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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTO N. TEXAS CON8T!TUT!ON W HONOR SYSTEM The honor system ts an integral part of student self-govemorship at Rice. At it* hand Is the Honor Coun- eH, elected from the studant ehmes. The rule* governing this system, known as the constitution of the Honor Council, are given herewith. The sooner the new student become* acquainted with them, the better. ARTICLE 1. The honor system shall be governed and controlled by a body of represen- tative students to be known as the Honor Council. ARTICLE 2. The duties of the council shall be to govern matters pertaining to the honor and welfare of the school as a whole. This body shall not only handle mat- ters of honor of students in class- rooms but elsewhere. ARTICLE 8. Section 1. The Honor Council shall be composed of nine members, includ- ing the chairman, three from the Se- nior class, two from the Junior class, two from the Sophomore class, and one from the Freshman class. The chairman must be a Senior during the term of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

s_ AUTRY DEATH IS SHOCK TO RICE FRIENDS Popular Young Man Dies After Few Weeks of Sum- mer Illness Jantt-s Lockhart Autry, Jr., aged 33, son of Mrs. James L. Autry of No. 5 Cortland Place, Houston, and a grad- uate of Rice, died at a Houston sana- torium at 2 o'clock on the morning of August ;il. His death followed an illness which began with dengue fever three weeks previous and which de- veloped into appendicitis and other complications. He is survived by his mother and one sister, Miss AUie Mae Autry, a student at Rice. James was the son of Judge James Lcn'ktiat't Autry. who died two years ago. Thf Mitre Autry House, built by Mis. Autry, is in remembrance of Mr. Autry. "Jimmie'' Autry received his Bache- lor of Arts degree from Rice in 1921. His activities in college iife were va- ried. He served as president of the Honor Council, member of the Stu- dents' Cnuneit, managing editor of The Thresher, member of the Engineering Society and of the Idlers Ciub. His )h.puiarity among the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 September 1922

a)]* JH* KSHH! VOLUME vm RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER ?2, 1922 NUMBER 2 DOCTOR LOVETT WELCOMES FRESHMEN NEWSPAPER PRIZE OFFERED FOR STUDENTS One Hundred Dollars to Be Given By Post and Chronicle. With the announcement of two $100 prizes offered by the Houston Post and Houston Chronicle, it is expected that the literary side of journalism at Rice Institute will show a great amount of cultivation by the end of the ensuing year. These prizes, offered for the best news story and best feature story, respectively, written by a member of the Rice student body, were first men- tioned at the "R and Quill" banquet given by the R and Quill Associa- tion last May. Rules for the con- tests have now been formulated, and are published herewith. lt**is emphasized that the field of contestants is by no means limited to members of The Thresher staff, and that articles submitted need not necessarily be published first in The Thresher, though they may be so pub- lished. The contests will c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS THE THRESHER A weeMy newspaper puMiahed by the stu- dent# of Rice institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second e!ass matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffiee in Houston, Texas, un- der the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates $2.(M per Year. 10c per Copy Thresher OMce—Room MM A, B THRESHER STAFF 1932-33 W. M. Oariin^, '24 Kditor-in-Chief J.C. Ritter, '2K. .Business Manager H. S. Hickf^rd, '28 M*:. Kdit^r Pro-Tem. Kditoriai Department Sy.b.Hmarie Denniston, '24... .Associate Editor Huford (<oodwin. '2^ News Editor K O. Arnold, '34 .. Sports Hditot Mary Mackenzie. '2:1 Society H<ditor iiKKti llannan. '25.. Hoots Editor U. K. Taylor, '24..... Feature Editor Hustne** Department M. N. Aitken. '2H, Advertising: Manager H.D.Manno" ......... CircL^atoit) Manaper (.corMe Ked. Adv ]\]Kl{S(HOtASTH MEET. Tlnjsc who we interested iti the athk-tic prowess of Mine, for the future as wet! as the present, are beginning to took forward to the high seh«u) i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS TheLumbermansNationalBank HOUSTON, TEXAS Capita!, Surplus and ProHta Over One MHHon Dollars OFFICERS a. f. CAHTKB. CUY M. BBYAM. A.Mv* VtM-Prw. C. H. E. HOLLAND. Atthr. Vic^PfM. WM. B. CUVKLAKB. J!L. V.-Pr*. H. M GAKWOOB. Vtc^PrM. K. F. mCHOLSON. CMhttr J. A. F!TE. AMtotsnt CatMw H. J. BEBNABD. Atuhtont Cwhi.r L. B. BRYAN. JR., Ant't^nt 3S3SBKZ55B SAVINGS DEPARTMENT SAFETY BOXES NOW IS THE TIME TO CULTIVATE THE HABIT OF THRIFT IT WILL SERVE YOU WELL IN LATER YEARS TEXAS CMMERC!^ NATiMAL BANK RJATGER MARX^, inc. SJOFANWiW BARBECUE/) 7?OOJ!f Merchants Lunch 45c. Regular Dinner 75c. We Uae Kama* C^M S(caft<t Sea Food Owr Specie!*#. Rccciued Dai!{/ hy Specie! DeHuerw From *he CwM *%?!%? iVcr FVowcr^ She')! tove you ntctE& than Ot course you'H seiect the best. ever. The world has no more use for a man without money than you have for a lantern without oil. Both are worthless when most wanted. The Guaranty National Bank CAPITAL $200,000.00 Hermann Buil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 22 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS That ReHect Personality and tndividuaHty. The Greatest Showing in Town for the Coliege Man— <3716? Mp assortment Silk lined .50 and up the particular kind tike best, in a wide LEOPOLD & PR!CE 77)t' //o;;.s<' o/ jf fit? Ow/! We have for the pust eight years served students of Rice-ottr business rela- tions have always been satisfactory and prohtabte Wt n-t- doing business rhe sameotd stand We soiicit your patronage L, J. .4. X/7BLER &! j tSOtVAD j The !'( <)))[fs State Bank 3 0\ COXGRESS AVENUE i^) TWEEX M\l\ WD TRAVIS A GM<3r<awfy FY/n(% OpenLnti!5P. M.DaityandUntii <) o'Clock on Saturdays K)R YOL R CONVENIENCE ^ Fo^r Per on 7Ywc &S5HSK!3Si C/of/iej? /or Men NogrMupof men are so exacting about their clothes as young fel- iowM at cogent. They set the stand- ard for young wen's fashion. Our young men's clothes are tailor- ed with the "Younc Men's Idea." In cut, in tailoring, in fabric, they possess those tine points of nuati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

