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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

§c",- THETHRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS DeHant Co-Eds Insist On EQU&! Chicago, Feb. a.—The tMn and de- ceptive veneer of friendship between the masculine students and the co- eds at the University of Chicago has cracked wide open. Threatened with petticoat ruie, the men are in arms When the news spread around the campus that three of the four eh presidents at the midway school are now feminine in tendency, hostilities began without quarter or camouflage Dating is in peril. Maybe the giris wiii have to begin buying their own Sunday dinners. By a gaiiant campus custom, in vogue at Chicago as at other uni varsities, the president of each class is invariably a man, while the per- dency go toocmfwypcmfwypcmfwypp functory honors of the vice-presidency ga to a girl. Only death or disaster places the gavel in slim girlish (ling- ers. Vice-president Elsa Allison imme diately moved to the place of presi dent of the junior class who was forced out of school. A little later John Thomas, football he...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

THE THRESHER :: HO US TOTt, TEXAS SHHLMAH1H !)H\X!STON KATHKR1XE WOOD AXKAMARtEDr PER!ER. JEAX SPROULE JESSFEB. HUTTS the RiceY.^W. C. A. Sheisunusuaity ty tine Hance, held at the Autry House, Saturday evening, February 9, spon- i sored by the Cranmer C!ub. Music will be furnished by the "Trouba- dours" and dancing wit! begin prompt- ly at!) o'clock. Several former Rice students were visitors in the cloisters last week, among which were Misses Inez Good- man. Gloria NorveH and Pauline -Jordan. Friends of RossColley regret to know that he has left the Institute until next September. A.hmniirtg hospitality of the last i-k was the luncheon given last ^\ fdncsday noon by the Pallas Athene Literary Society, honoring the new members. The affair was held in the f 't.tntnons where the Springtime motif was heautti'uHy carried out in the decorations. The club colors, pink ntd green, were appropriately feat- ured in theplaque-formationofpink roses and fern that adorned the head of the table; t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS Vatentme Party For GMs Mitto M*rie LonKino-Davi*, ehair- m*n of tho Soc!*! Committee of the Y. W. C. A., announcec a Valentine party to be given at Autry House, Saturday, February 18. AM the girl* of the !natitute are cordially invited to attend Decoration*, noveity enter- tainment and refreshment* wiii carry out the Vaientire motif. Hearts wiii form the diversion. The hours are from 4 to 6. Big Sisters, be sure to make dates with your Littie Sisters. * * * IN RESPONSE. "It was many and many a year ago, where 17 railroads meet the sea," that a young man asked us if we would be so kind as to give him a young woman's exact meaning when she uses the word "cute." It reaily seems to us that tha answer is so evident that there is very iittie use in compiying with the request, but then, we are more than willing to oblige. When speaking of this to a mem- ber of the staff, that person re- marked, "Oh yes, teH them. That wiH be so cute." Now, as regards the sterner...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS Mm? "My Niece Are A Flopper.' To editor Girlish Thresher— Dearest Madam— I were very exonerated two days before yesterday to se my neice Tun^a penetrate buxomly into my presents. "Skwigi," she bustle. "What do you think of a set of men who are too big to follow public opinion?" "They are bravely or very clever," ] expound, exhuming two (2) hoshery from my darned basket. "You are always trying to delineate funny joke," she declare, sitting her- self on my ptayed piano bench. "This set of men are big men of the town and they have big interests." "Big interests do not always mean bin principles," 1 narrate, selecting carefully targe hole to be lashed. "Last night I sling a hoof in a big dance," she orate. My niece are a t'iopper. "1 stay deposited on a seat wit)) one college man." "At a crawl that is very deracinat- ing affair." 1 partake. I should be a gardiner of my youngish niece. She snuffle disdainishly at my eti- <iuitte, whereat she continue— "He er...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 February 1924

-h— THE THBZSHU M HOUSTON, TEXAS TO PLAY TONIGHT Rice plays Texas University in basketball games scheduled at Austin tonight and tomorrow night. After winning the two games with the Ag- gies, Texas had to her credit eight games, remaining undefeated. The Ow!s are up against a stMf proposi- tion. As to Texas, over-conAdence is responsible for the loss of many a game; Rice can bank on that to a cer- tain extent in the case of Texas. Rice students are with the team in spirit. They've got the stuff; they showed last Saturday that they can play. In lieu of this, Rice not only has some chance but may tear into Texas and knock 'em for a row of goals. Whether they win or lose, iet it be remembered that A. & M. come down here to play Rice, February 15-16th. Rice fitted them with a hoty respect on their last footbat! visit and she can put the rotlers under them again. Arkansas ptays Rice in Houston February 22 and 23. Rice goes to Fort Worth to piay T. C. U. Feb- ruary 29th and ^ March 1....

