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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1924

iHFnn VOLUME nc RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 7, 1934 NUMBER 22 MM TF you don't believe that exams are * on the way just walk out to Main Street any of these nights about 13:30 and take a squint at the dorms. If you are accustomed to seeing the three buildings which house our snor- ing members of the sterner element on most nights you will understand. From praeticaMy every window there issues forth a Hood of light which convinces peopie that the dorms are equipped with electricity after ail Some iights are burning for the first time this term. * * i Which ati reminds us that a week from today that death-iike stillness wil have fallen ove rour campus, and students will walk with uncertain steps and anxious faces, nodding as they pass, with jaws set and deep-set eyes staring wonderingly at the ground. * * * And students will also be wonder- ing how many athletes are pulling through—how much of the football timber is going to be hued before Heisman get here to trim it. TTOW now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1924

THE THRESH EB :: H OUSTON, TEXAS THE AwesMy Ast<gM*!whS.iM$. aadw th* M M per Year Mh p#r Copy. jMkObnn Mttor-i^ChM J. Lavrenw MooM Mawniaa Editor Robert Vttden Logsdon Busiaon Manager Z<Utath!8t*K GtraMineJenntnga Society Editor Hate] Canaan Co-ed Feature Bdttor Sarah Lane Ex-StudeeEdttor B.T. WHbank* Sports Editor BmineeaAaowiate* HatHannan Circutation Manager G.W.Martin AdvertMntt Staff Reporters Mary J.ouiM Ford. SHme Tet<sier, Fanny Bens Krnt ry, Martha Franeia Hi]), John Jameson, Katharine Wood, Men DuKgan, George W)]]iamii, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree. Lottie Gray. May Htckey, Juiian Muench, Max Jacobs. iN CALLING THE DOCTOR— Some students persist in thinking that Dr. Lummis is the of- ficial physician of the Rice student body. On several occasions there have been complaints because Dr. Lummis declined to treat cases of students as members of the group that he is engaged by the athletic association to treat, namely, athletes injured while participating in a game or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1924

THE THRASHER :: HO US TON, TEXAS 3 Ha: ^ ! OWLS LOSE P47R OF DESCEJVD-S OAT &R1SM The Chrlatian Horned Frog outfit learned of the tremendomt improve- went oi A^heraft'a Ow! baaketeera since the Hrat of the season when the two quintet# clashed Friday and Sat- urday nights in a pair of the most sensational cage games ever seen in Fort Worth, the Frogs took both encounters by a measiy one point margin, gained in each instance in an extra five minute period which sent thriH aftet' thrill through the excited spectators. The Hrst contest went to the Chris- tians, 31 to 30, whiie battie number two was finally won by the Frog aggregation after Ave minutes of gruelling fighting, resulting in a 35 to 34 score. At the end of the regular time of each game the score stood tied and the extra performance was caUed for. In Friday's game the counts bal- anced 15-15 at the end of the first hatf and 28-28 at curtain time of the iast frame. 30-30 was the way things stood at the close of the second ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 7 March 1924

THH THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEX A S TREE SPLEMMD PL*YS BMB) BY RMMESPtMS Three weH-balaneed caeta and some extraordinarily good acting on the part of seven student-actors made the winter MM of the Rice Dramatic eiub, presented Monday and Tuesday nights at the Autry House, probably the best that that organization has pro- duced in its three years of existence. The superb acting of Fred Shetton, supported by Miss Jean Sproule in one of the best portrayals she has made since her connection with the Dramatic C!ub. gave "He," a one-act tragedy by Eugene O'Neill, polish sel- dom found in amateur presentations. Hyman Pienn, Edward Hertxberg, J. Lawrence Moore, and Paui C. Creek- more did their part in "He" well enough to increase the force and in- terest of the spictidid little drama. Hertzberg, Moore and Creekmore are newcomers in the Dramatic Club. Comedy of the spiciest sort made "The Hero of Santa Maria," from the pens of Kenneth Sawyer Goodman and Ben Hecht, a highly entertaining piny. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1924

