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

THjK nm VOLUME VH MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1921 NUMBER 11 MCE WELCOMES ALUMNI AT THIRD ANNUAL REUNION p (By RoseHe Hurley, '21). Thanksgiving Day is here again and with it all the graduate students who can possibly get here for the third annual home-coming of Rice Atumni. This is a great day for aH. The student body gets an opportunity to become acquainted with the Alumni and thus to see how the true spirit of Rice lives on among her students after the few years of attendance here, which come to an end when the long- looked-for degree is received. On the other hand, the Alumni come back and view with pride the progress Rice has made in the last few years, and they renew with their associates the old iove for their school and its achieve- ments. Thus this day affords an op- portunity for bringing together the graduates of Rice with the students in attendance so that they are all one college body, with the interests of Rice at heart. The association of Rice Alumni h...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1921

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON. TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by tho stu- dents of iMce Institute nt Houston. Texas. Eo(*re4 as second ciass matter October W. at the postofttce in Houston, Texas, un^ der the act of March a. 187$. Subscription Rates $2.00 per Year. 10c per Copy Thresher OfHce—Boom A. B. THRESHER STAFF. IMI-Z2 A D Batjer. '23 .Editor-in-Chief .!akt? Henry, Jr.. '22 Business Manager it. S. Hickford, 23 Managing Editor Editorial Department Fanny Mack. '23 Associate Editor W. M. Darting. '28 News Editor H'-n MitcheH. '24. .. Asst. News Editor Mar^ar^t B!ackw<*!!, *22 Asst. News Editor H. B. C^Bey. '24 Sports Editor E S Wv!don. 24 Feature Editor Tannic OMphant, '23 Co-Ed Editor B. M. Winnsboro, '23 Hoots Editor B H Warn. '23 . Exchange Editor BturH* Hurh-y, '21 Ex-Stude Editor Business !)epartment !)on Wa!kt!r. '23..........Circulation Manager J H Fit Ms.,.. Asst. Circulation Manager M N. Ai(km. '23. Advertising Harry Copland, '23 Advertising C. L. i)utlon, '2...

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

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS The French Club will meet on De- cember 1, the place to be announced Men Mr. Ma!co]m Stratford, '20, who is now with the Texas Company at Port Arthur, wiM be here for the reunion Thanksgiving. Mr. J. C. Saunders and wife wi!i be among those attending the reunion today. Mr. Saunders is now an in- structor at A. & M. This week is "pledge week" among the giris' c!ubs, and interesting wii! be next week's Thresher in which the pledges wilt be announced B— A Spanish Club is in the process of organization now under the direction of Dr. Giasscock. The nominating committee has been appointed by Dr. Giasscock, and the club will soon be a working unit. Meetings are planned to be held every two weeks with oc- casional social meetings at night. B Miss Marguerite John is coming for Thanksgiving, but will return to her duties at La Porte next day. R Miss Marguerite Wessendorf and Mr. Buddy Rose, '21, will be among those coming from the University of Texas for the O...

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

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1921

& THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS 33 COACHES HOWARD YERGES AND LEONARD HILTY Who are coaching Rice Varsity this year. Verges is coach of the backfietd and Hiity coaches the line. The combination of the two gives the Owls a strong coaching staff. Yergcs came to Rice from Ohio State, where he was an assistant coach, and where he was formerly quarterback on the Buckeye team. Hiity was a former mainstay of the Pittsburg line and was selected by Walter Camp on his All-American. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, <! n MCE FOOTBALL SQUAD Name Alexander Barrett Bickford Boettcher Campbell Chambers De Prato .* Duggan Dubose Dutton Kennedy (Acting Capt.) Lawrence McKean Swartz Underwood Williams Willis. McCaine.., Dunlap Goodwin Penix . Roberts Coleman Simpson Perry Tadlock - Klotz Thomas Name McKinlcy. Cullen Bowles Haskell (Captain) Hill Bailey Thompson.. James Stahl Boyle. 1 F<w iVMwAf)' Tackle 17!) 3 0 Center 215 2 8 Tackle !72 2 2 Half 108 3 11 End 158 1 12 Quarter 151 1 20 End 155 4 10 Guard 180 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 November 1921

