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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 April 1922

THE THRESHER MCE WILL MB^T TEXAS ON TRACK THIS SATURDAY The Owl track team meet* the Longhoma in a dual track and Held meet at Rice Field, Saturday, April 8. The Owla will meet a much stronger team than the Bears, which they de- feated on April 1. The Longhorns have practically the same team as last year, with the exception of Neely, star miler. In the distances, how- ever, Texas is still strong, the mile and two-mile being their safest bet, with such men as Loop, who won the two-mile run in the conference meet in 1921; Trout, who won third in the conference cross-country run at Col- lege Station last fall, and several others exceptionally fast in the dis- tances. Hawley and Titsworth are expected to give Coleman stiff com- petition in the half, these two men making close to two minutes in that event. In the recent Varsity-Short- hom-Freshman meet held at Austin, Reese, a freshman, was forced to run the mile in two minutes one Second to win. That being the Arst meet of the season, H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS DR. SLAUGHTER LECTURES ON UNITED STATES Course of Seven Lectures cm Modern Democracies Concluded A course of seven lectures on Mod- em Democracies was concluded in the address on The United States which was deiivered by Dr. Slaughter in the Physics Amphitheatre Sunday after- noon. ilr. Slaughter very ably car- ried his audience back through the period of deveiopment of democratic tendencies and then expiained how democracy has come to have an en- tirety different meanng within the taut fifty years. Two premises for democracy we<*e laid down. The minor premise was that of the devetopment of individual- ity from the communism of famiiy life by service in the king's mm;'. This individuaiity brought on a de- sire for private property. The king- ship ruled supreme. The major premise was that ol the deveiopment of the jus gensium of the Romans into a universa), natura), reasonable, and all-powerful mora) taw which, combined with the reali- zation of indiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 April 1922

VOLUME vn MCE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, APML 14,1922 NUMBER 22 RICE-ILLINOIS MEET TOMORROW RICE OWLS SPUT THEIR TWO-GAME SERIES WITH A. &M. MELTON HURLS GREAT BALL IN FIRST GAME AHows On!y Six Scattered Hits. Working his first game of the pres- ent conference season, Meiton, who works from the left side, let the Tex- as Aggies down with six scattered hits and, aided by the wildness of Ol- sen and timely hitting by his team- mates, put over a 12 to 4 win. Inci- dentaiiy this is the first conference game that Meiton has won in his three seasons of mound duty for the Owis, and to win by such an over- wheiming score from Rice's o!d ri- vals is great stuff. Working with an cieven run lead, Melton let up in the ninth and aiiowed three Aggie scores. Up unti! this time he had aiiowed oniy three scattered hits and the only run scored was unearned. The Owis ioosed a powerful bar- rage on Oisen, the Aggf6 moundman, in the second and scored Ave runs after two were out. Meiton waiked and Hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 April 1922

T HE THBE SHEE :: HO UST 0!!. T EX A S THE THRESHER smMy H*-tp*p*r by th< a^n- i e( K!« Inatttut* at Houtton. T*"**- MM. tn Hma#ton. Tow*, w * MM. M M pw Yon-. Ms por Copy ThmhwOM**— SOPHOMORE THRHHHKB STAFF Edwtn 8. Watdon Kdttor.in-CMef Hear) P#ntx Buntnmm Manawr Chartw Swart* Manasint! Kdttcr Edttorta) Dtptftmtnt E. B. Gndky SportaEdttor UeaDuzttat) HuotsEdMor Mitdrw! Mittcr Suctety Editor FredDigby-Roberts KxchanxcKditor Hmin**sM Dtpartmmt Dun Wa)kcr. *M Cirmtation Manam-r A.F. Heard Adv<-rti*i«n Rtpnrttrs Wiltiam Simpsnn. Ctarenw Hakt-r. J. Standish Shethardt. 0. C. Lawrence A POSSIBLE SOLUTION. With fear and trembting the Sopho- more Thresher brings forward this editorial on Rice spirit. The subject is time-worn and ancient to the reader, yet modern in the ever-increasing ne- cessity for a solution to the problem of its development. The Sophomore idea is, briefly, this: the immediate need of the University is an auditorium or assembiy hai) suitable for the accommodation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 April 1922

