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

t. S THE THR ES HER :: 30 US TON, TEXAS S Hints In Texas Style Book Auatin, TexM, September 27 —New membere of the Daily Texan re portaria! stalf are Hading the style book iaaued by that publication a great help toward aaaimHaMng the fundamental principles of the news- paper game. Not content with stating the genera! rules In regard to the preparation of copy, the editor of the style book, In its revised 1982 edition gives some sound advice to those seek- ing berths on the Texan staff. It is explained that the details of newspaper editing covered in the book are not of course complete, but it is expected that these will come with practice and experiehce. Following are extracts from this interesting booklet: "If you are a seeker after the things commonly known as student honors, A MAN S STORE —Your iSMtf —YoMr —Yb%r —But select your Store first and the rest is easy. You can safely select Dover's as your store because Dover's cash policy assures you of the greatest possible merchan- d...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1922

T H E T HBE SH ER :: H OUS TO Nt T EX A 6 Campanile is Pleading for Photographs The following statement has been issued by Editor J. S. Hornbuckle of The Campanile: This is the yeariy waii of every Campanile editor, and 1 can sympa- thize with them as never before. The showing of the freshmen in having their pictures taken for The Cam- paniie this year has been entirety dis- appointing. At the time when haif of the ciass shouid have had their pic- tures in, on!y ten per cent had been down. There is no reason for this. The notice has been posted on the bulletin board )ong enough for every one to know when it is his time to have his picture made. It is just as easy to have this thing over with now as later. Periodically, at the end of every year, there is a tremendous fuss rais ed because The Campanile is late, be- cause other schools have had their books a week or so by the time we get ours. And yet, these same people, who howl so loudly over a delay in getting their Campaniles, will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1922

\ TN* THBUHE B ii H OCS TON. TEXAS RICE FORUM HAS MEETING Following the Man'o meeting Tues- day night at which phuw for M Ow! literary society were formulated, the Rice Forum, a debating club of three years' standing, heM a business meet- ing and elected Jack Glenn chairman for the ensuing year. It was the con sensus of opinion that there is room in Bice for two such literary societies, and that the Forum will continue to exist and (Ml such needs as it can among the student body. A talk was made by Lytton Wells, organizer of the Forum, in which he told of the difficulties under which debating societies labored, and stress- ed the need for constant recruiting fot "new blood" among freshmen. The faculty is heartily in accord with the formation of literary societies, he de- clared. —— CAMPANILE DANCE. A series of annual dances for the benefit of the Campanile, Rice year- book, will be instituted on the night of November 11. The dance will be held in the Institute Commons, under the man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 October 1922

T HE THRESHER :: H OUHTON, T EX AS MCE-BAYLOR CMD CLASSIC -w- BIGGEST FOOTBALL SENSATION OF YEARS PROBABLE LINE UP RICE. POSITION. BAYLOR Irvine Right End Crosby Waters Right Tackle WiHiamson BicMord Right Guard Goodman Boettcher Center Kirk Lawrence Left Guard Hertzog Lokey LettTaekie Biaiiock Campbett Left End FuHingham Goodwin or Coiiey Quarterback Bradshaw Chambers Fuiiback R. Pittman Swartz Right Haif Bishop McGee Left Haif Anderson Rice so far is an un- The footbaii sensation of the year, the game which may be the deciding factor in the race for a conference championship, is scheduted to take ptacc on Rice Fieid Saturday after- noon at 3:00 o'clock. At that hour Baytor University and Rice Institute wilt face each other from either side of the 50-yard !ine. At that hour the culmination of a great rivalry will be seen, a rivalry which has been grow- ing steadily for a year and which, since September 15, has attracted the attention of a million football fans over the southwestern...

