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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 October 1923

' THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS 1923 RICE OWLFOOTBALL SOUAD LS George ("Grandpa") Wood, former footbaH sensation of Houston Cen- tra) High School, was elected captain of the Rice Freshman squad immedi- ately after the Slimes rushed upon the field against the Heights eieven tast Saturday. With his congeniality, ability and footbaH knowiedge, "Grandpa" wilt make a valuable leader, coaches be- tieve. He is oneofthecaimestand most consistent gridsters that have been seen on the Owt gridiron. Wood is big. fast and powerfu). He is a whiz at the forward passing gann- atid a sensation on broken fietd run- ning. She—Do you enjoy fighting with women? tit' Oh. t]iketohaveth"'iiUt)i': arms against me oecasionaity. Top row, left <o right—Coach Arbuckle, Hopkins, Middle row left to right—Haie. Klotz. Hey Womack, Glover,Prather, Goodrich. Kendrick. SuHivan. Williams. Rans<m. Chastain, Red, Grossman. Smith, Ray, Harris, Heliin, Reece. Lawrence. ck, Hich. Bottom row ieft to right—Chambers, Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 October 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS " ' ' & "SLIME" FRESHMAN taw w a . By JRojren f UJWAT'S THAT) t-1 SLIME*?'! 6-9AL- 6AH*t NEW STAWOS ARE TO BE READY FOR OKLAHOMA GAME Seating Capacity of 7500 Promised; Unsightly Structures to be Re- moved. According to J. T. McCants and Piifgy Sewell, business manager of athletics, the new grandstands at Rice Field wit! be ready for the Ricc- Okiahuma game scheduled October 13. The tdd stands had become so un- safe under the storms of enthusiastic football fans of the past, that new "ties became necessary. Aton^ the north side a large grand- stand will stretch from goal line to nual line. The unsightly bleachers toward the field house will be de- molished, as well as the ancient field hfusc on the other end, to make room for this improvement. As usual this stand willbeoccu- piedby Rice student body and rooters. The present capacity will be in- creased to about 7500. THREE SCHOOLS HONOR BLAYNEY WtTHMGREES Litnisey Hlayney, Ph.D.. professor of Germa...

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

jjgnHL VOLUME IX MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, 1923 NUMBER 6 Mm* TiMth*s sFHwHMy ! S#y#!Vv A little study in conversation: "He didn't go to the game. Bayou! Bayou!" "Were you there?" "Sure. I'm an athlete! Bayou for him." "But he didn't have money enough to pay his blanket tax." "Anybody can gather four-bits for a ticket. Bayou!" "Have you paid your bianket tax?" "Weii, no. The athletes get into the games free, so we don't have to." "Do you get The Thresher?" "Sure. Everybody does." "On!y members of the Students As- sociation shouid get them." "Weii, there are pienty of them, anyway." "Do you read The Owl?" "Sure. My room-mate takes it." "Did you get a Campanile?" "No, but I read one. The athletic section was pretty rotten, wasn't it?" "Do you go to the Dramatic Ciub plays?" "No. I'm not an actor." "But this boy isn't a football play- er." "That makes no difference; he hasn't even enough spirit to come to the game. He won't support his school. Bayou! Bayou!" * * * The m...

