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

THB THRES1KBR :: HOUSTON, TBI AS 3 Blackstone's An- niversary Recalled in Rice Lectnre (Continued from Page 1) Mm to make hta lectures aeml-popular in order to attract fees from his auditors who were composed of a few law students and many people of gen- era! high culture who wished to be on speaking terms yfith the English law. In fact Blaekstone seems to be the first extension lecturer mentioned in the annals of history. The accomp- lishment of this aim compelled him to make a general treatment of the whole Held of English law in a comprehen- sive fashion that had not been at- tempted previously. This aim of the Commentator is one that should be borne in the minds of those who criti- cise him severely on the grounds of superficiality and occasional inac- curacy. Blaekstone wrote at a time when England was in the stage of the tran- sition from rural to urban, from agri- cultural to commercial. Although the need of new rules was apparent to some, the popular sanction necesary for re...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1923

THH THRESH** :: ROUS TON, THXA* RICE DEFEATS TEXAS; ROUGH ENCOUNTER -3- The Owls came back last Friday and Saturday nights from their unwillfully dormant state and defeated the Texas Longhorns in two consecutive games. The score of the first game was 89 to 21; of the second, 82 to 26. Both games started out with a siow start, perhaps due to the fact that Peyton, Texas captain, required an ex- planation for the calling of every foul; and then, too, the referee was slow in making his decisions. At times foot- bat! tactics were in play and both teams did their part. In the Hrst game Swenson at cen- to got the jump at the beginning of the game but Texas failed to score. Peyton accounted for the Hrst score when he shot a free goal. Swartz soon retaliated by shooting two free goals, thereby giving the Owls a one-point tend that they kept adding to until it beeamc an unassailable margin of safety. Peyton and Schuhardt were high point men for the Texas quintet, but Peyton was guarded so wct...

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

< i{Ur^ yMSHER VOLUME VIH MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 9, 1923 NUMBER 23 STUDENTS' COUNCIL EFFECT CHANGES IN PASSAGE OF BILLS -o- Special Election By Student Body On the Amendment is Set For March 28 At the regular meting of the Stu- dents' Council, heid Wednesday, March 7, a number of important bills were passed. This legislation affects the Freshman Class in particular. Under the new bill the Freshmen will have no class organization during the first term, the annual Freshman ball be- ing transferred to the second term. This will eliminate the possible failure of the Freshman president due to en- forced absence. Regulations are also provided to govern this affair when held. The financial affairs of each class are to be put on a sound business basis in a bill which creates an audit- ing committee which will check over all money matters of each class. An amendment to the constitution which will make a slight change in the method of electing the officers of the school publi...

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

T HB THRH8H EB :: HOUS TON. T BXAB THE THRESHER 1 M. M.M p<r Ywtr. Mo pw Copy OHtw—Roam 1M A. H. THMSHKR HTAW M!M W. M DMUMt. !4 Editor-tn-ChM Mttarit) D*p*rtm*at SybUmMt* Dennhton. Butord Goodwin. M ....New< Hymm Ptann. M.... Amt-Newt Ben MttcheH, Z5 .......Sporto Mury M Society Httei C*nn*n. 'M Hoot# J. H. Hughes. '2S ExehMKt 8M<h Ltmc. If Bx-StudM Jack Gienn. S5 Cartoon J. L. Moore. '26 Feature Editor BM'inem Department R. V. Logsdon Ass't Business Mgr. K. H. Hannan Cireutation Mgr. Reportoriai Staff. D. T. MeLauKhtin E. B. Godiey C.H.Parsons CcorneRed LindseyBiuyney W.K.Simpson Mary Louise Ford Lecture on Chemistry By Dr.H.B. Weiser (Continued from Pagel) Giessen in 1824, where he founded the first school of chemistry. Here he labored for 28 years and then accept- ed a call to Munich, where he died in the harness 50 years ago, April 18, !873. "Liebig's achievements and the in- iiuence which radiated from them are of such varied character that it will he impossible to do...