THE THRESHER EXCHANGES itfhtMM Qohn to Stody University of ArkanMO, Foyetta- vllle, Ark.—University atudenta we looking forward, tome with relief, to the coming three week*, which are the last three weeks in thie quarter of the school year. The iaet twenty-one days in every quarter are net aside by the Univer- sity authorities for the preparation for finai examinations. This is term- ed the "Twenty-one day iaw" made by the board of trustees. During this time a!i social activi ties are stopped. No dances, no din ners nor entertainments of any kind may be he!d. No student wii! be al- lowed to attend, give, or in any way be connected with any social function that may be given either within the - University or in town. The authorities will appreciate the cooperation of the townspeople in helping them enforce this rule. They can do this by not tempting any stu- dent by an invitation to any enter- tainment whatsoever. "Co-Ed Code" Advocated by Regent of University University of Oregon, Eu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS TRACK RICE SPORTS WmTEMAN'S BUFFS DEFEAT MCE OWLS BY SCORE OF 9 TO 4 Garnering fifteen hits off of the de- liveries of Metton and Kelly, the local Texas League Entry defeated the Rice Owls at West End Park Friday after- noon in a snappy nine-inning session. Big Biit Boiden, who went the ronte for the Bisons, heid the Owis hitiess until the seventh when Dyer hit to right center for two bases. This hit scored Dutton, who had reached first on Blade's error and moved to second on an infield out. Countryman's charges opened up on Boiden's fast bait in the ninth for three hits and as many markers. With one away, Dut- ton hit a butiet to center for one base, and thased around to third when Locke hit to center for a brace of bags. Young Haie, who caught a mighty sweet game, hit to short, but ai! hands were safe when Dutton beat Hiade's throw to the plate. Haie promptty stoic second, and he and Locke tumped home when Goodwin crashed one by Doyle for two bases. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS REASONS WHY MEN LEAVE TEACHING B Some explanation for the dwindling number of men teacher* throughout the country watt sought by a recent questionnaire aent to 1700 members of the Phi De!ta Kappa, a fraternity devoted to the promotion of educa- tion. The replies, tabulated and pre- sented in the Phi Delta Kappan, show that low salaries and lack & perma- nence of tenure were the chief rea- sons assigned. Lack of recognition of education as a profession, failure to inform high school students of ad vantages in the Held, and even direct discouragement of young men regard ing the work of teaching were other reasons given. Commenting on the report, the Phi Delta Kappan says: "The summary indicates clearly that constructive steps must be or- ganized along four genera! lines: The profession itseif must be brought to a higher level of efficiency and re- spectability; salaries and tenure must be adjusted so as to secure perma nency and compensation appropri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS FAMOUS UBRARY AT LOUVAIN IS TO BE REPLACED -B- Americam Students to Be Asked to Assist Fund. The famous library of the Univer- sity of Louvain in Belgium, which was formerly located in the famous Cioth Hall, destroyed wantonly by the Germans in 1914, wiii be given a new home by the school, cotiege and university students of America and their friends. The pians for the new building have been completed by War- ren & Wetmore, the American ar- chitects whom the Belgiums have honored by confiding to them this task. This building will be the American consecration of the sacrifice which little Belgium made in the first days of the war, when she bravely threw herself across the path of the ad- vancing enemy, thus giving the un- prepared French and British the time to entrench themselves, saving Paris and probably the world, from Prus- sian domination. Moreover, it is to be the monument in Belgium com- memorating the sons of our institu- tions of learning w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 April 1922

CTME* O "A. T3 Jt jPH-4 JWi *' 'iK <Et ntnL JHL JC^n%. VOLUME VII KK H )NST!TUTE. HOUSTON. TEXAS, At'HM, 21. !H22 NUMHER OWLS DOWNED BY !LL!M0!S TRACK STARS NOHTHP^RNERS SHOW CLASS !N ALLEVENTS Sou! h western Conference Records Smashed. M j it) ihi-du;il meet sfttgetltoi Rire \tl)ltMH'f iefd last Saturil;ty the Owls wetif-iowtiinovei-whelming, Imt nof n'tlominioostiefciitiittheliaildsofthe -o-acklHitt'/istcam. The. illiuiarecon-i t-edetlfe, httve the premier ajjrgreg.a-- (iou of trae'k nta) lifld cunt^udoitty it): )he<ou!itry. Notre Diitne'sfaniousj h.tin etined out' a me,agr<! fifteen'; poitits against, them, and Tuesday 'i'exas was trimmed a trifle.; worse! than we were—but worse just the ;ntr.'. i'ht'srore of thatmeet was lliitiois it!, Texas lit. Aitiamn'b one-sided, the ^Xorthertters ndiiiie. up t)3 points to the Owts' the uwr<t was far from unititeresfiug. !'!:e aft' tnoon consisted of a ^ue('M- eoiofthiillsatitlsettsatious, as con- I't none and southern recurds pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RECORD Much Good Material !n The S!ime Class The class of '35 is indeed proud of the record of its fnotball team, made up of men from all over Texas and seserat other southern states. The sue- cess of the team was due in a great part to the efforts of Coach Arbuekle, ably assisted by Coaches Nicholas and Taylor, The schedule of five games arranged by Coach Arbuckte was the best that has yet been fitted by a Rice t'reahman team and only one game of the five was tost, t he first gatue was with the Varsity and resulted in a 7 to 0 victory for Varsity only after hard fighting by both teams, 'the game was onty an inhibition and practice game in the most part for all the men on both sqmtds were used at one time or the <iiber. Hy the end of tht; game, att tuc fang were enthused over the proa- of tta ;a;w materia] shown in the Mtti)-:.- of the Freshman s<)oad. The V,uyit,Y tet't the tieid with the know!- -ftgM that they had won a gante ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 April 1922