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

' ... * . -1 VOLUME vm RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 2$, 1923 NUMBER 6 With two plays out of three already cast, and a large quantity of new ma- teria! made available by recent try- outs, the Rice Dramatic Ciub has been whipped into shape for its initial bill November 23 and 24. The first presentation will consist of "My Lost Duchess," by Reginald N. Lawrence, formerly an instructor in English at Rice, "Puritan and Pagan," by Casaneva Jones, and "Back of the Yards," by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. These plays, in the above order, will be directed by John Clarke Tidden, Baldwin Maxwell and Kenneth Rowe and Tom Rather. The cast selected for "My Lost Duchess" includes Ben Mitchell, Tom Rather, Mrs. Agnes L. Tidden and George Red. "Puritan and Pagan" will consist of Miss Carolyn Zuche, D. T. McLaughlin and H. Ernest Conklin. The dates for presentation have CLUB been changed from November 10 and 11 to November 23 and 24, due to the shortness of the time and certain com- plications w...

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

2 THE THRESHER A weekly Mw<p<tptr puMMud by t)x <te. dcatt of Rice Itntitut* *t Homton. TMM. Entered M Mcond ct<un mutter October M. *t the tfottoHioe tn Homton, Tesso. un- der the net of Murch S, !879. SubMriptton R#tee M.90 per Yetr. tCo per Copy Thrreher UKife—Room !M A. R. THRESHER 8TAFP )!!!-:: W. M. Cariine. !4 Edttor-in^htef J. C. Ritter. '23 Hmint-no Mutmcer R. S. Utckfurd, M Mz. Editor Fro-Tem. Edttorie) Department Sybitmsrte Denntnton. 'Z4. . . .AMOci<tte Editor Huford Goodwin, '23 News Editor Date Shepherd, '25 Aaxt. Newt Editor E. O. Arnoid, '24 Sport* Editor Mary Mackenzie. '23 Society Editor Hitiei t'annan. '25 Hoots Editor H. S. Tayior. '24..? Feature Editor J. H. Hughe*, '23 Exchange Editor Sainh Lane, ii) Ex-Studea Editor Jack (ilenn. '25 Cartoon Editor Business Department M N. Aithtn. '23 Advertising Manatter it. V. i-mttdun. '24 Adv. Reportoria! StaC. Limtslcy Htayney J. S. Hornbuckie I', i'lenn 0. H. ElUott K E. Warn A. R. Kennedy Rt<y Mt'Murtra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 October 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS S &; DUMB BUT WILLING OR FROM BOOTBLACK TO BOOTLEGGER The Thresher haa purchtned the exctutdve rttthto to thio exctttnw eompotted *)onft the which th fitted the eouitt of e*rtier generation*, and ottered to tine* of the chtrminz the pubtie by no tea* a pen oii naid*. For every iaaue there w) ment of thta expensive aeriat. Our Hooray Sho Louder, the coming noveiiat of the Gooae C continued atory untit by pubttc aul rettevirg the atrain to aome degree. S) CHAPTER I. "Mr. Crabapple, wilt you let me have a dime's worth of erakera, please?" The speaker was a bright-faced lad of sixteen summers. Though not handsome, there was something about the young man's ciean-cut features which made everyone in the little vil- lage of Wherexat, Wisconsin, his friend. His remark was addressed to Josiah Crabapple, postmaster and owner of the village store. "Gladly, my boy," answered old Mr. Crabapple. "And how is your mother today?" "Not so well," replied the boy, a sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 October 1922

THE THBE SHE R i! HO UST 0 H, THAt Lso c! E*ry Miss Virginia Atwell was a visitor in the cloisters Monday. She has re- cently returned home from New York, where she has been for the iast month. At E. B. L. S. meeting Friday Miss Mitdred Schweikart was elected to fitt a vacancy on the tribunai. The fol- lowing committee was appointed to have charge of the P. A. L. S.-E. B. L. S. party to be given at the Autry House Thursday afternoon at four- tliirty: Misses Mary Louise Howze. Alary Kiilingsworth, Pauiine Jordan. A discussion of the annua! Alumnae breakfast to be heid Thanksgiving int'ming was followed by adjournment of the club. ARCHAEOLOGIST GIVES LECTURE Aiiss I'ender Turnbull, who has been missed by all. has been ill with dengue fever. "Dutehy" Miiford was a visitor at itice this week. A. L. 8. Tin; PaUas Athene Litemry Society met Tuesday, October i7. inaugurat- inM'itsciia!!g.!0t't)Maitcrsfi'0mthe tiiits Club Koom tn the Autry House, wta'i'c it \siil hold its meetings in fu- tu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 October 1922

