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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 November 1922

i '.1 -<n THB THRESH EB :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Dy. JL V< t&tdiMetorof&a that, apohwht&ww the tlx T of W<w)«n Yoloo to n<wx< Ittft Thwwisy M "Ptns! ia TMCM^' Md "CoRvaotion Vtmx MaMuy." The Arot addMM v<Mt 4e- !iwywdtath*<it<H3M)on, thetaooad *t th* night Mtuhn. Dhtcmtsh^f puna! M%ona, Dr. Slaughter Mid: "Any <ndvoc*ey of meMUMM lacMnw te Mta Mf&wn of poaa! iMtMwHom <a#w at the atart from aa adverse prejadice. A!! re- foratere are eaepected, aad ri^tly no, for the reaeoa that their enthmdaem for change dieqaa!Mee them for de- vieiag eane and workaMe ateaauree." Sentiment reform, he continues, interferes with panai operations and causes oHieiaia to look upon auch movements with skepticism. "The ob- jective of pena! practise methods is relative to the materials deait with. In other words, one must know the convict before attempting to do any- thing whatever with him." The penal institution has for its real objective corrective measures, he de- c...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 3 November 1922

6 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS MCE MEETS TEXAS TOMORROW -9- OWLS ALL SET FOR LONGHORN CLASH A high spot of Rice's 1922 football season is to be reached tomorrow aft- ernoon when the Ow] team faces a Texas University eteven on Rice Field. Texas University, for the past two years champions of the Southwestern Conference and one of the two con- tenders for this year's pennant, has sent to Houston 25 of the best foot- hat! players ever assembled by a Texas school. The Longhorn squad brings with it 40 years of traditional leadership in collegiate sports. It represents one of the dozen largest universities in America and, what is more immediately important, brings an excess man-for-man weight of more than 20 pounds over the Rice team. Hy almost unanimous although un- popular consent, the student body of Rice has come to consider a difference of 14 adverse points a victory over Texas. HspeciaHy is this true this year, when the odds are greater in favor of Texas than at any time since Hic...

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

'' ' b) ' ;" .f'f ' VOLUME vm MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 19, 1922 NUMBER 9 HOUSTONIANS TALK TO MEN STUDENTS Lynch Davidson, W. L. Farish and Mr. Evans Receive a Warm Welcome FoHes Bergere Open Doors at Witching Hour A Vaudeville Extravaganza to Be Presented by Houstonians. Rice students heard three vocational talks this week. The talks, under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A., were de- livered in the Commons by Lynch Da- vidson, lumberman, A. S. Cleveland, cotton man, and W. S. Farish, presi- dent of the Humble Oil Company, who spoke Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day nights, respectively. Lynch Davidson, lieutenant gov- ernor of Texas and president of the Lynbh Davidson & Company of Hous- ton, delivered the first of the series of "vocational talks" in the Commons Tuesday night. His subject was "Lumber." The romance and fascination con- nected with the lumber industry were especially stressed by Mr. Davidson. "If it's easy money that you want," he stated, "stay out of ...

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

THE THRESHER :*H0 US TON. TEXAS <3 THE THRESHER A w*My BxwntxpM ynMMmd by <tu- <tent< of Rte* si Houston. TSMS. Enterad M tcond ohm nuttwr October W. me. <t the poo topics tn Homton. TMtM. aa- der ths Mt of Mturxh !. tWS. M.QO pay Yw. SOc par Copy Tt)M*h'r OUt* Roam M4 A. H. THRKSHM STAFF M! !! W. M tHrtinz. S)4 ...EdttaMn-CMof J. C. Rittar. M Bu.ine.< M<tnattar R. S. Btckford. M Manatttnn Rdttor Kdttortat Meptrtmunt Sybitmarta Denni.tun, 'Z4. . . .AaaMbHe Editor Huford Goodwin. '23 New. Ed tor Data Shepherd. '25 Asst. New. Editor Hyman Picnn. '26 Asat. New. Editor E. O. Arnoid. '24 Sporta Editor Mary Mackenzie, ZS Society Editor HaaeiCannan, '25 Hoot* Editor J. H. Hughe.. '29 Exchange Editor Sarah Lane, '19 Ex-Studea Editor Jaek Gienn. '25 Cartoon Editor Bwaine.. Department R. H. Hannan Circuiatton Manager J. A. Mryden Advertising H. V. Logsdun Advertising Repmrtortat BtaK. Spwia): J. S. Hurnhuekte, Fannie Bess Emoir. Margaret Turnbut). Lind^ey Biayney Roy MtMo...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS aM'' SB ''W Hi R-'l'/i - t'*3 . i H"' The enjoyed week De LaMotta gram on Hiboux. the French Club format meeting last Misses Sadie and tta Bpwn. The regu!ar pro- Rhehs was postponed until the next meetitg. Although there is no Hallowe'en celebration observed in France, the attosphere of Hallowe'en prevailed in tb decorations, contests and games. Dtring the evening a de- licious salad curse was served. Ev- ery one felt thit besides being an en- joyable one, th evening had been in- strnstiveas veil, since they were given an oppotunity to iearn many practical Frencl terms during the con- versation. Miss Fay Bttes was a visitor at Rice Saturday. Luciu: Lama- spent iast week-end in Houston, laving come up from Austin tc see the game. Nepos Hariai and Edwin Lunn, students at Gdveston Medical Col lege, were visita-s in the cloisters Sat- urday. Hostesses at he open house in the Autry House o) Sunday, November 12, wiit be the grls of the Rice Y. W. C. A. Music...

