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

\ THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS Dana'TH? Ox/br& THEY'RE HERE- JUST THE KIND YOU WANT, TOO. The snappy "BeMeM" last, in soft MAT CALF or PATENT; plain toe, lightweight sole. Fits like a glove. Priced at only "PHOENIX' HOSE See our new showing of smart de- signs in Silk, Lisle and Silk and Woo!. Co/Zege SAoes /or Men TUFFLY& SCOGGINQ SHOE CO. ^ 524 Main Street Rice Hotel Block —an investment in good appearance K Buy your clothes the new way—make an investment in good appear- ance. You save money as well as time. You get correct style, long wear and thorough satisfaction—in KMppeMhetmer Good Clothes A special feature value now at $45 LEOPOLD & PRICE Represented at Rice by C. E. EtHot, Jr., Shetby Fetze Me AoMse of/fMppenAe&ner good? c/oMes ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, t tmnni) t) mm t) m mn tn trm t H .qhtfu! buya ,o^er<5 or his -l5,dy Carroll, Florist 922 Texas Avenue rmn m ) m ) m m< n < < * n tm < t * * rrrr Homer Mays Your oid Mend who has cut your hair at the Rice...

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

T H E THRES H E B, HOUS TON. TEXAS Graph oi Rice-Tutane Game Y1 ^ * rs h jJ 4-t- ^y S— — 7v/aw<**/w//^*^ -4—4- > > * ^-f-4 A///y *t')]<L t.'hm't above shows the progress tif ptay in the Rice-Tulane affair and t-e\< a)s the amount of the name car- ti( d<m in OreenbaLk territory. The Kit-c H"n! isattheleft, Tulune'sat the right. Dotted lines represent ]ine; !oss of the ball is also shown in ])unts. kick-offs, etc., and the heavier this manner with arrows reversed. dotted tines forward passes. Arrow; indicate possession of the bail, mark- The main purpose of the graph, how- ever, is to indicate in what territory ittg the end of each piay. Loss of the bait is carried. Change of goal ground is shown by a drop to the next after quarters is of course ignored. H *30 *35 *40 T"\ ON'T overlook the JLv fact that clothing prices are 'way less than those of last year; in fact, the figures above would have been some- thing like this: "$50, $60, $70." Besides, we are able to pres...

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

*aH:Mnt)intt*3<tdu<s mooK— VOLUME vn RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER.28, 1921 NUMBER 7 '.i' ""3 THE OWLS WERE VICTORS OVER SOUTHWESTERN RICE SQUAD IS CRIPPLED BY LOSS OF McGEE R Pirates Fight Gamely—Mc- Gee Injure Leg—Owls P!ay a Better Game R The Owl squad wiped out the dis- appointment of the last two games by an overwhelming 27-0 victory over Southwestern University iast Satur- day. The Rice goai was in danger at no time during the game; the heavy Rice iine held the Pirates on the piunges and few forward passes were attempted. The victory over Southwestern was darkened, however, by the injury of Graves McGee, stellar haifback of the Gray-Biue team. McGee received a badiy spraind ankie and twisted- leg tendons immediately after the begin- ning of the second quarter, just after he had made a nine-yard gain. It was stated Monday night that he would not be able to play football again this season. The loss of such a player, particularly before the Texas and A. & M. g...

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

T H E T HRES HER, H OUS TON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly newapa^er published by th<; stu- dents of Rice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second class mat^^Cctober 17 at the postofRce in Ho' der the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate* (^.00 per Year, 10c pe^ Thresher OfRcc—Room THRESHER STAFF, 1921-22 A. D. Batjer. '23 Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '22 Business Manager K. S. Bickford, '23 Managing Editor Editorial Department Fanny Biack, 23 Associate Editor W. M. Darting, *23 News Editor Ben Mitchi-H, '24 A*st. News Editor Margaret Black well. '22 Asst. News Editor E. B. Codiey. *2t S^rta Editor E. S. Weidon, 24 Feature Editor Tannie Lee Oliphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor K. M Winnsboro, '23 Hoots Editor It. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Boseiie Huriey, '21 Ex-Stude Editor Business Department Don Walker, '23 Circulation Manager M. X. Aitken, '23 Advertising Harry Coppland. '23 Advertising irancisVanZan<!t. 23 Advertising L. button, 22 Advertising Reporters !u!tai'tc:Lnant...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS Step Ouf in a Pair of "Chut Kichs" af the Big Game— Here's a rea! shoe that'!! make you proud of your feet any- where— The "Bancroft" Oxford A WINNER at Made of select TAN SCOTCH GRAIN; a!so BLACK EBONY CALFSKIN; plain soft toe. saddle strap, extension heel. S!!k and Woo! Hose to go With Them at $1.00 and Up —CoHege Shoes for CoHege Men— TUFFLY& SCOGGINQ * SHOE (X). ^ 524 Main Street Rice Hotei Block Bona aaaai laaai laaai aaai —a R Rice Sweaters *10 *12 *ig In Shaker and Jumbo Knit: These are exceptional values and are shown in Rice colors, plain white, also several combina- tions and solid colors. WILLIAMSON & LANDERS 505 MAIN STREET nnnnnnnnnnAaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaai SCRATCHINGS By MAC -rrnn t m * n m m ! m 77^6 Onj/ j. A. KIIBLER Proprietor mumum rnH The BRAZOS HOTEL STOP THERE EAT THERE— and make it your home in Houston. The rates are reasonable and the service the best. J. K. MOORE Manager n m <1 m 11 m n m...