VOLUME M RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 1934 NUMBER 23 again! Some happy: some not so happy: aome downright sad! (Others are Weeping. Sh-h-h-.) * * * Sentiments are being expressed freely. For instance: Busted! Basted! Flanked on the final grades, Out of the dorms, out of the school into the everglades Of work and strife in business life— I'll make my mark in the world, and never my ferver abate. BUT— On the other hand, I believe I'll go to "State!" * * * This comes from some poor unfor tunate. * * * And then, in striking contract, comes a contribution from some light hearted brute who evidently "stuck." His emotions shape themselves in the form of a parlor story: He: "Hello, Jerry, did you pass?" She: "Yes, did you?" He: "Of course. Do you think I would have brought up the subject if I had failed?" QO much for such unpleasantness. ^ The fact remains that a goodly portion of us are back for the final round, and although some of us are groggy and fighting with our backs in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS THE A w**Hy Btwtptptr BMhUthtd by A# of Rta< tMtttut* Homtoa. T<uun Entorod M Monad etnn m<tt«r October M. MM. tt th< pMtofHex in Homton. TwM under tb* Act of M<trch !, i!T9. M M p*r Your, !9o p#r Copy. J<Mk G)eno Edttof*4n-ChM J. Lawrence Moore MjmMtaz Editor Robert VadenLogsdon BmtneM Manager Edttortat HtaH Geraidinejennintu SoctotyEdttor HatetCannan Co-ed FaatureEditor Sarah Lane Ex-Studea Editor K. T. WiibankB Hport* Editor Bmintu Aaaoetatea HalHannan Circutation Manager (i. W.Martin Advertizing Staff Repertera Mary Louise Ford. Siime Teonier. Fanny Mesa Emery. Martha Francis Hi!t, John Jameson, Katherine Wood, Ben Duggan. George Wiiiiams, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountroe, Lottie (iray, May Htckey, Juiian Muench. Max Jacoba. WORK —AND FOLLOW! Did you ever take a brand new gun out hunting with a!! the con- fidence in the world in that new gun ? And did you come upon the game you had desired for so long ? Yes, and then did you aim too high...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1924

THE T HRE SHER :: H OUSTON, TEXAS Owfjr De/eaf 0%&?rjr; On Agrg%e Diamond Open iSeajfonjFWday Coach O'Neill had a chance to test out hla unaeaaoned materia! Tuesday afternoon when the Owls did their first bit of work of the season against opposition by defeating the Guli Pro- duction Company team by the score of9toB. Dutchy Wiiford worked fairiy well in his initiai roie in the box this sea- son. He was touched rather fre- quently for a number of swats but had a nice defensive machine backing him up. The Oiiers used two pitchers, let- ting "Lefty" Burtscheii perform on the mound in the opening frame and then using "Nig" Anderson the rest of the game. Burtscheii was touched for a trio of runs which showed con- siderable hitting power on the part of the Owls. The Institutors did some clean hit- ting and fast field work, but failed to take advantage of a number of op- portunities. Texas A. and M. will be the first conference team against Rice this year. This battle will take place t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1924

DR. CALDWELL TO WRITE "A HISTORY OF THE U.S." Dean R. G. Caldwell, eeonomlat and historian at Rice, has signed a con- tract with G. P. Putnam* and Sana of New York, book publishers, where- by he is to write an American history in two volumes. The work is to be compieted by the end *of 1925, according to Dr. Ca!d- wt-ii. The first volume must be off the press by the end of this year. The history wi!i also be pubiished in Great Britain, although the English publish- ers have not yet been announced. "A History of the United States" witi be the title of the book, which witt include all the latest finding in the field of historical research in America. l)r. Caldwell is known to have a thorough knowledge of the sub- ject ami has a reputation for the di- rect, straightforward manner in which he presents the facts of American his- tory with primary aim to instruct in- stead of to please and paint a sugar- oated picture of our heroes in the past. it). CatdweH is professor of Anier- it an His...

