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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 January 1923

THE THRE SgER :: H OUSTON, TEXAS Budget For 19^ ^ For Autry House Figures Indicate That Departments Will Lose Many in Service Operation White the Autry Home with its ser- vice departments managed to eke out a favorable balance of some $128 at the close of the year 1932; prospects for 1983 are dubious, according to a report of expenditures and receipts compiled by Director Harris Master- son, Jr. It is estimated that the budget for the ensuing year will ex- ceed avaiiabie maintenance funds by $1,000. This is based on the Hgures for 1922. Receipts and expenditures for the past year, and the budget for this year, are as follows: BUDGET FOR AUTRY HOUSE, !92S. Assets. From Diocesan Board for Harris MasterHon, Jr $ 2,000.00 From Diocesan Hoard for Mrs. E. J. U!ake 1,600.00 From General Board for Inquirer.... 900.00 $ 4,400.00 Receipt# Based on 1923. Canteen Cafeteria Pressing Shop.... t 6,200.00 5.800.00 1,800.00 600.00 Tota! assets $18,800.00 Total expenditures 19,816.85 Unprovided diffe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 January 1923

^r -*4- THE THRE SHER :: HOUSTON, T EX AS OWL CAGE TEAM WIN TWO GAMES FROM BEARCATS -w- Ctever Floor Work and the Passing of Owl Five Too Much For Visitors Sam Houston Norma!'s scatp was added to Rice's string when the Owls defeated the Normalites twice tast Friday and Saturday nights by the scores of 22 to 13 and 27 to 20, re- spectiveiy. The Norma! team was one of the best that Rice has met so far and displayed an excellent of- fensive passing game but were unable to shoot accurately. Likewise, their defense, five-man defense, was hard to penetrate and the Owls found it diffi- cult to draw the Sam Houston guards away from their posts. Long shots :md passing about between themselves until an opening presented itself en- abled the Rice basketeers to run up enough points to win. Coleman loop- ed several of these long goals and the excellent guarding of Willis, Ray, and Campbell disconcerted their opponents as to make their long shots go wild. The .Normal players had exceptional endur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1923

E8HER VOLUME VIII MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 2, 1923 NUMBER 18 JKE*vRTS FOR THE OWL NINE Bob Countryman To Coach The Basket- baH Team This Year Coach Bob Countryman has issued the first caH for varsity basebaH can- didates and Afteen or twenty candi- dates are practicing several times a week. Coach Countryman wiii be remem- bered as the leader of the 1922 squad who had a very successfui year. This year with a large number of promis- ing candidates from iast year's fresh- men the out!ook for the coming sea- son is very bright. Coach Country- man is weii known in Texas basebaii circles and is weii Hked by aii the squad and with the excellent material at hand Rice should have a real base- ball team, something she has not had in years. In the box Captain Melton will be assisted by Pollard, Simpson and Dunkerly. This quartet should prove dangerous to opposing batters and will furnish Rice with more than a one-man pitching staff as was the case when Eddie Dyer was "the" Rice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1923

THE THRESHER H. W.W pw 10* p*r Copy M* A. a. THMUHKR <TAW HM M MMwM D*wt«ntt ByhUmurt* D#nni<ton, !4. . . AModot# Kit j{" . *" 1!; M: , 'M HaRs Mwr J. H. Hwhw. '23 Exchsw Mttor SM^t L*M. M K*-Stu<5* Mitot Jack Qi.nn. M Cartoon M tor J. L. Moore. '26 Fettur* Bdttor Butin.M Dwttmwt R. V. Lotudon Ass't ButiMM Mgr. R. H. Httntmn Circutation Mtr. E<p*ft<")*! 8t*f. Undiny Bt*yney W. B. Sttatwon. Mary Ltaunt- Ford D. T. McLaughtin MCE DRAMATICS. The winter term offerings of the Rice Dramatic Club are scheduled for the coming Wednesday and Thursday nights, February 7 and 8. They con- sist of the usual series of one-act plays, including, on this occasion, a comedy, a fantasy, and a dramatic sketch. Three playwrights who are recog- nized as leaders in their respective fields have been drawn on for this second bill of the year.. Eugene O'Neill (who, by the way, is being in- troduced to Houston for the first time by the Dramatic Club), has at- tained a high position among writers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1923

