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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 15, 1916 ATHMBTK) NOTES We don't like to pat a man on the back and say, "Come on, otd boy, you're just the stuff," but we do bdMeve in giv- ing every man ail the praise he's got coming. And, take from us, these old Rice supporters who have stayed with us ail the way, are "certainty around the place." We've got to take off our hats to them and say they're the best sports we've ever had the pleasure of meeting. Now, we're not talking about the students, but about those men, you know them, who stand on the side lines and rattle their money and say "Come on. Rice, we're right behind you." These two fat men, and that man that never says a word except when Rice makes a score, and those men that carry the iittie piil bag around; the're the ones. ITERARY SOCIETIES MEET IMPORTANT NEEDS; HAVE CHARGE OF PUBLISHING THE THRESHER DEVELOP TALENT IN BRANCHES OF FORENSICS STUDENTS WHO HAVE DONE FAITHFUL WORK ORATORY OR DEBATtNG BEAR WtTNESS TO THE VALUE OF THE TRAtMNG SO ACQUI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER, DECEMBER M. MM THE THRESHER A fortnight)}' periodical published by the students of the Riee institute at Houston, Texan. MntMrud a« aecond-tiaat) matter October 17. M'tti. at the postoHtce at Houston. Texas, tindt-t' the Act of Ajarch 1B7M. Kt Mtitatt'TtOK HAtMH l <.-t' <c<py t'ft AcattMoic year . ,lCc . ,?3c i!usi!te<tB Ot'tifH, ttootn 104 Administration Building. .Kditor-ln-Chief S. ii.WAtOWD BUOOKS...Managing Editor ta.'TH Ht'LUVAN Associate Editor J. )-. MAitKHAM, n. THAYt.oi:. Jr... .Uusiness Manager . Ass't Business Manager i:. \\. I'ATTHX Circuiation Manager KHW'TOX ttAYX'Ht... I.)-: i:<)Y i.tLLAHD ; SIIDtLEY SiAt'JXS " Athletic Editor Assistants STAFF itEPOMTEKS. UMin'L Et; \X ELSHETH ROWE I.. ,\t. i.AMAIt RUTH UAUUHEitTY <-!tAS. M. ttt'iW <'AA) iLLE WAOUAMAX EDITORIAL <u n tmusTMAs enmox. Th{- Thresher Htat't has done its ut- most tu tuake tite present edition of the paper a work of value to the school, it had occurred to us that many s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER. DECEMBER M. MM SOCIAL AFFAIRS HAVE FURNISHED MUCH ENJOYMENT DURING TERM Three of the Principal Event* Have Taken Place at the iMce Hote), But Thhi wm Probably Be Changed in Future. A brief review of the social season— that is the Hrst term at Rice—throws two features into sharp relief. The Hrst is the shifting of the scene of college festivities from the Institute campus to the city. The second is the active par- ticipation of the Rice giris in the social life of the university. During the first three years of the Institute's existence the student body was smaii and social activities some- what limited. Ample space was afford- ed in the common for dancing, and as a consequence ail the college activities were held there. But with the passing of the years all this has changed. The student body has almost trebled in num- ber, three dormitories now dot the cam- pus where but one stood before, and the small and rather personal groups that formerly composed the various class...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER. DECEMBER M. tW* THRESHER HAS HONOR OF BEING STUDENTS' FIRST PUBLICATION: NOW ROUNDS OUT FIRST YEAR Stat) is Ch«sen t-Knn Managing Committee of tioverniwg HtMwy Societies and Fr<tm Henera) Student Body. The Thresher was the Brat student publication to make its appearance at Hice Institute. The Campanile staff had been previous!)- organized, but the year boo):, of course, came out only at the end of the academic year, white the tirst Thresher was issued January 15, HUH. The organization of The Thresh- er had been under consideration for some months before its first appearance, in the fait of l!tl5 severat students ap- proached Ur. i.ovett on the subject, but no deihtite ptans were ameed upon for awhiie. UnaHy it was decided, however, to ask the titerary societies to take controi of t)te )noposed publication and eiect the staff. This the societies readity agreed to do. Officers of the societies met and a creed upon a pian tor the or- ganization of the statt. Tins pian ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

