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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 February 1922

p*-*3S[ THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS VUllam Abbey spent laot week end at lie home in West Texas. Tie Y. W. C. A. meeting yesterday was in the form of a devotional ser- vice. B— Mrt. Stratford was unable to be in her (Mice this week, because of a bad cdd. MrB. Duggan of San Antonio spent iast wek end in Houston visiting her son, Brn Duggan. Mr. NacFariand of A. & M. was a guest a: Rice this week end and at- tended ihe Prom Tuesday night. The French Ciub met iast night at the home of Miss Kennedy. A most interesting program was presented. R Haroll Giddings is back in school again after having been confined to his roon for several days with the flu. Tom Moore and Willie yitzgerald were among the former students of Rice, now at Texas U., who came back for the Prom. The regular Saturday night dance was held last week in Autry House. A representative crowd of students and Houston friends attended. Miss Katherine Roberts of Beau- mont is the guest of Miss Fannie Black. Miss Roberts arri...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 February 1922

M AGGIE FIVE TAKE TWO FROM OWLS (Continued from page L) inches over everyone's head, could make but one field goal against this superb guarding. Captain McKean and Alexander reigned supreme down in their a of the court, stopping everything that even came near to the Bice goai. Oniy once or twice in the games did an A. & M. man manage by some bit of brilliant passing to get in near to the Rice goal unguarded. McKean would swiftly seize the bail and start an attack down the floor and be back every time to the defense of his goal. In the first game he made a par tieularly good dribble down the side of the court and from a difficult angle turned a hard shot into a score. Big Alec, just up from a sickness which kept him out of the game the week before, was fighting and block- ing with all his strength and wrested the bait from an opponent's hands time and time again to send it back up the floor. These two guards de- serve most of the credit for the low scores of the Farmers and their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 March 1922

ESHER VOLUME VII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 3,1922 NUMBER 21 WRITING CLUB GREETS EUGENE PILLOT WITH A HEARTY WELCOME LES HIBOUX GET TOGETHER ANDJ3ELEBRATE Observe Washington's Birth- day by the Reading of two Interesting Articles In celebration of Washington's birthday, Les Hiboux heid a most in- teresting meeting last Friday, Feb- ruary 23 at the home of Miss Luddye Kennedy. Two papers were read first, one being prepared by Ewing Brown gave many interesting gtimpses into the tife of the first President, the other being prepared by Miss Anna Marie Du Perier upon the friendship between Washington and Lafayette. A clever contest was won by Miss Sybil Dennison who was able to write in French the greatest number of ad- jectives descriptive of the character of Washington and Lafayette. The "booby" prize, a small red hatchet was presented to Ewing Brown. Another feature of the program was the pantomine presented by Miss Denni^ton ^hnd Mr. Brown, dressed in the costume of '76, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 March 1922

THE THRESHER :: HO UST ON,TEX AH THE THRESHER AwMk&BWPWtpaMbMhyth****. <hnt< of Rio* :nxt)tut< HotMtca. T*XM. Botrnw! M «*eond eiw O^tobv H, MM. st th# poUoHto# in Homton. T<x*t. an- d#)- th* Mt of M*r*h ! 1ST!. !! 00 p#r Y*ur. lOo p*r Copy Thm^or OMtt Boot) iM A. B. THRESHER 8TAW. M!t M A. D. Batjor. M Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '22 Bathe** Mtnwr C. L. Dutton, '22 Ant. Bmtnw Mgr. B. 8. BiaMord, '2! M*a*zin* Editor Bd4tarM Department R. M. Winnsborough. '23 At^t. Editor Ftnny Bteck. 23 Attoctate Editor W. M- Deriing. '23 Newe Editor Msrueret Bteckwcit. '22 Aeet. Newe Editor Ben Mitcheii. '24 Amt. Newe Editor Buford Goodwin. '23 Sporta Editor Tennie Lee Oiiphant. '23 Co-Ed Editor Hazei Cannon. '25 ... HootB Editor R. E. Wern. '23 Exehtnge Editor Roeeiie Huriey. '2i Ex-Stade Editor Ed. McCuHough. '24 Feature Editor Bmineee Department Don Weiker, '23 Circuiation Mgr. R. H. Hannan, '25 A*et. Circulation Mgr. M. N. Aitken. '23 Advertise Harry Copetand, '23 Advertiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 March 1922