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

THE THBESHBB )! HOUSTON. TZIA8 WHO'S WHO? ENERI (But then we've probably got it ali backwards.) "Certain persons of importance" may have resigned the position of Football Coach, but, aside from iiking to see good sportsmanship, we can't help but think it poor taste for any ex-Rice coach not to stand when "For Rice's Honor" is played at a basket- bait game. it's aii very well to ta)k about "heavier teams" and "keeping up a terrific pace" and ait that, but we'd like to see what sort of players REAL training would turn out. With sea- soned basketball men such as we have, one can't heip but be disappointed at the results thus far. They've got the stuff—and are able to spread it—tit) the end of the first half. But when men [ike WiHis and Swartz and Fitch go to a prize Aght and don't turn in till two o'clock the night (or morn- ing) before a game with a team iike T. U.—how can they expect to iast through two halves ? Rice boys, particularly Seniors, are SO generous! it was dear of them to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1924

VOLUME :x RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 15, MM NUMBER 19 QOME profs in this so-called insti ^ tution of learning think that the clocks in the rooms are for purely or- nanientai purposes. They think that the beiis are signals for siowing down their orations and for giving out ex ams, in order to test the rapidity with which students can think. * * * Ask any student in Bioiogy 100, and he will teii you with tears in his eyes, that Dr. Aitenberg gives out his exams exactly two seconds before the beii rings, and presumabiy for the purpose of ascertaining which is stronger, the gnawing hunger in the students' stomachs or the light of their* intelligence. Such practises almost make us side in with that noble friend of educa- tion, William Jennings Bryan. * * * t^LASHES of red were seen up and down the cloisters Thursday morn- ing, outbursts of laughter broke the class-period silence of the sallyport, expressions of "silly", "clever", and a distinct biting of the lip in many ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS A w**My newtptpey puMiahcd by the studenta of Rice Institute At Houston, Texas Botered <t* second eUnw matter October 17. 1916. at the poato^ice !n Houston, Texas under the Act of March 3, 1879. Sabscr&Man Rates $2.00 per Year, 10c per Copy. Jack Ciena ^ ^ . Bditor-in-CMef J. Lawrence Moore Managing Editor Robert VadenLogadon MuaineHa Manager Editorie! Staf Walter Barnes Associate Editor Geratdine Jennings Society Editor Haze! Cannan ('o-ed Feature Editor Sarah Lam* Kx-Stmit-sKditor R. T. Wiibanks Sports Editor Rasiness Associates HaiHannan Cireuiatinn Manager O.W.Martin Advertising Stuff Reporters Mary Louise Ford. Stimc Testier, Fanny Me^ Kmt ry, Martha Francis HiH, John Jameson. Katherine Woot!, Men OunnaT^, George WUiiams, Sadit MeLean. Ray L. Rountree, i.ottie Cray, May Hit-key, Juiian Muench. Max Jaeohs. OUR NEW CONTEMPORARY. "Tantat'. The Girts* Friend." —A four page yeitow sheet, with distorted and exaggerated veiws which brought about a di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS ty F ? ufi § m ^ OWe^/, JVew Ow/ J9aFe&#n Coac%, PTM Arrive Monday Michael J. O'NeiH, new Owl base- ball mentor, is scheduled to arrive in Houston Monday and witi immediately assume his duties at the helm of the Institute diamond squad. A eoupie of weeks of preliminary practice have the Blue and Gray bail tossers already somewhat loosened up and they expect to be ready for some real practice when O'Neill arrives. O'NeiH is well-known in profes- sional baseball circies and his coming to the Institute is heralded with joy by the students, since he is reputed to carry with him a real knowledge of the great American game, and it is believed he will make the most of the not-too-bright Owl diamond chances for this year. The new coach succeeds Robert D. Countryman, 1923 mentor, who re- turns to the leagues this year and was unabie to take charge of the In- stitutes. Countryman turned in a very successful baseball season for Rice last year. New uniforms have a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS WW POET an WMWS CLUB "The writing of poetry is invalua- bie to the building up of a vocabu- lary," Mrs. Theresa Lindsey, well- known poet, told members of the Riee Writing Ciub at their weekly meet- ing Monday afternoon. An informal talk on the nature of poetry, its vaiue in literary writing and the reasons for answering the urge to write poetry were outlined by Mrs. Lindsey to the students. Two reasons for the importance of poetry- were explained by the poet. After reading a number of her own workstotheWritingClub, Mrs. Lind- sey ied in criticism of some of the poems by members of the Writing Club. "The Soul of a Song," poem written by Miss Mary Lynn Robinson, a Rice Freshman, was highly praised by Mrs. Lindsey. According to the popular poet, Texas and the South as a whole are forging to tht) front in this field of literature. Mrs. Lindsey is regarded as the outstanding poet in Texas today, an<) her works )iave attracted nationai at- tention. Her home ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1924

