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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 November 1922

THE THR ES HBB :: HOUBTON, AMtZONA ELEVEN BackHeM: McMHtan. (itOHand. (Japtatn Hobtx. Brodwtclt. Una: McCtettan. Ctark. Puett. Wttten. Barktey. La ShaHa. Jaeobton MCE PLAYS !M UST GAME Wildcat Eleven, Speedy and Aggressive Team; The Owls, a Fighting Foot- ball Machine FtVE MCE OWLS Held scoreless in only one game out of seven this season, the University of Arizona "Wildcat" eleven comes to Rice field this afternoon with the promise of displaying a fighting of- fensive that wilt be hard to stop. Coach McKale's men have rolled up 103 points, and have been scored upon to the extent of 35 points. They have won five of their games, losing to the University of Southern California 17 to O, and to the University of Santa Clara*8to7. Candidates for today's line-up are Jacobson, McCleiland, Thomas, and Van Deusen, ends; Clark and La- Shetle, tackles; Puitt and Barkley, guards; Whitten, center; Gilland and McClelland, halfbacks; and Hobbs, fullback. The Arizona offense will probably revolve ab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 November 1922

.. L._ T HE THRESHER :: H OUSTON. TEXAS The Woman's Oouqcit began work this term by the election of Min Mary Shackiett a* member at targe, and Miaa France! AUuma aa the frethman representative. Miaa Janice Thibodeaax waa elected by the girla of the Senior Class as one of the Senior members, on account of the resignation of Miss EHen Farrar. The following officers have been elected: President, Miss Ruby King; Secretary, Miss Mary Shackiett, and Treasurer, Miss Sybil Marie Deniston. The annua) stunt party was given Oct. 10, 1922. Each of the girls' clubs participated in the party, put ting over in great style very original and interesting stunts. Between acts, the girls, both new and old were served refreshments in cafeteria fash- ion. At a mass meeting of the girts called for the Woman's Council, Dr. Caldwell introduced Miss Corinne Fonde. director for the Houston Re- creation, who spoke about a girl scout training course which the Council had hopes of offering, and which had the app...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 December 1922

. [--:'%? s* (( ',a^r---N "-'-Tj ''.^M !6^<-*-, < ' ,t', # ' ^ ^ :' i'. ' .''' < #§S'w s . 3 -' .^9 'f^S&ig)!, '-'"'. -yn - VOLUME VHI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 8, 1922 NUMBER 13 TENTH ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED BY RICE THANKSGIVING DAY w Dr. John Grier Hibben, of Princeton University, Deiivers the Decennial Address IS)— Rice Institute's tenth anniversary was observed in the Houston city auditorium at 10:30 a. m. Thanksgiving day. John Grier Hibben, president of the University of Princeton, deiivered the address of the day. Canceiiation of a part of the European war debt to the United States was urged by Dr. Hibben. "We have become," the speaker declared, "as a result of the war, a creditor instead of a debtor nation as we were before the great struggle. France and England owe the United States large sums of money. But the other nations of Europe owe to France and England even greater sums than those two countries owe the United States. "The people of Europe ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 December 1922

THE THBE8H BR :: HOUS TON. TBI AS THE THRESHER s%:' M. M M pw Yw. Ma p*r Copy ThMthM OK(w H*Mn H4 A. a ^ THHMHKK STAFF MM M y :. :. R. 8. BteMord. M M^tustng 1BMK Mttort*) D^Mrtmmt SybUm.rto D#ani<ton. Editor Buford Goodwin. M N*w< Editor Hymtn Fienn. '!! Amt Newt Editor Men Mitcheii. M Sport# Editor Mtry MMkencie. M Society Editor H<wt C<nnsn. '25 Hoot* Editor 8<tr*h Lane. '!9 Ex-8tude< Editor J<tcit Gtenn, M Cartoon Editor Butinen Department R. H. Hannan Circulation Manaper J. A. Dryden Advertieins R. V. LoKsdon Advertieinz Reporteriai Staff. Speuiu): Mttry Conine Ford W.R. Simpson J.L.Moore ALLEGIANCE Now that this years football season has come to an end, the Thresher feels that it can with propriety trans fer its allegiance from the Owls of 1922 to the Owls of 1923—that as v<?t unorganized eleven which will represent the Blue and Gray in pig skin circles next fall. Of the varsity squad only six vetc rans, including four letter men, will fail to report ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 December 1922

