The Thresher (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS
Rea! Brogue Oxfords
ful! of pep and snap.
THE "BANCROFT" BROGUE OXFORD
Pictured above is one of the many styles we're showing-
and it's made a big hit with college men.
The "BANCROFT" is a plain toe
mode] either in Mack or tan "Nor-
wegian" calf. with broad saddiestrap
ot pebbled "Scotch" grain leather; ex-
tra heavy broad hee) and so!e.
A wonderful college man's shote, at
Why Jo we sell them ? _
Why Jo we recommenJ them?
Why Jo we JepenJ on Kup-
penheimer gooJ clothes to
Just because Kuppenheimer
good clothes are an investment
in good appearance, because they
please you, serve the purpose of
our business: give it strength,
confidence, friends, and perma-
You'll like the newest styles and
fabrics. Very unusual values now
LEOPOLD <3 PRICE
—the House of Kuppenheimer Good
Headquarters for Cotiege Men
TUFFLY & SC0GG1NS
524 MAIN ST. RICE HOTEL BLOCK
We Close at Seven Saturdays
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YOU WtLL MEEO A CORONA !N COLLEGE
STUDENT'S who hand in coronatyped
themes, essays, iaboratory and lecture notes
invariably receive higher marks. !n fact,
you are badly handicapped in school or col-
lege without a Corona.
Seniors' theses MUST be typewritten, so why not have a
machine now and use it all through college'.'
Then, too—cqronatyping your notes helps you to remem-
ber them, and when exams come you have something leg-
ible to study from.
A few years ago it was a for-
tunate student who could possess
a typewriter—for a "standard" ma-
chine cost $100—and then it had to
be crated and shipped to college.
What 8tudents Say:
"Corona goes to school with me
every day. Theme work is done
more quickly and neatly. "—Byron
"My notes are always neat and or
derly and easy to read."—Earle F.
Brookins. Alfred University.
But Corona can be tucked away in a corner of a suit case,
and costs but $50—easy monthly payments.
We Rent Typewriters to Students
Speciai Rates $3.00 per month
HOUSTON TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
408 Fainin Street Houston, Texas
BOYS! A NEW BARBER SHOP FOR REAL SERVICE
vt*)T ua i"
Satl<faetlon Must Be Your*
PRAtRtE BARBER SHOP Corner Prairie and Fannin
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An informal social wiii be heid on
the lawn of the South Main Baptist
Church at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
September 23. All Rice students are
invited to come enjoy the games and
fun. There will be something doing
every minute. The old students wiil
renew their friendships, and the Fresh-
men will get acquainted.
The girls are eagerly awaiting the
return of Mr. Leslie Mann, who will
make the finai announcements about
the physical training for women. !t
is hoped that three afternoons a week
are to be devoted to work in the gym
this year. This work is not compuls-
ory. but it is advised, and there will
be a notice posted later about signing
up for it with Mrs. Stratford.
It is necessary for every girl in the
Institute to register with Mrs. Strat-
ford. If you haven't done this, go im-
mediately to her office and do it.
Ttice is extremely glad to welcome
its out-of-town girls. Owing to the
tack of provision for women on the
campus comparatively few have made
Rice their choice of schools. This
year there is a much larger number
than ever before and every ottehere
is anxious to get act]uainted"ith the
ttew girls at once. Among these girls
art several who have no relatives
Miss Florence Xichohts from t'ieve-
lantl, Ohio, is the sister of Air. H. O.
Nicholas of the chemistry depart-
Miss Nell Vance Davis from San
Augustine, Texas, a Freshman here,
is a cousin of Rev. J. Ludd Davis,
president of the -t. M. C. A. and a
member of the Samurai Club.
Miss Abby H. Duggan. sister of Hen
Duggan of the class of '24, comes
from San Antonio to register here as
a Freshtnan. She is also a sister of
Alston Duggan of the class of IS. who
died at his home in San Antonio this
summer. Old students remember him
as commanding officer of the S. A. T.