THE THRESHER. DECEMBER M, 1916 THE RICE GLEE CLUB HOPES SOON TO G!VE PUBLIC RENDITIONS H. N. Hoe is Directing Club and Bevefal Tt!px to KetM-by Towna Are Planned for Spylmg Term. The Men's Gtee Club of the Institute was organized this year after a lapse of a year. Mr. Roe consented to act as director and about forty men tried out for the ciub. Of these about tweh ty-Rve were selected and form the ac- tive membership at the present time. A constitution was drawn up and offcers elected for the year. The club has made a good beginning for systematic music among the men, in co-operation with the band. Several new Rice songs have been written and learned, and more of them will follow later. The songs now being practiced are Rome of the finest ever written for men's choruses, and the manner in which the men are rendering them speaks weli of their ability as individ- uals and as a club. Several invitations to sing in Houston churches have been received, but as yet have not been acted upon....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 December 1916

M THE THRESHER, DECEMBER 15, MM 3= ShotweHs The Gift Store for thinking men who appreciate the finer thing: in fife. The Holidays Are only a few days off, and those of you who live out of the city are planning your trip home. Naturally you connect with this thought—"new clothes"—a particular color, made in a nifty model, with smart lines, body traced, typical young men's clothes, with lots of pep, distinct- ively different, yet not too expensive. We understand ' just what you mean. 604 Main St. The uptown home of every Rice ttudent, and he*! welcome, too. Gifts Acceptable You've made out your gift list for father, mother and friends at home. And we want you to know about these many gifts we've on display now. They are the kind that are always acceptable. Ba/A Ro&es .Smo^'ng /ac^e/g /VanJ^ercAie/g Co//ar Bays MtV#art/ BrugAeg Be/fs g/er/t'ng Auc^/es Nec^tUear Afos/ert/ Com&Mia/t'on 5e/s Makers Caneg ^Atr/g JVa/g We've your kind of clothes, designed by young men, made by young...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1917

npTTT? nrtJt) I? Q1LTI71) 1 tlfL 1 yol.2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 17. 1917 No. 7 SPLENDID BOULEVARD IS FORMALLY OPENED BY MONSTER PARADE KHW YHAM'S HAY MAKKH!) THH COMM^MTtOX OF THK HHHAT tLLUAUXATKD WAY. Hermann l'atk Rapidly Taking Hitape Adds Much to the Beauty Spot of W hich the Institute is it Part. On New Year's Day a long parade, headed by the mayor of the city and the municipal band, and composed of hun- dreds of automobiles containing mem- bers of the city administration and men high in the business and professional circles of Houston, proceeded stowty along the recently completed Main Street boulevard. Behind them gleamed the myriad lights of the metropolis, and as they proceeded new points of light sprang into existence. The celebration was planned to commemorate the com- pletion and to formally open one of the most splendid boulevards in the entire Southland. Starting from the water front at the viaduct, and extending in an unbroken iine for four miles thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1917

"3? THE THRESHER, JANUARY 17, M17 Sweeney's Make Class Pins Rings We will gladly confer with committees, make special designs and go into every detail. Facilities just com- pleted which surpass those of the past. J. J. Sweeney Jewelry Co. 419 Main Street, Corner Prairie Avenue - Phones Preston 2811 and 6094 ATHLETIC FIELD IS READY FOR BASEBALL Many Mm Show ion 1 }t f"t )'t a<'ti< < - \r [ <-),-)!) )uti<l<) is iia<k—A (<<nni S<t)e<lule )t<<n At rann<-<). '['be old bleachers that keep watch over Hire held no longer took down Ui'nti I he t'atniliM' goul posts and grid- iron with its ribbons of white lime. A strange change has taken place, for a new diamond has been cut into the otd field unbeknownst to most of us, and the tackling dummy has been supplant- ed by the batting cage. Our suspicions as to the cause of these strange phenom- ena have been confirmed by the Depart- ment of Biotogy, which claims to have isolated a coiony of bacteria of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1917

