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

<&* VOLUME !X MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 23, 1923 NUMBER 10 wrf nmtaww VMM a m v# That scrappy little bunch of Owls— what words could form a fitting trib ute to them? Heroes, not solely because they won a football game, but because they won a very hard game against big odds. Saturday's spectacle was an impressive demonstration of what can be done upon the exertion of proper wiii power and effort. The Owls' play proved to 8000 spectators that morale is more valuable than strength; that brains are more pow- erful than brawn, even in a game de- voted primarily to physical skill. * * * The immediate after effects of the game were harmful- Joyous rooters taxed their endurance to the limit. The emotional calm following th6 storm did not set in until Monday, because throughout Sunday the storm of victory was still raging. But the good effects will come. Vic- tory brings more happiness, more universal satisfaction. It puts the entire school in a more broad-minded and cha...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 November 1923

TH E THRESH ER :: H OUSTON, TEXAS A imhty n*wtptp*r puMLtbed by th. <tud*nt< of Ric ttuttitutt Homton. Tew Entzr*d M Meond ci*w m*Mw October 17. m*. <t the po<to<HM in Homton. T.x** andw the Act of Mtwh 4. W9. Sii.M per Year, !0c per Copy. E Oren Arnold ...... Editor-tn^CMaf r !^wSenM Mttor Robert Veden Lotmdon Buetnew ManMer Aeeochte Editor 8porte Editor Society Editor C<Md Feature Editor Ex-Studu Editor Editori*! 8te!f Waiter Barnee Jack Gienn GeraidineJenninn' HateiCannan Sarah Lane Bmin.M Aetotiatet Hs) Human Ctroutation Manager ^AMSS*Pryde. ..' AdvertM^ MM-Mr G.W.Martin Adverti.in* Kern Tips, M)H*y Louise Ford. Fanny Hess Emery, Martha Frances HiH, R. T. WHbanka, Kathenne Wood. Men Dmcxan. Ceorxe Wi!Hams, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree Lottie Gray. May Hickey, Julian Muench. A LEADER OF YELLS. AND MEN. Blonde, kinky hair, "slicked" back— Frank open face, with the "Eveready Smile"— Medium stature. Fingers that manipulate an artists pen or brush with adroitness— ...

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

THE TH RESHEB H OUSTO N. TE XAS F%g'Af?ng' (Continued from Pago 1.) The A. A M More came in a differ- ent manner. After 'ending in a string of fresh men and after slipping over a nice forward pa*', the Aggies buck- ed to the 1 yard line. They had a foot to go for Arst down. Three made the foot—four more to make the goai. The first buck gained a few inches, the second iost the Aggies two yards. The third advanced to the two-foot iine again. The fourth man dived over by a mat- ter of inches. The Big ThriiL Then came THE thriii of the game. The score was 7 to 9, Rice leading. A. & M. iined up for the try for point. Big Biii Hanna, a sure-shot drop or piace kick man, fell back to boot the tieing point. The Bice rooters yeiied furiousiy. "Ready Rice, Ready A. & M.?"— the referee's whistie biew. A few snappy, confident signals from the Aggie quarter. The ba!i snapped. Big Bill poised gracefuiiy, swung his toe against the bai! and drove it straight into the chest of Roy Chambers, R...

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

La Revue By Irene To The Thresher: We beat A. & M.! And everyone concedett that a large part of the credit is due to the rooting section— the toyal band of students who stayed behind the team and plucky Jack Gienn in spite of everything. Part of the rooting section—not a small one, either—was made up of ioyai whiteciad girls with blue bal- loons—at least the ioyai giris were in white! It's inconvenient to dress in white when one has a new winter frock with which to impress the onlookers. But iet's send inconvenience to the winds—or to the piace to which we so affectionate)y consigned the Aggies! It is doubttess true that the Rice Owls were a trifte inconvenienced dur- ing the game, after it, and in the hours of practice before the game— but did they back down on the job? We all know the answer to that ques- tion. But there is also something to say about some other co-eds—co-eds who would be the first to resent being calied distoyal, who did not wear white to the game with A. &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