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

T H E T H R E S H E R, HOUSTON, TEXAS RUSK FALLS BEFORE THE FRESHMEN 81-0 B Onslaughts of Freshies Are Too Much for Rusk Gridders The Siime team won an overwhelm- ing victory over Rusk Junior College iast Friday on the Rice field. The fina! score was 81 to 0. The game was featured by long runs by the Freshmen and the utter inability of the Rusk team to stop any style of piay put forth by the Green Owls. Fans expected a much closer game as the Rusk team tied the Freshmen of iast year in a scoreiess and hard- founht game on the Rusk Held. The entire first string backfield of the Freshies including McCoy, Coiiie, Smith and Thomas, starred, while the line did as we]]. The Rusk eleven put up a good fight but they were en- CAMPANILE TO BE PUT OUT IN RECORD TIME Pictures of Students Now Being Made for 1922 Book B Pictures of members of the Junior class, whose name* begin with the letters A to D, inclusive, are to be taken today, according to the sched- ule posted by the Campanile. The pic-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 October 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS Quakers were moved by a spirit of faith f HMwUC 3ypHTt OT MW has moved seven hundred and Afty students and their Blanket Taxes are paid. They are citizens of the College community. Has the spirit moved— YOU? See "The Preacher^ today. y,., ,, ,rT TIME: Saturday Afternoon, 3:00 p. m. PLACE: Clark Field, Austin, Texas. EVERYBODY BE THERE! —SHORTY. T '''' D-rn t n t nn m tut m ) * 111mm tm rrt-rrrm ! ^ h < < t < t EXCHANGES +m-rr< rum ) n nm tm rn ti! rn-r ^ ! - The !ast issue of the "Trinitonian" was edited exclusively by the girts of Trinity U. H The Juniors of Phillips U. gave a very good imitation of the Seniors by carrying peppermint candy canes to class. R On November 5 the women of Stan- ford and California meet in a swim- ming contest, the first meet of its kind between the two schools for three years. R Baylor Seniors have selected high collars and canes as the distinctive dress for the boys. This apparel will be worn every Monday, comme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 October 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS OWL GRIDDERS MAKE READY FOR THE LONGHORNS —*— (Continued from Page 1.) ability at quarter and the swift work of Swartz is a vaiuabie asset. No one has fears for the line. The forwards have combined beef and speed into a charging wail which can- not be matched in the state, many be- lieve. Upon their shoulders will rest most of the burden in the Texas name. Their ability to hold the Long- horn backfield and open the Longhorn tine wit) probably decide the contest. The end to end average is 191 pounds, a statistician has announced. Tactdc to tackte measures 203 pounds. Kinht guard averages 230 pounds— Heavy Underwood. Giant Duggan, now almost recov- ered from his injury in the opening name, may be used against Texas if necessary. Dunn an May be depended on for fight. Alexander is a seasoned and pow- erful tackie; Barrett at center is an accurate passer and a vaiuabie lines- man; Jimmy Dutton has made good at his H'uard; and Wiltiams is a star of ohi at tack...

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

VOLUME VH RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 4, 1921 NUMBER 8 DR. ARDERN AND ILLUSTRATED LECTURE GIVEN BY DR. ARDERN R Compliments Rice Engineers and the High Grade of Work Here R That Dr. Edward Ardern and Al- derman West of Manchester, England, wiii long carry pleasant recollections of their visit to Houston and Rice In- stitute seems assured from their ex- pressions of gratitude and apprecia- tion for the hospitality tendered them during their stay. The two eminent guests, along with members of the Houston Engineering Club, Mayor Hoicombe and other city officials, and the Rice faculty were entertained Tuesday night with a reception and luncheon given by the Engineering So- ciety at Autry House, following an address delivered by Dr Ardern in the physics amphitheatre. Thursday morning the party was in- vited to the Institute for a short in- spection of engineering equipment and other features. Dr. Ardern is known as one of the foremost of English municipal engin- eers. He is ...