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

T HE THRZ SHBB :: HOU STO H. TBI A* FLASHES FROM THE TEXAS GAME ^ A %iis. UPPER LEFT—Wilford heads Eckhardt toward the aide lines. UPPER R!CHT—That had Texas band, and them bad Texas panchera. CENTER LEFT—WUford goes through. LOWER LEFT—The on!y way to atop Swartz: keep him oR the ground. !N8ERT—Swartz is carried oC after 20- yard run. Puzzle, Hnd victim. —Photos: Bessie Smith —Pane!: JackGienn RICE ELEVEN TO FACE ARKANSAS TEAM SATURDAY RAZORBACKS Their weights, numbers worn and years experience No. Wt. Vrs. CT. Smith, guard 1 188 3 . 2 168 3 . 3 166 3 Wm. Fuihright. haif . 4 160 1 . 5 152 2 . 6 176 1 . 7 166 1 8 166 1 165 2 10 165 3 W. (<. McCuMough, half Ai* 171 3 15 140 1 .16 145 2 .17 142 2 Philip Sims, end 19 140 1 Price MoRitt. guard 20 194 1 Rex Kiihurn. ha!f 21 150 22 164 .23 165 1 .24 158 1 .25 194 1 .26 162 1 P. Smith, ccntfr .27 168 1 Numbers not worn: 12. 13, 14 snd 18. For the first time this season when a conference game was on deck, Hous- ton sport fans, including ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 November 1922

A. 3c M. BOUND, OWLS! CATCH THAT SPECIAL! VOLUME VIH MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 17, 1922 NUMBER 10 Track and Baseball Pictures Mostly Desired. GOOD GRID SECTION Stress Being Laid on Group Snap Shots. < Due to the fact that unfortunate misunderstandings arising in the pre- liminary work of The Campaniie '23 have resulted, among other things, in the loss of some $15 worth of photographs, the athletic section of the yearbook is in danger of a de- plorable shortage of material, ac- cording to an announcement by Editor John S. Hombuckle. It has been the custom in past years for Campaniles to be retroactive in recording baseball and tract activities; for instance, the Campanile '22 re- corded baseball and track of 1921. This means that Hombuckle is having to work up a review of the two sports as they were last spring, for publica- tion, next spring. It also means that inasmuch as he was not editor when the track and baseball seasons were on, he did not collect photographs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 November 1922

a THE THRESHER Eaterad M !9t!. <tt th* derthiMt M. M.M par Your. Ms p*r Copy Thwstw <K*<a !M A. H. THMtSHKR STAFF i'M M W. M Dtrttm. 'S4 .Edttor^n-ChM J. C. Rttt*r. 'M Butta-t M<gwr B. S. Bickford. M Mtnuing Editor H*p*rtm*nt Sybitnmria Dennioton. 'Z4....AMoct*t< Buford Coodvtn. W ......New# Uate Shepherd, !6 Ant. New< Hym.n Ptenn. M A..t, New. B. O. Arnutd. M Mary Mackenzie. '2S Society Hate) Cannan. '26 ..Hoota J. H. Hughes. '23 .Eichanze Sarah Lane. '19 E*-Studea Jack Gienn. 25 Cartoon Editor Buaineaa Department K. H. Hannan Circulation Manager J. A. Urydea AdvertieinE K. V. Lugsdon Advertising Beportoriai Staff. H;ni'iai: J. S. Hornbuckte. Fannie Bess Emory, Margaret Tumbuii. t.inthey Miayncy Roy McMortray J. i.. Moore V. T. McLaughtin (' H. Kliiott Kiizabeth Harrison THE BAND LEADERSHIP. it in reported that there is agita- tion among members of the band for a leader from Houston, now that Di- rector Supple has withdrawn from the Institute. The Thresher does no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 November 1922