THB THBZ8H EB :: HOUSTO N, TEXAS CLM MTMHK p^.A. L. a. The P. A. L. 8. hald their regular meting Tuesday, January SO. Plana for the Vaientine party to be held on February 13 were discussed. Mlaa Elizabeth Harrtaon reviewed "The Iceland Fisherman" by Loti. After a short diacoMtion of this work the meeting adjourned. E.B. L.S. The E. B. L. S. met iaat Friday with a fine majority of the membera pres- ent. A design for a new pin has been diaoussed, although a deHnite con- cluaion haa not been reached. The program consisted of a discussion of women authors and their works. Those that participated were: Eleanor Bogus, Gertrude McKean and Alice Gray Sears. Friday, Febuary 2, will be the next meeting in the Girls' Club room. "Lea Hiboux" met Monday night at the home of Miss Turnbull. The announcement waa made by the presi- dent of the club aa the membera as- sembled that each person would be penalized 50 cents for every Engliah word spoken during the meeting, the proceeds to go into the tre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 February 1923

THB THEE SHE h :: HOUS TON, T EXAB OWLS AND AGGIES SPLIT HONORS ON BASKETBALL COURT -a- Rice Cage Team Comes Back at the Farmers in Second Game of Their Series Playing with a furious intensity which swept their opponents off their feet, the Rice Owls defeated the A. and M. Aggies in the second game of their series on the College Station court. The Anal score was 26 to 15 in Rice's favor. The Aggies on the preceding night "got right" on iong shots and put Rice down 33 to 24. The A. and M. team was traveling at a fast pace and was unbeatable. Seemingly they could not miss on any kind of shot. The Ow!s fought back determinedly and were in the iead a second before the half end ed, on!y to have a basket thrown in the iast moments of play put the Aggies one point to the good. In the second half the Aggies were even "tighter" and accumulated a nine-point iead. The A. and M. team suffered the ioss of Captain Keen and Darby, who were put out in the second half on personal fouls. Swartz with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 February 1923

P - - VOLUME VIII MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1933 American Foreign Reia tionsJnteresting Subject Confuses Thought Discusses European War Debts and Reparations Diplomatic America's attitude to wards foreign relations in genera) and the European war debt in particuiar were scored Monday afternoon by Dr. William E. Dodd, professor of history of the University of Michigan, who delivered a iecture in Physics Amphi- theater. "Men everywhere seem to have for gotten," Dr. Dodd declared, "that for 400 years England has loaned vast sums to her continental allies in sim- ilar wars without ever a thought of collecting the loans, either principal or interest. "And Americans have forgotten, too, that nearly every American State has in times past repudiated in part or wholly debts contracted in time of peace with English, German or French subjects. "There is no subject that needs more attention today than the prob- lem . of American fore^n relations, yet on no other subject does th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 February 1923

T HE T HttE SHE* :! HOU STO N. T EX A E THE THRESHER M. Y«M. pw Copy ^ tWA.a. THMMtMR WAFF MM !! W. M BMHnE. M Edttor-tn-Chic) J. C. Ritt#r.^M Butitm* Mtntgti R. S. BieMord. '!! .....MoMstnE Editor HyMhnw!< Dwnhton. '!4... .Anocttte Editor Buford Goodwin. M Now* Editor Mymm Piano. M AMt Newt Editor Bon MitehoH. H5 Sport. Editor M*ry Mtcitenttc, '!! Society Editor Hwoi C*nn*n. M Hoot* Editor J. H. Hmhen. M Exohitnze Editor 8<tr*h Lnno. 'M Ex-Studoo Editor J*ck Gionn. M Cartoon Editor J. L. Moore, '26 Feature Editor Btutinm Dtpnrtmoat R. V. Logtdoh Atw't Bminexx Mgr. R. H. Hnnnon Circuiation Mgr. RwportwiM Sin#. D. T. McLaughlin E. B. Godiey C.H.Parsons CcoTK*Rad Lindsey Biayney W. R. Simpson Mary Louise Ford TO FRIEDA HEMPEL. The Thresher takes pleasure in wet- coming to Rice one who has given pleasure to Rice before—Miss Frieda Hempel, operatic celebrity, who wilt attend a tea in her honor at Autry House this afternoon. Miss Hempet aiready has many friends here, as she has in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 February 1923