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

E T HHBS HEN. HO US TON. TBI A S THE THHESHEB A weekly newtpaper published by the §tu- dent* of Kiee Institute *t Houston. Texas. Entered as second ctass matter Oetobcr 17. IHtii. at the postofHee in Houston. Texas, un- der the act of March 3. !87tt. Bnhncriptian Kat#a $Z.OO per Year. tOc per Copy Thrssher OMca—Room !04 A. B. THRESHER STAFF. tMt-ZZ A. D. Batjer, 'US Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '22 Business Manager H. S. Mickford. '23 Managing Editor Mditoriat Department Fanny Black. '23 Associate Editor W. M. Darltng, '23 NcwaEditor itm Mitchell. *2t A st. News Editor MarKaretiilackwei], '22 As t. News Editor E. S. Weldon. 2! Feature Editor i'annie l.t-t* Olifihant. '23 Co-Ed Editor K. M. Winnsboro. '23 HMts Editor K. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Raselle Hurley. '2t Ex-Stude Editor Mts^it- Smith, '23...... Photographer Business Department Dun Walker. '23. .. Circulation Manager J. B. Field" As t. Circulation Manager M. N. Aitken, '23 Advertising Harry Copland, '23 Advertising F...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS HSBSB88BB A Fmwriie Shoe uMh CoBege Men— "BfMTON' A RUSSET TAN SCOTCH GRAIN Brogue mode!; square toe, wing vamp, heavily per- forated. A smart shoe for classy dressers. See this topnotcher at Headquarters for Snappy Siik and Woo) Hose —CoHege Shoes for CoHege Men— TUFFLY& SCOGGINQ * SHOE CO. ^ 524 Main Street Rice Hotel Biock an §! §n t m rMinni'M'mn 11111 r§ timinnnnrrnr Buy Better Clothes The kind that stand up in At, in looks and service. The kind that, doltar for dollar, outwear so-called cheaper clothes (costing half as mneh). LEOPOLD 6 PRICE The House of Kuppenheiwte!* Clothes Represented at Rice by C. E. EtHot, Jr. ^ t m m <! t m < n m m m m rum < n n m *mn t < m< * < t < M rm ) 11 m ) m t < <! r* < rm 11 rr<) < Houston Typewriter Exchange Agents CORONA, L. C. SMITH Factory Rebuitts—AH Makes. Typewriter Supplies Fannin (Near Court House) PRESTON 457 t rn t m * m m <) <xm < m m < < < m rm n-...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS Checks Cashed? 1'U Say We Do* WILSON BROS. Union Suits Featuring an exceptional union suit inWilson Bros, cotton-yibbed fabrics; long sleeves—ankle length. A very sightly as well as dependable garment. All sizes $1.45 Imperial Drop-Seat $2 Vassar Union Suits $3.50 DL on on on DO no Rice gg Store an aa an an = na a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa SHOTWKHJS 604 Main TEXAS LONGHORNS BEAT RICE OWLS BADLY SATURDAY 1 M11H <1 ) ) * Ml ) M M H MIHH'M M^M.Ml Oar Oniy Excuse Our Only Excuse for handling your money is that this Bank is Accurate, Reliable and Courteous. We have no other argument to offer. GUARANTY STATE BANK HERMANN BLDG., 206 TRAVIS ST. HOUSTON, TEXAS t Mimiii 11 M Mimm rrt t M MM M M M Ml Mil! * aggaaaaoaaaaaaaaacaaaaaaacacDtraccaaaatraccaccaagagcgaa gacaaaoaaoacaaaoaaaaccaoaEOCEicnGcccoaLoccGcacDoaacagg na aa aa aa aa an na nn an aa aa aa aa an nn nn na aa aa aa aa na ...

