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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER 1, MM T. C. U. TIES RICE: OWLS MAT S.U (Continued from Page One) tine buck. The next play meant 35 yards with Vance carrying the ball around end. Brown came around the other end for a Z0-yard gain for the first touchdown. (Time of play. 1% minutes.) Vance kicked goal. South- western received. Rice kicked BO yards and Southwestern returned 10. (South- western penalized 15 yards for holding.) Southwestern was forced to kick. Vance fatied to return the punt. Fendtey went through the iine for 3 yards. Gripon followed for a gain of 1 yard. Brown went through iine for 3 yards. (Southwestern offside, 5 yards penalty.) Vance lost 1 yard off of end. Brown followed by losing 4 yards off end. By a repeated end run Brown gained 5 yards. Rice attempted to punt, but the ball hit the Owl line of scrimmage and went over to Southwestern. Southwest- ern made a spectacular 35-yard run but was called back and penalized 15 yards for holding. Southwestern kicked and Fendley returns...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER t. MM THE THRESHER A fortnight]}- periodica! pvMiahed by the wtudenta of the R)ce tnatitute at Houston, Texas. SmsCBMT!ON RATES Per copy 10c Per Academic Year T6c Business Office, ftoom 104 Administration Building. m'UBNH M1LL18 Editor-in-Chief S. ftASMOND BUOOKS.-.^lanaeing Editor itUTH SULLIVAN Associate Editor J. P. ^iAitKHAM, Jr....Business Manager <!. H. TB.\YLOR...AsB't Business ^ianager it. W. PATTEX Circuiation Manager J. XEWTOXltAYZOB Athletic Editor LHltOYLJLLA!;D< HtmtLHYSiMOXS; .Assistants STAFF PEPORTEUS. HHltOL EUAN ELSBETH HOWE LAiLAMAit BL'THDAUUBEUTY 'HAIUJUm'Di' P.M. HOi-FH EDITORIAL t ou t:*;1: tm mnsm p. (let acquainted! Every opportunity Thethurrhesiuthectty, tite various t)ui)s and class orgai)ixations of tin'coHese are busy at this time of the year creating opportunities for ti!etn?w tmients to get acquainted. Nobody is an outsider unless he chooses to make himself one. We live in a small cont- inunity and are bound togetiter by ve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER 1. 1916 TENNIS SHARKS PLAN TO HOLD TOURNAMENT Will Begin November H{ Eatrieo Closing on the 4th. Beginning on November 8th & prac- tice tennis tournament will be held on the university courts. -Both singles and doubles will be arranged for and much new material is expected to show up from the large body of new students Throughout the fall the courts have sel- dom been idle, and all who have been working out are urged to enter. Two new courts are being added to the present group of four. With these all aspirants should be able to get in several hours' practice each week. The tournament of last spring was very successful, and with the practice tournament of this fall to create interest the competition next spring should be strong. Entry lists may be had at the Resi- dential Hall office, Groupe I. Entries will close Saturday noon, November 4. * CHURCH RECEPTION GIVEN NOVEMBER 11 Second Presbyterian Church Will En tertain Faculty and Students. AM the students ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 November 1916

THE THRESHER. 1,1*M =r The DayHght Tea Room ON THE MEZZANtNE Luncheon Mtnu hotn 2:30 to !:90—S^ndwichM, So)«h Hot Chocohte—Everything N ice —RewMbte Pfita. w. c. Sahy&y Night Table d'hote MTHEDAYUQHT TEA ROOM ONTHE^ZZANHQE TRY !T ONCE- YOU'LL UKE !T ^ Goo J 5u# of C/o?Aes A a GooJ Bu3!ness /n^as/menf N college or in the business world, a man will make a better impression for being well dressed. He will go farther and he will go easier. Many men of brains af- fect to despise clothes, dress carelessly, imposing upon themselves an unnecessary handicap requiring extra labor and effort to overcome. Start even with the other fellow in the game of life. Dress well—you can make no better investment. You do not need to dress extravagantly. When clothing made by such famous designers as Rogers-Peet Co. and Strause Brothers can be had at such prices as ours, it is within the means of every man to dress well. /n tn Co/onngs an J in Fa&rtcs, ^ese *Su%5 Leo J anJ %Aet/ are %n/ MoJerafeA/ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 November 1916