§' ; CM! THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS , . . , - .^'*. , . '^,- *Ty.;S;- THE MCE BAND As seen on Armistice Day, when the members appeared for the first time in <)n<ii new uniforntg. The band has had a very successful year and has won mut-h praise both from students and Houston people. The band p!ays on all fitting occasions for the students and has played several times for Houston .Ktivities. C. M. Supple is the director, and Jack Meyer is the "strutting" drum major. TIMNITY HOLDS THE OWLS TO A SCORE OF 28-14 (Continued from Page 1.) .\]<'t[ ison aKain kicked off, Rice futn- bh <1 ami Trinity recovered. After a I nut by Morrison and three first downs by Rice, Chambers made the M < otxl touchdown and kicked goat, th t'iato returned the next kick-off 30 yards. Soon after McKean fumbled, recovered, and made 4 yards on the play. Hice attempted a punt which was nicety btocked and rebounded to the .H)-yard tine, where Chambers re- covered. Score: Rice t-i, Trinity 7. tn the ...

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

T7HCt**T^TT< JE#annnm VOLUME VII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 2, 1921 NUMBER 12 OKLAHOMA TAKES LAST CAME FROM THE RICE OWLS SOONERS WIN FROM RICE BY SCORE OF 27-0 K Ten Rice Gridders Finish Their Footbai! Career in This Game B The heavier, speedier Oklahoma Sooners roundiy outplayed the Owls on Thanksgiving Day, acquiring most of a 27-0 score through brilliant aerial manipulation. The Rice team fought hard and for three periods held the visitors to two touchdowns, though without seriously threatening the Sooner goal themselves. Oklahoma completed some remark- able passes. While some of these were broken up and others failed through hard luck, Rice never solved the attack from the air and devoted herself mainly to preventing the re- ceivers from stretching their gain to a touchdown on each play. Some hard and desperate tackles were turned in by the Owt backs and safety men dur- ing the course of the game. In the fourth period the Sooners ran wild with their aerials, co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1921

T H E T H BBS H EE. H 0 UST OM, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekiy newepa^r pubih*h#d by th*? %tu- dpnts of R!cc institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second class matter October W, HH6. m the postofHce in Houston, Texaa. un- ttertheactof MarchS. M79. ^ubsedptian Batss $^ 00 per Year, iOc per Copy Thresher OfRce—Room !$4 A. H. THRBRHER STAFy, A. 0. Ratjer. '23. Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. ^2 Business Manager t.'. Hutton. '22 Asst. Business Mgr. R. S. Bickford, 2^ Managing Editor Kditoriai department !'anny Mlack. H!!. Associate Editor W. M Dariing. 23 News Editor Mutuant Black we!). '22..... Asst. News Editor M. B. Cudicy. 2t ... .Sports Editor Tannic tee OMphant, 23 Co-Ed Editor B. M. Winns!x'ro. 23 ....Hoots Editor B. R. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor UnseH!! ijurh-y. '2! Ex-Stude Editor Business Department !'.m Waiter. *23 Circuiation Mgr. !{ !!. Manrtan, 2R A^*t. Circulation Mgr. MN Aitktn.23.. Advertising HirryCtipWan'h^! Advertising Reporters tfitWi'tisStani Abna!)avMsonC. !i. t'ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1921

TH E T H RES HER. HO UST ON, T EX AS <4 Co#e%r<e Man's SAoe 77:e 'Unyy/e" man. tn rich, DARK BROWN CORDOVAN. bnUt over a comfortable semi-En- glish last; foxed per- forations; medallion de- sign on toe; Goodyear half rubber heels. A winter shoe of snap and vim for the college Unusually priced at NEW AMUVALS !N COMFY SUPPERS BtLK AND WOOL HOSE ARE HERE. TOO Priced tow—and they mtke !!)EAL CHR!8TMAS GfFTS 5/toM /oy- Co//epe Men //o^e, /oo TUFFLY & SCOGGiNC ! SHOE CO. U 524 MAtN STREET RtCE HOTEL BLOCK Friends of Miss Marjorie Lewis *iii be sorry to hear that she has withdrawn from the Institute. m extensive variety <U&P J, J. Sweeney Jeti^ry Co. 417-419 Main -rt) m n mmn mm n < m )!! 1t rm < t n t n m ., rrrm ! rmn m m ) § 11 m * * tm < t m mm mi-n-r MOREAU JEWELRY SHOP The Busiest Littie Shop in Houston" Room 2(H 10)3 TEXAS AVENUE Bring us your watch and jewelry. We do it so satisfactory that you will recommend us to your friends. Eyeglass prescriptions fill...