THE THRE SHEB :: HOUS TON, T EX AS Midnight Memos There is'but one thing sweeter than love's youpg dream, and that is to wake up aAd And yourself stilt single. Love seemingly makes the world go around, but In reality it only makes your head swim and imagination does the rest. It is an easy matter for a man to love his neighbor as himself—provide ed she is yow,ng and pretty. Thoughts Md sights while strolling around Bice:' Well, can you feature this—Joe Rit- ter, with wing top collar, derby and cane, followed] by several other dress- ed up Freshmen. Ye gods! but the school publications must be good en- terprises. History repeats itself—Again Fitch in bloomers. And Duke Abbey, as a running mate to Fitch, appeared in corduroy pants instead of customary tuxedo. "Si" Perkins, the town constable for Rice, has ruled a new parking zone out our way in front of the Sallyport. Cars must park ten feet in front of entrance so that the demand of a view of the Sallyport on windy days can be accomm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 9 February 1923

TH E THRESHER :: H 0U8T0N, T EX AH OWLS WIN AND LOSE IN TWIN BILL WITH BAYLOR CAGE TEAM Playing far below form against a team which wa* Hghting desperately to come back after previous defeats, the Rice Owla were on!y aMe to split the series with the Baylor Bears. The first night went to Rice 22-20 and the second to Baylor 11-8. The Bears made good use of their strategic advantage playing on their own court and added to a bit of over- conHdence on Rice's part the Baylor quintet were able to play at high speed. The close guarding of both teams featured this series, with Bay- lor having the edge on Rice. Bay- tor's new arrangement of their star Lyons to forward and the shifting of Fullingham to center seems to have brought results. The first night's game was said to be one of the fastest and hardest fought games ever seen on the Cotton Palace court. Baylor, fighting to re- gain their lost prestige after the stinging defeats at Texas, were on their toes and fought iike tigers. The two R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1923

VOLUME VHI MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 16, 1923 NUMBER 20 "MENDEL AND THEORY OF HEREDITARY" SUB- JECT OF DR. ALTENBURG One of the most interesting and best attended of the series of 1923 university extension lectures was giv- en in the Physics Amphitheatre Sun- day by Prof. Edgar Aitenburg, Ph. D., assistant professor of biology, whose subject was "Mende! and the Theory of Heredity." "Mendei's methods changed the study of heredity from chaos to an exact science," he declared. "He found that the characters which a hybrid received from its parents re- appeared again among its offspring, and that there was a definite ratio in which these characters were distrib- uted among the offspring. "Mendei's principles of heredity have been found by later workers to apply to a great number of plants and animals, as well as to man. It seems safe to conclude that these principles are universal in their applicability, and that all inheritance is Mendelian." Extracts from the lecture foil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1923

a TH B THRESHER :: H OUSTON. TEXAS THE THRESHER A w*My e<wmsssr puNithod hrM* sta- daat* oiRta* !tnHtu^ o* Homton. T<num. M. M-M p<r Yw. 10* p<r Copy ThwAw A. S. THRMHKB STAFF M!! M V. M DstMas. !4 .. M)*mf4n 0hM J, 0. RtM?r. 'M Bu'iMM M^wr K. a. BteMord. M Msasstw Editor Mitort*i OwtHnun* Bybnm*r!< D#nnhton. ':4....AMQcl*te Buford Goodwin. 'M Newt Hunsn Ptenn. M Awt Newt Ben MitcheM, *M - Sports Msry M*okemta. M Society H*Mt Ctnntn. 'M ..Hoot* J. H. Hushw, '23 Exchange g*mh Une. 'H Ex-Stude* KX Oenn. M Cartoon J. L. Moore. '26 Feature Bnaineaa Department R. V. London Ass't Husineat Mgr. R. H. Hannan Circutatton Mgr. Reportorta! StaH. D. T. McLaughlin E. B. CotHey C. H. Parsons Gcurm- Red Lindsey Btttyney W.K.Simpson Mary Louise Ford Harvard University: Phi beta kappa hao recently established a tutor- ing bureau for the purpose of aiding undergraduates who are having dif- ficulty with their studies. TAKE YOUR TIME. She—He!p! PoHce! Stop him! He tried to Hirt with me. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1923