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

BF'.'' lr VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 4, 1924 NUMBER 24 W7E congratulate the faculty on be- " Ing the first to take heed of Coach Heisman's statement that Rice is lack ing in traditions and that we should be building those traditions today- firm, soiid traditions on which future Rice activities and observances wiii rest. * * * It was an enjoyable holiday—and the SHmes esp&cailly enjoyed it, since the approval of the observance by the office made it unnecessary for them to arise at an ungodly hour and bar ricade the gates against invasion by book-worms, profs, and any other stray person endeavoring o gain en- trance to WiHiam Marsh Rice's Insti- tute on such a day as Aprii First. * * * And to think that a slip of paper, a mere slip of paper posted on the bul- ietin board, could make so many Freshman hearts happy and so many upperclassmen feel with pride that the office has cast it's lot to the building of tradition at Rice! * * * Sanction, thy name is blissful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS X. THE A washiy puMhthed by tbo <tud<nt« of Rte* tMtttut* *t Hmxton. T*m* Ent*r*d <n weont c!*n mtttot October M. MM, th# pottofHM 4a Homton. Tox*s am Act of Marsh !. M79. SabMfipthm R*tea !2.00 p*r Ye*r, Me ptr Copy. JutckGbnn Editor-tn-Chbf J. Lawrence Moore Managing Editor Robert VadenLogsdon Business Manager Kditoriai 8t*K Geraidine Jennings Society Editor HateiCannan Co-ed Feature Editor Sarah Lane. Ex-Studes Editor R.T. Wiibanks Sports Editor Business Associates HaiHannan Circutation Manager C.W. Martin Advertising Sta? Reporters Mary Louise Ford, Stime Tessier. Fanny Bess Emery, Martha Francis Hiii. John Jameson, Katherine Wood, Ben Uuggan, Ueorgo Wiiiiams, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Kountree, Lottie Gray, May Hickey, Juiian Muench, Max Jacobs. La Revue By Irene HIGH SCHOOL EMIGRATION. We put our foot in with the rest of the Texas colleges in asking why so many high school athletes leave the state in seeking their college education. With colleges...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Otf^Drop T\^o Gatnejr TUp Frog\y in Opening *SeWeF on jR%ce FYeM Two costly overthrows and a sud- den spurt of Frog hitting offset the pretty game pitched by Dutchy Wit- ford and the improved playing of the Owis in their game against T. C. U., Wednesday, enabling the Frogs to win by the score of 4 to 1. Wiiford pitched a nice game and showed a big improvement over his previous work. He was touched by the Frogs for eight hits, four of which were garnered in the fourth inning. He aiso did some good fielding. Fred Scott, twiriing for the visitors, pitched a good game, hoiding the Owis to three hits, and making 12 Institut- es fan the breeze. The Frogs smashed out a coupie of doubies whiie aii of Rice's hits were singles. A big improvement in fieiding was shown by the Rice gang. Bioxsom, Locke and Swartz piayed especially well. Captain Hale kept up his record of good work behind the bat. The box score: Rice— AB HPOA Locke, cf 4 1 3 0 Swartz, ss. 1 0 0 4 Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1924

THH THBB SHEB :: Z 0 US TON, TBI A S Happy Marriages Solve Troubles of #### ######## Men; "Economic Complacency" **##*****#*# Plays Important Part, Duggan Says (By Mitm Sadie Marie Bison) Life has its many problems, and about the greatest part of Mving is finding the solution to them. Some peopie never succeed in solv- ing their troubles, and these soon die of suicide or worry, white others seem to conquer their evii fates, and live happiiy ever afterwards. Benjamin Hardy Duggan, senior, and widely known as the Rice Insti- tute, declares that iife to him in fu- ture years witi be )ike unto a path of roses; that he knows what it takes to make a man happy—in this worid at least. Students Were Interested. Duggan was seated in a chair on the first floor of the Rice Institute Library, surrounded by a group of in- terested fellow-classmen, when he made this statement Tuesday. He was in a happy frame of mind, and didn't mind talking, if others lis- tened—and they did- His remarks were sand...