!§!{^§rW "He awearo that he'!! never pass Boy*." "Gee! thats enough to make anyone swear!" First Stude: "Think I'M have to write to Dad for an increase in my aiiowance." Second Stude: "How's that"" First stude: "Since my girl's started smokin, I never even have car-fare." Our idea of a far-seeing man: The guy who manages to break up with Ma giri unti! after Christmas. Time Out. He: "Piease kiss me good-nite." She: "Havent time; I have an 8:30 ciass tomorrow." Doc: "Wake that feiiow next to you, piease." Student: "Aw, do it yourseif, you put him to sieep." Down One! Senior (inquiringiy): "Are you going to the dance Saturday nite?" Co-ed (Eageriy): "Not yet." Senior (N onchaientiy): "N either am I." TMC YEU. LEADER CAHS FOR. A ^WHtSTLE-BOOM-^w" "T THE DINNER T^BLE. These Foreign AtMetes! Fair One: "Bert they toid me that you were a poio vaulter"" Ath!ete: "And so I am." Fair One: "But you speak Engiish perfectly!" A Perfect Gentleman "Did you hear the story about the home of miik?" "N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 December 1922

THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS ['' '*' tr& ^ /-. ' - saa s& (Contiovad from Pw 1) nizing oar international obiigation in the early years oi the world war, and -^i!) to apeak, but at the beginning of 1917 the the people wan raised in no uneertaut aum.j, .-ttino. its young men to the great adventure of service and sacrifice. And so 1 have faith that again, before it is too iate, America wii! recognize the way of duty, and fotlow it in the tradition- al spirit of fortitude and integrity of purpose which is our birthright and immemorial possession. So may we guard our hoiy heritage." in presenting his topic, Pr. Hibben dwelt briefiy on the rapid progress which Rice has shown during its ten years of existence "The organization of the machinery of such an institution as the Rice In- stitute", the overcoming of initiai difficuities, securing a faculty ade- nuate to its tasks, estabtishing a high standard of schoiarship and creating a spirit of unity and !oyaity in the undergraduat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1922

''K'' VOLUME vm .. MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 15. 1922 NUMBER 14 MMMHHTK To Promote Construc- tive Work and Inter- est in Chemistry. With its organization complete, its major by-laws established and initial meetings heid, the Rice Chemical Soc- iety, newly formed ciub of Rice senior and graduate students in chemistry, plans to begin constructive work with the opening of schooi for the winter term. Promotion of interest in chem- istry at Rice and in the chemical field at large is the object of the soc- iety, to be carried out in programs during the remainder of the year. Officers of the society are: Joseph L. Gillman, president; E. E. Dunlay, vice-president; Alan Bloxsom, secre- tary. Committees have been appoint- ed as follows: Constitution, C. F. Doehring, J. L. E. Erickson, J. F. Cook, Program, G. R. Walton, N. W. Weils, Thomas W. Moore. Finances, G. W. Woods, Frank P. Brogniez, Alan Bloxsom, Gaylord Johnson. Membeship is iimited to senior or graduate chemists or chem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1922

! THE THRESHER dent* of ZntaMd <M <wmd cl<m taattor Octobv M. HM. at the pMtaHfw in Homton. TMM. aa- J-t M<* MH O! M<roa $. MHO. M OO pw Y*ar. !0t per Copy Tttreotmr OKice—H«Ma tMA-B- THRESHER STAFF M!MS W. M D.rHnt. M Editor-fn^ihtof J. C. Bttt#r, 'M Buetnexe Maatw^ B. S. Htcitford. M Manturias Editor EdttorM Department SybUmarte Dennteton. '24 Aeeoeiate Buford Ooodwin. '!! Newe Myman Pienn. '26 A Hat. News HenMitcheH. '25 Sports Mary Mackenzie. '23 Society Hate) Cannan. '25 Hoot* Sarah Lane, '19 Ex-Studea Jack Gtenn, 25 Cartoon Baetneea Department R. H. Hannan Circulation Manager J. A. Dryden Advertiung R. V. Loesdon AdvertieinK Repmrtoriai Staff. TALK RICE AT HOME Once again the Thresher calls at- tention to the fact that the-character of Rite athletic teams for the next few years witt depend almost entirety on the elforts of the student body. The need for a constant inf!ux of athtetif materia) was never better demonstra- ted titan in the ease of the 1922 foot- hal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1922

