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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1923

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS SPMTSKME SAYS Ma MS MEM FMTHM Rice aenda out her shining lights in the sport worid just as she does in the worid of "ietters, science and art." The most striking example of this in the present worid of athietics is in the position that Eddie Dyer now hoids in the sportllght. Eddie, former aM round athiete at Rice, star of the gridiron, diamond and track, is now regarded as one of the most promising pitchers in the Big Leagues. He recently returned to Houston from the St. Louis Car- dinal, where he made an enviabie record as a twirier and hitter of high caiibre. The foiiowing articie by Raiph Davis, famous sport scribe, wiii serve to show the attitude that Big League officials are taking toward the rapid rise of Eddie. The articie appeared in a recent issue of the Pittsburgh, (Pa.) Press: "Edwin Dyer, who was recentiy re- caiied by the St. Louis Cardinals from the minors, is regarded by Branch Rickey as one of the finest prospects he ever saw. "He's a b...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 December 1923

THE THRESHER :: H 0 US TON, TEXAS j. The annua! Christmas party of the E. B. L. S. was heM Friday. Owing to the absence of the traditional pine- tree, the party was heid on the cam- pus and Mother Nature furnished the tree. One of the smaii camphor trees on the north corner of the campus was decorated in true Christmas fash- ion, and was ioaded with appropriate gifts for each of the members. Moat of them were jokes, and each member was required to read an origina! poem or do a stunt before they were given their gifts. Everyone received a targe stick of peppermint candy from the tree. There were quite a few original verses read, a!i of which caused great mirth to the hearers. The guests of honor were Mrs. Stratford, Miss Dean, Misses Sarah Lane and Pendar TurnbuH. This was the last ctub-nieeting for this term. K[(EAnM)MSTHAtIOXm]H)iX(; "The greatest contribution t" the Architft-ture of the Wnrtd since thei:!th<"e inspirrttionai tiling of bc:)u)\:t!'uty a "sermon in stone (Note-Thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 January 1924

VOLUME IX MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY H, 1924 NUMBER 14 "Yet once more, O ye laurels, and once more, Ye myrtles brown, with ivy never sere, I come to pluck your berries harsh and crude, And with forced fingers rude Shatter your [eaves before the me) lowing year." —Milton. * * * The Thresher after questioning "Dorm" students, town men and Co- eds, takes the liberty to quote the above lines as significant of the feel- ing of the Rice students when they received that little white card with a few ink marks that either meant you may return to Rice or you may seek your knowledge in some other uni- versity. * * * History has shown us Htat it takes an outsider to tell of the advantages of a college, of a nation, or of the laws of a country. The best account cf the laws of America has been writ- ten by a foreigner, just as an Amer- ican has written the most accurate account of the laws of England. And so it takes an outsider to tell us of the advantages of Rice. During ths Christm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 January 1924

THE A Wtokiy MwtpopM- puMMud by the of Ha< hutKut* at Hoe*too. Tanas Enured M weocd ctaM mattw Oetcbw M. tsu. at the pootaHtae to Homten. Taaa* madar tha M OO p#r Year !«e par Copy. J. t.swrence Moara Aattm Rdttor-ln-CMaf Robert Vadan L<wdoa Buainaaa Manager Edttort*) Staff Walter Barnaa Aaaaa)ata!Mitor JaekGtenn Hporta Editor Ceratdinejenntngt Society Bdftor HatetCanntn Co-ed Feature Edttor Sarah Lane Ea-8tudaa Editor HatHannan Circulation Manager J. AtiisonDryden Advertising Manager C. W. Martin Advertiahg StaH Beportera Marv l.ouiae Furd. Fanny iiexii Emery, Martha Frances Hiii. K. T. Wiibanke. Katherine Wuoii. iien Du^tan. ^Gwr)te^Wiiiiams. Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree, Lottie Gray. May E. 0. ARNOLD Again The Thresher has caused an editor to be placed on pro- bation. E. Oren Arnold, during his term as editor, made The Thresher a reai newspaper. He wanted The Thresher to be read, and by working on it at a)i times, letting his studies be slighted if there was not time enoug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 January 1924