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

ATHLETES, ARE YOU COMING OFF PRO? LOOSEN OUR FOOTBALL FROM PROBATION VOLUME :x RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL II, 1924 NUMBER 25 WwHW a VyWCw H7ITH a huatte-bustte of aettvitiea " rushing down upon us from our spring steep, the rumble of approach- ing events at Rice is making' itsetf heard louder and louder. First, there come the ctass Thresh- ers, and in the midst of them the En- gineering Show, Rice Reiays, Spring Eiections and May Fight. Then there comes the Soph dance, the Unique Siime Struggle, the Owl, Campanile, Commencement, the Senior American, Final Ball—all of these interspersed with a large group of doing and un- doings which will keep the student body on its toes the remainder of the year. * * * The political pot Es being heated up and will be boiling as soon as ali can- didates are nominated. April 28 is the big election day at the Institute. It is to'be wondered how far the suf- fragette choo-choo will run, if there is to be one. 'Member the Sophs ? * * * And t...

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

THE A w*My Mwwp#r hy th* of Rte< hxMtato at Homton, T<wM« Ootoh#r H. 1SH. at th< nxtaHtc* tn Homtan. Tew andw < Act of M*reh ! 1M9. M M p*r Yw. Me pw Copy. J<n)tQban Edtt<M*)n-ChM ^MMUMtins^Mttor Edttorht Bt*V GtrtMiMjtnningt H<m) Ctnntn StrthLtne R.T. Wilb.n)M Society Editor C<Md Feature Editor Ex-Studes Editor Sport) Editor H*!H*nn*n G. W. Martin Bmiaew AMOtiatca StaK Reporter* Circuiation Manager Advertising Mary Louiae Ford. Siime Tessier, Fanny Bess Emery, Martha Francis Hiii, John Jameson. Katharine Wood, Ben DuKttan, George WUiiams, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree, Lottie Gray. May Hicitey, Juiian Muench, Max Jacobs. ATHLETES — YOUR BURDEN. ORnnfK?* it T INE up, athletes! JL/ We want to taik to you point WELL!! blank! We must have a talk with you, whether it be a heart to heart one or not. (This is the rest of the stu- dent body talking.) This is no time for sugar-coated aspirations, or "high-faiutin'" air castles which threaten to be top- pied by a cert...

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

THE THRESHER HOUSTON.TEXAS Student, Haunted By Memories of English 200,* Waxes*Eloquent * w w * * # * w * "# * w In Burning Letter to Thresher English 200 at last has had a fata! effect. The patience of one of our most eloquent students has been torn to shreds; and, unaMe to witstand the caU of conscience no longer, he has taken his pen in hand, "after three iong years," to give expression to the "white hot fiame" raging in his ex- pressive sou! "ere it consumes him." The burning eloquence of the siiver- tongued victim follows as sent to The Thresher editor under the title of "The impassioned Utterance of an Outraged Soui." "Fellow Students:— For three iong years there has kindled and burned in every fibre of my being a rancor that ever grew in intensity. At last it has burst into white-hot flame, and I must give it expression ere it consumes me. I shall be brief and plain: I speak of English 200. Fellow students: The time has now come for action. How long shall we suffer in silence...

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

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON. TEXAS Aimouiacan-nt has been made by itn' Karr'a Sigma fnatcmity, at Texas ot' the plttlging of George John, tx'^7, ni'Hice. iS!tss fslary MeKenxie, '23, and Miss Arnaii Marie hfiand, '22, visited at Kite Saturday. Susan ('tayton. from Shiptey Biyn Mawi', Petm., whohas been at hoan-for t!te spring vacation, visited with frit'nd.-siittheeiuiHteis Friday. .aa * The dance in tise coinniotts, Satur- d;.y e'vriiiug. was by far the'mOst'.hir ! -ns yet of the series being spon- ei .iih;, tin: Senior etass. Aiusic of a ap.-.,, variety, a.'.arjt<'ft crowd of stn- <ie).:-* and their ft'ien.is. art.) s4ag.^ ga- it.jii'ttr!tribute:i:.u the evcHing'y success. Air. andMrs. ('ampbet)chap- tna!:".i. .si'im'jin'.t'tc'iti.satadeofthetiis- 'en'tiiiuance ei the reguiar Sunday 'iou;C at.\utry House ita Uiernnanaieiot'thi'tera). c - i'be engagement and approaching inartiag, of Miss Aiatguerite J'-'thH. *! .;."jMr. Le,sterH. Ford, instructor n.iti.,:mati;.H. is aanottaeed t'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 April 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEX AS ^ § The speedy Texas Longhorn track team, rated as one of the best cinder trail organizations in the Southwest, had things their own way against the Owis in the initial meet of the season at Rice field, Saturday, April 5. The score was 103 to 14. Although the Owls put out the best that was in them and never once loafed on the job, they were no match for the rangy steers, who had not a bit of trouble in taking both places in each of the distances, converting these events into races between them selves for first place. In the dashes Sam Fitch came in at Jackson's heels, finishing second for Rice. He fell behind in the 220, however, and the Steers took both places. Lonnie Thomas made Rice's only first place when he hurled the javelin 166 feet and 5 inches. Captain Fred Stancliff of the Owls was a bit off his usual strength and failed to place in the discus, his fav- orite event. He took second in the shot put. A slip at the start, however, came near stri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 April 1924