THRESHER Vol. 2 MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS. NOVEMBER 15, 1916 No. 4 3 MORE INSTRUCTORS ADDED TO FACULTY MESBHB. LOWE, HAWES AMD ROACH TAKE VP THEIR DUTIES AT mCE. Large Increase in Student Body Neces- Bttated Their Appoint- ment. On account of an unexpectedly large number of students matriculating last September the Institute authorities have found it necessary to increase the num- ber of instructors at the Institute. Three of these have now arrived and taken up their work. L. F. H. Lowe, A. M. (Prince- ton), has been appointed instructor in French and now is in charge of sec- tions of the Freshmen and Sophomore classes. Mr. Lowe graduated at Prince- ton in 1910, and took his master's de- gree at the same place in 1911. Before coming to Rice he spent Hve years as an instructor in Hoosac School, a pri- vate institution in Hoosac, N. Y. Mr. R. P. Hawes has been appointed Instructor in Education, and now has classes in Education 100 and 210. Mr. Hawes took his master degree at Brown...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER IS, MM FOOTBALL SITUATION HOPELESSLY MUDDLED A. A M.'B VKTOHY OVER BAYLOR tl'SHTS THE HOI'E AOAIX. A)))mn-n()y \« Tfxat< Teant Can Haim the Stat*- ()mt<mi<n<- shlp. A. & M.'s 3-iI victory over Hayior Sat- urday tied another knot in the race for the State championship and upset ntore dope. If taut year was one of surprises and complications, this year is one of still more astounding complex- ness. Last year the affair went in a < ircie, Texas beating Mice, Hice beating A. & M. and A. & M. in turn beating Texas, leaving Hayior only tangled to the cirtle by her touching Rice for an unexpected contra-dope victory. This year the problem is mure of a criss- t-ross square. Texas beating Hice, Hay- tor [mating Texas, Hice beating A. & M. and A. & M. beating Hayior. and with it yet to be seen who wiH be the victor in the A. & M.-Texas Thanksgiv- ing fray. Kone of the major teams of the State remain undefeated. Who shaii have the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER M. 1916 RICE TRIUMPHS OVER A & M.: SCORE 20 TO 0 (Continued from Page One) made both of them. Vance kicked goai. The only time that A. & M. threat- ened seriously to More was in the sec- ond period of the game. Taking the baii in the center of the Raid, the Far- mers started a steady march down the field. Burns hit center for 3 yards. Two short forward passes, Roiiins to QiiHlian, made it first down. These passes, negotiated from a fake end run formation, were hard to break up. and was the most consistent method of gaining ground that the Farmers used. On the next play Settegast made 3 yards on a tackie around tackie piay. itice broke up a pass, and another faiied of completion. A. & M. fumbied, but George dropped the baii. Another pass, Holiins to Giifiiiian, netted 16 yards. Another went the same route for 12 yards. The Rice goai posts were drawing nearer. Stiii again the aeriai attack proved successful, this time for 20 yards. The baii was on Ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 November 1916