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

THE THRESHER :: H 0 US TON, TEXAS ! Q THE THRESHER A vwHy Mwpspar pubtMxd by the <tndent< of Rice tnatttvtt at Houston. Icxys. Entered at Mcond et<m mattM- October 17. HH. at the po*to<Hee in Houxtun. Toxen. under the act of March !. 1879. Butmriptton Ha tee M OO per Year. Me per Copy E. Oren Arnotd Editor-tn-Chtef W. D. WitMnton Manatttnz Editor Robert Vaden London Bueineea Manager Edttoriai Staff JaehGtenn Sports Editor J. Lawrence Moore Dramatic Editor Geratdine Jennings Society Edttor Haaei Cannan Co-ed Feature Editor ButineM A*'Oc!ate* HaiHannan Circuiation Manager Aitition Dryden Advertising B. F. Potts Advertising Staff Reporters Waiter Barnes. Mary Louise Ford. Fanny Bess Emery. Martha Frances Hitl. R. T. Wii- banks. Katherine Wood. Ben Duggan. George Wittiams. Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree. Lottie Gray. "WE WANT CHIVALRY." Last week, one of the profess- ors remarked that students lack- ed chivalry in the mess-hall. That professor is one of the most esteemed men ...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS JB' t" K-'. La Revue By Irene I noticed that the Idlers Club held a reunion at the game Saturday. Three of the former semi-trat tights sat opposite the Rice rooting section, in the South stands. They were Messrs. Sam Fiteh, Ben MiteheM and George Red. Each had a date which of course, excuses their absence from the rooting section. Miss Aiiie Mae Autry was the oniy giri I couid rec- ognize at the distance. I think she was with Mr. Fitch. Miss Mary Trammeii was in another nearby box The iittie group was seen to yeit quite ioudiy on one occasion. * * * Didn't think I wouid do it, did you ? Weii, iast week I said, "If anything provokes me to mention names in this coiumn it wiii be those students who arrive with dates iate at the game tomorrow, sit in a far end of the stands and ye!i in a "dignified man- ner." I may be more courageous than discreet, but—there you are. I have some more names. Most of them are out of town Freshmen who didn't yeli Saturday, an...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS LM3 ) ' T catTMLPuv: SOUTH MM X) MMKMM Centra! High School wiH meet the strong eleven from South Park High of Beaumont tomorrow morning on Rice Field. The contest wit) start promptly at 10 o'clock. Central had an easy time defeating the Eagle Lake lads last Saturday and ran up 30 points in the first half. In the last half, however, the Eagle Lake team rallied and the Centralites were unable to score a single point. The final score was 30 to 0. In the second period, Coach Sher- man's pupils dashed over Eagle Lake's goal line for four touchdowns and 24 points. Long end runs and forward passes featured this quarter. Line plunges also gained considerably for the Centralites. Of the five touchdowns made by the Houston aggregation three were made by Tom Sawyer, clever half- back, one by Brunson, and one by "Punk" Cumming. Sawyer played a brilliant game throughout. Centra! was weak on the try for points and did not make a single extra tatty. The Eagie Lake ta...

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

VOLUME :x RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 3, 1923 NUMBER 7 )A! FOR REUM!QM Of EXRtCE STUKS Lovett and Baker Will Be Asked to Speak at Home-Coming. The Rice "Home-Coming" program for ex-studes and atumni was an- nounced Thursday, following a meet ing at the University Club Sunday of the Sociai Committee of the As- sociation of Rice Aiumni. Beginning Thanksgiving evening, the program is to be as follows: 8 o'clock—Reception and supper in Commons. 9:30—Rice Dramatic Club Plays, Autry House. 10:30—Dancing at Autry House, Dr. Edgar Odelt Lovett, president of the Institute, and Captain James A. Baker, chairman of the Board of Rice Trustees, will be asked to speak at the reception, the announcement stated. The news letter notifying members, and the invitations to the guests of the association, will be sent out with- in the coming week. Members of the Social Committee are Mrs. J. H. Pound '16, Miss Ruth Daugherty '17, J. P. Markham '18, Miss Sarah L. Lane '19, Mrs. J. W. Dain '21, ...

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

2 THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE RICE THRESHER A wttHy newspaper pubMnbed by the students of Rtct fnstitute #t Houston. Texss. Entered ss seeond ct*ss matter October tT. 1H16. at the postofftee tn Houston. Texas, under the act of March a. !H79. Hubstription Bats* $2.00 per Year. He per Copy E. OrenArnotd Edttor-in-Chief J. Lawrence Moore ManaKtnft Edttor Robert Vaden Logsdon Bustness Manager Edttoriat Staff Watter Barnes Associate Editor JackOenn Sports Editor Geraidtne Jennings Society Editor HazeiCannan Co-ed Feature Editor Business Associates HaiHannan Circutation Manager J. AHisonDrytien Advertising Manager G. W. Martin Advertising Sta<f Reporters Kern Tips. Mary Louise Ford. Fanny Hess Emery. Martha Frances Hi)). R. T. Witbanks. Katherine Wo<si. Hen Huggan. Gtorge WiMiamx. Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree, Lottie Gray. May Hit-key, Jutian Muench. THRESHER HEADQUARTERS Headquarters for The Thresher have been es- tablished in 104 Administration Building. This office conta...