THE THRESHER :: H OUSTON, TB XA8 MKWUJMM The holiday season witnessed sev- ers) marriages of more than ordinary interest to targe circles of Rice friends. One of the most notabie of these was the marriage of Miss Esteiie Streetman and Marion Lee Lindsay which was solemnized on January 1st at the home of the bride's parents, Judge and Mrs. Sam Street- man. The spacious rooms were con- verted into a charming floral setting accentuating the green and white bridal motif. Dr. J. W. Mills of Beau- mont, officiated, and attendants in- cluded Mrs. Hiram Opie Clark, Jr., and Miss Flora Streetman, sisters of the bride Misses Nadine Pillot, Rob- bie Lindsay and Anah Marie Leland; Mesdames Walter Brown Baker and J. D. O'Keefe; Messrs Eugene Lind- sey, Sam Streetman, Jr., Edwin Dyer, Jennings Bryan, Mclvor Streetman, Edwin Lindscy, Hugh Le Roy Bell, and H. O. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lee Lindsay have gone on a wedding strip and will be at home after February -first at Beaumont, Texas * * % Anot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 January 1924

/ ' ' THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS & Standing: F. D. Ashcraft. coach; McKinney, Brown, Red, Haynes, Calhoun, Morris, Metz!er. Hloxson, McKean. Stated: Fitch, Hopkins, Pollard. Campbeil, Willis, captain; Ray, Swartz. Caivin. StopPressNews The South Main Baptist Rice Sun- day Stjhm'i class wit! huld a tcap year bi! !! uet on Tuesday, January 15, at 7. p. m.. in the church dining room Thf schedule for the special exam- inations for students who were un- abictu take the regular first term "t-xams" has been compieted. The spe- t iai examinations will begin Monday and will continue throughout the en- tire week. They wilt be held at 2 p. ni. each day in room 307 of the Ad- ministration building. The Girts' Tennis Ctub, under the tutorage of Coach Vaugh, has been holding its practice on the concrete court at Herman Park. The girts' tennis courts are stitt under construc- tion. It is hoped that this work wit) ije finished by Monday. The first meeting of the Pattas Athene Literary Socie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 January 1924

VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS. JANUARY 18, MM NUMBER 18 The school "weenies" have Anally decided to publish a Thresher. "Three rousing cheers!!" The co-eds are to be congratulated, it wiii take spunk to say ait they have to say. For once they wiii have a chance to tetl their side of the story —and members of the sterner eie ment, beware! it is to be hoped that the giris wiii not hesitate to say just what they think about everything. The knowl- edge that this is ieap year should make them a iittie more forward in their new experiment. A wise seiection has been made in choosing the person to carry the heav- iest part of the load in the office of editor. Miss Denniston is experienced and talented and wiii no doubt publish a newspaper that will be a credit to the co-ed side of the Institute. The Thresher will be turned bodily over to the girls for a week. Every- thing pertaining to the Rice weekly wiii be theirs. They are to be at no disadvantage, except for one thing and if ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 January 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A waekiy n*w*p*p*r by th# student# of Riw institute nt Houatoa, T<MMM Nntw#d a# ateoad elAM mnttw Oetobw M. M16, *t th# posto^ica in Houston, Tow under th* Act of March a. 1879. *8.00 per Year, 10c per Copy. Jack Glenn J. Lawrence Moore Robert Vaden London Bditor-in-Chief MmiaKinxKditor Manager Editorie! 8t*(f Wetter Berne* Associate Editor GeraidineJenninxs Society Editor HazeiCannan Co-e*i Feature EMtor Sarah Lane Kx-8tude* Editor Bus!ness Associate* HaiHannan CircuiationManatter <*. W. Martin Advertising 8ta!f Reporters Mary i^ouise Ford. Siime Tesnicr, Fanny Hens Em^ry. Martha Erant-i* Hi!). John Jameson. Catherine Wood. Ben i)uKRan, Heorne Wiiiiams. Sadie MeLean. Bay L. Bountrw. i.ottie Cray, May Hickey, Julian Muench. Max Jacobs. THE THRESHER, CONTINUED. With this issue of The Thresher the new management as- sumes the obvious responsibilities of holding our Rice weekly in the path of progressiveness in which it is directed, of conformin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 January 1924