THE T HRE SHE R H 0 U S T OX, TEX A S A SUGCESTiON 'H-v. THE RH E WK HUMBLY PROPOSE TO THE RICH ** * )NST!TtJTE FACULTY AND TO THE PRESIDENT + * '* A)-FHCT!ONA')'E).Y KNOWN TO .US ASEDDiE ON ACCOUNT OF 'tHEDEMOCRA't'P MANNER i\ W'fih'H lit-: MtXCLES \N))ASSOCtATFSWH'tl US tttA't'i'HEY INYtEWOt- AXD l,\tt)NS[DFRATtOXOF THFtR At'CUS't'<)MFi)'i'FX))EXCY 'I'OUFWARU IIO'FCFXiCS tn.'K \OiK)UHT T" SOME SUCH K)XOKK!) t-'KUUtXC AS ONE t.UXiUS W'OUL!^ NATURALLY i'EFt. iHMSKUh' !;<H NJ) 1*0 HAVE tt'WOTHEH CEXIUS A\YAR))TOANOTitFR MIHHH WHO tN AC(.<)Ki'AKCKWiT!t THE USUAL t'UMH i-OLiCY iH't'UATUt.ASS THEU!UUSCt<Ot'i.S OK'i'HE STATE WERFt.UCKY HxnUCHTOGET IHDOF SYEAKBEEOHE i'HEY WFRUCOMFEiJ.Eii lOt'AR'lWtl'H t.!S WAS(HHI,TY OU nnxuEntTOHot' AY1LR SHEET \}'['['EARtN(j[.AS'l'WEEK KNOWN AS THE ' SOPHOMORE THRESHER AND TO ANY OTHER )Kt)tANCLUH OK CLUBS t 4 # U-OHTK }.(Ht!)UMH-BEU,) CONNECTED W)TH OR RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HUMOROUS MATERtAL ^ ^ # tN SA!D SHEET ONE OE THE HANDSOME LEATHER MED...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 April 1922

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS ^ THETHRESH r theattvf March R.tH"!*. RATES $! $$ €a#y THRKSHHR OPUCK ROOM A M PKE8HMAN TMHRSMBR STAFF Baain*awP*p*ftam*n (ivrry Turner A**t. BuMin*-**M*!n*M'*r J K K^i!y . / ^ . AUvt-rtMinK WHUam S^u^r .. . AJv**rti^!!)K Manager Kdilor-in-Chiiaf .Musing Manager Maua^*nK KJh^r P. !\*dd thttrh^ M. i'arHMn* Mditort*!H*par!m*nt H<.tw.-tM^triH, M*nm Editor W (.'. Myftia Syurts Mitur tta/.ei BMitvr t'iai,kipM<tm)Mt'rt'hy SwU'tybditor a*i.Sh.;].ht-rJ Exeb-nttrM't'"', ) t'Sugps. (trtounst A M Mrown. R^a* CoM*y. Howard Ki*<;r RatphMnr. J W. trvini!. JnkC!*im OUR THiNN!Na RANKS 'I'lrn editor rises to the surface of this sea of Freshtnan conceit t,. rlutrh at his trusty typewriter and wring therefrom a note of sm-ious warning to his feHow Slimes. Upperc!ass!nien may profit as -.veil. if their ears are open to admonition from be!ow. As the ciasn of 1925 was the largest to enter Rice so far, it unttained in pro^)rtion more materia] in the way of athietic abi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 April 1922