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

THE THB ESHER :: HOUSTON, TEX A HA: OPEJVgf FOR SLZAfES; CO^CHE<S ^AWOMVCFD This is the season of blue cards and t'esoiutions. Freshmen athietes we being to)d to hump it, and as a resuit assignments have been made for coaching those of the first year men who need heip. A !ist is printed beiow giving the assignments. "This list is not com- plete but contains onty the names of those men who have turned in sub- jects in which they are weak," the committee chairman said. Any man whose name is not on the iist and who feeis that he needs some attention should see Lonnie Thomas in room 501 East or J. S. Watt in room 406 East. "Until we find out better we will assume that the freshmen football men whose names are not on the list are all right in their courses at pres- ent. If not, they should see to the matter at once," Watt declared. The upperclassmen are urged to see that their freshmen get the proper coaching. Coaching List. The iist was given out as follows: Freshmen Upperclassmen Mo...

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

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS SHOULD RICE HAVE A CAFETERIA? w$ BEN DUGGAN WOULD STOP YELUNG IN MESSHALL (Editor's Note—The following let- ter, on eleven typewritten pages, came to The Thresher unsolicited The Thresher does not necessarily en- dorse the views taken by the writer, but the entire staff appreciates the frankness of the criticism, however caustic or unmerited it may appear to some. The tetter summarizes the side of the messhaii question opposite to that taken editoriaiiy by The Thresh- er. Further communications on this and other subjects of student interest witi be welcomed at aii times, al- though limited space wit) require that future letters for publication be not more than 300 words in length.) To the Editor of The Thrsher. The purpose of this letter is con- structive criticism, and is prompted by no other motive than for the gen- eral welfare of Rice. "Chivalry in the Messhall"seems to be the poputar theme for editorials )ate!y in The Thresher. From these editorials,...

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

THE THRESHE R :: HOUSTON, TE XAS La Revue By Irene "My omt *ndtnt haww), yo uamywe truno vjf." —BoecnetaT Which, being translated very liber- ally, means—"To be interesting, tell the truth audaciously." * * * Irene is sorry about a few things. I regret, for instance, that iast week's Thresher appeared immediately after The Rice Owi, thereby causing that compendium of aiieged humor to take a back seat. I fee! complimented, however, in the knowledge that except for my column even The Thresher would have been a passive periodical. I don't mind throwing bouquets at myself, so long as people think I am Sybilmarie Denniston, or George Wil- liams or Marie Davis or J. Lawrence Moore. I get a kick out of the cam- pus conjecturing as to who I am. It doesn't matter who I am. Call me popular opinion, if you want. I am Ku Klux enough to enjoy the mask of anonymity; and, like Pathe's Weekly, I "Sees All, Knows All." * * * They did it again. They probably will do it some more. Fitch and Mitchell a...

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

TIKE THBB SHE B :: H O CSTON. T EX AS Minutes of Rice Student Council At the last regular meeting of the Students Council, T. Moore, secre- tary of the Council, was instructed to keep an accurate account of the min- utes of the Council and to publish ver batim the minutes of each meeting in The Thresher. Following are the minutes of Sep- tember 84 and October 4: The Students Council of Riee In- stitute met in special session Septem- ber 24, 1923, in room 204 A. B. at 1:30 p. m. Meeting called to order by Acting President Jean Sproule. Members present were: Jean Sproule, acting president; J. P. McKean, treasurer; T. W. Moore, secretary; H. B. Penix, W. R. Shult, R. H. Ray, F. J. StanelHT, L- C. Carter. Nominations for secretary were catted for and Penix nominated T. W. Moore, who was unanimously elected to the office. The question of the election by the Council of a member of the Freshman class was brought up by the presi- dent, but due to the fact no one would nominate any Freshman,...