93pm THE THRESHER :: HO US TON, TEXAS 3 A ChrhttHMMt Dance has been an- nounced by the Gatveaton Rice C!ub to be hetd in Gatveaton during the hoiidayt). The Houston Rice Club is a patron of the dance and the president of the Houston Rice Ciub wii! attend as Houston's delegate. Lovett—Baker Invitations have been received as foiiows: "Mr. and Mrs. Edgar OdeH L-vett request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Adelaide to Mr. Waiter Browne Baker Saturday, December the twenty-third One thousand nine hunder and twenty-two At haif after eight o'ciock In the Facuity Chamber of the Rice Institute Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Browne Baker wiit be at home after the first of Feb- ruary, Houston, Texas. A cap similar in shape to those worn by saiiors, tailored in the colors of the school wii! distinguish members of the Freshman class in the future, it was decided at a meeting of the "Yearlings" recently. —Brigham Young University. The Missouri Valley Conference re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1922

T HE THBE SHE H :: HOC STO N. T H X AS TlmRxsztBoOhaMMts NOW BO, we want to HAVE A TALF of the subject of COLLEGIATE STYLES. WEDONTruaa CLOTHING STORE and we don't want TO MAKE YOU A JELLY BEAN but IF YOU WILL observe carefully YOU WILL SEE that aH the boys DON'T STILL WEAR those high water PANTS. THE USED TO WEAR THEM AT HOME BUT they were afraid of a hard rain AND that made it aH right. IF YOU HAVE iost your coiiar but- ton THEN YOU ARE ENTITLED to wear these THICK PINS under your ties. MAYBE YOU THINK that a pressed suitia A BEAN'S UNIFORM but generally it looks PRETTY GOOD unless it comes under A FIFTH - WARD CHILI - BOWL HAIRCUT. A POINTED SHOE looks good on a June BUT MEN QUIT wearing them THREE YEARS ACO. THE LIBERTY COLLAR was up tc date ABOUT THE SAME TIME a.ut was even WORN WITH A TUXEDO in a pinch, but CLUETT PEABODY HAVE NOT SHUT DOWN AND they make several new styte net'k pieces. l i!K COST IS THE SAME but it takes \ KEEK EYE to see when you are a t-OUL BALL in thedresin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 January 1923

f'f!! fit:' njgCMnniinw- VOLUME vm MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 12, 1923 NUMBER 15 FIRST OF EXTENSION LECTURE PROGRAM Matthew-Arnold and Doctrine of Critical Writing The first oi a series of lectures commemorating the anniversaries of the births or deaths of great scholars, writers, scientists, and painters was deiivered Sunday by Dr. Stockton Axson, Litt. D., L. H. D., Li. D., Professor of English Literature. His subject was "Matthew Arnold and English Literature." He wiii be foliowed Sunday by Pro- fessor Albert Leon Guerard, professor of French, who wiii lecture on "Mol- iere and the French Drama." Four- teen subsequent lectures, delivered by specialists in the fields of physics, his- tory, architecture, biology, literature, law, chemistry, economics, engineer- ing, archaeology, and art, will be given through a period ending April 29. Dr. Axson's lecture, inspired to some extent by the hundredth anni- versary of Arnold's birth, which oc- curred on Dec. 24, also supporte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 January 1923

2 THE THRESHER A w*M* newm*)** pubMthad by th< <tu- dtat* of Rie# tMtitut* tt Hotntoa. T*x<M. Bnt*rtd M <#cond ctw m*tt*r Octobar H. MM. th' po<tofHc« [a Houston, TMM. un- der tb< Mt of Morch ! WS. M M p#r Yw. M< per Cow Thr#*h<r OWtM EM* M4 A. B ^ THRESHER STAFF MM-M W. M. DMitw. M Edttor-tn-Chit* J. C. Rittar. 'Z8 ButinaM ManMt#r R. a. BicMord. M M-nninz Edttor ElMtda! Dtp^rlm.nt Sybitmarie Dennitton. Z4 Anticttta Editor Buford Goodwin. '23 Newa Editor Hytnun Pienn. '26 Awt. Newt Editor Ben Mitcheit, '25 Sporta Editor Mary Mackenzie. '23 8oeiety Ed tor Hazei Cannan, '25 Hoota Editor J. H. Hughm. '23 Exehange Editor Sarah Lane. 19 Ex-Studea Editor Jack Gienn. '26 Cartoon Editor J. t.. Moure. '25 t'eature Editor BM'tneaa Department R. H. Hannan Circuiation Manager J. A. Dryden Advertising R. V. Logadon Advertising Reportortai Staff. SKAPPY NEW YEAR. \\*is(inni from the mouths of babes is no new experience in this world of ours. Here is a tetter from two of ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 January 1923