THH TRBESH EB :: HOUSTON, T BIAS A pleasant affair of Friday after- noon, Feb. 9, was the 6 o'clock recep- tion at Autry House, honoring Miss Frieda Hempei, with the Rice Stu- dents who uaher for concerts at the Auditorium, as hosts. Mrs. Eugene Biake, Rev. Harris Masterson, Mrs. Edna W. Saunders and a group of Rice giris assisted in entertaining. Vocal numbers were rendered by Arthur Fieid Heard and Graves Mc- Gee, and piano numbers by Vitaly Lubowski, whiie Messrs. Ted Flaxman, Tom Moore, and Gordon White form- ed a trio with stringed instruments. The Cranmer Club entertained Feb. 10, with a dance at Autry House. The decorations and programs carried out the Valentine idea and Dickson's or- chestra furnished the music. During an intermission a dance number, Chopin Waltz, was given by Miss Bernice Gordon. A group of A. & M. boys were guests of honor, coming ^ver especially for the dance. Open house at Autry House on Feb. 11, was an extremely successful af- fair. Members of the R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1923

THE THRESHER :t H OUST ON, TBI A* Rice Quintet Did Not Play Its Standard of Basketball Contrary to general expectations, the Texas University quintet defeat- ed the Rice Owls in both games of their series at Austin. The first game went to the Longhorns 36 to 17, and the second atso by a score of 24 to 17. The first game was erroneously re- ported as 38 to 11, but !ater reports showed this to be incorrect, the cor- rect score being given above. The Owis were visibty stili in a stump, the first symptoms of which were seen at Waco last week. Ina- bility to hit the basket and tack of confidence in floor work on the Owis part spetied defeat. Swartz, usually an "ace" on foul throws, made a poor record in this department, although he showed up welt in both games in the offense. Coleman succeeded in finding the basket enough to increase his total, but Fitch was not right and had a tow scoring tota! for the series. The guards showed up wett, but were unable to cope with the accurate shots of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1923

* t VOLUME VHI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 23, 1923 NUMBER 20 CLASS OF '22 STARTS DRIVE FOR THE RICE INSTITUTE MEMORIAL At their final banquet in the Brazos Hotel iast June the class of 1922 unani- mously adopted a class memorial pian proposed by several prominent mem- bers of the class. This plan provided that each member be assessed ten dol- lars annually for five years for the purpose of purchasing a suitable me- morial at the end of that time. J. T. McCants was named as trustee of the fund, which is to be deposited in the South Texas Commercial National bank in a savings account at 4 per cent interest. At the class reunion in 1927 a me- morial worthy of the class will be pre- sented to the president of the Insti- tute. The exact nature of the me- morial has not been determined, but will be decided upon later by the memorial committee, in accordance with suggestions from the class mem- RADIO CONCERT RICE STATION MONDAY NIGHT The first of a series of radio con- certs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1923

z THE THRESHER A w*tMy Mw.ptptr puHMw) by th< <tu. aenu <u Mtoe mutttuta at Mtmoton. Twn. Entored M wand axttv October M, iMa. at th# pottoMea (a Houston. Texn, un- der the <wt of M*reh t. mt. M M p*r Y*sr. 10a p#r Copy Thmhw OKic#—Room A. B. THRESHEH STAFF W. M. DttrHnK. !4 ;.Editor-ia-ChM J. C. Ritter. M Business Manotor R. S. Btckford. '2! Manttging Editor Editor)*! OopMtmont Syhiimorie Dooriston, 'Z4....Associate Editor Buford Goodwin. M News Editor iiyman Pienn. M Asst. News Editor Hen Mitcheit, '26 Sxorts Editor Mary Mackenzie. ZS Society Editor Hate] Cannan, 'M Hoots Editor J. H. Hughes, '23 Exchange Editor Sarah Lane. 'It) Ex-Studes Editor Jack Gtenn, '26 Cartoon Editor J. L. Moore. '26 Feature Editor Business Department it. V. LoKsdon Ass't Business Mgr. it. H. Hannan Circulation Mgr. Reportoriai Staff. D. T. McLauyhiin H. it. Codify C. H. i'arsons (icot'Kt iteti THE tHRESHER HOUSTON. TEXAS Midnight Memos A faint heart lias been known to win—when backed up. by a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUS TON, TEXAS ! WMSC fW !922 The fottowtng tnterwttnK report, (ur- ntxhed by the dtrector ot Autry House. WM detittnad to accomptny the Hneneiai statement and budget curried <n a pre- vtoun )«ue. (By Harris MaoterMn.) "Money and Your Life." Dr. Mott, in speaking of the pur- pose of an address, once said that he always acted on the principle of a highwayman—money or your !ife. When he spoke it was always with a definite purpose in view, either of get- ting money to carry on the work, or of getting life to perpetuate it; and so he changed it to Money and Your Life. It is-always this way in any stu- dent work. The need of the work is such that it requires more money than any other type of work; but your money's worth is the student's worth, and there are those of us who beiieve that any amount of money spent to give a healthy direction to iife and a high purpose to students is money welt spent. "Money." Four years ago, when the old mess shack appeared at the beauti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1923