THE TH&EBHER :: HOUSTON, T EXAB F^FLOR CFRS WLV TWO CLO-SF 7TLES FRO^f FTCFy/ATG (WLS SIM fM MCE The Rice Owls met defeat at the hands of the Baylor Bears twice this week on the Bear court in Waco. This is the fourth straight game that the Owis have lost this season. The Owis out-ptayed the Bears in the initiai contest, a last minute ratty winning the game for the Bears by the advantage of one point. In the second battte the Owts were in very bad form, onty scoring two fietd goats and one fout, white the Bears stacked up four Held goats and three fouts. The Owts started off with a rush and pited up four points before the Bears came to tife. The Owts retain- ed this tead at) through the game up to the tast few minutes, when the Bears came through and tied the score. During the extra five minutes Baylor tooped a fout and a Hetd goat, winning the game by a three point margin. Fitch did brittiant offensive work and accounted for most of the Insti- tute's points. Morris and Wiitis di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 January 1924

44 T;H E- THRESHER HOUSTON. TEX A 8 Dr F A R%ow- (Continued from Pane 1) hard, Indlvlalhle particles and that all the atom* of any one element are ex- actly tlHce la nolonger tenable. The atoms are now thought of as minia- ture ao!ar systems consisting of a mi- nute nuteiua of positive electricity to which nearly aH the weight of the dtom is due, together with a number of electrons or partictes of negative eiectricity which moves around the nu- eeiua as the plants move around the sun. Numbers Differ. "The number of these electrons is different in the atoms of different elements. Hydrogen has one, helium two, lithium three, and so on up to uranium, which has 92. Carbon has six, oxygen eight, iron 26, siiver 47 and gold 7!) electrons per atom. AH the atoms of any one element have the same number or electrons, but they do not all have a nucleus oi the same weight. For example, the ele- ment magnetism consists of a mix- ture of three sorts of atoms with atomic weights 24, 2S and 26, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 January 1924

VOLUME IX MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 25, 1934 NUMBER M Rice Tapics Rice faces an appttHng outlook In track! * * * This startling announcement came at a meeting in the commons Monday night when Coach Franklin D. Ash- craft reviewed the track and basket- baii situation to the dorm students and issued a call for more materia! in both sports. Ashcraft announced that there were very few men out for the cinder traii sports with the season nearly here. Rice has but two possible scorers, and if something isn't done, Owi track prospects are extremeiy siim, accord- ing to the Biue and Gray mentor. It was pointed out that there are certain men at Rice who couid iend very vaiuabte aid to the cause by com- ing out and starting training. Certain men who have the time and the abiiity to materially assist the Owi track outfit are beiieved to be harboring an indifferent attitude. It is just such men as there, it was pointed out by Ashcraft, together with those who don't come out because ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 January 1924

2 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A w«My puhii*h*d by th. ttud.ntn of Bi<* iMtttut. at Houxton. Tom gattMd <s "toad eh m smttw Ostahm M. MM. at the pottoRie. in How tton. T*xs* undtr th* Act of M*reh !. M70. M M p.r Y**r, 10a p.r Copy J<dtG!san J. L*wrcnc# Macro Robert V*d.n Logsdon Editor-in-Chtwf MsnMinst Editor BuninoM Mttmttr NdttorM Ht.K W*tt*r Barnes GertMne Jennings HM.tC.nnna Sarah Lane R. T. Witbanka Bnstness Associate* HatHannan . C W. Martin Advertising HtaK Reporters Mary Louise Ford. Siime Tessier. Fanny Besn Emery, Martha Francis Hiii. John Jameson. Katherine Wood. Ben DugKan. George Wiiiiams. Sadiv Mct.ean. ita; Ruuntree. Lottie Cray, May Hickey. Juiian Muench. Max Jacobs. Associate Editor Society Editor Ctt-ed Feature Editor Ex-Studes Editor Sports Editor Circuiation Manager "GiVE THEM LIBERTY OR The faculty members have the support of the students when they ask for the privilege of eating on the ticket system. The students realize that the position of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 January 1924