THE THRESHER, JANUARY 17, 1917 DR. AXSON GREETED WITH ENTHUSIASM ON HIS RETURN TO RICE Has Been TMng ttcxeMTh Work and Helping to Meet Pres. WMxon Rut'- Ing )^ant Three Months. THK OF Mtt. W. M. MCH TO THR MSTiTt TE Dr. Stockton Axson, head of the Eng lish department at the Institute, has re- turned to Houston to take up his regu- ]ar work for the last two terms of the academic year. During the first three months of the school year, Dr. Axson was in Washington, D. C., doing re- search work aiong the tines of Ameri- can literature in the splendid Congres- sional library. Dr. Axson was enthusiastically re- ceived by his classes when he entered the lecture hall for the first time. The ofd students who had had the pleasure of working under him in the past greet- ed not a professor under whom they were taking a prescribed course, but a real friend whom they were all genu- inely glad to see. It was announced through the press during the latter part of the last aca- demic year that Dr. Axs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1917

4 THE THRESHER, JANUARY 17, !917 THE THRESHER A fortntghtty periodica! pubiiahud by the atudent< of the nice Inatitute a,t Houston. Texao. Etittred as second-ciass m&tter October 17. at the postufCice at Houaton. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES J'er copy lCc t'er Academic Year 75c itUHinoM Office, Room !04 Administration iJuiidint?. Ht UKXH Aiii^iS. .Editor-in-Chief HKHOL EG AN Miiua}?itm Baiter RUTH HULL.)VAN ..Associate Editor J, i*. MAiiKHAM, .lr.,..Business Manager U. ii. Ti!AY)^Uii...Ass't iSusiness ^ianager )t. W. t'ATTEX Circuiaiion Manager J. itAYXOR Athletic Editor Lt: Ht'Y LILt.AUD t \ssistantH Hl.Si'JXS f Asststants .STAt.-i.-- itEi-OMTEHS. HE HOE HO A X BL8BBTH HOWE J,. A!. i,AMAIi itL'i'ii HAi.'OUKUTV <-ii AS. A!. itrOB f.'AMtLLE WAUUAMAX EDITORIAL rut: noxott nw )L. in the urticie on the Honor System in the t'])]'istmns edition of The Thresher On- statement was made that a]) meet- ings of the Honor (.'uunci! were set-ret and thn.t th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1917

THE THRESHER, JANUARY 17. 1917 PERSONALS. Mr. G .F. Gallaway spent the holidays in Denver and Gienwood Springs, Colo., using part of his time for business as well as enjoying a pleasant vacation. After several months' deiay in trans- portation the new Riehie 50,000-yonnd testing machine has arrived, and will be installed in the engineering testing lab oratory by Mr. Gallaway. The Christmas vacation furnished Mr. H. J .Muller an opportunity to visit his home in New York City, and while ther^he attended the meeting of the American Association for the Advance- ment of Science. The association held its meetings at Columbia University and enjoyed a large attendance, about 10,- 000 being present. Dr. A. L. Guerard attended a joint meeting of the Historical Association and Political Science Association during the vacation. The meeting considered the question of international peace .also the formation of an International Polity Club. J. H .Pound spent Christmas and New Years with his parent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1917

6 THE THRESHER, JANUARY 19M THH aOMTHK VKHHIK. At the last meeting of the German club, held before Christmas, the follow- ing officers were elected to serve the next three months. Miss Maud Michaux, president. Hrol Middleton, vice-president. George Wheeier, secretary-treasurer. OnJanuaryll, 1917, the itrst meet- ing of the new term of the German Club was heid in Room 105. The program consisted of two num- bers and a song by the club. The program was as follows: "Uerlin," Mr. Glasscock. ' Gedicht," Miss John. Song, The Goethe Verein. The program committee was appoint- ed by the new president, Alias Michaux: Dr. T .L. Blayney, chairman; Robert Hiley, Miss Klsie Pfieffer. After a few moments of conversation the meeting adjourned. t o co (11 n With the beginning of the new ternt the meittbersoi the Co-ed Hiking Club started their work with renewed vigor. A [neetingwasiteidiastTuesday. Jan- uary it), at which several new tnetnbers were present- Plans were made for a hike Tltuisday. with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1917