T HE THBE 8HEB :: HOU STO N, T EX A S ri ! ^ DUMB BUT WILLING OR FROM BOOTBLACK TO BOOTLEGGER FAo ! ' StMMfhh. ftced tad of H, with his widowed mother in the Mttie " ?. A.. ?owier. jAek^._ . iivinK with hit widowed mother in the Mttie vitiate of WhereMt. Wimtonein. U. 8. A., and o auitor for the hand of Row Fowier. in anxiom to huiid Hp hie fortune. He i* awaiting the arrivai of an apparency im- portent tetter. Jack in worried by an im- pending mortgage heid by Squire Tempie. and by the unwelcome attention)) paid to Roea by Horace Tempie, who is Squire Tem- Jack'a proexeete are brightened by his ac- quaintance with John Harweii. undertaker, of Kaiamazoo. whom, with others, he saves from a terribie railroad accident. Soon after. Jack ieaves for the city, where he faiis in with Dick Taibot, who swindles him out of a meai. After unsuccessfui attempts to Hnd work. Jack is empioyed as companion to Josiah GarHeid, miiiionaire. To his consternation he Hnds that Dick Taibot is Josiah's neph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 November 1922

HOUSTO N, TEXAS i^soc WIER-JARVIS WEDDING A wedding of extreme interest to Rice students took place Tuesday afternoon at Ave o'clock at Christ Church, when Miss Mary Clark Wier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charies B. Wier, and Dudley Crawford Jarvis, son of Mrs. R. Jarvis of Terrei!, were married. Reverend Peter Gray Sears performed the ceremony. Misses Kathryn Waugh and Louise Moore played the wedding music. Mrs. NeiH T. Masterson was matron of honor and Miss Roberta John, maid of honor. Miss Katherine Jarvis of TerreH, Miss Corienne Clark and Miss Elizabeth Masterson were brides maids. Volney J. Rose served the Kroom as best man and Roskin Kennedy, Charles Emmett Eliot and Ward Ford were groomsmen. The ushers were Fred Froley and Gaylord Johnson. After the wedding the bridal party and the college friends of the bride and groom were entertained at the bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis left on the evening train for New Orleans, and after a short stay there will be at tiomeinOakhurst. F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 November 1922

" THB THBE SHE R :: HOU STO N. TBI A S WORLD TOPICS ARE DISCUSSED BY MARCOSSON Rice students and faculty Monday night enjoyed the hospitality of the Kiwanis ciub when Isaac F. Mar- cosson, renowned author-journalist- traveier, presented world situations of today from the standpoint of an interviewer of personages. Marcos- son gave the clue to his own career as the world's greatest interviewer when he said: "The greatest interest in life lies in human beings and per- sonalities, and its stories are best told in terms of characters." Following this line, Marcosson de- clared that the greatest character of the past 20 years was John Hays, now dead; that the most extraordinary man aiive today is Lloyd George; that General Smuts, premier of the British Union of South Africa, has the most apparent possibilities for development into the world's leading statesman; that Hugo Stinnes, the German finan- cier, is the most extraordinary figure in the business worid today; and that. Dr. Sun Yat S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 November 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE MCE OWLS WIN CONFERENCE GAME; DEFEAT ARKANSAS -3- Rice Eleven Exhibits a Powerful Offense-Razorbacks Score in Third Quarter -0- Fiaahing a powerfui, we!! directed offense, the Hghting Owts gained their first Conference victory by defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks, 3! to 7, on Rice Fietd Armistice Day. The iarge score has increased the Ow! backing for the A. & M. game and is decidedly indicative of a wonderful machine de- vefoped from tight inexperienced piayers by Coach Phii Arbuckie. The game was played in a sea of mud over which a bracing wind and bright sunshine piayed a game of their own. The mud smeared itseif in comicai fashion over aii the pfayers, but did not cause any great amount of fumbies such as usuatiy charac- terize a game pfayed on a wet fietd. Throughout the game Rice made a totai of 22 first downs while Arkansas Knined7. This, in genera!, indicates the respective ground-gaining merits of the two cicvens. For oniy a few minutes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 November 1922