VOLUME ix MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 19, 1934 NUMBER 19 Twenty-nine years as boss on the gridiron! That is one of the many things that J. W. Heisman will bring with him to Rice. Heisman has played football, studied football and made foot- ball teams. Many elevens have met with phenomenal success under the coachinp of the veter- an expert who brmgs to Rice a coaching prestige not enjoyed by many southern institutions. In his years of experience the new Owl coach has learned men —southern men and northern men. He knows his crowd and is especially fond, of southern university life. His desire to re- turn to the South was one of the things that enabled William Ward Watkin to secure his ser- vices in the face of the bidding of a dozen other schools!?? Heisman is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he took a degree in law in 1892. For Ave years Heisman was grid coach at Auburn College (sometimes known as Alabama Polytechnic). s Clemson College claimed his serv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 February 1924

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1924

VOLUME !X R!CE !NST!TUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 23, !924 NUMBER 20 HWC ! OpvCS DICE STUDENTS arc atlU thrilled with the news that John W. Heis- man is coming to coach the Ow!s on the gridiron! Heisman wiii be here at the begin- ning of the third term. When he ar- rives he wiM be accorded one of the most enthusiastic welcomes ever re- ceived by qjtice official. * * * In the famous gridiron mentor of "Goiden Tornado" fame Rice probably has the best coach in the South today and one of the six best in the entire United States. * * * It doesn't seem possible that the Committee On Out-door Sports could have done better in their selection and securing of a coach for the Blue and Gray. And we do not imagine that it was any snap for Watkin to get the fam- ous mentor in the face of the biddings of several other schools. Real tact and diplomacy must have been called for. * * * Be that as it may, Heisman is com- ing to Rice, and that is enough to keep every one at the Institute hope- ful and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1924

2 THE THRESH ER :: HO US TO N, TEX A 8 O THE A w«My ntwtptptr puMM^d by th< of Rit* *t Houoton. Tmm Enttrtd M Mcond oiw matter Octob#r H. MM. At tb# pottoHhx tn Houtton. Tww under th* Act at M*rch !. WH. M M per Yw, Mo per Copy. J*ekG)*an Bditor4n*ChM J. Lawrence Moor* _M*oMinxEdttor Robert VadanLogadon HusinM* Manager EdttmrM Staf Waiter Barnes As-octateEd)tor Geratdine Jennings Haze) Cannan Surah Lane K. T. Witbanks Society Editor Co-ed Feature Editor Kx.StudtHEditur Sports Editor Business Associates HsiHannan U. W. Martin Circutatioa Manager Advertising Statt Reporters Mary Luuise turd. Stime Tessier, Fanny Bess Emery, Martha Francis Hiii. John Jameson. Katherine Woud, Hen Ouggan, George Wiiiiams. Sadie McLean, Ray i. Rountree, Lottie Uray, May Httkey. Jutian Muench, Max Jacobs. WELCOME. COACH. A regular feHow, a veteran diamond worker, a likeable gentle- man with a pleasing personality and a thorough knowledge of his business—Michael J. O'Neill. Mike O'Neill conies to Rice wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1924

THE THRB8HER :: H O US TON, TEXAS Captain WMlis Noe! Wi!!is, Captain of the 1924 Owi Basketbalt Squad, who will be aeen on a home court for the last time to- night in the Arkansas [tame. Centra! High School downed all its competitors in the district meet held at Rice last week and is ready to meet Beaumont to decide which wili go to Austin to represent this part of the state in the state finals. The iast team that Centra) had to eiiminate was Harrisburg, who gave the Tigers a hard game. The final score of this game was 23 to 15. The lin-up: Centra) (23) Harrisburg (15) Sawyer Kllis Forward Zuber Edmunds Forward Borschow McOoud Center Joines(c) Rogers (c) Guard Uh)er Parker Guard Sustitutes—Centra): Kattman, Ran- daH and McK{nnon. Harrisburg: Gassaway. Referee—Williams (A. & M.) --——Q Sophs Ascend By Beating Mighty Derby-Wearers The Sophs moved a step .nearer to second piace in the intramura) basket- ball race last Monday night by de- feating the Seniors in a bloody battle at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 February 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS -B&L DR. GUERARD A GENTLE ICONOCLAST IN RECENT BOOK ABOUT NAPOLEON a POET'S CORNER M Dr. A. L. Guerard, Professor of French at the Institute, has published a new book, "Rejections on the Na poieonie Legend." This book, with severai others by Dr. Guerard, was the feature of a window display at Pitiot's for the week just past. One's attention was instantly caught on passing by a poster, which was paint- ed by Mr. Esther. This poster, sym- bolic of the book, represents a golden eagle perched amid the clouds float- ing above the Arc de Triomphe, in bold silhouette against an orange sky. Other books in the same display, by Dr. Guerard, were "French Prophets of Yesterday", "French Civilization" at)d "A Short History of the Interna- tional Language Movement." Dr. Guerard's new book was print- ed in England. First copies have reached Houston. In Ms new volume Dr. Guerard proves himself to be a gentle image- breaker. The legendary mist is re- moved from aro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 February 1924

VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 29, 1924 NUMBER 21 rpi [ONDAY and Tuesday nights the Rice Dramatic Ciub will stage its winter production. * * * It is to be wondered how many Rice students wil! be on hand to see the work of the Institute dramatists. * * * Wiii any one be there besides cer- tain members of the faculty and a group from town who have iearned the quality of the work done by our Owi ciub? Wiii the students, of a!i peopie, the ones who shouid have the most substantia! interest in Rice activities, be present to see the pro- duction of a group of feiiow students who have worked tirelesislv to give to Rice that representation in college dramatic circles which she deserves? * * * There is not the slightest doubt as to the quality of the work done by the Rice ciub. Critics have said that the Institute has a remarkably efficient dramatic organization for the limited facilities with which it must operate. There have been poor plays, no doubt. . But there have b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 February 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE A Mwtp*P*r puMMxtd by A* ntudent* of Mot Inttttute at Houston. Tem Ent<r*d ** Mtond eh MM mattmr October M. MM. at th* po<to!Hce in Ham ton. Tex** urn ier th* Act of Match !. !S79. BatucripH** ppt't- M.00 per Yttr, Ms per Copy. JtckQtenn Edttor-tn-ChM J Hwrenc. Moot* M.n.Kiw! Editor Robert VtdenLotmdon Bun)nessM*n<M!er Edhortt) BtaK Waiter Barnes A*soctate Editor GeratdineJenninw Society Editor HaxetCannan Co-ed Feature Editor Sarah Lane Ex-Studea Editor R. T. Wiibankt Sportt Editor Buaineee Aewtiatea HaiHannan Cireutation Manager C.W.Martin AdvertMng StaK Reporter' Mary I.oui<e Ford, Slime Tessier, Fanny Menu Emery, Martha Francis Hitt. John Jameeon. Katherine Wood. Ben Duggan, George Wiiiianw, Sadie McLean, Ray i.. Rountree, Lottie Gray. May iiickey. Juiian Muench, Max Jacobs. REAL SCRIMMAGE THIS SPRING. John W. Heisman has sent a letter to Rice asking that all shoulder-pads and helmets be taken from the store room, dusted and put in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 February 1924

THE THRESHER :: HO US TO N, TEXAS 3 ef La.y; Home jR#zor&ac%jr J- By Will Banques The Rice Owln fell in defeat before the Arkansas Ba^orbacks last week in the Hnal tame after winning. the previous engagement of the aeries. The score was 29 to 33. Incidentally, the stropping at the hands of the Beds gave Rice a cinbh on the cellar negotiations. Had the Owls won both contests, they would have emerged from the sink and forced the Hedge- hogs in. In the initial fray, the Blue and Gray forged from behind a four point lead at the end of the first half, and defeated the Arkansas gang, 30 to 19. The Owls had things their way in the last half. The playing of Fitch was a feature of this game. His crip shots were hard on Arkansas. Willis, Calvin and Swartz played well on the offensive, while little need be said of Ray except that he outdid any other guarding he has done this season. In the second battle, Travis Calvin, the smallest Owl eager, was high point man of the evening with ten poin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 February 1924

THE THRESH ER :: HO US TON, TEXAS ?so c re Try J Miw Mozelle Henderson had ae her gueat last week, Mise Betsey Lowell, of Waco. Miss Martha Scott has returned to school after having spent two weeks at Kerrville. Miss Ina Mantooth, who has been the guest of Misses Hazel Cannan and Geraldine Jennings for the past ten days, has returned to her home in Lufkin. Miss Marjorie Hfrey has returned to school after a week's iiiness. Ross Wright was host at a detight- fu] affair of quite an informal nature on Friday evening following the hasketbai! game. President McVey, '27, was the guest of honor and the person net of the guests included a group of co-eds and members of the Freshman dance committee. Dancing formed the chief diversion and late in the evening an ice course was served to some twenty guests. Mr. Ross was assisted by his mother, Mrs. Wright and bv Mrs. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fondren enter- tainw! with a "stag" dinner on Tues- day evening, February 26, honoring tht' officers and ...

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