§ RiCE HOUSTON EDITION VOLUME VIII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922 NUMBER 3 Y. M. C. A. PLANS FORMULATED BY ACTIVE CABINET Bible Classes to Be Part of Work—Drive for Funds Starts Soon. Bible classes wit! form an integral and important feature of the Y. M. C. A. work in Rice this year, if plans formulated at the second cabinet meet- ing, held Wedneday, are worked out successfully. Reverend Harris Mas- terson of the Autry House will lead the group discussions, and meetings will occur every Tuesday from 7:10 to 7:40 in the Autry House. To begin with, the cabinet will form the nucleus of the class and any one in school who is really interested is welcome to at- tend. Plans were completed for the annual drive for funds. This drive com- mences next Monday and a large membership is expected in view of the extended program undertaken this year. Attempts are being made to secure swimming privileges in the downtown Y. M. C. A. for Rice mem- bers. The first of the enjoyable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HO US TON. TEXAS CLUBS OF CITY SEND WORD TO THE UNIVERSITY (Continued from Page 0 than merely expressing pride in our great institution. "Speaking from the viewpoint oi the Rotary Club, I believe that I am safe in saying that every Rotarian in Houston is not oniy proud of this great educational institution, but is willing to co-operate in every way to establish a feeling in the students at Rice that Houston is for them all the way down the line. John A. Entbry, President, Rotary Ciub of Houston. "Agreeable to your recent invita- tion to the Conopus Ciub, to contri- bute a few words to your Rice-Hous- ton edition of 'The Thresher,' we wish to assure you that the Conopus Ciub, composed of professional and busi- ness men of Houston, has unshaken faith in Rice Institute and in its past accomplishments and future possi- bilities as a great institution of learn- ing. "We extend our compliments and heartiest cofigratutations at the com- mencement of your new college year, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