w *M goinK to hsve ^ good track thb yw, m*n, and we *ra goiag to da it by any miMMh UK tX do it by wither; w$ sre Kcing to do it by con- sistent sqd ooMciaBtiow training backed by a determination to win our respective event)).' No .one bat weii trained men can rightpMy expect to represent Rice a&*inM the crack Mi- noia squad; and certainiy trips to Ark- anaaa and Baton Booze are worthy of determined effort and good train- ing Now a word about training. We know from the beginning that no studies are to be neglected. That's final. Heed that warning and one worry is eliminated. There will be no time for dances if the training and lessons are taken care of. Positively the only time to eat is at the three regular meal hours. Only by observ- ing this rule can we avoid that 'tired feeling' that Heisman of Pennsylvania warned his men against. Eat your sweets at the table only and quit stim- ulating your blood by smoking tobacco and by drinking tea and coffee; the aftermath is too disast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 March 1922

T HE THUSHBR :: HO US TON, T H X A S He (Dancing)): I certainty do love to dance. She (Ditto): So do I. He: Shake! —Jake. Roberta: What do you mean by kissing me? Robert: I just couldn't help myself. Roberta: But you did help your- seif. —Virginia Reel. Sportsman: I can think of nothing more thritiing than catching a nice bin fish with your line. (iitl: I thoroughly agree with you! He: What did you think of the team's tine last year? She: Reaiiy, I had very few dates with any of them. Clerk (in Co-op): Woutdn't you [ike to buy a memory book? Stime: Xaw! I don't need one! i teshntan: How much do you chaise for rooms? Landtady: $10 up. [ tenhman: But I'm a Rice Student. t.amitady: $10 down! KitHCTiVE ! k'pmi Parents: Did you hear my daughter sing? KetumedSotdier: Yes. What do you think of her rattue? H. S.: t should say site ought to ki!i at three mites. ")iow'(t you hurt your finger?" "Wettt to pick up a cigarette and somebody stepped on it. -R S)te(faseinated by his good looks): And...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 March 1922

'-W! Sf F- VOLUME vn RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 10, 1922 NUMBER 22 MAKE STAG PARTY A GREAT SUCCESS MUSICAL PROGRAM FEATURED Everybody Was There But Nobody Wanted to go at End of Performance Songs, smokes and laughs in untim ited quantities marked the passing of the 1922 Y. M. C. A. "stag night" in Autry House Monday evening. Nearly every student in the dormitories was gathered in the big haM, absorbing the strains of music offered in many forms, and the "invitation" to leave which came at the end of the perform- ance met with widespread disapproval. Nobody wanted to go home. The affair was given by the Rice Y. M. C. A. as an appreciation of the support tendered it by the student body. Free cigars and cigarettes were passed around, and Rice musical talent was called upon to furnish a highty en- tertaining program. W. G. Wilkens brought down the house to begin<with, utilizing the ac- cordion with wmch West Hall is so familiar. His selection of pep-inspir- ing jigs brough...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 March 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTb N.TEXAS THE THRESHER A smMy ... dtBtf 4!# !n§tttut# At ] Bntmwd <n weond ct*M matter Oetabtf M, HM. *t th* pa<taf<!o* in Houotoa. Tmtst, SB* dw t)M <t*t ef M-rch a. MW. M M per Ye*r. Ms p^r Copy Thmh*? OUt. H4 A. B. THMMHKB HTAW. MU M A. D. B*tj*r. 2! Editor-tn-Chtef Jnk. Henry. Jr.. '2! Bmin#M Mtumer C. L. Duttoa. M A«t. Bmtnw Mgr. R. S. Biekford. M Maaottaz Edttor Bditertet D*pertm<nt R. M. W)nn.borounh. '28 Amt. Editor Ftnny Bteck. M AMoehte Editor W. M. DMHag. '23 New. Editor Margaret Biackweii. '22 Awt. News Editor Ben MttcheH. '24 Ant. Newt Editor Hufurd Goodwin. '23 Sport* Editor Tannic Lee Oiiphant. '23 Co-Ed Editor Hazel Cannon. '25 Hoot* Editor R. E Wara. '23 Exchange Editor Rosette Huriey, '21 Ex-Btude Editor Ed. McCuitough, '24 Feature Editor ButineM Department Don Watker. '23 Cireuiatioa Mgr. R. H Hannan. '26 As.t. Cireuiatioa Mgr. M. N. Aitken. '23 Advertising Harry Copeiand. '23 Advertising Reporter* Aima Davidson P. K. DrouiihetJ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 March 1922

