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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 September 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS OWLS PREPARE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP DRIVE PRACTICE BEGINS WITH PROSPECTS JM6ST IN HISTORY 1HMMSTE0 TrTMWj^ Speedy BackAeld From Last Year Augment- ed by New Material. Stiff Schedule Faces Team. With heavier and faster men on the squad than Rice has seen in Ave years, with 10 days of intensive training already completed, and with a spirit of Co-operation that presages excellent teamwork, the Owl gridiron machine is rapidly being whipped into shape for the most determined cham- pionship drive in the history of the schoo). Football in the Southwestern Con- ference this year is destined to be of a quality far superior to anything in the past. An unusual number of good teams are in training—at Arkansas University, at Texas, at A. & M. and at Baylor, but it is a source of great satisfaction to Rice fans to know that the Owl squad ranks parallel with, if not above the best in the conference. Only some unforseen disaster can pre- vent Rice from redeeming the rat...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 September 1923

6 THE THRESH ER :: HO US TON, TEXAS RICE GRID PRACTICE STARTS A lh< Hire \iirsi)y is Morking twice daily in prepartion for the tfpening of the 1923 FoothaH Season. In the ova) < hartes Swartx «t San Antonio. All-Southwestern hattbaek tast year, captain of the team. Above—Marion Wiiford plate kittiinM noal. assisted )<y Captain Swartx. Below—One division of the Squad "charging" the dummy. CO-OP HAS NEW FALL SUPPUES; TO OPEN TOOAY Ht-ginning this tmtttiing' at Ho'ctock tilt' Kite to-operative store wiH be Qpet. eae)t day with an enlarged stock u)' fat! st-hot)) supplies tit' virtually t'Very tlescriptton. Awording to Arthur L. Brown. co-) op manager, the store has completed one-half mtiers nf every text book needed, asio'ciock. well as a new stock of engineering;: study equipntettt. Only a few textbooks have been changed. The mathematics 100 book is new and, according to Brown, is a trifle easier than tast year's text. Four hundred copies are on hand. Brown says he is serious...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 September 1923

VOLUME IX -A<%apfaM#?y Learned A# CoMe#e, -Sayjy Dean 7w Tb%6 fo jDor??! Afew NUMBER 2 MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1923 "No Hazing" Rule De- clared a Success; All Freshmen Charged to Uphold Tradition. College Nite is Attend- ed By Record Crowd; Penix and Glenn Are Speakers. By Walter Barnes. An informal welcome to Freshmen, a summary of the advantages enjoyed by college men and an expressed ap- preciation of the manner In which old students had received the aboli- tion of hazing were the outstanding points in an address by Dr. R. G. Caldwell, Dean of the Institute, de- livered Monday at 7 p. m., on the Col- lege Nite program. College Nite this year was staged on the dormitory green. It was at- tended by virtually every dormitory man and by a considerable number of town students. Prior to the dean's address, Jack Glenn made his debut as yell leader and incidentally as speech maker. Henry B. Penix, president of the stu- dent Y. M. C. A. under whose aus- pices Colle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 September 1923

i THE RICE THRESHER A wetMy n*w<p*por PfMMwd by the Hudtnta of Rte^ !aoMtnte Homton, TexM. Ent#rw) M Moond c)<[M m#tMr October H, !HS. <t thu poatoffic* in Houtton. Trnw. under the Mt of March !. 4879. Bubcrtpttoa R*tw (!00 per Yw. tOc per Copy. E. Oren Arnotd Editor-tn-Ch4ef Robert Veden Lo^eden BunineM Meaner Editnrie! SteC far TMe Wetter Bernee. W C. Withinton. Elmer Lee Summerx. Ray L. Roun- tree. Jeck Gienn. Geratdine Jennings. J. ]. Cempbet). J. Lawrence Moore. Lottte Grey. POLITICS. ET AL. THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS One week from Monday the school will be ex- pected to vote again. FaH elections never are as jazzy as spring vot- ing combats. In the spring, athletic officials threaten to make politics a major sport. In the fa!i they won't even furnish shoes for the candi- dates to run in. That, however, doesn't detract from the honor and the importance attached to being elected to office during the fall. An autumn president is as important a somebody at Rice as an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 September 1923