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

THE THHHSHHB :: a 4 it ' § cTETy] Miaa Martha Scott entertained Saturday evening with a dance at the Bay Ridge summer home of her par- ent#, Mr. and Mra. J. T. Scott. Mra. Scott chaperoned the group which in- eluded Minee AUie May Autry, Margaret Lester, Mary Semmes Binyon, Frankie Maud Carroll, Aiice Michaux, Margaret Cunningham, and Marjorie Itfrey and Messrs. Daie Shepherd, Henry Penix, Arthur Field Heard, Harold Moore, M. H. Alex- ander, Buford Goodwin, Lindsay Haie, Marion Wiiford, Jimmie Dutton, Ben Mitcheti and Wiiiiam Abbey. Stewart Coleman, '20, was a visitor in Houston Saturday, having come up for the Rice-Texas basketball game. Friends of Ben Mitchei! are glad to see him at Rice again, after a week's absence on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Yerges are receiving congratulations upon the ar- rival on March 3, of a daughter, Marjorie Christine Yerges. Jimmie Dutton was a visitor in Houston and at Rice last week. H. Dorsey has discontinued his studies at Rice and...

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

TH * T HaaSZaa H H out TOM. TtXA S RICE-BAYLOR SPLIT IN TWO GAME SERIES By dividing their two-game series with the Baylor Bears the Rice Owls clotted their 1923 basketball season in Houston. The Rrst game went to Baylor 26-25, but Rice romped away with the second by the score of 82-18. The second game was played Saturday afternoon in order that the Owls might leave for Oklahoma A. and M where they played their last game of the season. The two games were of the ordinary variety showing plainly the let-up in form which is always shown near the end of the season. The Rrst game went to Baylor by a margin of one point gained in the last 30 seconds of play—the only time during the entire game that the Bears were in the lead. Rice got off to a whirlwind start and it looked as though Rice would swamp the visitors. But there one erred, for the Bears plugged away at the basket with mid-court shots and s)ow!y decreased the lead until they stood one point behind. Then Bell iooped a iong one and...

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

VOLUME VIII ZBTnAJH RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 16, 1923 NUMBER 24 MANY ATHLETES TO COMPETE AT EKE IN APRIL Early Arrangements For Entertainment Now Under Way OWL NINE TO PLAY BAYLOR Southwestern and Rice WM Meet on the Cinder Path Acceptance of invitations to com- pete in the interschoiastic track meet, mailed by the athletic council three weeks ago, indicate that Rice will be host on Aprii 13 and 14 to perhaps the greatest "assemblage of high school and academy athletes that the state has ever known. An announcement made at Rice Saturday states that the unprecedent- ed response to the invitations has made it necessary for the executive committee in charge of the meet to begin a month earlier than was in- tended in arranging for the entertain- ment of the visitors. Unlike the usual track meet of this sort, the competing athletes will not be iimited to one district of counties or even one state. Selected high schools and academies in eight Southern states will be represent...

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

A -< *, t- z THE THRESHER A waaMy aawmatyr puhU^h^d hfth* stu- dmt* of RiM tnotituta a* Homtaa. Ttm. ,.!Kr^ "- darthe*ctof Mareh !. M OO par Your. 10<t par Copy Thmht* 0)Has Raaat M4 A. H. THBE8HEH STAFF SSSSS W. M. DarUns. Z4 Editor-tn-Chtef J. C. Rittar, 'M BminaM Manas;ar R. a. BieMord. M Manastns Edttortat Dapartmant SyMtmarte Danni#ton. '!4 ... Amoctate Buford Goodwtn. M .Newt Hyman Ftenn. M Ant. News Hen Mitchet!, '26 Sports Msry Mackentie, M Society H«Mt Cannan. '28 Hoots J. H. Huzhes, M Exchansa Sarah Lame, IB Ex-Stude* Jack Gtenn, M Caaoon J. L. Moore, Z5 Feature Business Department R. V. Loxsdon Ass't Business Mgr. K. H. Hannan Cireutatton Mgr BeportorM StaC. D. T. McLamyhUn E. H. Gtidity C. H. Par«ons Ct'uriCf Red Lindsey Btayncy W. R. Simpsun Mary Louise Ford MUCH LEGISLATION. The student councit measures pass- ed Marth 7, and printed in Tht- Thtesher of Mmvh K. have brounht mingled approvat and criticism from members of the student body. Then- is some misunderstan...

