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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 May 1924

THE THH ESHEH :: HOUSTON, TEXAS ^0 JR^ce g?tt% P%r<nfej? *SjpRf CoMjp/e; tnjff TMfjr JHere Owia Hit Welt —Swamp Visitors; Score 19-5. The Rice Institute basebalt team ex- perienced the pleasurable sensation of a lopsided win. a joy that heretofore has not been theirs, when they tram- pled the Southwestern Pirate nine into the dirt by the score of 19 to 5 Wednesday. The Owls came from be- hind in the fourth and tied the score, after which they found things exact- ly to their liking. Dutchy Wilford pitched his most effective game of the season and let the visiting batters away with five safeties. The Owl sluggers, on the other hand, battered Reynolds unmerc- ifully for 16 hits. These coupled with Pirate errors in the field,'gave the local collegians their total. The Owls had their heftieth frame in the seventh, during which stanza, thirteen men came to bat. Although only five hits were given out by Rey- nolds, the Owls managed to tally ten times. The Owls might have had more runs t...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 May 1924

THE THRESHER 1: HOUSTON, TEXAS if 3 Ben Dtiggga No? Only JffMdenf ### ######### WlfA fAe Jfecref o/ Jfttcce^yjp ############ HereAnof/:er FcAeme Young men of Rice, what are iiving for? Hava yom an object in iife daar to you as iife itaeif, without the at- tainment of which you wiii fee! that your iife wiU have been a wide, ahore- teaa waate of ahadow, peopled by the apectrea of dead ambition ? Ia it your consuming ambition to paddie quietiy but firmiy up the atream of time With maniy atrokea, against the current of pubiic opinion, or to iinger aiong the seductive banks, going in awimming; eareiess of the future, gathering aheiis and tadpotea aiong the ahore! Have you a distinct idea of a cer- tain position in iife which you wish to attain ? Have you decided whether you wiii be a great man, and die in the pour house, and have a nice com- furtabie monument after you are dead for your destitute famiiy to iook at; or wiii you content yourseif to piug aiong through iife as a bank presi- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 May 1924

VOLUME IX R!CE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 17, 1924 NUMBER 30 pU!tEKA! ! Back to normalcy again. Feds funny, looks funny, for The Thresher to be itself once more. Four weeks of exaggeration. One month of everything from comedy to tragedy within the columns of our be- loved Rice weekly. Every extreme has been touched up. Gripes have been aired. Both dumb and clever journal- ism have appeared. Fun, laughter, would-be gripes, real gripes, near- slander, slush, half-baked dignity, a little sense, murdered news, pink pa- per, green paper, "Vice Topics," "Fish Topics"—all these and more have flavored the copy of Rice Institute's newspaper for the past four issues: the classes have had their finger in the journalistic pie. * * * Verbal pictures of the most awe- inspiring mental aberrations have greeted the reader's eyes in each of the four class issues. * * * Following on the heels of the Sen- iors' dignity came the Junior shock, which was to be followed by a series of gripes tinged wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 May 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEJKAS THE Member Tew intercoiifgiate Pres< AoMtiation. A waekiy Mwtptper puMithed by th* <tad*nt< of Rio< hutUtute at ! , Teaas Entered aa atcond ctaM mutttr October 17. MH. at the poatoKtc* fa Homtoo. TMUH under tht Act of M*rch MM. SahMriptian R*t*< (Z.OO par YeM, 10e per Copy. jMkGbnn Edttor-in-CMef J. Lawrence Moore MnnminK Editor Robert VtdenLottsdon BtMinenManazer Editeriei SttK Gera!dine Jennings . 80°'"*? Editor, H<tzetCanntn &Md Feature Editor Sarah Lane Ex^Btudea Editor K. T. Wiibanks Bportt Editor BHaineaa Anaociatea Haiiiannan Circuiation Manager C. W. Martin Advertiaing Staff Reportera Mary Louise Ford, Slime Tcasier, Fanny Bess Emery, Martha Francis Hiii. John Jameson. Kuthmitte Wuod, i!cn Uuggan, Heorge Wiiiiams. Sadie McLean, Ray L. R'oontree, Lottie Uray. May HMtey. Jutian Muench, Max Jacobs. EVOLUTION OF THE HALL COMMITTEE. As the sdioo) year is drawing to a close and we are disposed to took back over what has been do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 May 1924