<3*- THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER M. MM nptTt? TrTJDT?cnJn?B 1 ttJEL i A fortnightly per)<nltc&i published by th^ Btudento of the Riee institute at Houston. Texas. Entered aa secand-ciaaa matter October 17. t!UC. at the postotTiee at Houxton, Texaa. under the Act of Match 3. 18*9. smtstxmno*} MA<ns Pet* copy 10c t'er Academic year 75c ihniness Office, iteom 10) AdminiBtratton Building. E t U1-JX H M t LL,18 Hd itor- in-Ch ief S. UAYMOXD HttOOKS...Managing Editor HUTU SL'LHVAN Associate Editor J. i'. MAitKHA^l, Jr....Business Manager (.!. ii. TitA\*L.Oit...Ass't Business Manager R. W. i'ATfEN Circuiation Manager J. XMWTON RAYZOH Athletic Editor LH Bii^t*AHD ^ \s^iwtantH MiUHLta MiAiONS f vsststants STAl'l' itEBOltTEltH. itmtot, H<!AX EL^BETH HOWE I.. \[. I.AAiA): itUTH DAUUHEBTY < itv.s. A) Ht'UD CAAHULEWAOHAMAN EDITORIAL THK HHXT!OX. i't-ncittnUy aH the Rice students joined with the Utmost enthusiasm in Houston's celebration ot President Wii- son's re-eiection iast Satu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER 15, 1916 He was just a common Freshman, but he hailed from BilMngB City, the place that aH the hicks come from, which is more or less a pity. His Haming tie and Freshman cap were the shade of Christ- mas hoiiy, his speech was trite, his head was light, and he was off his troiley; but these things did not worry him, he giided on serenely, he knew two hun- dred other fish were acting just as greeniy. And when the Camivai con- vened, he did iike any other—Hsh and dived into the smother. With confetti in his right hand and a tickier in his ieft, he iaid about with might and main as though of mind bereft; with glad- some whoops he onward swoops, nor hears his victims mutter, tiii they rise in wrath and block his path and dump him in the gutter. A sorry sight in piteous plight, he is a poor pariah; his battered pride is sorely tried, he hears the "Black Maria." I WAS THLLINO Susie * * * ABOUT THAT swell affair * * a THHM BAPTISTS gave us a 4 * WHKHM we listened a a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 November 1916

THE THRESHER, NOVEMBER 15, MM w 604 MAIN ST We have a treat in store for you. Drop in and try on one of our New Better-Back Overcoats—a coat of style for men who desire something different from the com- mon run of overcoats. Made by the best tailors in America. PWcay # fo #35 ^ Suits for young men with plenty of pep, rough fabrics and high grade serges, pat- terns to suit every taste. jPricejf #15, #is, #20 and #25 JUST ARRtVED: Remember, although clothes do not make the man, they give the first impression. RELIABILITY SHOTWTELL S RELIABILITY nr*HE LATEST 1 EAGLE SOFT HAT HIT— for Men that ^a!ue Correct Headgear T#ith the snap of smartness. Of super-quality Cactus Bnish ielt—good company fo^ the new rough weave men's fabrics to prevail this fall. COLORS: Half a dozen shades in FOREST BROWNS AND BOTANY GREENS $3.00 DROP [N? NO HARM TRYiNG IT ON THREE RICE MEN WITH US THEY WILL BE CLAD TO SHOW YOU MUNZ IS CHAMPION IN TENNIS SINGLES Hit<-y Lost * to Hint; (handler, Former ( hantpitm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1916