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

VOLUME HC MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS. NOVEMBER 9. 1923 NUMBER 8 Present Musicians Are The First To Receive Awards: Minutes Of Council Meeting. Members of the Owl Band this year wiH be awarded "a white sweater of same quality aB given footbaii letter men" to quote the Student's Council, provided they iive up to certain ruies and regulations regarding member- ship in the band. Announcement of this fact came from the councii upon the adoption of a biH stipuiating the requirements for membership in the band. The 1923-24 band will be the first to re- ceive the award. The biii, passed in extraordinary session on October 18, wiii be printed in next week's Thresher. ******* By JMonde Co-ed; ******* AtytMtyfanf A near tragedy in one act occurred in the chemistry iaboratory during the performance of the freshman ciass Monday afternoon. One zeaious young lady chemist bent too far down over the bottle of nitric acid and the fumes rose into her right eye. Consternation reigned. Her face began...

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

<3 THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS A wtakty Mwtpsper publtahctt hy the <tude*nt< of Rtee !mtitut* <tt Houston. Tox** Entered M itteond ctaso nutter October IT. IMS, at the pontofflet In Houston. Tmtss under the Act of March S, t879. SxbMr)pt<on Hafen !3.<M per Year, )0c per Copy. E. Orm Arnold Edttof-in43hief J. LawrenteMoore Manaztng Editor Robert Vaden Logsdun Business Mananer Edttoria) Staff Wa)t;r Marnen Associate Editor Jath Glenn Sports Editor (.eraidtnt-Jtnninps Society Edttor HazeiCannan Co-ed Feature Editor Sarah Lane Ex-Studes Editor Business Associates H-liimmatt Circulation ManaKf' J. Allison Urydtn Advertising Manattt-r (i.W. Martin Advertising Staff Reporters K< : n 1'it - Mary [ Ftitd. Fanny ii'*Ks Hmcy. Martha Frances Hill, R. T. Wilbanhs. Kathtrin'< Wuod. Men UoKMan. Ceotge Williatns, Sadie McLean, Ray i, Rountree Lottie Cray. M:iy Mickey. Julian Mmnch. I tried her on the sofa I tried her on the chair, ! tried her on the window Heat But I cou...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS STARS OF THE GAME Scrappy Blue-Gray War riors Hold Heavier Longhorns in Sur prising Manner. Rice students came home last Sun- day intensely pleased with the show ing their gritty iittie band of Owi warriors made against eoact Stew- art's formidable Longhorn machine on Clark Fieid, holding the Texas gang to a 27 to 0 score. The Iittie Owi famiiy was convinced that the o!d Rice fight had returned and that coach Arbuckie's gang has a good chance to win every other game this season. It may have ben that the Longhorns did not have to fight, but Rice cieariy outfought them and in the Hrst quar- ter outplayed them. Texas had the most efficient machine, but Rice had the Rght and the grit to carry on in the face of aimost certain defeat. The Owis put everything they had into the game and threw not oniy a sur- prise but a scare into the Longhorns. Between haives the Texas Cowboys paraded upon the Held in a pretty fashion. They left no time for the Rice rooters t...

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

n K B': ! 1 R Stop Press News (News brief*, pat on the the last Minute.) st MRS. WALTER F. Si'RINGALL Who, before her marriage Tuesday, was Miss Dorothy Ratcliff. Both bride and groom are ex-Rice students. The wedding of Miss Julia Rattlilf and Waiter F. Springati, which oc- curred on November 6, attracted the interest of a host of friends among Rice students and atumni. Both bride and groom formerly attended Rice. 'the marriage was solemnized at the First Presbyterian church with iJr. Uitliani States Jacobs reading the st [ \ it-e. The church was adorned with bankings of palms and ferns and tail ilnor baskets of white wicker fitted ^ittt white ehrysanthemums. Attendants at the ceremony includ- ed Miss Dorothy Ratcliff. sister of the bride. Mrs. Antone Wessendorf and Misses Virginia Brown, Frankie \taude Murphy, K!izaheth Springat], t'!dna{ii)mer,.!eanette Jackson and MaryKdnaMcK'Hop. F. Dought of San Antonio at- tended thegt'oonsasb'stmanand tlie groutnsmen were Fred Boettcher, Ura...