THE THRESHER :: H 0 US TON, T^XAS t ^ fT ^7 iC ) ^ ^ ^ ^ FLOCX <S^CCMMR<S TWYCF TO yRM-s L0Jvc^0R^s STEERS TM TALL HM WLCABKS Doc. Stewart's rangy Lontrhorns gored the Rice Owls twice last week at the City Auditorium. In both con- tests Coach Ashcraft's crew put up a bitter struggle against the husky Steers, and fought grimly untii the finai whistle. But the "beefs" were too much for the smaii Owi gang. Both games vere very eiose until the last, when the Rice boys gave out against such strong opposition, and their opponents ran up a iarge score. In the first game both teams got under way early and started scoring from the start. Close guarding by Ray held the score low for a while, but the Steers steadily piled up counters until the iinal whistle. Robertson and Esqueval were responsible for most of these points. The final result was 33 to 14. The lineup Ricel4 Position Texas33 Swartz F Esquevel Fitch F Robertson McKean C Nation Willis (C) G Foster Ray G Curtis Referee: Forbes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 January 1924

THE THRESHER :i HOUSTON, TEXAS Ghost Again in West Hall Tower; *##***#*#*** Spirits Penetrate AH Barriers; ************ Studes Aroused; Dorm King on Job Is there a spirit in the tower of West Hail? Last year a freshman saw a ghost come through a double-toeked door and drift oat his Mth story window, and he was so impressed by the phe- nomenon that he moved out of the tower, far away, to another hat!. Mysterious sounds are often heard which cannot be traced to materia! sources. Globes are often broken and no one knows anything about the dis- asters—at] this happens in that eerie far entrance of West Halt And now the mischeivious agencies of the outer world have produced more than protoplasm—they seem to have materialized into reai troubles for the timorous residents of the tower. Recently a banjo has disappeared. No one knows who took it. It just vuttished into the fourth dimension. as far as any one knows. And white the audience of the owners' perform- ances is witting to reward the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1924

VOLUME IX MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY I, 1924 NUMBER 17 Rice Topics The haui of the Ha)! Committee has begun. A littie drama featuring three prominent students was enacted dur- ing the past week. * * * The cry has ben set up that the ac- tion of the hati oiigarchy was not ex- actly fair, in consideration of other opportunities that have been present- ed for action. * * * We have been asked: "Why isn't a clean swe^p made white the broom is on the floor?" . Aii right, we'H bite. WHY? * * * To cap theawfuiciimaxofthe st;uggia that is going on between the eds and co-eds in pointing out and shieid tig, respectively, the utter con- fusion that the fair creatures have been thrown into in their attempts to make something out of the hideous sheet (hat is bound to appear under the name of the Thresher next week, our business manager has gone and turned traitor. * * * Yes deliberately feitfor the sob stuff and allowed his heart to meit in the very presence of his arch-rivai. minded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1924

THE THRESH ER :: HOUSTpN, TEXAS *0 THE ' ' ' y* *- ** n A ww#kiy nowspaper puMiahed by the atudents of Hin' Institute at Homtoti. Texas Entand** etaw matter October IT, ]9i6. at the pustoKiw in Houston. Texan under the Act of March X. t8"B. Sabacriptian Bat** fZ.OO per Year, M)c per Copy. JachGtenn J. Lawrence Moore Robert Vaden Logadun Waiter Barnes GeraMine Jennitms HazetCannan Sarah lane tt. T. Witbanhs Kdituriai StaK .* Husmms Asumiatr* Kditor-iM-Cbicf MaaatriuM Kditor !htst!n-** Manager AnHOchttH Kditor SmittyKtHtpr ti'\atu t c Editor !-;\-St<.th*K'!it(n- Sportu Hditor t't'cliiationMauitR^)- A'hertiaing MatiiatuMt" t;. W. Martin ' -- Staff K?p<*rtfr* Mary Louise Fwd, SHna* Te^^r, fanny M^ Km^ry* Martha Franks Mih, Jahn Katharine Wo<*i, Bin !h!^Man,(<eotKt- WHMam^.^a't!t M<i<'-at'. Hay !. i.atwt. may, May !tiehey. Jniiim MHeath. Mas Jaea)#. _ .' She (entering the iibrary)—"Have you bee# reading Longfellow?" He (without glancing up)—"No— only about thirty minute...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1924