JL JtiL JM/ JL JnL iv JM/ & nil JM/ Jv Vol.2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 2. 1916 No. 5 AN INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE IS PLANNED FOR SECOND TERM WILL BE THE FIRST IN THE HIS- TOBY OF THE INSTITUTE. Freshman Debate WQI Take Mace Im- mediately After Chr-istmaa. The Riceonian and the Owl Literary societies are looking forward to their Hrst inter-collegiate debate, which they plan to arrange for some time during the winter term, and with some college team which will put up a stiff Hght. Conference committees from the two societies got together last week and de termined to arrange, if possible, for a debate with representatives of some well-known college or university. The Owl Club has appointed a permanent committee to deal with other organiza- tions in arranging for such events, con- sisting of J. Newton ltayzor, E. M. Wat son and E. R. Millis. Selection of Rice representatives to such an event wili probably be made by election in the two societies of several candidates, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 2, 1916 put the baH on Arizona 30-yard Mae. Fendiey passed 20 yards to Brick, who juggled the baH momentarily, then fell over the goal with it. Dormant punted out and Vance missed goa!. Rice 13, Arizona 3. Arizona showed a brief Hash of suc- cessful forward passing, at this stage. Meyers hurting severai good ones to Haiimark and McPherson, but the baH was dropped at critical times, stopping the Wildcat advance. Vance and Jack- son pushed the ball to Arizona's 15-yar< line. Vance passed over the goal line to Hudd for Rice's third touchdown. Jackson kicked goat. Rice 20, Arizona 3- On the kickoff Arizona received and sprang a criss-cross pass that allowed McPherson to get free for a 60-yard sprint to Rice's 20-yard line. Craw- ford ran over for a touchdown on the next piny, but was caiied back for hav- ing been downed on the 15-yard line. Meyers passed successful))* to McPhet son for 8 yards, but a penalty drove Arizona back 15 yards and Rice took the bait on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 3, M16 TtWNHMYM T NMH ATM KOTBB Texao Alumni of the University of Texas from aii over the State Hocked in large numbers to Austin on Thanksgiving to attend the homecoming of oid students and the inauguration of President Vin- son. The inaugural ceremonies were elab- orate and impressive. At 8:30 in the morning an academic procession was formed, including students, faculty, board of regents, invited guests and ex- students, ail wearing special regalia. The Seniors wore caps and gowns, At 9:30 in the Haii of Representatives at the State Capitoi the inaugural ex- ercises were held in the presence of fully 6,000 people. The A. & M.-Texas game in the after- noon was the center of attraction. Temporary bleachers were erected on Clark Field. These were occupied by the Texas students. The grandstand was turned over to the A. & M. cadets and alumni. Fifteen hundred cadets accompanied their team to Austin. Over 10,000 seats were sold for the game. The Co-eds att...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 3, MM THE THRESHER A fortntghUy periodica! pubUshed by the atudento of the Rice Jnatitute at Houaton, Tnxa«. Hntcred as aecond-ciaaa tnatter October IT, at thu puHtoft'ice at Houston, Texas, midertite Act of March 3,1879. SVBHCBM'TMM BATES I'Mtcopy ,.10c l'wAt'adcnticYear 76c i:uKi))L-KK OiUce. Room 104 Administration Buiiding. Hditor-in-Chief S. itAYMOXD UHOOKH...Managing Editor la TH hiULUIVAX Associate Editor J. MAltKHAM, Jr....Business Manager <i.H.TRA VL(n:...As8't Business Manager It. W. l'ATTKX (.'ircutation Manager J. XHWTCX RAYZOU I.HttOYlAi.BAitDi SIHitBHYHiMOKS f Athletic Editor Assistants STAFF HHiftLHCAN ).. A!. i.AMAit t'HAS. !:L'L)i) itHt'OitTEHS. ELSBHTH HOWE itUTH DAUUHEHTy CAAHBi^HAYAtiaAMAK EDITORIAL ( Hmt'tossm)' (()XT<:\T)UXS. ) < xas, A. & M. and Dayior, as weii as Uir.'.aro ait ciaimitigttte championship, .nut tin- way iitinns art*.shaped up, they at) have the right to be A clamant for Hiir'tittt-. HuttowhomsiiaHitgo? K i<...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1916

S! THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 2, MM It surely is a thrHMng sound to hear the dogs of war start baying aB the bugle sounds for early morning drill. Now other things can make us sore, this thing it is that feeds our rage and makes us want to kiii. No respite we from breakfast have, nor time to read the Post, no chance we have to wash or brush or shave, no time to glance at les- son that we need to study most. We break our necks and fall down stairs and tumble into line, diked out in carpet slip pers and a riHe weighing tons. "Why don't you cut," some boob Inquires. "That's how I'd do for mine." "We bet you would." we loudly cry, "and be put cleaning guns!" So on we tramp with lagging step, enlivened by such cheering cries as "Second squad, dress up! while a fish from military school drones —three, four, hep! and fore and aft, to right and left, stalks a mongrel mascot pup. Then back we come with frost-bit feet, and shoulders ride-sore, with shoes unshined, too late for class, ye gods! but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER & MM LES HiBOUX. Thirteen new members were initiated into Les Hiboux at the reuglar meeting held Tuesday afternoon, November 21, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Guerard. Before the initiation, an interesting pro- gram was rendered, consisting of a period of French conversation, a paper on La Salie's explorations and discov- ery of the Mississippi in America, by Mr. Cain, and a biographical sketch by Miss McMaster. Following the initia- tion, which was administered by the president, assisted by Dr. Ward as "par- rain," and Dr. Guerard as pianist, a guessing game, "Out ou non," which kept the new members guessing, was played. The meeting closed with the singing of a few French folk-songs and the Marseillaise." Those received into membership were Messrs. Gordon, La- tnar, Whitaker and King; and Misses Comfort, Stratford, Hail, Gillespie, Hammersmith, Erkel, Lovett, Lane and Speer. At the next meeting on Tuesday, De- cember 5, at -1:30 p. m., a novel Christ- inas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