M ."i H4 n i'H cy s^ng: ! -J) Miw Dorothy Bradshaw is out of school this week on account of illness. R Vernon Shtrtey and Ed Warn are among those out of school this week because of the "fine." —a— The Menorah Society met last Tues- day night at Montefiore Hall for the purpose of electing officers. Miss Patricia Beaumont, '81 has re- turned to her home in Dallas after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Alford. Friends of Miss Geane King will he glad to learn that she will be able to attend classes Monday after an ill- ness of a week. Miss Fanny Black returned to the Institute Tuesday of this week after having been out for over a week on account of illness. The program for next week will be a St. Patrick program in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Every member has been asked to bring an Irish joke to the meeting. The B. S. U. of the South Main Bap- tist Church is having a house warm- ing on next Sunday morning at nine o'clock. The class is moving into the old "Scout House" and all members ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 March 1922

FRESHMEN AND SOPHS AT IT AGAIN Frethmen and aophomorea are at it again. Following the paaaage of a student eouneii MH Monday the firot year men now find their position of the paat several weeks reversed, with hazing in styie again. Governing ruies have been posted on the cloister bulletin board and go into effect im- mediately. The new bill atiows hazing in a modified form, the aim being a grad- ual abolishment of the institution. Again it is emphasized that only first and second year men are to take part; transfers are eliminated from either giving or taking hazing; and no cor- poral punishment will be permitted between the hours of 8:30 p. m. and 6:30 a.m. Violation? are to be re- ported to the hall committee and dras- tic action is promised. The bill to abolish hazing which was passed some time ago was found to be unsatisfactory and not suited to the conditions of the coiiege. Both freshmen and sophomores have agreed that it failed to fulfill its purpose. Ac- cordingly the new me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 March 1922

B** ^ VOLUME VII MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, MARCH 31,1922 NUMBER 20 OWLS CO TO WACO TO MEET BAYLOR ON CARROL FIELD ARBUCKLE SAYS THE TEAM IS IN FINE^FORM NOW Seniors On The Team Are Depend ab!es; Lindsey and Dyer in Trim The Ow] track team leaves today for Waco for the intia! meet of the year with the Bruins of Baylor Uni- versity on Carrol Fieid Saturday afternoon. Fie) d and cinder can- didates for the Ow! Varsity team have been heid up in their work dur- ing the )ast two weeks due to final examinations of the winter term, which ended iast Friday. The Owis have a promising array of candidates for the team that is to compete in Southwestern conference meets during the spring. An infu- sion of new Mood has been added in substitutions for valuabie materia] iost iast year through graduation. Among the new faces appearing daity on Rice Fieid are Bellcw, Left- wich, Tierney, Thomas, Taadloek, Campbeli and Winn. These men wiii furnish the greater portion of the distance runners. Tadi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 March 1922