T HE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS ^ ' r Ow/F Loje fo Farmers in Two Fierce i$cr#jpy Ow Aggrte^andf Courf MM STMT WELL, AS USUAL In two fierce contests at College Station )ast week, the Texas Aggies tan over the Owls and defeated them 23 to 13 and 22 to 14. As usual, the B)ue and Gray was fighting the Farmers nip and tuck at the dose of the Rrst haif but gave out against the superior odds in the final frame. In the initia) contest Coach Bible shifted his tineup several times to find out the most formidable combin- ation to use against the small Owls. He finally put Washburn and Darby forward and these two men spelled defeat to the Owls. Jack Hopkins was the outstanding player on the Aggie court in both of these battles. He looped the opening goal in each contest and followed them up with a few more. Calvin and Willis also showed up wet! for the Owls. The line-up for the first encounter: Rice (13) A. & M. (23) Fitch R. Field Washburn Calvin L. Field Datby Hopkins Center Duckett Ray ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 February 1924

THE THBE SHEH :: HO VSTON, T EX AS TWENTIETH CENTURY AZTECS A group «f the painted and decorated e<ls and (-«-t-<!s who assembled at the Aulry House the nigh) of January 23 and morning of (he 2<-intme<)fttie'!)<)s]t'<il:<rtull).)Hse'er nhena<liire. "\r('hi-Ar<s \ytee '2t". a) which was seen types <st Axtec Indians neser before known to e\i-t. <-os!um<-d as everything front ^longoliaw to African, including Bo'sheviki. Announce Picnic Fw Tennis Ciub Monday on Conrt The Tennia Ciub announces a pic- nic party for its membero next Mon- day at 3:15 on the gM'ttt eourta. A mock turnament in doubles wiii be hetd with a beautifui tin loving cup, the property of the Tennis Club of several years ago, to be awarded the winner. Refreshments will be of a delicious nature served in picnic styie right out in the open. Plans for the party were made at a business meeting Wednes- day. ' * — 1st Co-ed—"Ho you believe that aw fut story they're telling about those boys...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 8, 1924 NUMBER M The A. & M. "Bat" announces the appointment of Mr. Kindle as Fire Chief. Very appropriate we shonid say. Mrs. Thresher's entire family wish- es to thank the regular Thresher staff for the helpful suggestions in last week's issue. Thank goodness you warned us about the typewriters—be- cause of what you toid us we wrote it ait in our most beautifuiiest long- hand and tied each manuscript neat- !y with pink ribbon. But the heads should go at the head of a story— that's why they are called "heads"— how could you have been so stupid? It's only the "feature" stories that have ali the biggest part below. In- deed we did not discuss the Owl. Just what kind of girls do you think we are, pray? And copy—why there's not a thing copied in this whole paper —your's may be copy, but our's is news. Why isn't it correct to start sentences with "the"? Last week 67 sentences in The Thresher started with "the" and surely the kings c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

THE THRESH EB :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A nt#<wpof pwMhhtd by A# of Rte* Inotltntt *t Hamton. TmtM ) nma< s)M< Mttor Ootabv IT. m<. at Ht# pottoCtcw in Hontton. TwM undw th* A«t of M*Mh !. MT!. W M P*" Yaw. ^9" vw Copy. SybUm*rte DwnhtoB Ed!tor.)n-Ch4ef Ma?ieL^!^ino*D*via BuatoeRa Manager EDITORIAL STAFF M*rth.Fr*n<*sHiH AMMiatc Editor H-miCsnMut Swbfty Editor Mtry Louise Ford Feature Editor S*r*hLtne Ex-Stude* Editor Katheriue Wood Sports Editor HUH!NEaS ASSOCIATES RosatynZucht Advertising Manager REPORTERS Sadie McLean, Heatrit-e Harrison, Anna Marie du Peritr, Mary Fannueii, Dorothy Ayres, Ruth Cathcart. EDITORIAL. "Women's Rights" and "Votes for Women", two expressions much over-used, have succeeded for years in arousing nothing but a iaugh. One is put in mind of a masculine woman, tali, blunt, and domineering. Such a strange thing, when the women who enjoy being considered as partners and comrades, are the distinctly feminine type. When the "eds" of the Institute cha...

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