ASSEMBLY OF WRITiN G CLUB "AwemMy" for the wrlt^t dab hM given by Miee Sybil Deanhton, prMldent of the organization for tha present year. AH old membws, and new student* interested in literary work of any kind, are invited to attend the meeting Monday afternoon at 1:80, to be held in the Autry House. Dr. Stockton Axson, literary advisor of the club, will be on hand in January, but before his coming it is hoped to have the organization functioning smoothly. President Lovett will ad- dress the initial meeting, it is said. THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Y. W. TO HAVE MINSTREL Co-ed talent is being solicited for the Y. W. C. A. Minstrels, to he given the last week in October. It is to be by girls and for girls. It will be a wonderful show if the co-eds will give it their support, according to Y. W. authorities. Those interested are asked to meet in the Girl'a Club Boom Friday. The hour wiil be Miss Sydney Swett who had form- erly planned to attend the University of Texas this winter, ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: H OUSTON. TEXAS ^ H THE THRESHER A wetMy newspaper pubtlnh<d by tin <tu- dantu of Rlcz Institute *t Homton. TMM. Entered M Mcond clmt msttmr October M. ]9]S <tt thn pontufMce in Homton. TwtM. BB- d rtheMtofMsMhS. !SH. M M ptr Yettr, !0c p<!r Copy Thrwhtr OCict—Room !M A. B. TMBE8HEK STAFF MM M W. M. Darlinn. 24 EdKor-tn-ChM J. U. Ritter. '23 Bu'tnew MaMgwr K. S. Kickford, 'ZD Mn. Editor Pro-Tem. Editor)*) Dtp*rtm<nt Ss'Lilmarit' Dennbton. '24 Ainocitte Editor Hat - Shepherd. '25 AMt. Newt Editor Muford Goodwin, '23 Newt Editor E O. Arnoid. '24 Sportu Editor Mary Mackenzie. '23 Society Editor HaztiCannan. '25. .. .. .Hoots Editor H. S. Taytor. "24 Feature Editor .). M. HuKhea. '23 Exchange Editor Sui'nh i.anc. )i< Hx-Studen Editor Jack Gienn. '2B Cartoon Editor HMDinemt Department M N. Aitkcn. '23 Advertising Manager it. !). Hannon. '2S Circulation Manager Hcorge Rtd. "25 Adv Reportoriai StaiT. Roy McMurtray Tannie Lee Oiiphint WpHact-Uhl P;rt-y L.Ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

TH E THRESHER :: HOUSTO N, TEXAS ELEVENTH MATRICULATION ADDRESS IS DELIVERED BY DR. LOVETT TO FRESHMEN Read Wednesday, September 80, 1982, 9:00 A. M. at the opening meet- ing of the eleventh academic year of the Rice Institute, by Edgar OdeH Lovett, President of the Institute. As Prime Minister of Engiand, Ben- jamin Disraeli once appointed a young relative of Sir Henry Irving's, at the iatter's request, to be one of the ciergy of the Queen's chapei at Wind- sor. In due course, the young curate came to Irving in great distress, say- ing, "The unexpected has happened. Everyone his dropped out, and I have been ordered to preach on Sunday." Irving took him to see Disraeii for advice. The Prime Minister said to him, "If you preach thirty minutes, Her Majesty will be bored. If you preach fifteen minutes, Her Majesty wiH be pleased. If you preach ten minutes, Her Majesty will be de- lighted." "But, my !ord," said the young clergyman, "what can a preach- er possibly say in oniy ten minutes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

T HE THRE SHE B :: HOU STO N, TEXAS JMbfricM%a#ow AtMreas (Contt!me<ifH)!nPa%e&) their organizations were an honor council for the conduct of their own discipline and examinations, a Young Men's Christian Association and a Young Women's Christian Associa- tion, a literary society for the women and two for the men, athletic teams and departmenta) clubs. The under- graduate tife that they and their im mediate successors reatized was < thoroughly democratic one, and alto- gether the happiest I have ever known in a rather wide experience of Ameri can college conditions. Their numbers were to grow, and rapidly, too; in fact, Rice's probtem has been in matters of attendance to keep the standards up and the num- bers down. In subsequent years quite us many applications for admission were refused as were accepted, but al- ready, at the beginning of the fifth year, the entering freshman class con sists of three hundred and sixty-three members from one hundred and thir- teen towns i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