THE THR ESHER :: HOUSTON, TE XA Frieda Hempei, world famous <o- prano, who h to appear in concert in Houeton on February 10, wiH hold an informs) reception for Bice students at the Autry Houae at 4:30 p. m., Feb- ruary 9, according to announcement made by Frank Goos, Rice repreaenta- tive for Mra. Edna Saundera, under whoae auapicea Hempei ia to sing. Complete piana for the reception have not yet been made. It is under- stood, however, that aii Rice students are invited. Hempei wi!! probabiy visit the In- stitute. It is said that severai girls' ciubs are pianning to entertain her. You wiH save Money by using A iittie of that old Bargain Instinct * When' You Can Buy A-l Stuff (Don't Get Uneasy.) With a Straight 25 per cent Reduction At a * Store That Does Not Mark Its Goods Up 50 per cent when Putting on A Sale Like Abe Zindier Might Do. (We don't know.) Now You Can Do This at W. C. Munn's, The Big Store. Also At Mr. Sakowitz's Where Handsome Bert works (?) Or At Shotweii*8 (Reiia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 January 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUS TON, TEXAS MCE MEETS GULFERS IN OPENING GAME OF BASKET BALL SEASON The Rice Quintet for 1923, in their initial game of the season made a valiant and determined if unsuccess- ful attempt to down the more ex- perienced team representing the Gu!f Production Company. The game was played on the local "Y" courts Fri- day night before a large crowd of rooters. The Anal score of 26-20 gives some idea of the closeness of the con- test. Had the game ended a minute or two sooner the margin of victory would have been a bare two points, the last four points coming in rapid succession at the close ,pf the game. Prospects for a successful season on the basket ball courts were con- siderably brighter after last Friday night's performance. With three let- ter men back, Coleman, Willis and Swartz and a wealth of sophomore ma- terial, Coach Arbuckle has sufficient material to maintain a sustained of- fensive in both halves of the game, a quality in which past Rice basket bat! team...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1923

TH&THRE8HER VOLUME VIII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 19. 1923 NUMBER 16 BMMTK tUH TC B!VE HAY! F!t! THE WMIER TEM Performances To Be Given Nights of Feb. 7 and 8 PORTRAYAL OF THREE RACES O'Neil's "The Dreamy Kid" Heads The BH1 Three races—the white, Mack and brown—figure in the casts of the win- ter term production of the Rice Dra- matic Ciub, scheduled for February 7 and 8. The serious elements of the biii have been assigned to the colored races; the farcical element will be contributed by the white. Eugene O'Neill's "The Dreamy Kid," will headline the winter offering. O'Neill, who is probably the leading dramatist of the day, has built up a reputation for realistic one-act dramas, whose characters, generally taken from the rougher phases of life, live and talk with startling real- ism. In "The Dreamy Kid" he has turned his talents toward the negro race—particularly, towards its repre- sentatives who have drifted north- ward, and become, to some extent, amalgamated w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1923

THS THKESHBX ti HO CST 0!). Tax AS THE THRESHER at tho d*r th< Mt W. M M por Yoor. 10c por Cow TtuMMhw OHb*—H*a* A. B. THBEBHBR WAFF MM M W. M. DarUna. M .Edttor-tn-Chief J. C. Btttw. ButiMM R. S. Btckford. '33 Man-txing BdAor Edttari*) D*p*ftm*nt SybHmnrta Dannhton. 'M.... Awoettto Editor Buford Goodwin. 'M New* Editor Hym<tn Pieon, M A**t. Newt Editor Ben Mitehe)). Zt Sports Editor Mary Mtckentie. '23 Society Editor Hatat Canaan. '25 Hoots Editor J. H. Hughes, '23 Exchange Editor Sarah Lane. 'IB Ex-Studea Editor Jack Gienn. '25 Cartoon Editor J. L. Moore. '25 Feature Editor Busintm Department B. V. Logsdon Ass't Business Mgr. R. H. Hannan Circuiation Mgr. Reportoria! StaS. Lindsay Biayney W. R. Simpson. THAT DAMN "Y" No, the tittle tit!e is not new. It's been copyrighted long ago. That does'nt keep the rest of us from using it, however. As a matter of fact, it was once used quite a bit; we can remember when it was used around this campus. The "M" in Y. M. C. A., doesn't stan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1923