TgE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS w g?: ' r ^TlAiVCLiFF gETN NEW RECORD MCE CAPTAiM H$CUS 134-9ATMSTM Fred Stanctiff, Owl track captain, created a surprise at the Southwest- ern Conference track meet at Austin iaat Saturday when he set a new re- cord in the discus throw by heaving the piate 134 ieet, 9 inches. Just five minutes before Stanciiff's hefty throw, big Joe Ward of Texas had set a new record with the discus by making a throw of 133 feet, 3 inches. His holding of the record was very short-iived. "Tiny" Keen of Texas A. and M. had previously held the record, which was set in 1922. Stanctiff was in better form in Saturday's meet than he, has been ail season, and most of his throws were for over 130 feet. Five other records were broken at the conference meet. The five points made by Stanciiff were the only scores that Rice made in the meet, but at that managed to finish out of the cellar, since S. M. U. was able to contract only two points. In the preliminaries, held the day befo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 May 1924

T HE THRE SHE B i: H 0 CST 0!). T EX AS Z?eaMf#M/ -S&r&ig tAma/ ^**##*###### JEp:<%emi?c o/ fn^jpecfiow T7*%)jr #*#^######## For Eng^necny The spring weather seems to have brought with it the usual epidemic of inspection trips among the engineers. PracticaHy att of them (and a num- ber of entirety uninvited arts men) accepted the invitation of the Hous- ton Lighting and Power Company to lunch and inspect the Deepwater plant several days ago. Last week the etectricats and me- chanicals taking shop spent an after- noon with one of the Southern Pa- cific's designers who showed them the lotai railroad shops. incidentally, these shops are eon- ducted under a pavroH of about $400,- (tnOanmntl). l or this week the schedule aiready contains a trip to the Cable Street station of the light company for the -iuniors. and the Senior mechanicals wi]] inake other trips before gradua- tiftt to the i'oj'd plant, Texas Portland Cement plant, turning basin, etc. The shop class will also go ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 May 1924

VOLUME IX MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 24, 1924 NUMBER 31 'THIS issue of The Thresher may * property be catted the "farewell number." * * * It is the final Thresher until next Faii and marks the close of a year's activity at Rice. * * * During this year what has hap- pened? Many things. + * * We have !ost from Rice a host of professors, men who are known for their intelligence in many regions of the earth. An unfortunate ioss, indeed. * * * We have seen the progress of an- other fine buiiding on the Institute campus. * * W We have seen a reorganization of athletics, with a subsequent rebirth of hopes for next year. * * * We hear that a new plan of en- trance into Rice is to be adopted next Faii. * * * - We are aware of numerous changes and processes of change and preserve in our make up a certain enthusiasm for the unmade history of Rice Insti- tute. * * * We are ready to ieave after nine months of study and we will be more ready to return next Fall. TT is the time of year whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 May 1924