C. here during the war and think of
him only with love and admiration.
Miss Minnie Kate Sewell of Mexia,
is also a Freshman here this year. Her
brother, Alt*. Walter Sewell is late reg-
istering this term, owing to a recent
Other new girts from other towns
are Miss Mina Singleton. Lufkin.
Texas; Miss Andree Clotilde Fallt-
gant, Glen Park; Miss Thelma Jones.
Palestine: Miss Rose Parsley. Austin;
Miss Thelma Tong, Beaumont: Miss
Dora Arthur, Nacogdoches: Miss Aima
Heard. Lufkin: Alias Minnie Scarbor-
ough, Lufkin; Miss Oriel Patterson.
Patterson. Ark.: Miss Gladys Biggs.
Humble; Miss Katherine Kincannon,
Bruceviile; Misses Avis and Onida
Bailey. Galveston; Miss Pauline Mayo,
Mexia; Miss Helen Livingood, Bay
City; AHss Mildred Glass, Waco; Aliss
Mayo Gene Dunlap. Ennis; Miss Alar-
tha Irene Owen. Holly Grove. La.;
Miss Minnie Lea Mangham, Cuero.
Announcement has been made that
there will be a "Saturday Night
Dance" in the Commons tomorrow
night at 8:30. The initial one of
these dances was staged in the Com-
mons last Saturday night and a large
number of students attended
For the edification of new students
it is timely to say a word about the
two girls' literary clubs, the Elizabeth
Baldwin Literary Society and the Pal-
las Athene Literary Society, better
known as "E. B. L. S." and "P. A. L.
S ' respectively. These organizations
are for the purpose of promoting in-
terest and study along literary lines
and the membership is honorary. New
members are voted it) each year, and
it is considered a great honor to be
among the. lucky ones chosen. It has
previously been the custom for the
two clubs to unite in giving a large
social function at which they meet
the new girls and "get acquainted."
Attendance at this affair is also by
invitation. More about it will he an-
Centra) Preabytertan Church, Fannin
and Pease, Rev. James Himer Fergu-
son, B. P.. pastor. Sunday Schooi ciass
for Rice students. 9:45 a. m.; subject
at 11 a. m., "The Main Source of Hap-
piness;" subject at a p. m.< "The Lure
of Life;" Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
Christ Eptaeopa) Church, Texas and
Fannin. Rev. Peter Gray Sears, rector.
Hoiy communion at 7:30 a. m.; church
school at 9:30 a. m.; service at 11 a.m.
Congreaattona) Adath Yethurum
(Orthodox), Jackson and Walker Ave.,
Rabbi W. WUlner. Services: Friday
evening at sunset, Saturday morning
First Baptist Church, City Audito-
rium. Pians for the iargest Rice class
are being made, to start at an early
date. At present Rice students are
invited to the Baraca and Philathea
classes at the City Auditorium at 10
a. m., and to the Leavel! Bible class at
the Queen T^atre at 9:45 a. m. This
class is for men and will be the larg-
est men's class in Texas in a short
time. The attendance last Sunday
was 320. A reception for Rice stu-
dents is being planned and full an-
nouncement wilt be made later.
First Christian Church, Main and
Be)). Rev. H. R. Ford, pastor. Bible j
School at i<:45 a. m.; worship at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Young Ladies
i'ltilatheaclass, taught by Airs. Jet)
kins; Young Men's Century Bible
ciass. taught by the minister iti (he
First Presbyterian Church. Main and
MiKitmey. Rev. W'm. States.lacobs.
pastor. Sunday Schooi at 9:43 a. m.
A ciass for Rice hoys, with Judge
BrigRs as teacher; a ciass for Rice
girls, with Dr. Weiser of Rice insti-
tute as teacher. Services at 11 a. m.
ami 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor at
7 p.m. on the Aiain street porcit.
Holy Rosary Roman Cathoilc Church,
Berry and Alilam, Father Scanian, pas-
tor. Alassat7, S:30a]idl0:30a. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic
Church, Fattnin and l^ierce, Father N.