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS ?so ct Eiry J MiHHKtttht-rineKinetunnon was ini- tiated into the Tattlers Ciab last week when they held their second term initiations at the home of Miss AHicMayAutry. M---- The Sigma HetaCtub held its sec- ond term initiations last week at the heme of Miss Dorothy Mathews. Miss Oladys Stewart and Miss Dor- othy Porter were initiated into the <-iub. .25-.-. Among those going to College Sta- !i.,n to attend the R. V. hop, the laz- ier part of the week, witl be Miss t.ouise Taylor. Miss.tuanita Foster, Cummings and J. A. Under- wocd. K5- - . Among the out of town guests in Houston to attend the Tattler Club dtmce were Miss Mary Hush of Aus- tin. the guest of Miss Rllen Farrar; Miss Cenevieve Hroussard of Beau- mont; Misses Margaret and Mary Whal. ti of New York, guests of Miss l atherine Dutton, amtMissThetma ' atfatt of Beaumont, guest of Miss KilnaHogat). [ HK(;tRt. WHOI8NOT. lime's to the girl wlto'sreased to ex- ist, ttrre.'s t6 the girt who's never b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 April 1922

THE THRESHER H O U S T O N, T E X A S MKCHAN!CAL LABORATORY SCENE OF BLAZE as—- hub students in <t)t courses Monday afternoon were treated to a little di- version ttt the form of a tire i" the room where engineering student* study maehinery. A tarne jar of t;:t-tu!ine very euretesaly ptnced near the enrbureter of one of the engines e.^))!<«ied ssi'en the same engine back- fired through the carbureter. The heaSK'fnet'atest^onnt-rackedt.ht'.ta]' .ttttl the entit'ereom watt ebvered with :h.. but<,i'^it<tnid Soonimpenetra- btedouds of Mack Htnokt- were pour- !!it; fttitn the entrance. The shrielt- inH: of the n'!<ist)e in the boiler room .{uiehiytittraetedbii^heMtudettt^whu r,ann<*t;.!^ci! around the. entrance. Th^cayit'icntHre apparatus accessible wtisbt'emthtintt) play ;md with tite ;i:,i..f;ipyrc.neortwot:ht'iircwasat ien^.tl) * KttmfUi<*h.e'!-. n<KS. OF HARYAiM) TO \1SH RiCH i i:..' ii^tlwit! l-^':'tdath,m is bring-: ; . ti;!.. :': week, ib't'ttt'detn i,t:Wi'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 April 1922

VOLUME vn MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 28, 1922 NUMBER 24 TALKS FOR THE GODWIN FOUNDATION -it- Many Social Functions Giv- en in Honor of Dr. and Mrs A. Lawrence Lowell. For the third time the Godwin Foundation, founded by Mr. Herbert Godwin, has brought a world-renown- ed figure to Rice for the benefit of the people of Houston and The Rice Institute. President Loweii of Har- vard University has been a guest here this week. Chief Justice Wil- liam Howard Taft and the British Ambassodor Sir Auckland Geddes are the two previous speakers to be brought to Houston by this philan- thropic beneficence. President Lowell is one of the foremost figures of the world in the field of political science and is the author of many monumental works on this subject. President and Mrs. Lowell arrived Monday and became the guests of Captain and Mrs. James A. Baker and the honorees of several delightful af- fairs. The first of these was a iuncheon in the Commons at 1:30 Mon- day, which was very we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 April 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A —*ttt? puMHh*4 by th. .to- 4.aH of Haaotoa. TotM. ZatMw! M **MMt ahM Oytohw H. MM. <H tb* pMtofHM tn Homtoa. T*w. aa- 4*t thtMtef Mnvh ! iSTS. HxttMftmM B*t** M M pw Tw. Ms per Copy Thr<*h<r OfHct Ho** M4 A. H. THRESHER STAFF MM *! A D. Batier. '23 Editor-in-Chief Jake Henry. Jr.. '23 Businsa* Manoter C. t.. Hutton. 'M Aoo't By!""* **%!$" R. S. Miehfurd. 23 ManSKinK Editor Editoriai Dtpartnunt K.nny Uiack. '!! A-og^MMw W M Darling. '23 NewaEd!tor Margaret MiattkweH. '22 Ann't Newe Editor Huford Uoodwin. '23 ^Sporto Editor Tannic i,<* Oiiphint. 23 Society Ed tor Hazet Canaan. '26 ^.HootaMMor Md MeCoiiouKh. '24 Feature Edttor K. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor itoselte Hurley. '2! Ex-Studehdttor Baainaaa Dapartment )*<[. Watker, '23 . . ., Circntation Manager M. N. Aitken. '23 Adverting Harry Copaiand. 'M Advertising Reporter* Alma Davidson J«e Kitter .). K. Swinfurd Brooke iodd h'rederirk Roberts E. H. Codify Hill Simpson THE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 April 1922