im T H E- T M E S H E B HOUSTON,- TEX AS (C^Htinvad fhMB Pag^ 1) Kam. )n #^yhyl^b!M^<%oB*o*th*y*T**tof pm#at dgy Ht#wy apirha ^ England: the MAMMd uttWAM# of AB Amw^n MhoI*r who Is ih# r#co#ais#d Engllah authority on DOBUiM fOWMMMMt wh*P+V*f POPUtsr gOVtm- h#s Aourishad: sod so outoblogygphics! of th# yomootic eorear of * W*!ah* ^o yos# from A aho*-m*kera bench to Edwsfd Csird'a soccMsoy st the Uni- of Ghsgow. Tho iste Afternoon lee- 8ir Henry Jonaw deHvered at the Mtaing of A!eo hM zloMed every subsequent sunset on this ctmpua. He come s#nin Vtth th# fsttov members of the BritM Eduestions! Mlaaion in 1918, end delivered three ieetures on the Sharp Foundstion which you may read in the Rice Psmphlet. Pfo- feaaor MackaH waa aiao one of the tweive in- augurai iecturera. but becauae of hia inability to croaa the Atlantic .at the time, we had to be content with the written word of the ad- miraMe diacouraea on poetry which he pre- pared for that occaaion: theae diacouraea are aiao avaH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 September 1923

THE THRESHER :: HO US TON. TEXAS Interesting "faculty marriages" of the past summer included that of Coach Philip H. Arbuckte to Miss Ruth Curtin of Houston, on July 20. J. H. Chillman, instructor in archi- tecture, was married to Miss Dorothy Dawes of Cleveland, Ohio, on July 2. Miss Clara Davis, ex '25, and John Broadus Hathorn were married on Saturday, September 14, in Houston. Mr. Hathorn is a member of the Rice faculty. The following "Rice vacation mar- riage list" including home address, was issued from the office of the Registrar: June 18, Norman H. Ricker, Ph.D. '20, Sallie Lee, St. Louis, ex '25. 1107 Eagle avenue, Houston. June 20, Louise Beraud, '20, M. K. Griggs, 1415 Cleburne, Houston. June 12, Marion Eaton. '22, George L.Morrison, '23. June?, Lucy Zimmet, '21, Arthur B. Cain, '22. Yoakum, Texas. June 20. Hurt Hinkley, '23, Hor- tense Waist Anderson, Brownsville, Texas. June 28, Geane King, '23, Frantz Brogniez, '22. 1200 Southmore av- enue, Houston. May2, AlmaMiilican,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 September 1923

THE THRESHER HO US TON, TEXAS ConFf%fMf%on o/jMce ' Ajfyoc&3#on Following in the constitution of the Bice Students' Association, of which every man and woman in the school has the privilege of becoming a mem- her. T^e students of Rice organized into a self-governing body, and adopted this constitution, in the year 1917- 1918. Ne students, and old as well, are advised to read over this document and keep it on hand for purposes of reference. THE CONSTITUTION. Article 1—Name. The name of this association shai! be The Students' Association of Rice Institute. Articie 2—Function. The function of the association shall be to organize and oversee inter-eiass and inter-collegiate relations, class customs and privileges, and to direct such matters pertaining to the best interests of Rice Institute as come within the province of the student body. Article 3—Membership. Each bona fide student of-Rice In- stitute shall be a member of this as- sociation. (See by-law on definition of member.) Ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 September 1923

6 THE THRESHER :: HO US TON, TEXAS (Editors Note: The theatre Is the college student's chief place of amuse- ment. Believing that Rice students will enjoy and appreciate accurate reports of shows In Houston theatres, The Thresher has arranged for regu- lar weekly reviews aaid announce- ments. This column will be devoted entirely to the drama, silent and spoken, both Rice and professional. Any questions or suggestions will be apreciated and answered, if mailed to the Dramatic Editor. Thresher office.) Legitimate Stage. A play that not only keeps a per- son in wonderment but affords many t ea) laughs is one way of expressing "The Bad Man," which is being play- ed at the Patace Theatre this week. The writter umonditionaity recom- mends this week's production at the Patace to Rice students who crave something different and really enter- taining. "The Bad Man" is a story of American ranch iift- dose to the Mexican border. It is a conicdy, but its tremendous appeal next to the dynamic cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 October 1923

VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE. HOU8TON, TEXAS. OCTOBER 5, 1923 NUMBER 3 A&M Tn^!rr irwvBnP ) V v "Like it or not, by God it's Good!" —Ben Jonson. The '23 Campanile, edition extraor- dinaire, is off the press. Contrary to rumors oi last spring, it is not dedi- cated to Mr. Maxweii nor to Mr. Esch- er and its humor section has not seriousiy blotched the reputation of a single student. After so many bad things had been thought and said about the staff, it was something of a shock to discover that this same staff had had the judgment, the abiiity and the perseverance to publish a volume of such unexpected merit. The i)i wiii of ali the Gods has ben caiied down upon the head of John Hornbuckte. Curiously enough, some of those who condemned him ioudest were the same ones who re- fused to assist him in editing the book iast year. But whatever has been said, whatever has been thought, the outstanding quality of the book vindicates the editor from first to last. It is a late book but it is a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 October 1923

2 THE THRESHER :: HO US TON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston. Tex**. Entered a* second class matter October 17, MM 6. at the postoffiee in Houston, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Bubscription Rates $2.00 per Year. M)c per Copy E Oren Arnoid Kditor-in-Chief Robert Vaden Logsdon Business Manage Business Associates HaiHannan Circulation Manawer Allison Oryden Advertising B. F. Potts Advertising Editoria! Sta^ For This issue W. D. Withlnton. Walter Bames. Elmer !^e Sunmiers. Ray L. Rountree. Jack Glenn, flcr- aldine Jennings. J. Lawrence Moore. Mary Louise Ford, fanny Bess Emery. Hazel Cannon. R T. Wilbanks, Nathan Diamond. Ceorgc Williams, '27 SCANDAL. Now the regret tomes that Freshman themes often emanate from "Sloppy Stories" or some similar publication. No Slime, seeing this statement will get had ideas, for this is news to no one who has attended the in- formal discussion groups that meet in the dorms. Psychology...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 October 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS PreporcJ— (Continued from Page 1.) a Mne on what crew worko beat to- gather. , Saturday'* aerap ia mere!y a practice scrimmage preparatory to the Conference game with Arkanaaa on October 13. Much Competition The most encouraging thing about the Rice varsity is the knowiedge that competition is keen for aM positions. No man has any piace cinched. Cer- tainty, a number of candidates have shown outstanding ability and it is not difficult to make some accurate guesses as to "who wii! piay where." As was to be expected, Chariie Swartz, Captain of the team, is taking the lead in the baekReid. He is a side-stepping haifback without an equal in Texas. Marion Wiiford, a man of similar buiid, and Percy Har- ris, Jack Hopkins and one or two others are making strong bids for haifback aiso. Simpson and Smith are taking the iead for fuiiback. Both are latter man. Chambers, Caivin and Rich are the outstanding quarterback*. AM three probably wiH be given workouts Sat-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 October 1923

4 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS About 20 Rice student* and an equal number of the younger town crowd enjoyed the past weekend at the John T. Scott summer home on the bay as the guests of Miss Martha Scott and AHie Mae Autry. Besides the pledge day results at Texas University printed in our iast issue, announcement has been made by Kappa Sigma fraaemity of the piedging of Lamar Cecii, '23, from Bice. Texas B!ue Print and Supply Co. Phone Preston 4%)7 5)4 Fannin Street Houston, Texas ja:rmrrn i i n mt i.mniriMi'iin inn" nLmnm: ainnn 11 nmmrrrn i tmnirrt tu SAVINGS DEPARTMENT SAFETY BOXES The worid smiies on the man or woman possessed of a sub- stantial savings account SOUTH TEXAS COMMERCIAL NAT!0NAL BANK rm r< * )<))<) t! < < t! t! ) 11 t t < t 11 t < t rt 11) t! t' ' t uu.! t r Ameirca's Change^Thought oH Wc<;chc3 Penpte are finding out that n.';t!:i-ng is more ttian a cheap watch. They are buying watches today, nut as mere pieces of /frr.-Ai', hut for v.h::t...