THE THRESHER Vol. 2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1, 1917 No. 8 GLEE CLUB PROSPERS AND PLANS TO GIVE RECITALS IN FUTURE DIRECTOR ROE PLKAMHD WITH WORK OI THE DR(jA\I- ZATIDX. Cotuetts Witt Pt\dtabiy He (then Lntiet Attspiees of the Junior High Schools —Sacreti Music Being I'ratticed For the first time Rice Institute has ntaintained the organization of a Men's Glee Club to a point where finished work has become possibie. Encouraged by the results shown in the iast severai rehearsals, the officers and directors of the ciub have decided to accept severai of the invitations for concerts in Hous- ton and vicinity, and may decide, if fuii arrangements can be made to give con- certs in Gaiveston and Beaumont. The membership of the ciub now numbers 30, and a iarge part of the music for a concert has been [Memorized with a view to putting on a compiete program at the Institute in March, the final date of which wiii.be announced later. The numbers to be given at that time include c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 1. 1917 Sweeney's Make Class Pins (373<2f Rings (!j We will gladly confer with committees, make special designs and go into every detail. Facilities just com- pleted which surpass those of the past. J. J. Sweeney Jewelry Co. 419 Main Street, Corner Prairie Avenue * Phones Preston 2811 and 6094 [tarn WHS not workittM very wett togeth- er then ant! in the second half, with at! regulars nut but Vance, the substitutes jus! tninnmcd to get 7 points to Daniel Maker's 3. There were many fouls on both sides, as intuit) well be expected from such rnuKh]ilayinn. Several men had as many as persona) t'ouis marked against tiient. Titriine-up: [{ice . Daniel Baker — Tomtotirti'' Overcash 1}, F. ])o<i^e . Robertson F. Kinnstam) Lancaster Yitnce . Thomas H. 0.'^ l)<.[i;iVat!e ....Smith I,. G. Fie]d goals: Tomfoinftt'.j. Kingstand Hodge 1. Vance 1. Harris !, Over- tasiii.i-aneamei'i. I'ree goals: Overcash 3, Cherry 1. Itice substitutes: tttrey for Tom- uttirde, Harris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 1, 1917 tL' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CAMPANILE NOW AH Subscriptions Must Be in Thin Next Week—Plan* fur the Annua! Are iiapidiy Taking Shape. ATHLETIC INTEREST STRONG AMONG GIRLS Preliminaries of the Tennis Toumamfnt Are in Progress. Everybody intends to get a "Cam- panile." There is no man with soul so dead, unless it's likewise In his head, who doesn't want a Campanile. There Is nothing to be desired (for $3.50 ) more than this vivid reminder of our fleeting college days. That must be admitted The main trouble seems to be in the fact that It always slips one's mind at the critical moment. One's good intentions "start easy, and warm up well, but they are likely to skid at the crucial mo- ment." Tie a string around your Anger so you won't skid, and bear this well in mind: that the laBt opportunity you will have to avail yourself of this offer is the week succeeding this issue of The Thresher. This Is ample time for every- body to get in his or her subscription deposi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 1, 1917 f.. THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodical published by the students' of the lUce Institute at Houston, Texas. )\nt* rt <i as secoud-f iass n)atter October 17, H'h:, aL the post office at Houston, Texas, nud^-r the Act of March 3, 1879. at J el mpy ^ ^ ^ ! A - ndctnic Year........... .. .. 10 c ,...75c ...... ): n ^ i n'.-ss Off i c e. Itoom 1 ^1 A dm in i strati on L. I;ni!ding\ . 1:! 1:!;\H \1HJ,1S .. .Hdilcu^in-Chief H AX ........ . Atunan in^ Hdiiur ia TH iSHJdVAX. .Associate Editor A) \it i< HA A!, Jr....l'Usihess Manager H t!* \ Y L* m.. . Ass't i !u^incss Manager !: W. t 'ATTKX. . . . .Circu)a(io:! Manager !. X!:\VT()X I: \ VXOR . t:. ^iiULilY ^.tMOXS f ' A tblctic Kditor .... . Assistants reason he comes to eoliege is to get more or less of an "education." academ- ical ty speaking, and then bin briliiant career ntay be nipped in the bud by— Probation. So much for (he case of the poor overworked hero trying to carry aii of the responsibilit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 1, 19:7 if PERSONAM. Miss Mildred HHswiek went to Aus- tin January 16th to attend the baU given by the State University. CM? J. K. Harris, '20, has withdrawn from school and has returned to his home in San Antonio. Miss Sara B. Biount of Nacogdoches, Texas, visiting Mrs. Bettie Bryant of Houston, attended the Freshman dance at the institute iast Saturday evening. She reports having a deiightful time and is very weil pleased with Rice. G. W. N. Eggers, J. S. Watters, R. E. Cummings, T. M. Ketiier, W. Merrick, W. A. Montgomery and J. S. Hanna spent the past week end in their respect- ive homes in Galveston. After a brief sickness spent at his home in Huntsviiie. Robert Tilley has returned to resume his studies again. H. Brevard spent the week end with Miss Fannie Medertes in Austin. Henry Reybaud went home iast Fri- day to see "Experience." He reports that outside of the entertainment that the piay afforded, a good morai iesson was portrayed. J. E. Fruit had the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 1, 1917 Quo/t'/t/ Have you visited the Men's New Store ? If not, you should call around and become acquainted, not on!y with us, but with the fine line of Stylish and Snappy This line of Clothing is made Specially for Young Men and is "Nifty and Smart." ex?enj t/on a corcM /nt?#a%on /o us n)/:enet)er JoMJn Furn/sA/ngs onJ /Va?s AH of the latest styles, chosen by an experienced buyer to meet the requirements of those of the most fastidious tastes. MAS S \H\Y STORM <e "i:*<so)ved, thitt thf us'e of <-os- itntjt'H )iy tti'-Kifis "f Rice Instiune -honitiiieat'olislteti." M. (' itarrisanU ''!<t.)i^u])l]eldlh"!tf)ii'titutive:ittiinay- x.'i <m<t UttttieHar^ue'lfot'thettHga- its'- l')H'hig!n<HiHit.;)ttii<.t!'o!'al")'y\v<n'<f [t',.. in'it by at) parties cotn-ertted ami ^linu'- mdanniiiihuiti^ arguments wcrt' [ in atmntianc*'. 'l ii^ itnl^esiiecidedtite debute in fa- sor of tiiMUcirativ^ apparently iMdiev- :iiH that the t)M- of co^nMtiics. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1917