3 THE THRESHER :: H0U8T0N, T EX AS THE HER Member Texas !ntercoM*gi*te Prex< A^nociation. A wwkty newspaper puMiohed by the students of Rtoe !nstitute at Houston. Texas Entered aa second ehua matter October IT. MM. at the poeto<!iee tn Houston. Texas under the Act of March !, tSW. Sabaeriptton Bats* MOO per Year. 10c per Copy. JackGtenn Ed)tor-)n-Chtef J. Lawrence Moore Managing Editor Robert Vaden London Business Manatter Editoriai Staff CeraMineJenning* Society Editor HazeiCannan Co-ed Feature Editor Sarah Lane Ex-Studea Editor It. T, Wiibank8 Sports Editor BuaineM Associate* HaiHa""*". Circulation Manager U. W.Martin Advertising Staff Reporters Mary Louise Ford. Siime Tessier, Fanny Hens Emery, Martha Francis Hi!!, John Jameson, Katharine Wood, Hen DugKan, George Wiiiiams, Sadie McLean, Ray L. Rountree, Lottie Uray, MayHirkpy, Ju!ianMuench. MaxJact'hs. EXEUNT. This is the time of year when college and high school papers o\t/t* the country are writing editorials about "looki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 May 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS TWO OWL CAPTA!NS w***#w*ww#*w LEAVE VIA DIPLOMA CHARLES SWARTZ When he stole home in the fina) baaeball game of the season last Sat- urday, and saved the Owls from being whitewashed by Baylor's basebaH Bears, Charles Yancey Swartz ended his athietic career at Rice Institute. "Choilie," has starred on the Rice varsity basketbaH, basebaH and foot- ball teams for the !ast three years. He was captain of the iatter team iast season, and lead it always pith a vim and steiiar piaying. He was given mention on ait-South- western footbaU and basketbaH teams in the past two years and was men- tioned by some Eastern coaches for ail-American halfback last year.. Swartz has been Rice's outstanding athletic star for the past three years on account of his versatility, and his place will not be easy to fill. TWO LONGHORN TEAMS PLAY FOR RACQUET T!TLE The net squad from Rice fell short of the brilliant record made in confer- ence tennis this season at the meet staged at Sout...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 May 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON t TEXAS ** TY) BE CiVE^V AT PALACE TJHEATER "The Torchbearers," this year's an- nua! Y. W. play of the Dramatic Club, was so weii received when it was pre- sented at the South End Junior High S' hool auditorium on May 9. that it is to be given again next Monday even- ing at the Palace Theatre. It is nothing out of the ordinary for college plays to be given in the audi- toriums of the auditoriums of the schools but it is a rare good fortune to achieve such success that a repe- tition in a professional theratre is necessary. It speaks we!l for the Rice talent and Rice direction that such a repetition is demanded. John Clark Tidden has been secured a.s director for the Palace presentation of the play. He has done an admirable piece of work in polishing up the cast atnl restoring the smooth running or- der of the action in the few days he lias had. Tidden is well-known to Houston theatre-goers as a leader in "little theatre" prdouctions, and is both an actor and ...

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

VOLUME X RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1924 NUMBER 1 OWL Rice Topics TJELLO, there. Howar' yu? Glad to see you back. Yes, I did, rather hot, though. Did you? Uh huhm. Boy, you're right! Heisman knows his stuff, don't he? No, not this year; maybe in two or three years, though. Off, pro? He is? Comstouk? Just Chastain, huh, too bad for him. Yes, 'tis, hard schedule. Appendicitis, huh. Say, that tears up things. There's the old lady, s'long, see you again." (Repeat numerous times, with slight variations.| —Picture of a stude ar- riving on the campus. _0—O—0— E could have stood the loss ni a " star lineman; a backfield man out with injuries is not so disastrous; a faculty man can be replaced if he re- signs; but who is there' that can fill Jack Glenn's shoes? The driving force of the student body is temporarily on the shelf. The power is off; it will take some pushing and straining to keep the school rolling until Glenn can return. * * ♦ Somebody has got to lead yells an...

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

THE THRESHER s: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE Member Texas Intercollegiate l'ress Association A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston, Texas Entered as second class matter October 17, li>l(>, at the postoffiee in Houston, Texas under the Act of March 3, 187l>. Subscription Kates $2.50 per Year, 10c per Copy Jack Glenn Editor-in-Chief Robert Vaden Logsdon Business Manager THE ROLE OF FOOTBALL In the collegiate scheme of things, one often finds it hard to solve the problems of relativity. The glamour, the buoyancy of spirit that accompanies the opening of school, warps the judg- ment of the most sedate and wise. Without meaning to preach, therefore, and particularly without intention of suppressing enthusiasm. The Thresher points out the danger of over-emphasizing the gridiron game. Never before in Rice's history lias interest in football been so high. And that is well. But football, after all, is secondary. Rice primarily is a uni- versity devoted to s...