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

% THE THBE8HEH :: HOUSTON, TEXAS "WhHe you wars abroad I auppoM you mw great expanses of barren watte." "Man. I was in Europe, not Ha- waii."—Pelican. Sinn: "My girl certainly has won- derful reasoning power." Fein: "How sot" Sinn: "She aaid ahe didn't see why horses ever get hungry, 'cause they nearly always have a bit in their mouth." Futile. "Prohibition has one wore thing to prevent." '25: "What's that?" full." '24: "The jitneys from getting '25: "But you are forgetting that the prunes stiil get stewed." '24: "To say nothing of the water that still gets drunk." Curtain! He: "Let's sit out this dance." The Pretty Thing: "Aw, I can't, I've lost my powder puff."—Stone MM. Trying to Cop Him. Visitor: "Is your father on the poiice force?" Smali Boy: "No, but they're al- ways trying to get him."—Gargoyle. Daffy: "Are you going to the Prom?" Dill: "Yes—I'mstagging." Daify: "Well, if you wili promise not to get stewed, I'li iet you dance with my girl." Diil: "I'd rather get stewed." Of ...

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

TH< T HUSHU :: IOC a TO M. TB * A MANY ATHLEHC EVENTSOCCUR WTHDm AtMatke a* Rice wiii again ha in ful! awing on 31, after the ye- can for exams. On that date the Bayior Boars wiH eomatoHouaiton with their cinder path artist* and wiM endeavor to ahow the Owls the way to the tape. Baseball wiH also begin ita schedule at thia time with two games at A. and M. on March 89 and 30. A. and M has a new team whiie the Ow!a have a strong nucleus from iaat year and splendid materia! from the Freshmen of iast year. Tennis at Rice wiH receive a big boost when the Oklahoma University net men come to Houston on Apri) 2, for a match with the Owi squad. The Sooner squad is rated as topnotchers in the Southwest and should give our boys a stiff match. The complete schedules of these three sports follows: Baseball. March 29-30—Rice vs. A. and M. at College Station. April 6-7—Rice vs. Texas at Hous- ton. April 12-13—Rice vs. Baylor at Houston. April 19-20—Rice vs'. Texas at Austin. Apri) 21—Rice vs. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 March 1923

* sHsA . §§s VOLUME VIII RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 30. 1923 NUMBER 28 TELEGRAFPY &St^PMEY Demonstrates the Use of Various Improved Telegraphic Devices Herbert Kay Humphrey, E. E., as- sistant professor of electrical engi- neering, delivered the tweifth of the sixteen scheduled extension lectures to a large audience in the Physics ampitheater at 4:30 p. m. Sunday. Mr. Humphrey spoke on "Teleg- raphy Since Morse." He described the progress in means of communica- tion made during the past century. During the course of the lecture, a demonstration was given of Edison's quadruplex transmitter. Through the kindness of the Western Union Telegraph company an automatic printing telegraph was shown in op- eration. Mr. Humphrey's lecture in part follows: "In the two thousand years preced- ing the nineteenth century but litle progress was made in the art of com- munciation. George Washington had no better means for sending mesages than had Alexander the Great or the ancient Egyp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 March 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEX A 8 THE THRESHER A wMtgF aywwy puMMM* h!_ tH < ta*titut< J Hou*toa.Ttx**- M. M^M) pw Yxtf. M< por Copy M4 THMHHM MAW SfM M V. M. DarMna. M Bditor^-CMof J. 0. BiMw. BmineM R. B. Bi<XHrd. 'M.. BNtor PrrnrtTntnt 8ybHm<!^# Oennttton. '!*.... AM<ghte Editor Butots) Goodwin. W New< Editor Hym*n Pirnn. M Ant N*w< Editor Ben Mitchet). 'Z5 Sporta Editor M*ry Mtckentte. !S Society Editor itnei Ctnntn, M Hoot* Editor J. H. Huzheo, 2S Exchange Editor Btrth Lone. !9 Ex-Btude* Editor JtMk Gienn. '25 Ctrtoon Editor J. L. Moore. '25 Feature Editor Mmincm Department R. V. London Ase't Business Mtr. R. H. Hannan Cireutation Mgr. Beportoriai BtotK. D. T. McLaunhiin E. B. Godk-y C. H Parsons George Red Lindsey Biayney W. R. Simpson Mary Louise Ford ARCHI-ARTS BALL. The Archi-Arts, students of the architectural and art departments, ate laboring under certain handicaps this year with reference to the annua] Archi-Arts Bail, the artistic event of the se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 March 1923