' * T-3T TEH^HP!9)^ Jth^ Ma VOLUME nc MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 39, 1923 NUMBER H H3H7 A V HP ^ TI n^ni#jLjLA^ n jr v^n^L n# RETURN TO CAMPUS Rice is particularly glad today to welcome T. C. U. to the Southwestern Conference, and to welcome renewal of athletic relations between the two schoois. T. C. U. is Texas' most northern university; Rice is the state's most southern university. Clean competition between the two wii! result in the advertisement of both, and the consequent advertising of the ideals in scholarship for which they stand. Education must be ad- vertised, just as chewing gum or vic- trolas. The desire for education must be created in the masses of persons; they must be made to want, knowl- edge, just as advertising makes them want Mr. Wrigley's products. Spec tacular competition in sports is the universities' big advertising medium) With the admission of T. C. U., the Southwestern Conference now has in one compact organization the cream of the Southwest'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS *sa^^ss=. A wwkty aaw.Mper puhMihed by the student! of Rice Institute *t Homttua. Texts Entered M second claw Better October !7, MM. st the pottojTice in Houston. TmtM under the Act of Msrch !. M79. !2.00 per Yetr, lf)c per Copy. E. OrenArnoM J. Lawrence Moore M-yginzEdhor Robert YadenLogsdon Bminwi Manager Editorts) Btntf Waiter Barn^ As^hte Editor Jack Gtenn (ieratdine Jennings ^ HateiCannan &w<d^)reMj*af Sarah Lane Ex-3tudes Editor Business Associates HatHannan Circulation Manazer J. AilisonDryden Advertising Manayer G.W.Martin Advertising Staff Reporter* Kvrn Tips. Mary Louiae Ford. Fanny Meas Emery, Martha France* HiH, R. T. Wilbanks, Katherine Wood. Men Dmman, George WHHams, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree Lottie Gray, May Hiehey. Juiian Muench. "FOR RJCE HOJVOR" ^-15^ far on; d- p- p- <9- ' ..p- Z? "i'or Rice's Honor" has become famous as one of the prettiest of a!) col- tege songs, it is a symbol in music of the idea) of every Rice stud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS 3 THE RiCE CREDO ta H. L. MeaehtH md Gww JMH and at those to whom they MM to acknowtedge thdr !a- WE, THE STUDENTS OF RICE INSTITUTE, CHEER. FULLY RELIEVE: I. That every giri who crones her legs does so for ditptay purposes/ II. That the rough dancing at school hops is done by intruders from town. HI. That the head janitor of the Insti- tute receives a larger salary than the President of the University of Texas. IV. Tha+ ail unmarried profs, are either dittsolufe or he-Dians. V. That unlimited quantities of booze can be easily secured at the Turning Basin. VI. That hay-!ofts in barns are no longer used chiefly for storing hay. VII. That the president visits the In- stitute twice a month. VIII. That biology lab. assistants will pass any girl who bestows proper at- tentions upon them. IX. That freshmen need to be tamed. X. That to play society, money and a car are the only essentials. XI. That certain of our athletes tough- en themselves by avoiding all und...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

JAt hGLEW.RM E YELL LEADER This dynamic individual has done more to ntouid Rice schoid spirit than ;<m other ttne)<erst)n. He is regarded as the ))est yet] teader in the South todas. and in addition to that is an e\pert cartoonist and newspaper writer. His rnthnsiasnt and originality hasewtn tor hint t)te admiratiott and respect nt<ser\ itiiiti and Romania the ttnivcrsits. [ no him. !at\tn a) !tu &\t. nantc. WlltJAMMAHSHRiCF i;,n T)..'t;ik'n!'.![:n ll'<[)H-t"n]it)n. stuih'ntsandalunmiot'Hiee ),.i\ ).-)}<')!.. !"')i< m<'nmt\<'i ti!i' t'-mtuh-i. Heetfl^widtln litstitute. T)lf (l.OISTERS OK At)M!N[STRAT]ON !H MJHN*; "Some of the prettiest arehiteeture in the world" PICTORIAL ART SECTION Firat Artgravure Section in a Texa* CoHege Newapaper. THE STUDENT NEWSPAPER CHARLES SWARTX Captain and Hatfback ROY CHAMBERS Quarterback NOEL C. W!LL!S Tackte D. C. LAI (iuard atf !'HtL ARBUCKLE Head Coach SEVEN FOOTBALL STARS, PLAYING ] -THRHJ.SOFTHKCAMF." \o. I. The Blocked...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