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

/H J VOLUME vn MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 11,1921 NUMBER 9 OWLS ARE VICTORS OVER THE S. M. U. BY A SCORE OF 7 TO 0 KENNEDY SCORES LONE TOUCHDOWN IN FOURTH PERIOD Rice Gets Within Striking Distance of Goal More Than Once. R The Mustangs of Dailas last Sat- urday went down, despite a valiant fight, to a defeat of 7 to 0 before the Rice Owls. Both teams played ad- mirably we!!. The game was a steady rather than a sensationa! one, blight- ed somewhat by numerous penalties. Rice's goa! was endangered twice by the visitors but the o!d Gray-B!ue line held and forced S. M. U. back into her own territory. The game started with Kitts of S. M. U. kicking off. His kick was caught by McCaine, who returned the ba!! 2B yards. Rice, making but 8 yards in the next three downs, was forced to kick, the ball going into play on the 50-yard line. The Mustangs then made two first downs in spite of a 5-yard penalty for off-side, and suc- ceeded in pushing the pigskin to Rice's 10-yard line. Fa...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the stu- dents of Rice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second class matter October M, at the postofftee in Houston, Texas, ua* der the act of March 3, !879. Subscription Rates $2.00 per Year. !0c per Copy Thresher (MBce—Room !04 A. B. THRESHER STAFF, MM-23 A. O. Batjer, '23 Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr., '22 Business Manager K. S. Bickford, *23 Managing Editor Editoriai Department fanny B!ack. '23 Associate Editor W. M. Dariing. '23 News Editor Ben MitcheH. '21 Asst. News Mditor Margaret B!ackwe!i, '22 Asit. Newa Editor E. H. (#odiey, '24 ..Sports Editor E. 8. WcMon. '21 .Feature Editor Tannic Lee OHphant. '23 Co-Ed Editor R. M Winns!!oro, '23 Hoot^ Editor it. E. Warn. *23 Exchange Editor Hot-jit- Hurit-y, '2i Ex-Stude Editor Smith. '23 Photographer Business Department Don Walker, 23 Circulation Manager ! H i i' jds As t. Circulation Manager M. N. Aitkin. '23 Advertising Harry Copland, 23 Advertising...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS KicMa' theMgsMn —the Greatest Sport of AH RICE! We're with you strong in the great game with A. & M. today Sure, we'H he there wfth&eHs on in a New Pair of Famous Shoes far Men. Wear a Good Pair Yourself Good Shoes For CoMepe Men Hose to Go With em TUFFLY& SCOGGINQ SHOE CO. ^ 524 Main Street Rice Hotei Biock angaggaac aaBaaaaac SB88gS M in extensive variety QjMp J. J. Sweeney Jeu^ry Co. ... < m m * m )) m < t) n m ) m n n ) *) i n tm mm rrnmmmmum).! u.Lcve CARROLL, FLORIST -n n n m m m n rrrr rrm t * * m m < * < rum ) 77te Otf/ [. A. KHBLER Proprietor 11 < nm.*j The HOTEL STOP THERE EAT THERE— and make it your home in Houston. The rates are reasonabie and the service the best. J. It. MOORE Manager tH*mt*HmHH!TTT*r Convenient SAIMTARY EfRcient It is a pleasure to serve Rice Students Stxfeen cAa&s <2? your serutce a// Me fi'me I^RiccHoM Barber Shop Basement Rice Hote! nnm<f<nm*<..T-rrr THRESHER MEETING. B— At a ca...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS no an S8 na aa §8 na aa aa LOTHES tailored to you and for you, are like registered stock: A little better stu# in 'em and a longer line of worth-while achievement back of 'em. That's what we offer you in Clothes JnJtvi&taMy taibred by Bamngey-Noyton Co. * * < * Suits, $40 to $73 Overcoats, $45 to $63 BARRINGER-NORTON CO. 410 MAIN STREET E. R. DUGGAN. RtCE RtFRESENTATtVE jllJllll) ) i MIC HI LLLUL1 Ml ll.t.HJ.LU-iUJ ) f t )i Boom - Rah - Rice Yon Rate got to that game, boys Read reports of other games from alt over the country, Saturday morning [N The Houston Post Jt<St Snn! !iL Spurt N^' S . < t t tn t rnTii^m-) t <-! )-t rm-m t-tT*) ) t")llMl)) i M M ) ijrmrrrrurr ij. TYPEWRITERS NEW AND REBUILT Allmakes Rented, Sold and Exchanged - Ribbons, Carbons and Supplies Allmakes Typewriter Exchange Oil FANNIN STREET PRESTON 3506 f r rr) rf rrrr rrT^T-n*m rrrr ) ) t r) ) rrrrrr t 11) )t)t 11 t tlli T t n ) tt t m tmi M M M M M t M M M Ml !il Mid ...