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

A ^ VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 16, 1923 NUMBER 9 And now it's A. & M. Comment on a Rice—A. & M. game witt amount to little, even though ev ery student, atumnus and friend of the Institute longs to speak some word of encouragement to the team. When hearts are fuii, words are elusive. But when the spirit is right, words are unnecessary. The piayers themeseives, better than all the writers, aii the rooters and aii the spectators, realize the im- portance of tomorrow's battie. May God heip the Owis to piay a man's game, a sacrificing and a fighting game. If they do that they wiii have piayed a winning game, regardiess of the scoring. against odds." * * * Which brings to mind the fact that the Southwestern visit was not alto- gether satisfactory. Rice is not ac- customed to methods commonly re- ferred to as "dirty footbaii." A foot- baii team rejects accurately the stan- wards of the school it represents. Un- sportsmanlike playing and hatf-heart- ed team s...

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

2 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS THE A weekly newspaper ttubMahfd by the studsnts of Rloe institute st Houston. Texas Entered as second c)tM matter October !7, !9!6. at the postoWioe in Houston. Tew under the Act of March it. M7B. SMbser^tten Hat** M.OU per Year, !0c per Copy. & Oren Arnotd J. Lawrence M<*;re 4? Robert VadenLogHdon Business Manager EdMariatStaN Walter Barnes , Jack Glenn !?!)!!!!!! Cera)d)mJtnninK* HatetCannan SMXX Sarah Lane Ex-Studes hdttor Bu^nca% AaMciat## HatHannan CtreujaMmt J. AllixonDrydsn Advertising Manager U. W. Martin Advertising St*C Reporter* Ktrn Tips. Mary Louise Ford Fanny Hnu ry. Martha Frances HH!. R T. WUbanka. Katherine Ms n Dugnan, Heome WiMiamh, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree Lottie Gray, May Hic^ey, Julian Muench. TO WIN OR NOT TO WIN. The varsity won, the Slimes won, Heights won and Centra) Avon. Verily, it was a big week-end for Houston football teams. The Rice Varsity, Arbuckle's varsity, our varsity, snapped out of a run of unfortun...

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

" f a THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS /t V Af Game— (Continued from Page 1.) the Mae, however * bedpan center eaused a fumhie. South- recovered. Then followed a 50-yard run by Qunn, the 130-pound haMheck eent in to replace "The Sheik". Thiaboyran through the entire Owi eleven. Side-stepping, dodging, puehing, he ran past the baeMeld and was finally downed by Simpson on Biee's one yard Mne. Five Pirate bucks, one extra on a penalty, failed to put the oval over, and the ball went to the Owle just ae the whistle blew. The game was characterized by beautiful runs by Swartz and Wiiford. Harris made some ground and played admirable defense. Hale and Camp- bell played their usuai good game. "Bubba" was "out" three times, due to the rough playing of the end op- posite him, and had to be carried from the Held after the third thrust. Pra- ther and Wiiford exchanged heaithy punts with the "Sheik", turning in better averages than he. Uirich Injured. Due to his injured shoulder Camille Uirich, t...

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

8S ——— M2A (!VB Three on-act ptays will constitute the initial hi!! of the Rice Dramatic Club, which will open its third season on the evenings of November 22 and 23. "Ho!bein in B!ackfriars," a comedy having as its atmosphere the Black- friars section of London in the time of Henry VIII witl be the Rrst pre- sentation. The comedy arises from the anviety of "Bluff King Ha!" to get accurate advance information on the persona! charm of Anne of Cloves, his prospective German bride. The action of the p!ay takes ptace in Hol- bein's lodging, a famous Dutch art- ist, who has been given the order of painting a portrait of Anne for the King. This p!ay comes from the pens of Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, and Thomas Wood Stevens. Guy Rait is directing this p!ay and the cast is as foMows: Holbein, Hyman Pienn; Henry VIII, John Jameson; Maxon, Henry Penix; Meg, Mary Austin; Mistress Chepster, Helen McCuUough; Cromwel!, Fred Sheiton; and art pa- trons, H. Hitson and Fred Sheiton. Semt at) Subscription...

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