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

THE THRESHER HOUSTON,TEXAS 3 MCEVELLS Memorize these, frontwards, back- wards, upsidedown and otherwise, Freshmen. They are last year's yells. Tiiey may be changed some, and some new ones will be introduced, but these will be used for starters. They are not to be whispered, or spoken, but YELLED! Clip the list and bring to yell prac- tice. YEA BICE. Yea-a Rice! Yea-a-a- Rice!! Yea-a-a-a RICE!!! R-I-C-E RICE! * * * FOUR "R" RICE!!! R, R, R, R, I, I, I, 1, C, C, C, C, E, E, E, E, RICE ! Team, team, team!!! * * * •S-ALL RIGHT. GANG •S-all right, Gang, FIGHT 'EM! * * VARSITY YELL Sh-h-h-h Blue! Gray!! Varsity! (Slow) Yea, Owls, Yea, Owls, Yea, Owls, (Fast) FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! (Slow, wtih increasing speed) Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, Roc, OWLS!! * # * INDIVIDUAL YELLS 1. Long Yell Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, (Player's name) * * * 2. Short Yell Rah, Rah, Rah, (Player's name) * * * LOCOMOTIVE (Gaining Speed) Rah, rah, rah, rah, R-I-C-E, Rah, rah...

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

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS ' f r-'-A.J / .f ' '0k>'iwM^c >SE* iliiil ,i .,;<*• 1 . it/; I ^ 'i i'*'/ i , x, I sl®^ 'is® '.'' it1 > . * Zip/ Bang! Owls Snap Into It! f &-,• * r ***%« % P 1V" • r • EQUIPMENT New Punt Driver Is Big- Aid To Kickers Conch John Heisman, in addition to being a football mentor, is a disciple of Thomas Edison. He hus boosted the great American college game by inventing several articles of equip- ment for use by players. His latest success is the "Heisman Punt Driver," for which he applied for patent this summer. It is an aluminum cap, leather covered, to at- tach to a kicking shoe, and enables a punter to control the ball with greater ease. A special shoe with the attach- ment made on it also is available. He nets $2.50 for the attachment, and has received a number of orders from Texas high schools already, notwith- standing the fact that the invention has been given almost no publicity. . He is the inventor of a shoulder pad which is by far...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS 6*^ SOUTHWESTERN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE, '24 BICE TEXAS U. TEXAS A. ft M. BAYLOR 8. M U. T. C. U. ARK. U. OKLA. A. ft M. SEPT. 20 John Tarleton College Station _ SEPT. 37 OCT. 4 Southwestern Austin (Sept. 24) Phillips A untin Trinity U. College Station Simmons Abilene N. Texas Teachers Dallas E. Texas Teachers Fort Worth Southwestern Teach. Stillwater Kansas U. Lawrence, Kan. T C. U. FORT WORTH Sam Ho. Normal Houston Southwestern College Station Sewanee Dallas N. Texas Teachers Waco Trinity U. Dallas Daniel Baker Fort Worth (Oct. 3) Springfield Normal Fayettevllle llendrix College Fayetteville OCT. U OCT IS OCT. 2S NOV. 1 NOV. 8 NOV. 15 NOV. 22 NOV. 27 <TH(i.) Southwestern Houston Howard Payne Urownwood Ok Cent. TeacherA Dallas (Oct. 10) Austin College Dallas (Oct 10) OKLA. A ft M. FORT WORTH L. S. V. Houston S. M. U. DALLAS Arkansas Assies College Station (Oct. 17) ARK. U. WACO TEXAS U, DALLAS Simmons Abilene (Oct. 17) BAYLOR U. WACO Mo. School ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 September 1924

It THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS TheLowDown CINEMA. QUEEN—"The Covered Wagon," starring Lois Wilson, Ernest Tor- rence, Warren Kerrigan and a devilish good supporting cast. Great picture. If you can't get a kick out of it bet- ter go sign up with an undertaker. ISIS—"The Tenth Woman" stars June Marlowe, Beverly Bay lie, John Koche and Raymond McGee. Some ci it- ic called June "the girl with the soul- ful eyes." He was right. This movie is artistic, hut you ought to enjoy it. Handsome John has such a masterful way of handling the women. CAPITOL—"The Man Who Fights Alone" has only one redeeming fea- ture in it- the acting of Lois Wilson. Aside from that the film is the most boring excuse for a movie that's come here in six months. I.IHKRTY "Changing Husbands" lias a lot of this old "suggestive" stuff in it you know me, Gertie Leatrice Joy lounges about half nude and gets you all excited then puts on a ri- diculously too large fur coat and keeps it on for about twenty minutes. By that ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1924

VOLUME X RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 26, 1924 NUMBER 2 Rice Topics DAJAMA-CLAD slimes made a pic- * turesque showing on Main Street. Sophs wielded the belt and paddle like veterans of old. And therein lies a tale. ltfO LESS than a dozen complaints have come to The Thresher about sophs who applied their belts heavily but who received none of the applica- tion last year. Of all the dirty stunts in hazing, that's the most contempt- ible—dodging hazing as a slime, then administering it as a soph. For the few guilty of such unsportsmanship, The Thresher advocates the well known stream adjoining the athletic field. * # * * 'EUJRTHERMORE, a hint now may save some slime embarrassment next year. You freshmen who pride yourselves in the fact that you can hide in town and avoid the fun may take this friendly tip for what it's worth. You can get by, but until aft- er you're a senior your class and the other classes too will know you as a coward. Enter into the spirit of Rice, or g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1924

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS -laur TU C C D ■ n C TTTWCOTI C K Member Texan Intercollegiate Press Association A weekly newspaper published by the students of Rice Institute at Houston, Texas Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postufflce in Houston, Texas under the Act of March S, 1879. Subscription Bates 12.50 per Year, 10c per Copy Jack Glenn Editor-in-Chief Robert Vaden Logsdon Business Manager CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE: Edgar Lovett. John Heisman. Merne Sharpley, Mercer Ingram. Kern Tips. Chauncey Stewart. (Jerry Jennings. Dick Wilbartka, Sarah Lane $65 FOR A SIXTY-PIECE BAND. Aside from the new spirit and system in football, no other thing about Rice this year has commanded as much interest as the band. It seems incredible that 52 men reported for band practice on the f irst day, and that a total of 60 is expected before the first game. To accommodate them all, 20 new uniforms have been ordered. But somewhere in the scheme of arrangements for the fall, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS 3 Lovett Speech— (Continued from Page 1.) Slate Assembly of New York. Mr. Roosevelt became the twenty-sixth, Mr. Taft the twenty-seventh, and* Mr. Wilson the twentyeighth president of the United States. These three gentlemen in their youth were thorough!- .e pa red foi college in public, and private schools: thev went to three of the oldest and best colleges of the country: in college and out all three lived laborious days; no one of the three wrecked either his own or the family fortune; each of the three took a straight four years' college course, graduated w.i honors, and promntly entered one of the best professional schools in the country; a little later, but not before completing the formal part of their education, all three had married com- paratively young; all three raised families, and sent children to college. Three Servants of the University. When Roosevelt. Taft, and Wilson entered Harvard, Yale and Princeton, these colleges were still small c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 September 1924

THE THRESHER HOUSTON, TEXAS OWL COACHES OPTIMISTIC; SQBADWORKS By Coach Heisman Last Saturday we had our first scrimmage. It was very short be' cause the weather was extremely hot, and we are trying hard to be care- ful not to ovrwork the players during this heated spell. However the coaches were well pleased with the way prac< tically all the men piled in, and par ticularly with the way they applied what they had been taught, not alone in individual play but with reference to team work as well. As the squad now stacks up we find ourselves short of a satisfactory quantity of second and third string men. The squad numbers less than 40 men, and of these almost half will have to toil a while longer before they will know enough about the game to be entrusted with responsibility. It will help some, though, when the Freshmen get organized and able to scrimmage against us several times a week. Looking over the material we find that the candidates for end positions average up the lightes...

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