ER AT B!CE INSTITUTE 1923 THANKSGIVING HOME COMING ISSUE A GEORGE MORGAN Guard and Tackte HARRY L. KLOTZ Guard J. I. CAMPBELL End HEIR LAST GAME FOR RICE TODAY HOW ARD YKRCHS Ass't Coach 1-Thest-tH ()) captaitt and halfback; Haney Smith <H) fullback; inHous- Marion \\'itfoi'<t (.*<) halfback. I.ineineti. left to light )the Texas Robert Lamb (2H)c!Ml;Hc<'rm'Mni'na'! (7) tacl<!c;Ko)n'it T. C. U. Ray(IS)guard;D. t . t.a\Meine( l)centei, thailesltu left to Bose (K) guard; Hatty Kh<ty. (It!) guatil:\oi-) Willis ))!! )s Swaitx tackle; William Hale (It)) end. ]ity teams In the picture, top row, ieft to right: Coach Nicholas, [Freshmen Sparks, Harris, Hill, Comstock, Matlden, Crain, Wolf, 3tballag- ( iapp, Hochuli, McKenna. !h School. Middle row, left to right: Hopkins, Davis, Williams, jptains. is Underwood, McVey, Woods (Capt.), Hart. Wray, Mat- ]far. The thews, Drake, Terrell, ( oach McGee. Houstott Bottom row, left to right: Brooking. Reynolds, "Red" [nen. Moore, Crane...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

THE THRESHER :: H OUSTON, TE XAS ' ^ ^ : j5adr%ef%M3# *%Ma6f Zfi Da#y P#*acf%ce For JHard? .ScAe<%M%e Although the game today with T. C. U. marks the official eiose of the year's footbaii season, major sports wit) be at rest for oniy a short period because basketbaU practice starts in earnest earty next week. Rice has 20 conference games scheduted. Coach Franklin D. Asheraft has hud a squad of more than 30 men on the court for a month, but after to- day the squad wit) be augmented by the court reguiars who are now on the footbaH team. Of this bunch on the grid squad are Noel C. Willis, court captain, Charlie Swartz, Ray, Hopkins and possibly a few others. The only letter man of last season who wilt not be on the team this year is Leslie Coleman. Mr. Asheraft will find it hard work to develop a man w!to can fill Coleman's shoes. Fitch May Star Sam Fitch, fo.nijer Centra] High star, is expected t;o be one of the bright iights on the Owl court team this season. Ciarence Baker, along...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS FOOTBALL—A3 KOf/ Football la an effort on the part of 44 shtnguards to occupy the same place at the same time. It is classed as a game, looks more like a clinic. It !s called football because the ball Is about a foot long. It takes 28 men to play football and somewhere twice that number to keep them In repair. An automobile is durability itself beside a football player. It our colleges the football garages are constantly Ailed during the fall with football players, who have had to go into the back shop for a thorough overhauling. The chief object used in the game beside the players, are a referee's whistle, two goal posts, a Red Cross wagon, a barrel of Hags and a few thousand rooters with brass-lined throats. A rooters is a baseball fan with a cold weather carburetor. He can stand for hours in the snow and yell with- out disturbing anyone outside his own congressional district. The football is used in the game to iocate the disturbance. Wherever the ball...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 November 1923

THE THRESHER :: H OUSTO N, TEX A 8 E2VCJJVEERJJVC *yHOWl ro SET JVEW RECORD Preliminary plans for the biennial Rice Institute Engineering Show, to be staged in Apr!! of 1924, were an- nounced by the Rice Engineering So- ciety this week following two meet- ings of that organization. Joseph Leviness Gitlman, Jr., of Atlanta, Georgia, will be head of th? Show. Mr Gillman received his B. S. degree from Rice last June. Henry Brenner of San Antonio, a senior, will be secretary, W. D. With- inton of Houston wiil be publicity manager, and B. S. Darnall of Frank- lin, La., wiH be traffic manager of the Show. The Engineering Show is a unique feature of American colleges, origi- nated four years ago by Rice The Rice laboratories are perhaps the most expensiveiy equipped in the South; the Rice authorities have spared no trouble nor expense in fit- ting them for thorough courses in etectricai, civil, chemical or mechan- ical engineering, and in such equip- ment there are numerous things about wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 December 1923