& ..'A AT AUTRY HOUSE TONITE DRAMATIC CLUB PLAYS VOLUME VHI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 24, 1922 NUMBER 11 FRESHMEN PRESIDENT FAILS TO APPEAR IN TIME FOR GRAND MARCH S!ime BaH An Event to Be Remembered Inefficiency in Manage- ment Causes Many Unpleasant Factors. The annua) slime bat! came olT in great style last Monday night at the Rice Hotel. Marred only by a few little things like inefficient refreshment dispen- sing, a checkroom riot, and the pres- ence of a large number of downtown intruders who brought their own re- freshments, the affair was generally conceded a huge success. Many minutes before the dance started, all interest centered around Jack Hopkins, Freshman President, who had made a successful escape the night before and was then on his way to the hotel to lead the grand march. Plots and counter-plots made the air heavy. Freshmen were rushing around, arranging the hall and at the same time making preparations for smuggling their leader in. While a grou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 November 1922

2 THE THRESHER :: HO US TON. T EXAB THE THRESHER Entered M <#oond c)*M nntt#r October H. !9M. <t th< pctotTicc ta Hontton. Tem. nn- der th< Mt at M*reh H79. M M p*r Yw. Me pw Copy Thr##h<f OSit#—Koam H* A. 8 THRESHER STAFF MM" W. M. DtrHnz. '24 Editor-in-Chtef J. C. Bitter. Z! BminaM Mtntzar R. S. Bickford. '2S Mtnaztng Editor MttarM D<p*rtm*nt Sybitmarie Dennitton, '24.... Aat*net<ste Buford Goodwin. '23 Newt Date Shepherd. '25 As't. Newa Hyman Ptenn, '26 Awt. News E. 0. Arnold. '24 Sport* Mary Mackenzie. '33 Society Haze) Cannan. '26 Hoots J. H. Hughes. '23 Exchange Sarah Lane. '19 Ex-Studes Jack Gtenn, '26 Cartoon Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor BMw Editor Editor Editor Editor Bminwa Department B. H. Hannan Circulation Manager J. A. Drydon Advertising R. V. Logsdon Advertising Heportorial Staff. Special: J. S. Hornhuckle, Fannie Bess Hmttry. Margaret Turnbuil. LindseyUlayncy RuyMcMurtray J. 1.. Moore V. T. Mei.augh!in C. E. Etliott Etixabeth Harrison THE S...

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

r'' ' THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTO N, TEXAS 3 bSOC Les Hibeaux. A most enjoyable meeting of the French Club was held last week at the Autry House. An interesting pro- gram on Rheims was given. Mtss Sadie Brown read a paper on the church of Saint Remis and Miss Maud Stockhard gave an interesting talk on the Cathedra! of Rheims. Dr. Heard brought a coiiection of pictures which were taken of Rheims during the war. After the regular program amusing contests and games were played. Dur- ing the evening a delicious saiad course was served. The next meeting of the French Ciub wii] be he!d Tuesday, November 28, at the home of Miss Andre Falli- gant, 4405 Main Street. Dr. Heard wiit talk of her experiences and work in France during the war. It is de- sired that as many Members as pos- sib!e be present. P. A. L. S. Miss Muriei Sherwood gave an ac- count of John Galsworthy's "Beyond" at a meeting of the Pallas Athene Literary Society at the Autry House Tuesday. An open discussion fol- lowed. Plans w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 November 1922

iiag THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS SENIOR'S SOU LO QUY By George WUHama What's in a name? Very much in- deed, for the name SENIOR has already set me to regarding the Rice Institute with a sort of retrospective and, to my own amazement even, in- dulgent attitude. The things that I thought matchlessly important a year ago, I And myseif likely to forget this year; and the things that aroused my disgust when I was a junior, I wink at and condone today. Nothing mat- ters. If a freshman chooses to walk on the grass, I cannot be worried; if a sophomore insists that he is im- portant, I refuse to trouble myself; if an instructor waxes warm on the necessity of my doing my work, I drop his course. Why should I let any one, freshman, sophomore, or in- structor, prevent me from obtaining a college education? Life is too short to be spent in worrying over trivial- ities. And I have found few things in the Little World on the Boulevard which, seen through the eyes of a man soon to be B. A., are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 November 1922