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

^ (A .JUL JE5# 'Wi VOLUME DC R!CE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12, 1923 NUMBER 4 J. Frank Norris, ant! this and anti that—including evolution and Baylor University — directs fundamentalist artiiiery against the Rice science de- partment. The biology department, he implied, is headed by a chimpanzee. Perhaps J. Frank is right. But if he is, isn't Rice to be complimented iot- having the world's only chimpan zee capable of being a university pro- fessor? Between lecture and lab pe- riods, let's put the professor in a tent and charge tourists a dime to see him, thereby making money to erect a girls dormitory. * * * One of the first to defend Dr. Al- tenburg in the bio-theo-logical squab- ble was Dr. E. H. Willisford, pastor of the First Congregational Church, Stratford and Whitney streets. Dr. Willisford attended Rice last year and is attending classes again this fall. With gray hair indicating an age of maturity, with a pastorship indi- cating a respect for his ability, with a de...

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

$ THE THRESHER A a*pp.yt pnbUg*d by th. HudMto of Kit* tMtitut* Houotoa. TMt-o. ]Cnt*f*d M ««H)4 ctw m*tt*r Octch#r M. MM. *t th* PO-toHte* ta Houxton. TexM. ""d*r th* Mt o( March !. HT!. M M por Y«tr. Mb p*r Copy A Otw AwwM Edttor-tn-ChM vitdM^Ltwdon MtwM StnK m-y LM Edtto, Jaoa Oteaa 8cort< Editor i' Dfgmattc Editor gtnidiy J*nninzs Society Editor Ha*^ C*cn*n Co ed Feature Editor BaoiMM Atnoeistee ?s! Mennan Circuitttion Mentmer AiiiMo Dryden AdverthinK B. F. Pott* Advertising Waiter BarnM^Ma^Youhe Ford, Fanny Bess Emery. Martha France. Hiii. R. T. Wit- bank*, Katherine Wood, Ben Duxtan, George Wiiiiams. Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree. Lottie Gray. A FIELD FOR WRITERS. Members of the Rice Dramatic Ciub and a number of other students this week have been particularly in- terested in the comedy offered at the Palace Theatre. The play is "Hot Air,' 'a comedy "done in oil." It was written by George Watters and Paul Wakefield, both young men of Hous- ton. "Hot Air" is of particular in...

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

THE R EBH E R HOUSTON, TEXAS 8KWAL8. "What WM the excitement in c!aa* thtz morning?" ^ "Nothing much. One of the ioot- baH men WM doling, and when the prof read off the alignment he did an end run." "That's one on me." said the dog, s he scratched himself irantieaHy. -Log. WHY SHE CB!ED. Stranger—What's the matter, Ht- tie girl!" TiHie—Boo-hoo! Wiiiie's gone 'n took me twin sister t' th' movies, t'nhin' she wuz me." George—I'd iove to marry Edna. Do you think there is any hope for me? Mamie—I think so; but Edna says you're hopeiess. Sale of "Two Up" Golf Clubs Low prices bring; the pleasures and benefits of goif to Rice students "Two Up" Wooden Clubs $1.98 Weii baianeed Brass- ies and Drivers, prop- eriy made with good leather covered hand- DUNLOP Engiish Made Goif Baits 39c Each or $4.50 a Doz. "Two Up" (OH Q Q Mashie ^)P-L*yO $8.95 Bag and 4 Clubs $8.95 Bag in light weight high count duck, in white, together with "Two-Up" Brassie, -Midiron, Mashie and Putter. "TwoU;." [r.nC!;.l,s ...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOIHTON, TEXAS OWLS IN ACTION AT FIRST Lower !eft—Lawrence and Chambers about t« fat) on Mayes of Sam Houston. CampbeH on the ground at the right. Lower right—Wiiford on a right end run against Sam Houston. Rice Hotel Barber Shop Invites Your Patronage Finest Shop in South EMcient Barbers Work Guaranteed Manicuring R. 1. BARBATO, Manager rm t 11 u i!) n n t t m ) < ! m t rrmrrtu m rt rn < rn We Carry a Comp!ete Line o# ATHLEHC EQU)PMENT Sporting Goods a^id Go!f Suppiies EXPERT TENNtS RACKET RESTRiNGtNG TEXAS SPORTtNG G000S CO., !MC. 807-9 Travis St. Across From Cotton Hote) Phone Preston 234 t jjj-ujjjjjunirnmnrri rm n tm t * m Mn m ) rmn-rr "Always the Best at Fair Price" is what you get when you buy a pair of ^NAR^r* Aiade of genuine Russia Calfskin, black or tan leath- ers. Wingfoot rubber heels, rock oak soles. (Continued from Page 1.) at the pace he set Saturday. "Sutty" made many gains and put over the on!y Owl touchdown. Line Men "Strut Their Stuff." Smi...

