAQLE ST*. Phone Htdley 44 ) Lower Prices Even though prices are lower than for several seasons, the economy of Kuppen- heimer good clothes is based on quality rath- er than on price. Worthy quality in all de- tails—style, fit, fabric and tailoring, is as- suranc...

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

PAGE FOUR CM& y<w CAeeA? Manhattan White Oxweave Shirts ffwCoHegeWen^ Featuring a most attractive line of Manhattan Ox- weaves with buttoned down coHars attached. *3 iKMPVEnamfe THE R/CE ^rORE HOUSTON TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 408 Fannin Street (Near Court House) Factory Dealers—Corona (Portable) Factory Deaiers—L. C. Smith FACTORY REBNLT TYPEWRITERS ^ ALL STANDARD MAKES ^ You can buy a typewriter from us on terms as !itt!e as ; $10 Cash and $5 Monthly * } WE RENT TYPEWRITERS TO STUDENTS j $3.00 PER MONTH & ! Biggest business and best typewriter house South. 20 f years' successful business. We lead—others follow. i I SUPPLIES, REPAIRS, ETC. A. H. POLLARD Agent, Rice Institute ROOM 332 E. HALL * We Are Anxious to Se!! You Your Athletic Supplies and oHer 10 per cent discount to you. Shoes, Supporters, Gym Suits, Football Supplies And AH Supplies for the Athlete C. L. BERING COMPANY 1009 and 1011 Capito! Avenue Not on Main St. The First Nations! OF HOUSTON Houston, Texas CAPITAL -...

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

THE ESHER VOLUME VM RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 14, 1921 NUMBER 5 TULAM TEAM SAB Rice Sure to Have Hand# FuH; Student Spirit Inspirm?. Team and student body are on tip- toes this week in anticipation of the Tuiane name Saturday. Yerges and Hiity have been giving the squad a fina! working over and there Wiii be pienty of pep behind them in the root ing sections. Yeii Leader Shorty Mayer has per- fected plans for the greatest, livest, longest, most enthusiastic pep parade through the business section of the city tonight that has ever been staged in the history of Houston. Every man and woman who has a singie touch of college spirit, everyone who believes in Rice, wiii be at Lamar and Main at 7:30 tonight. The band wiii be there, the best band Rice ever had—and that's saying a whole iot after last year. )oo. "Bring a big horn or a gong or a klaxon or a loud whistie." says Shorty. "Don't conte up there with a tiny littl cow belt that one can hear only six ieet. (Baylor did t...

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

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER, HOUSTON. TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the Mtudentw of Rice lnntitute at Hous- ton. Texan. Entered as second class matter Octo- ber 17. 1916, at the postoffice in Hous ton. Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates $2.00 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office—Room 10* A. H. THRESHER 8TAFF, 1921-22 A. 1). Batjer, '23 Bditor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '23 Business Manager R S. Bickford. '23 Managing Editor the wi!! of the students. The Thresh- er would atso be glad to pubtish in its columns an expianation of the matter by anyone who shouid care to make the explanation. R REAL R!CE $R)R)T. That reai oid Rice spirit was cer- tainty in evidence iast 8unday morn- ing New students caught it and the oid ones teamed it a)t over again, it takes a defeat once in a white to bring out the best that is in a person and the same idea certainty appttes to a sehoot. When the news came from Waco that the team had been defeated there were regre...

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

THE THRESHER, H0U8T0N, TZXAB PACE THREE Mace %)u -Seen 7He Men) C/o/Aes We're 5Aou!!ng? ' BATTELSTEIN'S" HOUSTON They Are FuM oi the Pep and Style That College Men Demand, and They are Priced Right Wonderiul Value! at $35. and $40. 618 MAIN STREET 'A Perfect Fit for Every Man" READY-TO-WEAR TAILORING \ 7:ra*' WoJel Barter 5/top M. TiRA8, Proprietor Those Ctassy Cottage Hatr Cute Open Nights- Strictly Sntitrary 912 Texas Ave., Opp. Rice Hote) Preston 1962 "4$ COMFORTABLE AS AMOCCASMT it Is likely that the Indian language contained no such expression as "foot discomfort," because the self-conform- ing Moccasin fitted the foot naturally. So does the Cantiiever Shoe fit the foot of the modem woman. The last is shaped to the natarai foot—not to the artificial iines of a changing, thoughtless fashion. The Cantiiever Shoe fits correctly, with toe-room and a snug heei seat; the fiexibie arch draws up when you iace the shoe and gives that restfui, naturai support to the foot arch so heipfu! ...