tV.!' THE THRESHER :: ' H0U8 TON, TEXAN MATTERS BROUGHT UP AT MASS MEETING -o- Autry House should be more exten- sive!)? patronized— The Owi Magazine needs immediate support— Oniy Rice rooters shaii sit in the rooting section— Student Councii needs student eo- operation. These points were stressed in a rousing mass meeting heid at 12:10 p. m. Thursday in the Physics Amphi- theater. Jimmie Huges, president of the Student Councii, presided and deliv- ered the introductory taik in which he stressed the need of a cioser harmony in actuai working between the gov- erning board and the students in gen- era!. "This meeting is not a 'gripe' meet- ing," Hughes stated, "but it is one designed for constructive purposes. Anybody can compiain about existing conditions, but it is up to us as ioyai students of this schooi to remedy any conditions which need remedying. For this purpose the Student Councii was designed. It is eontinuaiiy plan- ning ways in which iife on the campus can be made more ag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 October 1922

6 BAYLOR DEFEATS RICE 31 TO 0 (Continued bom Page !) Held goal, and a touehback, carrying the coant up to 31. If there were any Rice star* in the game, Chambers, Swartz, Goodwin, Bickford, CoUey and McGee wouM ail be counted. But there were no stars, to speak generally. Every man on the team starred—gave the best that was in him. It was a case of the whole team starring, fighting, holding, sway ing and finally losing, aii as one man. The team did its best, but that wasn't enough to register a victory. AM through the entire contest, dur- ing the bright as weii as dark periods for the Blue and Gray warriors, Date Shepherd and his rooting squad of Rice fans continued their cheering ant) yelling and singing—encouraging the team. Between halves the word Owls was formed on the field. ant) a snake dance followed a scries of ye!!s. Tomorrow the squat) journeys to Stillwater, where they tangle with Oklahoma A. & M. College eleven, which last week defeated the Centra! Teachers' CoHege. On...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1922

VOLUME vm RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 27, 1922 NUMBER 7 COUNCIL GIVES TO SEVERAL WEIGHTY THINGS Owl Magazine Given Appropriation Out of Incidental Fund—Vigi- lance Committee Named For Fish Control Several matters of importance were transacted by the Students Council in a meeting heid October 24 in room 204 of the Administration Building. A request from Editor Winns- boroug of the Ow) Magazine for an appropriation of $100 out of the inci- dental fund of the Blanket Tax was granted. Winnsborough presented a statement of costs and receipts and expiained that subscriptions were sma!), that expenses incidental to the first issue were large, that such inci- dental expenses would not have to be met in subsequent issues, that in later years an apportionment out of the Blanket Tax would go to The Owl, as student subscriptions will be made di- rectly through the Blanket Tax, and that while later issues would be self- supporting the present one faces a deficit of approximately the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1922

i-.w, 2 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS THE THRESHER A w*My n*w<p*P*r nuMbhad by th< <tu- Jeot< of Hie* Inttttute st Homton. Twn. Rnterad M oecond ct*M msttar October K. MM. *t the pottofHoo )n Homton. ToxM. utt- <ier the *et of Mttrch !, H19. 8oh#tription R*t*< $!.09 per Yw. !0c per Copy Threoher 0<Ht*-Boom M4 A. B. THBB8HBB STAFF MM-M W. M. Darting. '24 Editor-in-Chief J. C. Ritter. '23 Business Manager R. B. Hickford, M Mn. Editor Pro-Tem. Ed Merit) SybHmarteUenniaton. MufordGo<x]win. '28. Dais 8ht-])herd, '25. .. Hyman Pienn. '2<i. .. E. O. Arnoid. '24 Mary Mackenzie. '23 HazeiCannan. '26 ... H. S. Tayior. '24 ... J. H. Hunhcs. j23.. Jack Gienn. '2!i Department '24 ... Associate Newa Asst. Newa Asst. News Sports Society Hoots Feature Exchange Ex-Studes Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor BusincM Department K. it. Hannan Circttiation Manager .1 A. UrvdtM Advertising it. V. ].<tt:*d«n Advertising Reportoriat Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1922