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

VOLUME !X ^.t,,.., .u.) s, ^ ^&.,,, y JE^ ,, —' 'S't- RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, OCTOBER 19, 1923 NUMBER 5 "When in the end. the one great scorer !teeords against your name: He writes—not whether you won or tout. Hut how you piayed the Kame." A usually very demure little co-ed whirted nervously into the Thresher offics Tuesday morning. Pretty gray eyes were blinking; tears were about to fait. She held her lips in a )ta!f pout, and carried a crinkted ietter in her hand. "Please telt me something about our team," she fairty bturted it out. "I have a ietter here from my hateful brother at A. & M. ' He said Rice is a jeilybean schooi to iet Arkansas bent us, and that A. & M. is going to teat us to shreds. I've got to have something to come back at him. Can you teii me why Rice didn't beat Ar- kansas?" * * * Newspaper men are required to be versatile at ait times; to meet every requirement, master it, then wait for another. But the iittie co-ed sprung one which The Thres...

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

THE THRESHER :: HO US TO N, TEXAS OWL CATECHISM (A department conducted by The Thresher for the information, recre- ation and the mentai and spiritual betterment of its reader).) Question. What is the Rice Insti- tute Answer. A 800 acre experiment station devoted to raising a Hne va- riety of hedges and freshmen. Q. Where is it located? A. Right across the street from the Houston Zoo. Q. By whom was it founded? A. By a phiianthropic gentieman who had greater faith in the saving grace of education than anybody eise has. Q. Why is it caiied an "Institute?" A. Heaven oniy knows. Q. What sorts of studies are pur- sued there? A. Science, some Letters, and a !ittie Art. Q. Of whom is its personnel main- ly composed? A. Of freshmen, waiters, seniors, proffs, janitors, students, and ath- letes. Q. What may be said of the hab- its, economic importance, and chief distinguishing characteristics of these beings ? A. They will be dealt with sep- THE RICE THRESHER A weekly newtptptr pubtbhed by t...

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

TH E THBBSHER HOU8TON. TEX AS MCEANDTHE THEATRES Pattce Hw<a Again. The Majeotic Ptayer* at the Palace Theatre are Moring another hit this week in their presentation of Fred Jackson's "Naughty Wife." What would you think of a man, who on finding out Ma wife ia going to eiope with another man, heipa her to get packed and then pieka out a loveiy and romantic piace to apend their honeymoon! That ia exactly what Raymond Bramley as Hilary Farrington, a novelist, doea for his wife Eloi8e Farrington alias Lillian Foster. But that's not half of it, he also— oh well that would be spoiling the play for you. The play this week centers about the excellent acting of LiHian Foster, Edith Spear. Ewing Cherry and the unexcelled Raymond Bramley. Other members in the cast who play minor roles are: Hazel Read- ing, Lawrence Keating, Geo. R. Tay- lor and Franklin George. Each mem- ber portrays his part weil. The stage setting in the second and third acts is especially good. Eddie Sauer and his orche...

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

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS CTMHrPRFS OF THE AT^JEfjT * AfcDon^tf Brown The droopy iooking woman had stood serosa the street for more than an hour, so Burt remembered tater. He had chanced to notice here gazing at the station bat had thought noth- ing of it. It was a busy street any- way, and tonight ait the ears seemed to come up at once. Andy was acting an cashier and stayed inside with the cans of iube. T. J. was heiping Burt but he had not noticed the woman. They "worked tike heii", however he!! works, unti! about nine ten, then a !itt!e shower fet! and the cars stopped coming. Rain frightens the pteasure drivers. When the customers ceased to stop at the tittte Serv-U fitting station, the three boys, two of them ctad in the most democratic of greasy overatts, assembled inside with the cashier and automaticaiiy drifted into one of those impromptu tatks typicat of coi- tcnc students. Some haif an hour had passed, with more rain and no cus- tomers, when the woman peered around the s...

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