The Daily Bulletin/Reveille. (College Station, Tex.) 1916-1938, January 20, 1917, Image 1

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Published daily (except Monday*) by the A. and M. Print Shop forcirculationamongstudents,
faculty, and campus residents.
Vol. II. College Station, Texas, Saturday, January 20, 1917. No. 92.
How About the Owl.
The following news article in
The Houston Chronicle concern
ing the possession of a supposed
ly wise old bird may be of inter
est to Bulletin “Subscribers”:
“In additon to breaking the hoo
doo Tuesday night by defeating
the Rice basketball team, the vis
iting Aggies made off with the
large gray owl which was parad-
ed about the Auditorium between
halves. After the parade the
Rice collegians in whose hands
the owl had been intrusted un
wittingly left the homemade bird
within eyesight of A. and M.
“When A. and M. won out in
the closing minutes of play the
bird was temnorarily forgotten.
A few hours later it was speed
ing northward on a Houston and
Texas Central train.
“A member of the Aggie five
wired of his team’s success that
night and also said in the mes
sage that a rare trophy was be
ing brought to College Station
As a result of the message, neat
ly 1000 cadets met the train at
the depot, while the cadet band
ground out the music
“The Rice owl is to be given a
place of honor in the A. and M.
Basketball Results.
A and M. won from Louisiana
Industrial College at Lafayatte
Wednesday night by the score of
28 to 16. The Aggies lost to L.
S. U. Thursday night. Score 24
to 15, They played L. S U again
last night and will meet Tulane
Mayor Lindsley to Speak.
A letter to President Bizzell
from Mayor Lindsley of Dallas
advises that he will spend Fri
day, February 9, at College and
will address the faculty and stu
dent body on Friday evening of
that date. The Dallas Club will
be asked to assist in entertaining
Mayor Lindsley.
Longhorn Announcement.
All members of the Committee
on Senior Write-ups will turn in
to me at once a list of the names
of men assigned to them
0. F Spencer
gymnasium during the Rice Ag
gie basket ball games there.
Possibly it. wfill be recaptured by
Rice at that time.
“It cost the Aggies something
to transport the stuffed bird to
College Station, for its weight
was 191 pounds.”