TLT VOLUME HC MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 7, 1923 NUMBER U e; We believe in aigna. If loyalty hadn't prevented, The Thresher would have predicted a T C. U. victory last Tuesday. On that date "ChoHie", the little good luck Owl captured by an A. & M. gradu ate and presented to Rice just before the A. & M. game, died. * * * The Thresher takes pleasure in complimenting the editors of the Rice Owl. The first college humor maga- zine in Texas, The Owl has grown until it ranks with the best in the country. "Rice Topics" says that in all sincerity, and in the same breath asks just what was the significance of that splotch of color on the cover page? For once the choicest fruit was at the bottom of the basket—the best work was inside the book. The editorials in The Owl always are good. The editors "ignore" un- solicited criticism but quite inconsis- tently devote half a page to a reply to a voiunteered criticism. In The Thresher's opinion (said op- inion, incidentally, be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 December 1923

TH E THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A wnHy pubthhed by th* otud^nt* af Etc* Institute st Houston. Taw Entered M tecond c]*M nutttw October M. HH. <t th* pottoKtce )n Hou'ton. Texn under the Act of Mush N. M79. M.M per Yetr, !0c per Copy. E. Oren Arnotd Editor-tn-Chtef J. Lawrence Moore Managing Bdttor Robert Vaden Lotadon Buatneae Manager WatterBarnea . .Aaaociate Editor Jack Gtenn Sporta Editor GeraMineJenningo Society Editor HateiCannan n Co-ed Feature Editor Sarah Lane Ex-Studee Editor Baainem Aeaociatea HaiHannan Cireuiation Manager J. AiiiBonDryden Advertising Manager G.W.Martin Advertising StaC Reporters Kern Tips. Mary Louise Ford. Fanny Bess Emery, Martha Frances Hit). R. T. Wiibanhs. Katherine Wood. Men Duggan, George Wittiams, Sadie McLean. Ray L. Rountree Lottie Gray, May Mickey. Julian Muench. SUGAR-COATING THE PILLS. A retrospective survey of Rice's 1923 footbaH season reveals at ieast one fault that cannot be laid at door of either the coach or the "insufficient" ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 December 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS c*" OWL SPORT -SCHEDULE WWTBR.aPMNG, MM BASKETBALL W*M T. C. U. Houataa M-M B*ybntW*<* M-M Tm.U. *t M-M T#xaa A. & M. *t < F<*. 1-a B)tyh*wt S-9 TexsaU. *tAmMa M-M Texaa A. & M. at Houaton M-M Arkaaaaa U. at HwMton M-l T. C. U. at Fort Worth Mar. Okla. A. & M. at StMIwater aM conference. TRACK Baylor at Waco Texaa U. at Houaton Southweatern U. at Houaton Texaa A. & M. at College Station MM. 29 Apr. 5 M 26 May 2 T. LA. A. at(?) 3-*0 Southwestern Conference (?) BASEBALL "* Mar. 27-28 Texas A. & M. at Coiiege Station Apr. 2-3 T. C. U. at Houston 7-8 Texas U. at Austin 14-18 Texas U. at Houston 21*82 Bayior at Houston May 1-2 TexasA.&M. at Houston 7-8 T. C. U. (?) 16-17 Bayior at Waco 16 games, aii conference. FOOTBALL, FALL 1924 Oct. 4 Sam Houston Norma! at Houston *1 Arkansas U at Houston IS Louisiana State U at Houston 28 T.C.U. at Fort Worth Nov. 1 Texas U at Houston 8 Southwestern U at Houston ^8 Texas A. & M. at C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 December 1923

THE THRESH ER :: H 0 US TON, TEXAS SOCIETIES WELCOME ALUMNAE The Elizabeth Baldwin Literary So- ciety entertained its alumnae mem- bers with a breakfast in the Rice Hotel Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, informal taiks of welcome were made by various members. This Thanksgiving Day breakfast is an annua! feature of the Rice Homecoming. The program consisted of a vioiin so!o and piano duet, Miss Louie Lee Berry at the piano and Miss Bernice Herberlin on the vioiin. Miss Mary Louise Hamburger sang "The Best Lit' of Oie R. I.", a parody on the "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", written especially for the occasion. At the close of the breakfast the president gave a iittle talk, welcom- ing the alumnae members, and teiiing them about the activities of the so- ciety during the year. Miss Adeie Wagxaman and Miss Verna Benton, ( barter members of the society, both ti ldof the activities of the club in its iirut years. !\tiss George Marshall Dukes pro- posed that the alumnae members en- tertain the soc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1923