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

' ' AHaf. .R.... n ^ : VOLUME VH R!CE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 18, 1921 NUMBER 10 ;T7EA.&M. TERRELL SCHOOL FALLS BEFORE THE OWLETS 27 0 SCORE FRESHIES ARE TOO STRONG FOR THE TERRELL ELEVEN R Briiiiant Open Field Runs McCoy Dashes 80 Yards For Touchdown R Not to be outdone by the wonderful playing of their brothers on Armis- tice Day, the Owlets defeated the Ter- rell Prep. School from Dallas Satur- day afternoon by the score of 27to 0. The brilliant broken field running of Thomas was one of the main feat- ures of the game, while the spectacu- lar 80-yard run of Captain Dale Mc- Coy for the Slimes' first touchdown in the first quarter brought the spec- tators to their feet. The punting of McCoy and Williford also kept the ball in Terrell's territory. Time and again line plunges and end runs by Smith, Thomas, Colley, Sullivan, Wil- ford, Asbury and Randall netted gain after gain, bewildering the ever-fight- ing Terrell team. The Owlets were very successful with the forw...

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

T H E T HRES H ER, H 0 UST ON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A week!y aawna;wr pub!i*hed by th*: atu- dentt* of Riee !nwtitvte at Hom^ton. Ta!MM. Entered as second c!a<* matter October H. MUR. at the postofMee in Houston. Texa", na- der th^ act of March M.!87H. 8abscf4p!!aa Rataa $2.00 per Year, 10c per Copy Thresher QfHce—Room A. B. THHB8HER STAFF, A. !). Batjer, '33..... Editor-in-Chief Jak*- Henry. Jr.. '22 business Manager R S Mckford, '23 Mananingr Kditor Editorial department i anay Biack. 23.... Associate Editor W. M. DaHinK. 23 Nt-ws Editor H< nMitcht*i!. '2t Anst. News Editor Marnaret Hiackwei!. '22 Asst. News Editor M. H (2o<ii*<y '2 ( Sports Editor H. S. Weidon, 24 Feature Editor Taaah* !.ee Oiiphaat. '23 Co-Ed Editor i(. M. Winnsbor*!, '23 Hoots Editor H E. Warn. '23 ExehangeEditor itusciie Hurtey. '2! Ex-Stude Editor Hasincss Department PonWuikt'!, '23 Circulation Manage) J i!. i ifid^ .As t. Chcnlation Manager M N. Aitken. '23. AdvcrtiunK Hntry ('<)!M-]und. '23 Adve...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS 4 Shoe u?iih QtMtHfte* for CoHege Mew— Th$ "La VW<*H K# A —in DARK BROWN LO- TUS CALF, built over the famous square toe "LA VILLE" last; wing tip, cleverly perforated, half rubber heei. Drop in, let us show you this ciever shoe Worth More, But Only *9 Open TiH 9 Saturday Nights Shoes for College Men—Hose to Go With 'em TUFFLY& SCOGGINQ * SHOE CO. ^ 524 Main Street Rice Hotei Block aaBsasHsaamaBBBaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaHHmmHa <JH m ) ) ! ) ! t H ! t t ! ! ) ! 1 IT in extemifc variety J. J. Sweeney Jewelry Co. 417-419 Mam m ) t!! m )) t n t n t mrt . n n m ................. r.-r... .mmn . m .. .... ........ ... ..... .. ..... Houston Typewriter Exchange Agents CORONA, L. C. SMITH Factory Rcbuilts—AH Makes. Typewriter Supplies Fannin (Near Court House) PRESTON 457 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^ 'does SlM Kno^ ^ulcye CARROLL, FLORIST .-. . . ........ ........ .-rr 7%e OnV J. A. KHBLER Proprietor m. t n -n BRAZOS HOTEL STOP THERE EAT THERE— and make ...

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

TH E THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS — — a mc^ - ' ^ Young men, business men, profs, a!! find genu- ine satisfaction and com- fort in KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES See the latest arrivals. Our clothing prices start at $27.50 LEOPOLD 6 PRICE The House of Kuppenheimer CMothes Represented at Rice by C. E. EHiot, Jr. South Texas Commercial National Bank 213 Main Street CAPM AL AND SURPLUS, $2,000,000.00 Houston's Banh of Service" rrrrrrt rrrt rti rrrt t rrm t rm^rrt ) ) n n 1111 tm ' ti t. LI) )1 tJ.Ul t t.LtJLtJJ LilJJJ-LL You wit) wan! to know how (hat Thanksgiving Day game hclwt-tn Texas State and Texas A. & M. comes out Read about it in The Pious ton Post rrr m rrn mn r rrrrrrrt t Mum).) *.u t tt.t.t in ti t t.t ttt 111111 tinm i.i:r Back to Pre-War Prices Watch <-!<'i<tn'(!. $1.00; new main spring, $1.00; crystal fitted. 25c. M)<vi;ts-= )n .tin) broken lenses dupticated at a big saving. AH kinds of eyeglasses repaired. MOREAU JEWELRY SHOP ll-c Busiest Litt,!eSh<n' in Htmstt...

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