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

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS (T tmbr*Hn* !) .3(l ann up E.SO and upl 13.50 and nn Sutts and 27.50 and up SpnrttmatE S.iOandnp Union Suits !.50andup Pajamas !.7<!andup < tvthw Hrushcs 1.00 and up Let things that men- iolhs your gift Nwkwear ! .M and up S)Ut Shttta KWandap HoaiMy ^ M and up BtM* !.M and up Fancy B*!t Bucities t.ao and up !nMa) Handiterehitfa .IS and up Cuff Hn!ts .Wtndwp tuff Links and Tit C!aap 8.4. 3.90 <md ap Scarf Pin. t.Mtndup Dress Sat# 4.S0 and up Knives and Chains 4.00 and up Vest Chains and up Cottar Bam .7! and up Bath and Lonnsinz Hobta 4.00 and up Woo) and SiMt Scarfs 1.00 and up TravcUnx Sets 5.00 and up Bit) Fotds !.M and up MiHtary Brushes 3.50 and up Hand Bats 5.00 and up Suit Cases 6.00 and up Moves 50 and up Smohint Jackets 7.50 and up Cane* 50 and up todies'SHh Hose SI.75. $2.30, S3 and S3 SO LEOPOLD g PRICE The House of KMppenheimer Cfothea Represented at Rice by C. E. EtUot, Jr. m ) t H t M n ! rmnmm ) tm <) tm < ru rum ! Levy Bros....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 December 1921

*"r' ^ KS"' n HnnL &3;^ ys n VOLUME VII MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 9,1921 NUMBER 13 FRED C. BOETTCHER LEAD OWLS ON GRIDIRON NEXT FALL BUSINESS MEN GIVE BANQUET TO FOOTBALL TEAM R Letters Awarded to 18 of the Players of 1921 FootbaM Squad R Fred Boettcher of Houston was elected captain of the 1922 football team at the banquet tendered the foot- ban squad by the business men of Houston at the University Ciub last Saturday night. Fred has made three ietters on the Owl team and has a worthy record as a fighting full and half back. His popularity among the squad for the past seasons assures the next year's team of a man who will be a leader indeed. After the banquet; 18 letters were awarded by Coach Yerges to men of the squad for meritorious effort dur- ing the past season. The letters an- nounced by Coach Yerges were for the following men: Dyer (captain), DePrato, Williams, Dutton, McKean, Chambers, Boettcher, McGee, Camp- bell, McCaine, Barrett, D u g g a n , Swartz, K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 December 1921

T H B T BBBS HBB. H 0 CST ON. TBXAS THE THRESHER A wtohty Mw<pxp*r puMMxd by tha tttu- of Riw Houston. Tewn. EntoreJ M MccoJ c)<m nutter Oetobfr IT. the txntofBo* tn Houston, Tew. un- der the Mt of March !. HW. BMbwtiptten R*te< M M per Ye<tr, tOe per Copy Threeher OfHtt—Room M4 A. B. THKMHBN STAFF. MM !! A. D. Batjer. '23 Editor-tn-Chtef Jake Henry. Jr.. 22 Buttnem Manager C. L. Dutton. '22 Asst. Business Mgr. R. S. Biekford, '28 Manatttnn Editor Editortat Department Fanny Biaek, '23 Associate Editor W. M. DarHtn. '2S Newa Editor Margaret Biackweii. '22 Asst. News Editor E- B. Godiey, 24 Sporta Editor Tannie Lee Oiiphant. '2B Co-Ed Editor B. M. Winnsboro, '23 Hoots Editor R E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Rosette Hurley. '21 Ex-Stude Editor Business Department t)on Watket, '23 Circutation Mgr. R H Hannan, '25 Asst. Circuiation Mgr. M. N. Aitken. 23 Advertising Harry Copetand. '23 Advertising Reporters Hititiresham AtntaDavidsonC.H. Parsons P. R. Dtouithtt J. K. Swinford Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 December 1921

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS GREET IN GS! Your Shoe Store wishes you A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year In the meantime we will be giad to serve you in any way we can Most complete iine of holiday Footwear—Slippers and Hos- iery for men and young men SAoes /or CoMepe Men—//ose, Voo TUFFLY & SCOGGtNC ) SHOE CO 524 MAtN STREET RtCE HOTEL BLOCK in extensile mnety J. J. Sweeney Jewe&y Co. ^17-419 Mam nm ) )) 1 )1111111111111111111 ))))))))))) rum rrrr NEW AND REBUILT Allmakes Rented, Sold and Exchanged Ribbons, Carbons and Supplies Allmakes Typewriter Exchange 611 FANNIN STREET PRESTON 3S0H n n )))) m ) 1 ) 1) 1111) 1111111111 ))) )i )i * 11 ) < < n M m < m ))111111111111111 )i))))))))i))))))))))))i PrMc ant% Se%/-Respect Pride is bad. Self-Reapect is good. Doing business with a bank increases your self-respect. Sometimes it punctures your pride. In both cases it renders you a real service. GUARANTY STATE BANK HERMANN BLDG. 206 TRAVIS STREET HOUSTON, TEXAS )) ) 1 ) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 December 1921