THE THR ES HER :: HOUSTO N, TEXAS HKKS J AT tT AGAtN BUG STUDES #<)<!)!:){!)!{){#}){ TO HEAR NOTED NATURALIST At four P. M. Thursday, September twenty-eighth, Dr. Paul Bunyan, of San Antonio, wit] institute a series of lectures on the fauna of the Big Onion River country. It wi!i be remembered that Dr. Bunyan led an expedition into this almost inaccessible country whose explorations extended over the who!e of the year of the two winters. Dr. Bunyan has with him a number of im- portant mounted specimens and pic- tures. Of notabie interest are his photo- graphs of the tittle-known club-footed williparoova bird, which, when its life is in danger from the hunter, spreads its left wind, and hides behind it, thus becoming totally invisible to the pur- suer; the side-hill Moody, which has one leg 6 7-8 times as long as the other, and was only captured after being chased three times around the Rocky Mountains in an endeavor to drive it down into the foothills where Ms peculiar formati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS VARSITY PREPARES FOR GRID CLASH WITH FRESHMEN OWL TEAM GAINING STRENGTH Freshmen Train Daily Un- der Coaches Hiity and Taylor. Two hours daily practice augmented by a game with the Green Owls on Rice Field Saturday afternoon—such is the scheduie of preparations Coach Arbuckle is employing before the in- itial tilt of the football season, which is to be with Sam Houston Normal on October 7. The game Saturday may or may not last the usual four quarters. It is primarily a practice game for both teams and scoring will be sacrificed if it wilt interfere with a complete re- hearsal of the tactics which the men have been taught. It is probable that all the candidates on both the Varsity and Freshman squads will be used and the coaches will be on the lietd of ptay when necessary. Nevertheless it wil! h<< the first pubiic appearance for the Varsity in two weeks and wiii enable Captain Boettcher TENNIS SQUAD PUTS TOUCHES ON OLD FORM Initial practice of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 October 1922

VOLUME VIH RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 6, 1923 NUMBER 4 & HOUSTON NORMAL FIRST GRIDIRON PREY FOR THE RICE OWLS STIFF BATTLE EXPECTED FOR OPENING GAME Normalites to Bring Big Squad of Men to Houston. Ow! Lineup Not Picked. FootbaH, described by Waiter Camp as "the man's game; the game that makes college life worth while," wifl be officially ushered into Rice and into Houston tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'ctock. At that hour Sam Houston Normai wi!i brave th ? fury of 11 blue-clad huskies who wiii take the lead in defending Rice's name on the gridiron this faii. The opening of the seheduie is wel- comed by players and rooters alike. Four weeks of practice without a game is trying on both. Predictions of the game's final score are unnecessary. The fact that autumn is here, that sweaters and coats are needed, that excitement is in the air, that the grip- ping speH of estactic nervousness which setties over a school at football time is beginning to be felt—those are the thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 October 1922

THE THB ESHEB HOUSTO N. TE XAS THE THRESHER A wteHy ntwiptper paMMwd by th* <tu- dento of Rtc# tn.titut. Hou.ton. Tswut. Entartd M teeand etM October M. tS!6. St th. pa^totUca in Houston. TexM. un- j:r the act of Mtrch S. ]))79. PxhMhptlon R<t.. M.aa per Yt*r. 10c per Copy Thrwher OHtt*—Room )M A. B. THHBHHKR ETAFf !W! M W. M. DtrHnx. 24 Editor-in-Chief j C Ritter. '!B Bminmw Manager K. 8. Uickford. Mst. Editor i'ru-Tem. Editor!*! Deportment Syhiimarie Penniston. '34 Anociate Muford Goodwin. '33 News Bttia Shspherd. '35 A^<t. Mows E. O. Arnoid. '34 ^Sport* MaryMackentif. '33 Society Hate) Cannan. '35 Hoots H. 8. Tayior. 34 Feature J. H. Hughes. '33 Exchange Sarah Lane. 19 Ex-Studes JaeitCtenn. '35 Cartoon Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Business Department M N. Aitken. '33 Advertising Manager K. i). Hannon. '23 Circuiatiun Manager George Red. '23 Adv Reportoria! Staff. H. i'tenn R. E Warn C. O. Poitard A.K.Kennedy CONSTRUCTfVENESS Hathe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 October 1922