THE THRESHER A atwtpaw paMMud Hn s*a- w a# Hint TRMMH* m<. o* . d#r t)x Mt <i# ^ H. Tw<n. w M M p*r Yw. 10# p*r Thr«)<*r OMt< R«* !M A. B. HEMtOR THRgHHKR STAFF Brittain F. P*yw Editor-tn^htaf Can Hod)[M Buttnen Managfr EdMarh! Dtpxrtmwtt Virtttnia AtweM A-Moetate Editor Morothy Dawson Co-ed Editor Louise Moure Amt. Editor J. H. HutthMt Exchange Editor ttomtte Kurtey Ex-Stude Editor rm< G. Cunym Feature Editor ButineM Oepartwt Hun Walker. '28 Circutation Mttr. it. H. Hannan, '25 Asst. Circutation Mttr. Reporter* Alma Ravidson Marvin Hirsch Augusta Breed tlm'Ke Mon isonHii! C. Creaham B. F. Mayer THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Thresher, speaking for the student body, especially invites and Mka fac- ulty members to submit their opinion* A PROBLEM The Senior Thresher purports to set a precedent in the character of the editorial columns. Instead of the timeworn discussion uf the future of the individuai grad- uate, The Senior Thresher wit! parley at some length on a pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 March 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS ^ i i' SOCIETY HANS FOR FINAL BALL ANNOUNCED The plans for the final ball are pro- gressing nicely. The committees have already started to work and by the end of this month everything wiU then be worked out and the job started. The decoration committee was down to the Rice Hote! last week and took measurements of the hai! and a re-working ont of the scheme of coiors that will make the dance pteasing to the eyes. The decorations always add to a dance and it is the wish of the committee to make it so in this case. The music has not been decided on yet, as that is a v i t a i part. The very best that can be gotten in Hous- ton is to be ours. If any one has any suggestions to make they wiii be con- sidered as this dance is everyones'. The usua! hats and canes wiii not be given but there is a change and it is to be a good one. There wi!i be plenty of eats and drinks and there is no doubt that the dance wiii be a great success. The seniors are requested to p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 March 1922

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS CORNERSTONE TO BE LAID FOR A NEW BUILDING —a— I. Plannem Discusses The Plans and Dedication of Structure One hears so much about a new building on the Institute Campus. Students get their heads together, a t umbling sound insues, an occasional exclamation point! rises and bursts in the air fotiowed by a question mark ? a comma , but never a period .— If the stu<h-nt bodice, which pays no tuition, is the beneficiary of the thingh that Rice has to give and has come to think, it would seem, that every- thing should he given them at once, is iti any way dissatisfied with the building program of the Institute, or on the other hand, feels gratefu!. we suggest that it erect a building on the t'iunpus as a memorial to itself and t'in;unc the structure by putting on a fiance. Thf only unfortunate step in such a ))xn ( dure would be the necessity of calling a mass meeting. It might be I'ointcd out however, that such a nathet inK of some twenty or thirty students...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 March 1922

CAMPANILE STAFF WANTS PICTURES OF STUDENTS NOW , —a— Editor Gresham Says That Annua! WiM Come Out On Scheduled Time With the opening of the third term and the coming of sunny weather, the o!d kodak fever begin* to gentiy creep through the veins of the buxom misses and gaHant youths, who have weather- ed in some fashion or other, their way past the ordeais of the past week. For the Campaniie, this season is partieu- iariy good and advantage of it is taken to collect the best assortment of pictures for pubiication. A number of very ciever shots have been turned in, but there are yet quite a iarge number of activities and campus in- dividuals who are not represented, and no effort wii! be spared to have them among the collection of kodaks. Miss Smith in Charge Miss Bessie Smith, Editor of the Department of Photographic Art on Campanile Staff, has the charge of the Snap Shots and the various snap shot pages, and she is very anxious to fin- ish her collection she recently an- nounced. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 31 March 1922

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS "R" AND QUILL PLANS BANQUET —a— Students AtMaingThei* Literary Letters To Be Honored in May — Plana are now under way for the inauguration of annua! banquets to be given at the end of each academic year in honor of energetic and ambi- tious scribes who have attained liter- ary letters on Rice publications. Old members of the "R" and Quiil associa- tion are to act as hosts and arrange the programs for the annual events. At a recent meeting of the organiza- tion in the Autry House a resolution was unanimously adopted by those present to bear the expense of a ban- quet each year and such students that had won their letters for work on either the Thresher or Campanile wouiti be (-specialty invited. By bring- ing nid and new workers in their re- spective fieMs together, it is thought that many valuabie ideas tending to raise the standards of Rice publica- < ions would resuit therefrom. Arrangements for the coming ban f]u<'t wilt be in the hands of the of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 April 1922