-,i i. Let things that men* .XW Mhswant,taMe yo"** giU^hoosing Nadtww - -...! .M! MtkBMtt* s.M t HMttty -M' Bt!t. Paaty B.tt ButMo. t.M< tnitta) HtndhtrehM !5 < Cuff Unk. M and up Cuff Hn)f and Tit C)Mp8cf :.M.w!av Scarf P)na LMandup DrmnStt* 4.40 and up Kninw and Chatna 4.00 and Mp V«H Chatna !.$9 and pp Cottar Mtm .74 and ap Bath and Loun^tnff RobM $.B$aadBP UmbrtttM )!.M and ttp Wax) and 8)Ut Serf. t.OC and up Sweater. 5.M and up Trav.ttnt S.t. Ma and Hp Fancy Ywt. 3.M and ap Bttt Fatd. t.M and ap L^diM' sntt Mititary Bru.he. 3.50 and ap """ H 7!. M SO, $9. $!.M Hand Ban- S.OOandap Sport Coat. 0.50 and ap Suit Caan 6.00 and ap Union Suit. i.SO and ap Htovc. 50 and ap Pajamaa !.75 and up Smoking Jackets 7.50 and ap Oathaa Braahta i.00 and ap ( anaa 50 and ap Kuppenht-imtr Suit. and Overcoats Spcciai at !0 Far Cent Off LEOPOLD 6 PRICE The House of Kuppenhefwter Cfothes Repreaented at Rite by C. E. Eiiiot. Jr. THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS RICE FINANCES ASIA MINOR MACHINE Levy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 January 1922

VOLUME vn RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 13, 1922 NUMBER 14 STEPS TAKEN BY STUDENT COUNCIL TO ABOUSH HAZING RULES TO TAKE EFFECT ABOUT JANUARY 20 Paddles and Belts Must Be Cast Aside; Other Rules To Be Obeyed Abolition of indiscriminate hazing of Freshmen witi go into effect about January 20 unless contrary petitions are circulated and presented to the students' council before that time. The student body was acquainted with the formation of ruies governing haz- ing at a mass meeting Monday noon, at which apparent sentiment favored the action of the counci). Outstanding features of the rutes, which were posted January 10, are that individual, indiscriminate physi- cal hazing be no longer permitted; that such hazing as is allowed be a Freshman - Sophomore affair; that Freshmen be required to live up to certain traditional customs, including the wearing of caps, shunning of the grass and the deadly cigarette, and the maintenance of proper respect for upper classes; and that th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 January 1922

T H E TH R ESHE B :: H O UST 0 N.TE X AS THE THRESHER A twnMptf paMhhad by Hm stn- 'ifntt of Riw !n<titut* <t Houston, Texm. EnMOsd M MMttd <Mtt*r October H. !9t6. <tt the pottefHte )n Houston. Toxsn. un- der the Mt of Msrch !. M M t^r Star, Kit per Copy Thmhtr OfNte—R<M« H4 A. B. THRE8HER STAFF. !Mt-M A. D. Batjor, '23 Mitor-tn-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '22 Business Manager ('. t.. button. '22 Awt. Busintss M^r. R. S. B ekford. '23 Managing Editor Editoriai Hepartment Fanny Btaek, '29 Ainoetate Editor W. M Dariitnf, '23 News Editor Mar^ar t Btaekweii, '22 Aast- Nevn Editor E. B. Godiey. '24 Sporta Editor Tannie Lee OUphant. '23 Co-Ed Editor ' nn Ht. 25 Hooti Editor R E Warn, '23 ExcimnKf Editor Ho eite Huriey. '21 Ex-Siude Editor Ki. .'<r ....Feature Editor Business Department HunWulitt-r, '2H CircuiationMKr. it. H Hannan. '2!i Ai-at. Circuiatiun Mgr. M. N. Aitttcn. '23 Advertising Hurry Coptiand, '23 Advertising Reporters \!ma Davidson HiiiHresham C.H Parattns J. K....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 January 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS SALE OF Manhattan Shirts $2.60, now $1.65 $4.50, now $2.95 $3.00, now $1.95 $5.00, now $3.35 $3.50, now $2.35 $6.00, now $3.85 $4.00, now $2.65 $7.00, now $4.65 $7.50, now $4.65 LEOPOLD 6 PRICE The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes *ry ] MT! tmmum t * *i)) *)m u tm t rrmmm rn-n-t Dramatic Chtb Rice Institute Jan. 19th—8:30 p. m.—Jan. 20th AUTRY HOUSE Three Choice One-Act Plays Each Night Splendid Settings :: Good Casts Expert Direction hH ) H n tn <m t) t m n m < * m mnnm rm r JReFweFM&er 27t:g. It is more profitable to burn mid- night oil than midnight gasoline TRY IT Don't Spend JtAlL The Union National Bank OF HOUSTON Cor. Main St. and Congress Ave. n n m n n H ) H m n t! m t n ) t m ) n m rrW Statement of the Condition of The Guaranty National Bank OF HOUSTON, TEXAS At the Close of Business December 31, 1921 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $ 767,581.29 Furniture and Fixtures 16,136.17 Stock Federal Reserve Bank 6,000.00 U. S. Bonds $215,346.96 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 January 1922