J. Crow, pastor. MassatO, 8. 9:30;
and 11 a. m. Sunday evening devo-
tion at 8 o'clock.
Rice Institute Sunday at St. Paui's
Aiethodist Church, Milam and Mc-;
Gowen. At 11 o'clock Dr. Porter wiil
deliver a speciai address to the stu-
dents on the subject, "Obligations of
Cultue, or the True End of Educa-
tion." Special music by the choir,
Second Presbyterian Church—The
Hice ciass had a fine beginning iast
Sunday. Mr. Burke Baker, who is the
teacher, wiii be out of town for the!
next two weeks, and whiie he is away
the ciass win have the opportunity of
having Rev. Jas. F. Hardie for their
Your Nearest Church, South End
Christian, 4000 Main Street, wiil wel-
come you heartily next Sunday. Dr.
Ryanwiiispeakatlla. m. on"The
Prayer That Gets Resuits." You wil!
enjoy the roof garden meeting at H
p.m. BibieSchpoi at 10 a.m.; Chris-
tian Endeavor at 7 p. m. "A friendiy
church with a message and a service
for people of today."
South Main Baptist Church. West
Main ami Day Streets. Rev. At. Ai
Wolfe, pastor. Only two blocks from
Alain and Eagle Ave. The Rice ciass
wil meet with I)r. Wolfe in the itice
Ciub room at 9:45 a.m. Services at
11a. m. and 8 p.m. B. Y.P.I'. ;tt
7 p. m.
Trinity Episcopal Church, Alain ami
Holman Ave., Rev. Charles Ciingman
and Rev. Gordon M. Reise. ciergy.
Holy communion at 7:30 a. m.; church
school rally day service at 9:30 a. ni.
Mortt-ing service and ordination of Rev.
Gordon M. Reise at 10:45 a. m. Serv-
ice for parents of the members of the
church school at 7:30 p. tn.
Six Weeks' Preparation—The First
Aiethodist Epworth League and Rice;
class have been preparing for six j
weeks to receive the Rice students.'
Everyone come to the First Aiethodist !
Church, Main ant) Clay, at 8 o'ciock ;
Friday evening, September 23, and j
have a big itme. Freshmen, this will
be a fine opportunity to get acquaint-
ed and to begin to feel at home.
Pants Suits for Young Men
Double Wear in the Extra Pair
A wonderfu) assortment in Herringbones, Pencil
stripes, etc., all woo] materials and beautiful colorings.
TWO PANTS SUITS AT
$32.50 $37.59 $40
j Levy Bros. Dry Goods }
For a fAirJ of a Century—y4n /nstitnfion
LOOKING BOTH W4PS
When you are crossing the street you want to took hoth
ways for automobiles. This bank is here to help you loi<t<,
both ways in your finances—to look backward and look
forward. Many a man has been saved from financial dis-
aster by keeping in close touch with his bank.
GUARANTY STATE BANK,
Hermann !Mdg., Travis St., Houston. Texas
YE OLD COLLEGE iNN
5 ends Q?*
A SUH MADE FOR YOU
Anxious to SeM You
Your Athletic Supp!ies
and offer 10 per cent
discount to you.
Shoes, Supporters, Gym Suits, Football Supplies
And AM Supplies for the Athiete
C. L. BEMNG COMPANY
1009 and 1011 Capitoi AvlhSE
Wot on Main St
Will givt< you far greater satisfaction
thatt one you buy that "just about fits
Select your fall and winter suit from
individual patterns—have it made to
fit you—we guarantee satisfaction.
Come in and see the "College Man's
Coat" that we are showing.
Clothe* to order-"From the Cheapest That*! GooJ to the Best
BARRIMKR NORTON CO.
Tailors and Shirtmakers
410 Main Street
E. R. DUGGAN. Representative at Rice tnetitute
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The Thresher (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1921, newspaper, September 23, 1921; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth229895/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rice University Woodson Research Center.