** *" ——- HagSBB "' THE THRESHER :: HOUSTO N, TEXAS 8 It's a young man's suit style and preferred by oniy carefui dressers. We show them in cashimers, unfinished worsteds and tweeds at 5 # MASON MASON ^AM'SERtY A CORPORAHOM 4M Main Street HOFFMAN . BERLY .- DuBOIS w,'M; t: 't -'*- - FOUR CL07WES BURKHART'S LAUNDRY AND DYE WO RKS DRY CLEAMWG, PRESSfNG AND DYEJNG 7?JCE ^EP^/L.S'EAT^T/^S' 7?OV CN^A/R^.S' //./RAT P/yZE/? Leave Your Work at Second F!oor Debating Room c" South HaH The world has no more use for a man without money th^n you have for a lantern without oil. Both are worthless when most wanted. The Guaranty National Bank CAPITAL $200,000.00 Hermann Building 206 Main Street HOUSTON, TEXAS TYPEWR!TERS Any standard make factory rebuttt eqnal to brand new in every way. We give yon the aame written guarantee with our rebuiits as is accorded a brand new machine. We are factory distributors for the Famous BaU Bearing Light Running L. C. Smith. Terms quoted on request. We set). rent, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 October 1922

THE TBRES HER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS STUDENTS TAKE NOTICE Unusual features are to characterize this year's Campanile ac- cording to Editor E. O. A moid. A genera! idea of the new attrac- tions wi!i be mp.de public soon. Pictures of students must be made at once if the Campanile is to come out in May, Arnoid states. FoHowing is the schedule: SOPHOMORES A to D, inclusive Oct. 10 E to L, inclusive Oct. 17. M to R, inclusive Oct. 18. S to Z. inclusive Oct. 19. Juniors A to I) inetusive Oct. 23. K to L inetusive Oct. 24. M to R inetusive Oct. 25. S to Z inetusive Oct. 26. A to F inclusive Oct. 30. G to M inclusive Oct. 31. NtoZinctusive Nov. 1. A cap and gown for seniors' use wilt be found at the studio. — <9- He: "Have you kissed the bride?" Him: "Not tatety." —Gargoyle. *SAFJE SO&7VD gJERPYCE The Peoples State Bank ON CONGRESS AVENUE BETWEEN MAIN AND TRAVIS A GMarawfy FYtwd Ban# Open Unti) 5 P. M. Daily and Until 6 o'Ciock on Saturdays FOR YOUR CONVENiENCE Four P<?r Ccnf on Tfmc R...

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

"c f VOLUME VIII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 13, 1922 NUMBER 5 WHAT POWER IS INVESTED IN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION (ByA.R. Kennedy.) Just how much power has the Stu- dents' Association and how much have the faculty and the trustees? The question has often been asked and there *has been quite a bit of specula- tion on the matter; but in an or- ganization whose members enter with no knowtedge of student government and remain four years without ever being caiied upon to make a very dose study of it is almost impossibie to And one who can answer the ques- tion. However, in the iate ease before the students' council as to whether or not the council had the right to set aside a section of the constitution and ap- point Mr. Arnold to the editorship of the Campanile while he was on pro- bation, tHe question had to be answer- ed. Dr. Caldwell noticed the presi- dent of the Students' Association that the council had overstepped its bounds and acted where it had no right, and that Mr. ...

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

3 THE THRESHER A wt*kty a#w*[*p* nnhMth*) by th* stu- dent* of Kloo trntttut# *t Homtaa. TMM Ent#rtd M Mcond cttm m*tt#r October M. MM, *t the pMtoaico in Homtna. Texn. uo- th. Mt of Mtrch !. MT!. M M p#r Ywr, 10c per Copy Thmhtt OUce—Hoem M4 A. B. TBBK8HEH BTAFf !M! M W. M DsrUns. M Bditor-tn-Chief J. C. Ritter, <M. BminaM M*nwr R. S. Bftkford. SS Mtt Editor Pro-Tem. MttwM DepertmMt Sybitm*rt< DtnnMon. !4 Amoci*te Editor Buford Goodwin, '!! Newt Editor Date Shepherd. !S A«t. Newt Editor E. O. Arnoid. !4 Sporte Editor Mttry MMhenttie, M Society Editor Hate) Ctnntn. M . .Hoot* Editor H. S. Tayior. '24 Feature Editor J. H. Hughe*. '23 Exchange Editor Sarah Lane. t« Bx-Stude* Editor Jack Gienn, '26 Cartoon Editor BaeineM Department M N. Aitken. '23 Advertising Manager R. V. Logsdon, '24 Adv. Repoftoyi^! StaW. Linda!ey mayney J. S. HornbucMe H. P!enn C. E. EHiott R. E.^lA^rn A. R. Kennedy SYMPTOMS That period officially known as the "scholastic year of 1922-23" is now weH under wa...

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