', ,J ^ ' t,'M!f.^ , 'J r; ' ;% *,"' .^., ^..:„i,.„ ' " . ^ ALUMNI ' NUMBER VOLUME VH! RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 30. 1922 NUMBER 12 Decennia! Anniversary for the R!ce institute ATHACTtVE Hundreds of Graduates Return to Celebrate The Occasion Re-union of Rice alumni from '16 through '22, and celebration of the decennial of the university, wi)l com- bine to lend import to this Thanks- giving day. The presence of President John Grier Hibben of Princeton University, with his wife, wili serve to intensify the spirit of the occasion. Dr. Hibben wit) deliver the decennial address in connection with Thanksgiving ser- vices at the city auditorium this morn- ing. Re-Union Events Hundreds of graduates are expected to be present at the re-union events. The most important gathering of the day will be at Rice Commons at 7:30 p. m., for the trustees' reception, which witl be a prelude for the annual alumni entertainment. This wili take (he form of a theatrical performance at Autry H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 November 1922

2 THE THRESHER A wttMy new*MP*r puM!*M by tho <tu- d.at§ at Rtc hutitut* Houotan, Texm. detthtMt October M Homtton, Tmun. un !. M79. P^r Ywf. !0a per Copy Thwher Mito—R*om tM A. B THRESHER STAFF !M:-!S V. M. DarHnz. a* Editur-tn-Chief J. C. Ritttr. S! RuxinetM Monagw R. 8. Bickford. M Manaaint: Edttor Mtt.ri.) Department Sybitmarte Cennteton. !4. Aatocfate Editor Buford Goodwin. 33 New. Editor Date Shepherd. '25 Asxt. Nttwo Editor Hyman Fienn, M Asst. New. Editor E. O. Arnoid. '24 Sports Editor Mary Mackenzie M Swtety Editor Hate) Can nan, M Hoots Editor J. H. Hughe-. 'ZS Exchaneo Editor Sarah Lane. '10 Ex-Btudes Editor Jack Gienn. '2t Cartoon Editor Business Department R. H. Hannan Circulation Manager J. A. Drytien Advertising K. V. Lunsdon Advertising Reportortai Staff. Specia): J. S. Hornbuckte. Fannie Bees Emory'. Margaret Turnbuii. i.itidsey Biayney Roy McMortray J. L. Moore V. T. Me[.angh)in C. E. Etiiott Eiixabetb Harrison OUH THANKS On the decennial of the founding of thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 November 1922

n !rm cum or ww , The daw directory givea you the moat recent news we cou!d obtain. If you know anything more recent please report it to the Registrar's Office. The names are those listed as seniors in the 1916 campanile. David Ball is in the law office with his father, here in Houston. Bessie W. Bankhead, W. 1020 E Dennyway, Seattle, Washington, Us teacher of French and Spanish in the Broadway High School. Harry Marshal! Bullrook is chemist and Director of Chemical department of Terrell's Laboratories, Ft. Worth. He is also city chemist. James Lee Bramlette, 308 Fox Apts., Houston, iB chemist with the Crown Oil and Refining Co. Waliace Perrin C)yee is associated with R. M. Rolfe Eth floor of M. & P. Bank Bldg., Sherman, Texas. Ivan Clede is studying sculpture at the Beauxarts School of sculpture in New York. He works as draftsman in the day time and recently has been given a new and better position. Robert Emmett Cummings is as- sistant Professor of Military science and Tactics...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 November 1922

TIKE T HBE SHB R HOC STO N, TZXA S FOOTBALL BasketbaH RICE SPORTS TRACK BASEBALL THE )<UJ OWL SQUA!) FOOTBALL WARRIORS SCRAPPERS (By Philip H. Arbuckle) By actual demonstration, we are expecting to present for your approv- al on this ThanksgivinH Day, a fight- ing fuotbaH team—one that up to the present time has not heeded pounds or touchdowns but one that has "scrapped" through to the end. You wit) note that interest in our games on the part of the genera] public has great);* increased, for even during this season, that in some re- spects has proved a disappointment, we have not always been able to care for uur patrons satisfactorily. Our great work, however, ties in the future, for better teams mean greater interest as the game of footbatl has undoubt- edly poputarixed itself, far more than even the most radical fan of a few years back thought possible. The dedi- cation of some stadium seating from forty to seventy thousand has been atmost a weekly event during the early season...

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