TH E TH R ESHE B :: H OUSTO N.TEXAS ALL SET FOR BASKETBALL ENCOUNTERS Games tonight and Saturday with the Sam Houston Norma! quintet wi!! open the 1922 basketbaU aeason for Rice. The visitors are believed to have a fast and iikeiy team, and the Owis wiii not be troubled with over- confidence when they go into the "Y" court. A. & M. has defeated the Nor- ma! five by decisive scores but they had no waikaway. A pep meeting Friday noon wiii ini- tiate the basketbaU rooting of the season. The Rice five wiii be sup- ported in the same manner as the Rice eleven, and rooters are starting out with all the enthusiasm in the world. As for the Ow) iine-up, there is no method of determining which men wit) fit) the places on the team when the opening whistle Mows. There has been so much able materia! avaitabie and the showing of them all has been so good that nothing tike a reguiar five has been working together. Captain McKean has one of the guard positions beyond a doubt. His brother, J. P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 January 1922

M: VOLUME vn MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 20, 1922 NUMBER 15 SECOND BIENNIAL ENCINEERINC SHOW UNDERWAY AT RICE EXHmmON TO TAKE PLACE THE LAST OF MARCH R The Engineering Course Af- fords Interesting ProMems Aiso Many Hardships Suppose you were told that you must build a bridge across a great river, or erect a 30-story office build- ing or furnish water for a great city. Wouid you know what to do first, and then how to foiiow through with each step untii your task had been com- peted ? These and many others are the tasks of the engineers every day. And the tasks are done so successfuiiy that we ]ive in the midst of their work without realizing that our very exist- ence is dependent upon them. With- out engineers there couid be no rail- roads, no electric lights, no street pav- ing, no waterworks, no skyscrapers, no good roads, no busy factories. In fact our whole life and civilization are dependent in a large measure on the brains and energy of the engineers. To the men enga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 January 1922

T H E T H B ESHE B :: H 0 UST O N.TE X A S THE THRESHER A n#w<p*p*r paMtohfd hy tha <tu- of RtM tMtitUt* *t HwntOB. T*)tM. Entmwf <M MMBd Mtt*r Octobtr M. MM. <tt tb# pootoMM in Homton. T#%at. na< d«- th< get of M<trch S. UTS. RatM M.OC p*r Yw. Mo p*r Copy Thwohw Oftiw—Raam M4 A. B. THMHHHH HTAFF. MM M A. B. Butjcr, '!! Editor-in-Chief J tits Henry. Jr.. M ButintM M*n*<:er C. L. Dutton. !!2 A<xt. Bminett Mttr. R B. Bickford, M Mtntninz Editor Editorftt D*p*rtm*nt Ftnny Bttck, '2! Anoeitte Editor W. M. DariinK. '33 New. Editor Mtrturet Biaekwei). M A«tt Newt Editor E. B. Godiey. Z4 Sport* Editor Tannic Lee Oiiphtnt. '2S Co-Ed Editor Hate) Cannon. '25 Hoots Editor R. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Rosette Huriey. '21 Ex-Stude Editor Etl. McCuttounh. '24 Feature Editor Busineaa Department Don Waiker, '23 Cireuiation Mgr. R. H. Hannan. '25 Asst. Cireuiation Mgr. M. N. Aitken. '23..... ....Advertising Harry Copeiand, '23 Advertising Reporter* Atma Davidson HiiiGr...

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