THE THHT6S HER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS AWMM8T0 TOQML MB) Coach Heisman issued his A rat no- tiee to football men during the past week. In it he warned against miss- ing practice and reminded the ath- letes that only about fifty of the pres- ent eighty gridiron candidates would be chosen as candidates for the Var- sity next fail. Heisman announces that hereafter notices relating to athletic matters wilt be posted on a special board at the Held house. Notices on the bul- letin board in the cloisters will pertain to the student body as a whole. The coach is very interested in de- vising ways and means to get the dozen or more football men off pro. He heartily commends the irksome work in which the student-tutors have engaged themselves in helping the athletes, and regards it as a shining example of true school spirit. If there ate any other students who are will- ing to hetp as teachers they are -ask- ed to give their names to Heisman im- mediately. It would be the duties of this new crew to...

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

EMTMH SENIOR E0!T!M VOLUME IX RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 18, 1924 NUMBER Rice Topics HfELL. here we are! We submit for *' your approval the Senior Edition oi The Thresher. We hope you iike it; we've enjoyed doing it. And in giv- ing the regular Thresher staff a iittle vacation—if they go through each week with all we have for the past week, they certainty deserve it! To say the least, we know quite a bit more than we did about editing a paper. And we've added not a few words (which won't do to publish here) to our vocabulary. QOMETHING appeared in the Chron- ^ icle about a week ago which has caused us to wonder. We all appre- ciated Mefo's visit to Rice, but we wonder what he meant when he wrote "Discovered lots of things. Saw Dr. Iipvett, a tapeworm 14 feet long," etc. Which reminds us that we saw Dr. Lovett once last fall. But he looked differentia us! —0—o—o— W^ORD comes from President Mc- " Vey, of the Freshman class, that there may be a Freshman Boatride, after all. ...

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

&2 THE A w*My n<wtp*p*r paMMwd by th<t <tud<nt* of Bk* bMtitut* *t Homton. T<w Znt<Md M wcood statu 0*tob<r 17, Ml!, tt ths postoCKoe tn Homton, Tw andor th* Act af M*rch S. MW. M M pw Y<*r, Ms psr Cop? Charles Kmmett Elliott Editor-tn-ChM WHmerTMweM Managing Editor ChartesY. Swartz Huntsest Manager EDtTORiAL BTAFF. Robert J. James New* Editor JmephK. Ke)*ey Feature Editor Mary Janes Society Editor i'indarTurnhui) Ex-8tudes'Editor Noy] Charles WiMis Sports Editor Kayi.ynfhRuuntree Humor Editor BUStNESS ASSOMATES. titnryH. Pt'nix Advertising UtHjamin Hardy DuKKan Advertising C0NTMBLT0R8. Mary ijouist- For<). Katheritte Wwd. Sadie Mt'Ltan. I'almt-r Melton. Men Mitchell, Sybiimarie UennMton. David Walter Sewal), George WiiiiamB. THE THRESHER :: H OUSTO N, TEXAS The Telephone Rings. "Helto." "Hello, is Boo there?" "Boo who?" 'Don't cry, little girt, I guess I have the wrong number."—Indian- apoiis News. Her: "My father is a doctor, so I can be sick for not...

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