VOLUME IX MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER^, 1923 NUMBER 13 Riedwopbs Recapitulation shows an over- whelming balance on the profit side of the book. Make a mental list of the good things at Rice before you go home for the holidays, and dsiplay the list among the hometowners. It has been the most successful term in the history of the university; pass that information on. * * * The Thresher, in its last issue for the term, can find much to be thank- ful for. The school paper has broken out of bounds a few times, has de- liberately encroached on the preserves of certain factions and individuals. It is doubtful if any former staff ever had as many enemies in school at one time. It is also doubtful if any for- mer staff ever had as many aggress- ive friends. The staff has made some rank blunders, for which it is sorry. The staff has offended some fair-minded readers for which it apologetic. Even toward the small clique of egotists whose playhouses we shattered the staff holds no i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1923

a THE TH BESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS T*jLA ^ THE A w*My paMMwd by th< ttudont* of !Mc< hMtltat# st Ham tan. TwM Entered M tecand et<m Ottahw 17. MM. *t th< po*to<!ioo in Houston. TmtM andw th* AatofMnaH. W*. M.OO ptr Yw, Ho pw Copy. E. Oren Arnold J. Lawfanea Moot# Robatt Vadan London Buafnaaa ManMar BdMarMSl"* . ... - *8^^ Kdtt^ &?nt" '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.7 ^ Ed!^ BmintM Aaaoatataa ^'. ... Staff Rapartart Kern Tips. Mary Louiw Ford. Fanny Btas Emery. Martha Frances HtU. R. T. WHbanks. Katharine Wood. Men Uuitnan. Georstt Wittiama, Sadie MeLean. Ray L. Ruuntree Lottfe Cray. May Hickey. Juitan Muench. THANKS, HOUSTON. The holiday season brings with it a spirit of thankfulness. To list at! the things for which The Thresher is thankful wouid re- quire a whole issue alone. But there are some particular friends whom The Thresher wants to extend a special holiday greeting to, a special word of gratitude. They are friends rarely thought of as friends; ordinar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS MUaHQMY'SCOLYUM A variety column—a little of this, a little of that, thea tiume maw of tht*—wytttm exeiuaive!y for The Thresher by Hugh J. Cray. c . 0, 8PBAK. 0 apeak! not of the faults of man For them we know too well; Of rape, of lust, or gilded vice Let not your story teM. 0, rather apeak the sunshine bright, Of rays of warming joy; O, tell the good of Virtue's iight; Forgot the tinseled toy. The good of man, the deeds of life That raise the sou! on high, O, talk of these to sons of strife And keep to God your eye. 1 FOR A MOMENT'S PLEASURE. I was aweary when you came Upon a duM September day, My heart was but a iifeiess Hame With thoughts of home so far away. For days, drab days, I had not seen A thing of beauty to the eye, And then you came to please, I ween, Quite tike a rainbow in the sky. I was confused, I couid but smile To greet you as a long lost friend, And just for that—a little while— My mem'ry shall hold you a friend. ZMZY ZU SAYS:— Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1923

THE THRESH EE :: HO US TON, TEXAS Minutes of the Student Council The following minutes of Student Council meeting* are printed in Ac- cordance with a ruling of the Council passed this term. The ruling directs The Thresher to print the minutes in detai! as supplied by the Council sec- retary. The Students' Couneii of the Rice Institute met in regular session No- vember 1. 1923, in room 204 A- B. at 1:30 p.m. Meeting called to order by Presi- dent Willis. Members present were: N. C. Wiilis, President; J. P. Mc- Kean, Treasurer; T. W. Moore, Secre- tary; H. B. Penix, F. J. Stancliff, R. H. Ray, W. R. Shult. C. A. Calhoun- President called for excuses for ab- sences from last meeting. Stancliff and Ray said they failed to see notice of meeting. Shult said he was de- tained by work in town. Excuses ac- cepted. D. W. Sewell appeared before Coun- eii and asked for money to send the bund to Austin, stating that the Ath- letic- Committee had made no pro- vision for sending the band, and that...

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