THH THRESH ER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS <' '1 [ Univerdty af Te coach for all wporta is poaai of the Athletic University. Under . William J. Disch would ! for the Institution. latest pro- made coach University of Texas.-^With the ex- pectation of having hjs manuscript in the hands of the printers early this month, Warner E. Bettys, adjunct professor of sociology in the Univer- sity of Texas, is nearilg the compie- tion of a book, the subject of which is a study of the social effects of environment as contracted with those of heredity. From (he years 1915 to 1921 Mr. Gettys fas engaged in coiiecting his materia]! having selected for his close observation a group of degenerates located in the State of Ohio. Washington State College. — A winter sports carnival will be in vogue here if the present plans of the Boost- ers committee are carried out. These sports will include skating, coasting, ice hockey and tobogganing matches. Washington State college is one of the few colleges on tlte coast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 January 1923

THE THRESH EE :: H OUSTOM, TEXAS MH SuppSft OKLAHOMA FIVE WINS FAST GAME FROM RICE OWLS Owl Basketera Unable to Overcome Lead of Aggies in Last The Oktahoma Aggies' basketball team demonstrated quite clearly that a team may be down but not out by defeating the Owls in the second game of their series at the "Y" Thursday, January 11. The Oklahoma team showed great improvement in team work and their accuracy at goal shooting consider- ably improved. Rice on the other hand slumped badly and was complete- ly outplayed. The Owls fought con- sistently and hard but the clever floor work of the Aggies was very discon- certing. The game started oiT as though it would be all Rice's and in a few minutes the score stood 12 to 2 but here the defense stipped up and i)ean of the Aggies slipped enough goals in to give A. and M. the lead at the end of the half. The score at the half was Rice 13, A. and M. 15. In the second half the Owls came back strong but the Aggies would not be denied and by tenac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 January 1923

VOLUME VHI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 26, 1923 NUMBER 17 Many Crowd Into Amphitheatre to Hear Lecture Dr. WHson Spoke Subject Was "Relativ- ity" From Copernicus To Einstein An audience that filled the seats and the aisles and overflowed into the entrance of the Physics amphi- theatre iast Sunday afternoon dis- covered with the same ingenuous de- light that characterized Moiiere's Bourgeois Gentiihomme (when it was revealed to him that he had been talk- ing prose all his iife) that it had been practising Relativity aH its iife with- out realizing it. The occasion was the third of the series of sixteen Sun- day afternooYi lectures constituting part of the Rice Institute decenniel program, and the lecturer, Dr. Harold Albert Wilson, professor of Physics in Rice Institute chose for his subject "Reiativity from Copernicus to Ein- stein." "If a man, falling from the twent- ieth story of a building", said Dr. Wilson, and taking out his watch at the fifteenth story in order to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 January 1923

2 THE THRESHER A w*My ntwtptpor pubttahed by tha atu- daota o( Rio* tnatituta at Hou'ton, TmtM. Entered aa aaeoad ciaaa mattar Oetobat iT. )9M. at tha poato^Hea in Houaton. Texaa. un- der the net of March ! M M Yaar, 10c per Copy Thrtthtr OCtca—Ream 104 A. B- THRMHRR STAFF MM M W. M. DarHns. M Editor-in-Chief J. C. Rittar. M Buainaaa Managar R. S. BicMord. M Manasins Editor Editor) a] Bapartmaot Sybttmarta Panniaton, '24 Anoctate Buford Goodwin. M Newn Hyman Fienn. M A.at. Newt Bon Mitehetl. '25 Sporta M*ry Mackenzie, M Society Haaet Cannan. 'M Hoota Editor J. H. Hughes. '23 Exchange Editor Sarah Lane. '10 Ex-Studes Editor Jack Gienn. 25 Cartoon Editor J. L. Moore. '25 Feature Editor Buainaaa Department R. V. Logadon Asu't Business Mgr. R. H. Httnnan Circutation Mgr. Reportortai StaC. Lindsay Biayney W. R. Simpson. THE THRE8HER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS NEW PAD MAKES APPEARANCE The campus may watch for the ad- vent of the Chesterfields and the Al- gernons in the near future. The derby weari...

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