TH E THRESH ER :: HO US TON. TEXAS Hke Institute actor*, member* of the Dramatic Ciub, took a prominent p&rt^ in a program of three one-act piay* pre*ented at the City Aud- itorium recently by a Houaton Mttie Theater organization. . John Ciark Tidden, head of the Bice art department and director of the Institute Dramatic Ciub, piayed the ipad, that of Bartiey Faiion in a com- edy, "Spreading the New*." Mr. Tidden scored one of the big hits of the evening with hi* skillful interpre- tation of the Irish pe*aimi*t. In addi- tion to handling this part, Mr. Tidden was stage manager for the three p!ays. DeWitt T. McLaughlin, who**dt# rected the "Tent* of the Arabs," presented by the Rice players last term, ably portrayed the character of Michael in William Butler Yeats' "Kathleen Ni Hoolthan." This part was one of the most difficult, and proved a good vehicle for Mr. Mc- Laughlin's versatility. Hy Plenn, who handled the role of "Mickey" in "Back of the Yards," pre- sented by the Rice ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 March 1923

THE THRESHER :: H OUSTON, TEXAS ADAM SMITH AND THE WEALTH OF NATIONS BY DEAN CALDWELL Robert G. Caldwell, Ph. D., Dean of the Rice Institute, delivered a lecture on the subject of "Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations" in the Physics Amphitheater at 4:30 p. m., Sunday, March 18. Dr. Caldwell is professor of Ameri- can history and dean of the Rice Insti- tute. He is from Wooster, Ohio, and received his bachelor of arts degree at a Wooster college. Later he received his Ph. D. degree from Princeton. Dr. Caldwell's lecture was broad- cast from the Rice Institute radio sta- tion. This was the second lecture to be sent out by wireless and the re- maining one in the lecture series will be broadcast also. The lecture was the eleventh of a series of sixteen lectures, and was as follows: Adam Smith, the father of political economy, was born just 200 years ago, in a littte village near Edinburgh. After a careful education at Glasgow and Oxford, he spent the best years of his life as a profess...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 March 1923

THE THRESH ER :: HO US TON , TEXAS -B mnnmmnnn POETS COM&R tec 3EBEC mdmight Memo# It'o a wise man who know* better than to argue with Ma wife or a traKtc cop. The father of twins generally Hnds marriage a howiing success. As a writer of Action, the man who gets out the weather reports easily distances al! competitors. A thing of beauty is a joy forever- uniess the cost price leaks out. Many a man has been arrested for forgery simply because he tried to make a name for himself. Thoughts and sights while strolling around Rite: A certain young lady's mother was heard to say: "You might be able to study if you get by yourself." A few minutes later "Dutchy" Willford was seen sitting in an auto alone. Some one explain the connection, Hop-Scotch (no it's not a drink) has come into vogue at ttice now. Boom Bang! Cannan wiii give instructions to aH desirous ones. May we congratulate the Archi Arts on their selection of weather for the Deep Sea bail. It certainly creates atmosphere, buck...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 30 March 1923

THZ THBBSHHR n HOUSTON. T B X A a RICE TO OPEN TRACK SEASON WITH BAYLOR IN SATURDAY'S MUD Rice Nine Loses to Peden's by a One-Run Margin In a fast and snappy game of base- ball the Rice nine lost to the Peden Iron and Steei Company independent team by a score of 1-0. The game went 7 innings with both teams gathering in three hits. The Peden team bunched their hits in the At-st inning and scored a run whiie the Rice hits were scattered. The independents played nice bait, Treadway on the mound for them, be- ing particuiariy effective. He got credit for 12 strike-outs. Rice threatened in the seventh when a single and a double were made with only one down. Jimmie Locke got a pretty hit but a perfect peg to home shut off a run. Morgan at shortstop, Wilfotd at second and Hughes in left field play- ed good ball for Rice throughout. Hughes made one of the brilliant pi ays of the game when he went back after a long drive which robbed the i'edcH untcr fielder of a three-base hit. Melton and H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1923