THE JUMOR THRESHER VOLUME VII RME INSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, AP^CL 7, 1922 NUMBER 21 ENGINEERING SHOW GREAT SUCCESS THOUSANDS THRONG TO RICE TO SEE THE MANY FINE EXHIBITS M SCIENTIFIC FEATURES DISPLAYED -—23 Novel Experiments and Tricks Performed to At- tract the Visitor's Attention. 23 Ten thousand people found out something new about Rice Friday and Saturday when they visited the scien- tire departments of the Institute in accordance with the pian of the Sec- ond Bienniai Engineering Show. Some had seen the first show, given two years ago, and returned to re- view the old exhibitions and investi- gate the new; others went over the buildings for the first time; many found out things they had mver known before concerning Rice and the engineering courses offered. The show was put over entirely by the engineering students and faculty of the Institute. They received some financial aid from the Board of Trus- tees, and of course the use of ail nec- essary equipment. Hundreds of visi- to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE THRESHER ^ . w. !!M. st the poatoMaainHouaton. Taaaa. w d.r the act ef March !. MW. M M per Y<M M< pw Cw T)mes!tar OM" Hssm !M A. B. JUMiOR THMMHHK HTAFF. W. H Wtnn Editor-in-Chief M. N. Aithen Buainaa. Manager Miteria) H.partm.nt, Buford Guotiwin New* Editor R. 8. Bickford Managing Editor J. C. Ritter Athietic Editor Ed McCuiiough Feature Editor Fanny Biach Society Editor John Hornbucitie. Hoota t Event* of the Put A. D. Batjer Exchange Editor Reporter*. M. H. Alexander W. M. Parting Advertising Department. H. E. Copeiand J. S. Hornbucitie PROBATION AND ATHLETICS. !n the hope of causing a littte more constructive thought on the question, the editor wishes to bring before the student body again the problem men- tioned in this coiumn of the Senior Thresher: that of probation and atti- tudes. Facts are facts. Athletics have suffered from scholastic rulings, not because the courses are unrea- sonabty difficult, but because athletes are not encou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 April 1922

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS F ROUND RICE =E Remarkable Rice, reserved, resist- less, raw. Rice re!e**M reliable rep- utations. Rice relegates relentless renegade*. Rule-of-Reason. Rice reviews recreants rationally. Rice reproachea ranting reformers; rather recommending rejection. Roomera revere Rice'a reputation. In the HaMa. Rice reprovea repellent regulations; reaaon reigna. Rebuke rectlHes re- fractory reaidera. Rigoroua retribu- tion reachea roomers rendering resi- dential rooms rather reputable. In the Ciaaaea. Rice rewarda resolution, renounces retraction. Results: refinement, reli- ance, renown. In the Rooms. Rascals retard responsive roomers. Revelry renders resistant resolution repulsive. Rigid regulations repel rumpus raisers. Roomers reinstate reliable relations recognizing Rice's requirements. Ruttish rusticity re- ceives ruthless repulsion. Student Troubles. Rueful refractoriness rises regular- ly 'round Rice. Regrettable rumb- lings rise. Rare relations reached! Rice r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 April 1922

t THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Illinois One-Mite Ht-lay Team. Winners of indoor Conference Will Relay !H22. t'essenden. iiyers, Sweet. Schtappuzzi. RICE CINDER PATH MEN ANTICIPATING MEET WITH ILLINOIS 23 - WILL ENTER CRACK TEAM ON FIELD HHnois Track Team Made Up of Men Hoiding Many Records. -—23 With the approach of April [.1, much interest is hcinn evidenced in tlie athietic festival which will be wit- nessed on Rice Field when Coach Harry Gill of the University of Illi- !mis invades the South for the fust time with his bunch of crack athletes, who ran away with the Northwestern Conference meet on March 20. and stitl more recently beat Notre Dame by a score of M7 to 20. Coach Gill is famous for the number of champion- ships teams that he has put out in the many years that he has been at Nitidis. His specialty is not so much :he development of individual stars as the formation of a well balanced team. Coach Arbuckle will attempt to use Gill's own methods to defeat th elllini, for Arb...

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