THE THRES HER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE PILGMM'S PROGRESS DUMB BUT WILLING OR FROM BOOTBLACK TO BOOTLEGGER Ry <Mc Z,oK<&r (Copyright in U. S., Europe and Har- risburg, Texas.) (Synopsis: Jack Standish, our hero, is a bright-faced lad of 16 sum- mers, dwelling in the little village of Wherezat, Wisconsin, with his widow- ed mother, Mrs. Standish, and is greatly enamoured of Rosa Fowler, a bright-faced girl of 15 summers, who is working in the village post- office to secure funds for a college course in the east. Jack's rival is Horace Temple, son of Squire Temple, the richest man in the village, but Rosa prefers our hero. Jack is seen to be awaiting with anxiety the ar- rival of a letter, evidently of great importance. One morning on his way to work he sees that a washout has endangered the railroad track, and he tears oif his shirt and waves it just in time to save the passengers of the 7:14 from a horrible death. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY.) "What does this mean?" angrily inqui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1922

THE THBE SHE R :: H OUS TON. TEXAS FOOTBALL SIDELIGHTS By "THE CRtTtC" The outstanding conference gam# scheduled before Thanksgiving is the Baylor-Texas A. & M. clash at Waco on Nov. 4. Baylor unquestionably has A & M. outctassed. but the Texas sport world has a lot of respect for the way an A. & M. team eta Rght against odds. Once more in the Rice memory book ttoes Critic chalk up a defeat on Rice Field at the hands of "Slippery" Klam. He beat the Slimes. He didn't ; lay quarter but he told the quarter what to play. HewasunselRshand made only one of the touchdowns. A report of the Texas-Vandcrbilt name says that an ambulance and two ntt-t) were seet) on the sidelines, ready for instant service. To counteract this. Critic reminds high school read- ers that the great Hermann Hospital m xt fait will be in operation just a stone s throw from Rice Field. Flans for a compressed air shute connect- ing the Field and the hospital are un<it-r discussion. 1'iacea star beside th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS -+t<- OWL MAGAZINE TO BE RUN ON STRICT BUSINESS BASIS -O- A new era dawned in the Hie of Rice Institute publications when R. M. Winsborough, editor of The Owi, announced at the mass meeting Thurs- day that The Owi, in notabie contrast to the past history of pubiieations ai Rice wiii be run on a strictly business basis. "Circulation wiii be strictiy limited to the paid subscribers. There will bo no free copies for general distribu- tion. A commercial mazagine could not exist with a iarge free circula- tion list. In the Hrst place, copies cost money. In the second, free cir- culation is of no value to an adver- tiser. Consequently the copies of The Owl wiii be distributed only to those students whose names appear on the paid subscription list. Advertising is being sold strictly as advertising, on the basis of value re- ceived. No complimentary ads or do- nations are accepted. The magazine expects to perpetuate itself for years to come, and the manager...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 27 October 1922

T HZ THRB SHE R :: HOU STO N, TEX A S Freshmen Fall Before Attacks of the Pirates Port Arthur Team Too Weighty and Speedy for the Fish Eleven. Port Arthur's Pirates swooped down on the Freshman football team last Saturday and finished with a 32 to 0 victory over the Rice Creen Owls. Eiam and Sandefur, speedy Port Arthur backs, were too much for the Stimps. They contributed consider- ably towards handing the Freshmen eleven their first defeat of the sea- son. The work of Harris, Mines, Chas- tian, Calvin and Kale, featured the Hict' play during the game. The green ones held the independents to a lone ttimhilnwn in the iirst quarter and )iunn a goose egg on the Port Arthur hoys in the last period. Sensational runs liy the visitors boosted the score in the sesond and third quarters. Sandefur started the scoring in the first quarter by reeling off 35 yards around right end after his team had failed to advance on line bucks. Klam phued kicked goal in the try for points. 1'iai'ka, playing...