VOLUME VIH MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 6, 1923 NUMBER 26 THE KING IS DEAD; LONG LIVE THE KING The election of Miss Geane King, as Queen of the May and Mr. W. L. Coteman as King, terminates one of the most stirring politica! campaigns in the history of Rice. Externaiiy at least, the eieetion of the King quite eciipsed the contest for the more im- portant office of Queen—who is of course the center of attraction in every May festivai. The Senior's dignity was very evi- dent in Mr. Co!eman.'s campaign; this contrasted sharpiy with the more boisterous and spectacular campaign conducted on behaif of Mr. Francisco. Poiiticai raiiies, campaign speeches, gaudy posters, private electioneering, and evangelistic work featured his campaign. His supporters were "thrown into consternation by the an- nouncement Tuesday morning that the Woman's Council had accepted Mr. Francisco's resignation, and conse- quent^ his name wouid not appear on the baiiot. This occasioned a shift in the in- ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1923

THE THRB8HEB :: HOUSTON, TE XAS The Senior Thresher MM msttw. Octob. touxton, T.XM M. UN- Sah M.00 pt y xsr. M a H*t* mts p«r copy Ot!*—a** M* A. H. MNMH THMMHM STAFF D. T. Mt&tatMin Editor-in-ChM Baford Ocodvtn - N.ws H. OMphmt Atuhtant New* BMtford Sport' —^Keimie iw(tty Lsamr Cm)) ...Hoot. J. H. Hushe. Bxchtme B.M. Wtnns' .borough Feature AVE ATQUE VALE. This edition of the THRESHER is the last official appearance in print of the Class of 1923. When the fumes of the recent cerebral upheaval cleared away, the Senior Class found itself facing the last lap of its intellectual Marathon. The eight weeks of under- graduate life that remain will be iitied too full of a number of things to per- mit of the serenity needed for an in- telligent recapitulation. The shadow of the impending final examinations successfully eliminates any hope for the mental repose required for a de- tached review of what it has aH been about. Although why the Ciass as a whole should be required to go throug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1923

THIB THBBSHBH :: HOUSTON, TEXAS OUT OF THE DARK Midnight. The wind howiad sbout the tower of the Eatt H*U, <hrieking through the h*Ue with the moan of tortured tout". The rain poured in torrent#. It ww a night of evii. Hooded figure* slipped noieiewiy out into the night to be swallowed by the etorm. The twelve conapiratore met at the cage of the hoiy monkey in Hermann Park, and renewed the oath of brotherhood. Aroqpd the Bickering Mght of a eandle end in a tin can they conferred. "It's time to strike. The thing can not be allowed to continue longer. It'a a diagrace to our brotherhood and an inault to our intelligence. It'a too goofy. We'll get our man in power, and wreck the worka for all time to come." The aign of eternal brotherhood waa paaaed again, the myatic aeat apptied to their !ipa, and the conspirators re- turned through the storm to the Tower of the Eaat Hall. ***** Above the sound of whistled soup, scraping knives and forks, and the gentlemanly uproar of the mess hall ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1923

THE THRESHER :: HO US TON, TEXAS BASEBALL OWL SPORTING TRACK-TENNIS INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK CLASSIC TO BE HELD APRIL 13-14 MANY TEAMS TO C OMPETE FOR HONORS Extensive Entertain- ment Program Has Been Arranged A large aggregation of high and preparatory athletes come to Houston next Friday and Saturday to partici- pate in the Second Annual Interschol- astic Track Meet of the Rice Insti- tute. Special arrangements have been made for housing of these athletes in the Institute dormitories. They will eat with the Rice men in the Com- mons. The majority of the athletic teams will arrive some time Thursday. Preparations are being made whereby groups of Rite men will meet the dif- ferent teams at the station and con- duct them out to Rice. Star athletes of the high and prep schools who were unable to send a full track team will also compete for honors in the various events. This interscholastic track meet of the Rice Institute will bring together athletes from all over the South. Al- ready ac...

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