Vol.2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 1$, 1916 No. 6 BASKET BALL TEAM IS GIVEN WORKOUT BY COACH CUMMINGS ALL OF LAST YEARS VETERANS ARE BACK. Rice's Prospect* for & Championship Team During Winter Term Are Brighter Than Ever. Preliminary work for the coming bas- ketball season has started and Coach Cummings is very well pleased at the number of men that have turned out for practice. Only light work, such as pitching goals, has thus far been done, and it is stated that the reai training will not begin in proper until after Christmas. Rice has fine prospects for a good team this year. There will be only one vacancy to fill which was brought about by Kalb's ineligibility; however, Coach Cummings is of the opinion that this place can be taken care of by some of the new material that he has at hand. Brown, Tomfohrde (capt.), Delia Valle and Kingsland will be back at their old places, and with the experience and ability of the men things look as though Rice would put in a fai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

' *' E ' <* I M. lJ^,. , ^ li , i * :ia^M*-- $ZsH '- ^ ,!- THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 15, 1916 — — A BWg/ o/ ^6 i 9i6 Foo^^ 'MM'.. \ntue (By Hetv! Mgan.) The footbaii season at the Hice Institute is now history. The record made by the teani has been pub- lished ati over the State, the games an- alyzed by the various writers, and the play- ers compared with those of the other big institutions. The limit whistle has blown and theetirtain )tas drop- ped Hut- the record made by the Hire foot- hail team of lftlt! will it) up be rememherefi by ati students, and sport iovers. The season was a success bottt from tite standpoint of natues won ami from the siandpojnt. of attetnl- ance and gate receipts. ever before in the history of the institute didsomaitypeopiepay admission lo the Mice a title tic field. it seems that the peo- ple in Houston aw at last beginnitig to realize, (hat there is a realttttiversity out just, beyond the holders of their ritv. and that in ath- letics, as weii as it) a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER M. MM STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT HAS PROVEN SUCCESSFUL IN MANAGING SCHOOL AFFAIRS Since Opening of New University AU Matters Pertaining to Undergraduate Life Haw Been Controlled by Students Themselves. One of the greatest problems that colleges have had to solve in recent years is the one concerning the gov- ernment of the student body. It was natural for the first colleges in America to adopt the plan of complete faculty control, following the methods used in the elementary schools. There were many drawbacks to this system, how- ever, because in college the student is away from home and must be looker after during his time outside of the ciass room, as well as during the time he is at his studies. Also, it was found that professors who served as school- masters in the old sense of the term, censoring and controlling the student in ait his affairs, whether connected with studies or not, could not win the confi- dence and secure the co-operation of his pupiis as h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 15. 1916 picnics, musicals and spreads. Through the efforts of Y. W. the girts received their tennis courts, entertained different visiting secretaries. Miss Isabel John was elected presi- dent for the fourth year, 1916-1917, in the spring of 1916. The other officers working with her are Miss Verner Ben- ton, Miss Eleanor Bennett, secretary, Miss Sara Lane, treasurer. Miss Adeie Waggaman, annual member for Rice i'.nfi Sam Houston Normal. The work this year up to date is: l'aid half Miss Adeie Waggaman's ex- penses as the representative of Rice at students' conference at Hstes Park, Col; membership has neariy tripied that of last year; through the efforts of Miss John there has been given by Prof. Lovett a piano for the young wo- men at Hiee. sent Miss Waggaman to Annual Members' Conference in Dal- ian. sent flowers to sick members, sent -!(' per cent of dues to headquarters, Have opening reception with Y. M. for new students and facuity, helped new students ma...

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