THE THRESHER:: HOUSTON, TEXAS Miss Dorothy Porter spent last week end in New Orleans. —a— Miss Mildred Dargan returned Mon- day from a short trip to Muskogee, Okia. Miss Martha Moore from T. C. U in Ft. Worth, was in Houston last week end for the Freshman boat ride Miss EHzabeth Davis entertained a group of friends with a house party during Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Davis. In the personnel were Misses Margaret Broadstreet and Jeanette Hi)! of Shreveport, Louisiana Y. W. Picnic. Next Thursday, May 4, the Y. W. C. A. wiii give its annua! "picnic under the oak" in compliment to the Senior girts. AH Senior giris are in- vited to be the guests of the Y. W. on this occasion. Miss Alice Gray Sears is in charge of the affair. It is urged that a)l girls who expect to attend be sure to "R. S. V. P." to Miss Scars before May 2. Elections of Y. W. C. A. The new officers elected for the Y. W. C. A. recently are as follows: Tannie Lee Oliphint—President. Elean...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 April 1922

HARVARD PRESHHMT DELIVERS LECTURES TO HOUSTON PEOPLE H (Continued from Page 1.) ent part* of the evidence is presented to different pqrsons. „ EQUAUTY STIFLES LIBERTY. How do opinion* change! By at- tention being diverted into new chan- nels by new means of persuasion, or the introduction of a new iine of thought. This may be illustrated by the mad rush of the Bolsheviks after equality in Russia. In the attempt to reduce everyone to absolute equal- ity, liberty itself has been discarded. The soveits have proved to the world that liberty cannot exist where there is equality. It has been said that belief is the di- rect result of emotion, that we believe what we want to believe. President Lowell trave several simple illustra- tions to show that this not altogether true. A man who earnestly desires that a certain column of Rgures give a certain result does not reach the con- clusion that this result is obtained when his addition shows him other- wise. But the effect of desire in ob- ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 May 1922

. <A VOLUME VH RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 5, 1922 NUMHER 25 Y. M. C. A. -R- GET-TOGETHER PARTY PROVES A SUCCESS R Lud Davis Gives FareweH Taik to the Men—Many Musical Selections Buford Goodwin was elected presi- dent of the Rice Y. M. C. A. at the meeting of the Association heid in Autry House on Wednesday night of this week. The meeting was merely a get-together affair and an informal program was enjoyed by seventy-Rye or a hundred Rice men. Other officers etected were Ben Duggan, vice presi- dent; W. M. Darting, secretary, and M. H. Atexander, treasurer. The meeting was opened by J. Lud Davis, president of the Y for this year. Fiaxman and White appeared as the first entertainers of the even- ing and, needless to say, they were most cordially received by the audi- ence, appreciative of their styie of en- tertainment. These two musicians re- sponded most graciously to the hearty apptause and played until their public repertoire was exhausted. Wiikinson, with his accordio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 May 1922

TH E THRE SHE R :: H OUS TO K.T E XAS THE THRESHER A vMkty wwnpar puMbtxd by tho tta- dentt of K)W Irntttut* Homton. TMM. Entered M 'econd etmn matter Oatobw t7. [9t6. «t th# pcntafHot in Houtton. Tew. Na- der the act of March 3. MT9. Sab**rtpttan R<t*' (2.00 per Year. 10c per Copy Threeher OfBee—Beeo HI A. B. THRESHER STAFF A. u 'XX Editor-tn-Chief JakL'Hf!iry.Jr .'22 H'Minmii Manager C. [.. Dutton. 22 Amf't Businet.- Manager K. 8. Hitkford, '29 .. Managing Editor Editeria) Department Fanny muck. '33 Associate Editor W. M. Darling. '23 News Editor Margaret HiackwcH. '23 Ass't New* Editor Hufordtioodwin. '23 Sports Editor i'annie t.pe Otiphint, '23 Society Ed tor iiatet t'annan, '25 Hoots Editor Hd McCoilmtgh. '24 Feature Editor H. K. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor KowHe Hurley, '2i Ex-Stude Editor Business Department Hun Walker. '28 Circulation Manager M. N. Aitkru. '23 Advertising Harry Com-land, '23 Advertising Reporters Alma Davidson Joe Hitter .!. K. Swinford iiroukeTodd Fietitri...

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