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

<*0 PEP MEETING 12:25 PEP PARADE 7:30 VOLUME VIII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 3, 1932 NUMBER 8 HALLOWEEN SOCIAL GIVEN BY Y. M. C. A HOWLING SUCCESS $50,000 LOAN FUND Ig BEGUN Details of a plan to raise $50,- 000 as a perpetual loan fund to aid worthy men and women stu- dents to obtain an education at Rice Institute were released Wednesday by J. W. Evans, prominent Houston cotton broker. The movement is head- ed by Mr. Evans, Chester H. Bryan, J. P. Houstoun, Frank Andrews, and George Hamman. Twenty-Hve thousand dollars has been raised so far, by means of pledges of $100 per year for five years by each of Hfty Hous- ton business men. George Ham- man is treasurer pro tempore of the fund, and a faculty commit- tee to pass on eiigibiHty for ioans wiii consist of Prof. E. O. Lovett, Dr. J. W. Siaughter and Colone! Lindsey Biayney of Rice Institute. Judge Chester Bryan is credited with the initiation of the ioan fund. Work has been going on during the last three L weeks. C...

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

z THE THRESHER^r"; THE THRESHER :: HOUST 01*. TEXAS dent< Rnterad « !0H, at t)w der th< 'et IT. M M p<y Ye*r, 10a p#r Copy ThrHth.r OUt. Naao H4 A. H. THRESHER STAFF !M! M W. M. Darting. 24 Edttor-ta-ChM J. C. Rttttr. 'Z! Buatneax Managsr R. 8. HteMord. Edttor Pro-Ttm. Editor)*) M*partm*nt Sybitmarit Dennbton. '24 .. Associate Huforti Goodwin. '23 Now* Ua)a Shepherd. '25 A<wt. New< HimenPtenn. '2(! Asst. New< H. O. Arno)d. '24 Sport* Mary Mackcntie. '23 Society Haze) Cannan. '25 Hoots H. S. Tay)or. '24 Feature J. H. Hughes. '23 Exchange Sarah Lane, )9 Ex-Studee Jac)tG[enn. '25 Cartoon Business Department R. H. Kantian Circuiation Manager J. A. Urydcn Advertising R. V. ]<wd"n Advert)sing Reportoria) Staff. Slu-tia): Kan nit- itess Emory. Margaret 'i'urnbutt. !,iuds<y iMaymy AiiieKing J. I,. Moore t)*-).aMotta)trown < K. H!!iott Mii'htd Sehweikart SEND A THRESHER. The Threstier some time ago made an informal announcement that names of any individual whom Ric...

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

THE THRE BHEB :: H OUSTON, T EX AS WM LETTER COLUMN B the Editor I with to take this meant of reply- ing to the article or letter, which ap- peared in this coiumn of The Thresher of Oct. 21. The writer of the article of which I have reference, failed to sign hit name at the end—therein lies the greatest criticism to be made. In signing his letter "a student," the writer has made his real identification so vague that his article might as well be placed in the category of anony- mous. He has violated not only a fine rule of ethics but also has com- mitted a violation of a student's coun- cil ruling. It is easy to criticize un- der the name of "a student" but quite a different proposition when the reader sees your name signed at the end of your article. Does the critic in this column of a previous issue of The Thresher realize for a moment that it is practically im- possible to satisfy every man out of 350 students in the Mess Hail? Does the critic reaiize that even at home there is ve...

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

t.? ?so c THE THRE8HER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS gBHBBBBBBB DUMB BUT WILLING OR FROM BOOTBLACK TO BOOTLEGGER Spanish Hullowe'cn. ' Ctuwns, Hallowe'en witches, fairies, tacky giants, eats, pumpkins, bells a jingle. Ail of these were prevalent at the Hallowe'en party given by the 200 Spanish Club at the home of C. H. Thonisen on Tuesday night. Due to the extreme jollity of the occasion, ru!es and regulations of the ctub were suspended for the evening and most of the games, dances and conversa- tions were in Engiish. The home was beautifully decorated in orange and Mack with cats, pump- kins and witches carrying out the Hallowe'en motive. Delightful re- freshments were served. The party was considered a huge success by the large number present. Mr. Eddie Weldon was a visitor in the ctoisters Monday. There wilt be a meeting of K. B. L. 8. Literary Society at Autrv House nn Fri(ia\ at 12:30. Miss Julia Ratcliif, a farmer stu- dent at Rice, is spending the week in San Antonio as the gue^t cf Miss...

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