THB THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS AGGIES CINCH TITLE; DEFEAT RICE OWLS IN TWO CAGE GAMES Texas A. and M. clinched their hold on the Southwestern Conference championship by winning the two games from the Rice Ow!s on the Auditorium Court !ast Friday and Saturday night. The score of the first game was 29 to 25, the second was 25 to 23. These games, decided by two or three points, if kept up for any iength of time, are going to provide iota of business for nerve and heart spe- cialists. The two games with A. and M. were the most nerve-racking heart- breaking contests that the Owls have ever played in. The teams were almost eveniy matched man for man. The games were regular whirlwinds of action featured by fast offensive, brilliant defense, luck shots, and clear fightitiK'. The play was rough but ch ati with both teams evening up en fouls. The oH't-nsive of the Aggies was the best seen this season. With the sky- scraper Keen getting the jump at cen- ter the ball would pass directly to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1923

VOLUME VIH RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 2, 1933 NUMBER 22 'MHs BLACKSTONE'S ANNIVERSARY RECALLED IN RICE LECTURE Prof. MHam D!scusses Noted Jurist and His Commentaries. Extension Speech Samuel Glenn McCann, instructor m Jurisprudence and Registrar of the Rice Institute, delivered the eighth of a series of anniversary lectures on the subject of Biackstone and His Com- mentaries, at 4:30 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 25, in the Physics Amphitheater. Be!ow is an abstract of Mr. Mc- Cann's lecture: Biackstone and His Commentaries. The two hundred years which have elapsed since the birth of Sir William Biackstone are probably a sufficiently iong period of time for us to be abie to see the great Commentator and his work in the proper perspective. The development of law had gone a long way before Biackstone came on the scene and in attempting to understand the wide influence of this man it is necessary for us to look chiefly and in a general way at the development which had taken place befor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1923

TX B T HmHH ii H 0 US TOM. T BXAS THE THRESHER A wwkiy BMMPMW pubiMud by tho ttu- dcat* of Hit* !n*titut* Homtcn. Tex*t. Eattrad M Moond ct<M< m<tt*r 0<tob4r M. HiS. the pottoKic* in Homtan. Tonui, un- der tb. Mt of M*teh S. MM. M.OO nr tur <k p*r Copy Thr<%h*r Oeite BKont !M A. B. THRESHER HTAFP !M! M W. M. OMMoK. M Edttar-in-Chia! J. C. Bitt*r. 'M BmineM Mttnttg^r R. S. Btckford. M Muntnttnt Editor Edttori<J D*p*ftm*nt Sybiintarie Dennhton. 'Z4....Awochte Editor Buford Goodwin. 'Z3 Newt Editor Hyman Fienn, M Asst. News Editor Hen Mitchcti. '25 Sport# Editor Mary Mackenzie. '23 Society Editor Hatei Cannan, '25 Hoot* Editor J. H. Hushes, '23 Exchange Editor Sarah Lane. i9 Ex-Studes Editor Jack Gtenn. '25 Cartoon Editor J. I,. Moore, '25 Feature Editor Hunine*n Department R. V. Logsjon A*s'tMusinesaMgr. it. H. Hannan ...Circutation Mer. Reportoriat Staff. U.T.MeLaumhiin ('.H.i'arBonH CtnrneReti J.hi<ist-y!Hayney W.R.Simjwon Mary t,ou!ne Ford THAT WICKED "OWL" ...

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