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

PAGE FOUB Gtf Wht " Km What There are two things to clothes buying: First—know what yom want. Second—Qet what you want. You want correct style, good fabric, expert tailoring, at tower prices. That's exactly what you get in KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES Invent in a Kuppenheimer good appearance — spien did values nuw showing at mux ME -fAe /tome of AuppenAeimer Cood OofAe$. Represented at Rice by C. E. ELLIOT, Jr., SHELBY FETZE bSOC WRITE HER ON MCE SEAL STATIONERY GET ]T AT THE CO-OP Page <%- 7"Ae Candy < / Carter Buiiding Cigar & Candy Store Phone Preston 1008 HARRIE G. SWINFORD Get Your Kodak Supplies From COTTRILL'S TEXAS PHOTO SUPPLY CO ^ ^ ^1017 TEXAS AVt; ^ P*MRM4Cy FANNIN AND EAGLE STS. Phone HaJIey 44 Does your face fee! drawn and tired? Try one of our Special MASSAGES Sixteen Chairs at Your Service The Barber Shop Where Sanitary Methods are used. THE MCE HOTEL BARBERSHOP Sasemant Rica Mola) BAROQUE TENDENCIES. HOMER!MAYS You* oM Mend who hat cat yarn hair at the Rice H...

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

VOLUME VII MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 21, 1921 NUMBER 6 SOUTHWESTERN TO INVADE OWL ROOST SATURDAY R!CE!S READY FOR BIG CLASH WITH PIRATES H Seven Letter Men Back for Southwestern. Dyer Out of Game Temporarily R The Southwestern Pirates from Georgetown will be the opponents of the Rice Owls on the gridiron tomor- row. The Pirates are not to be un- derrated despite their two defeats in their Arst two games. They have always put up a good Aght against Rice and can be counted on to cause the Owls some trouble tomorrow. The Southwestern team this year was built around seven or eight letter men from last year and will, no doubt, get better as the season advances. The Pirates will be remembered as the team that after a bad start last year defeated Baylor in mid-season. This goes to show that no s et up is to be expected. Coach Yerges is taking no chances of any slip and the Varsity has undergone a week of stiff practice. The Texas game is only a week oif now and Coach is primin...

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

T H E THKES H ER, HO U STO N. T EX AS THE THRESHER A wwk!y newspaper published by the !ttu- dvntH of Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. Entered as second c!ass matter October 17, 19M. at the postofHce in Houston, Texas, un- der the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates $2.00 per Year. 10c per Copy Thresher Office—Room 104 A. B. THRESHER STAFF, 192122 A. D. Batjer, '23 Editor-in-Chief it. S. Uickford, '23 Managing Editor Editorial Department ! annyB!ack, 23 Associate Editor W.M. Darting. '23 News Editor HtnMitchiM. '2t Asst. News Editor Margaret HiackweM. '22 Asst. News Editor H. S. Weidon, 2!.! Feature Editor Tannic Lee Oiiphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor H. M. Winnsi^oro, '23 ....Hoots Editor it. E. Wam. '23...... ExchangeEditor Business Department Don Walker, '23 .....Circuiation Manager M.N. Attken, '23 Advertising Harry ('<*!tp!Hnd, '23 Advertising i rancisVanKandt, '23 Advertising K. T. Jiowc E. R. (lodiey Red Moore C. E. Kiiiot THE TRLTH ABOUT MODERN DANCING. SuL'iat reformers ate...

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