THE THRESHER Vol. 2 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 15, 1917 No. 9 A. & M. CADETS WREAK VENGEANCE ON TEXAS 4KABLK TO RECOVER THE HK E !HA8COT THEY TURK ON THHHt OLD EMEMY. Brand the Texas Longhorn With the Store of the 1813 A. <& M.-Texan EootbaU Game. Incensed over their discomfiture at the hands of Rice in the owi affair, and unabie to obtain revenge in Houston af- ter several pians failed, a band of Ag- gies from Coiiege Station made a raid on the camp of their ancient enemy, the Longhorns, eariy Sunday morning, and branded the mascot of the Texans, a huge steer, with the 1915 footbaii score of the game between the two institu- tions. It had been pianned by the Texas stu- dents to brand the score of the 1916 game, in which the Longhorns were vic- torious, on the steer on the occasion of the celebration of Independence Day, March 2. The fact that the raid was totally un- expected made the affair a success. However, it was a decided coup, and there is no questio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1917

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 15, M!7 cheered him madly. Texas tnimedlateiy sent in a fresh man to offset Rice's fresh materia). The game then seemed to move even faster as the baii with light- ning-like rapidity was carried from one end of the fieid to the other. Through- out this iast period Mice maintained her smaii iead, or a tie, untii the last. It seemed almost a foregone contusion that if Rice made a score Texas would make one atmost immediateiy. Texas received fresh impetus when Barton re- iieved Secor, who had played a wonder- ful game for his tea))). The Hice tea") raiiied to the necessity, however, and the iast hit of the game was the fastest of a)). After the regulation game of 40 minutes had ended the score stood 20 to 20 ami it was necessary to play an extra five minutes to decide the tie. An other fresh Texas man, Rogers, entered, who promptly duplicated Tomfohrde's tieid goal. Again it was a tie, 22-22. when the period was up. The next period of tive minutes proved to be th...

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