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Bloomington Daily Student (Newspaper) - April 5, 1911, Bloomington, Indiana
A i Fht vol. No. 120 a to m nil is Indiana University. Wednesday april 5, 1911 Price two cents coloured Sta debts get in the game and organize Alpha. Many activities Kappa Alpha no is the name of the fraternity recently organized by the coloured boys of the University. The members Are Diggs Caine Lee Edmunds Blakemore Armstrong Irvin Alexander Asher Grant and Mitchell. It now Occam it ies the House at 425 East Kirkwood Avenue. It is believed that with the old men who will return and the new ones that have been pledged it will be possible next year to secure a much larger House. Lewis Gann Johnson and Summers who have been prominent in the local High school athletics Morgan of , Tribble of Anderson and Bryant of manual training High school at Indianapolis have been pledged. The fraternity fills a much needed want among the Fellows in the a of providing adequate Means of recreation and s Kcal Intercourse. A glee club has been organized with Mark Blake Riviore As director. With the addition of Bryant and Tribble both Good musicians it will by possible Rrex year to perfect a music Al organization of consider Alyle Merit. A a base Ball team is l eing organized. The annual dance will be gown during the latter part of May which Siv vral alumni and out of town guests will Al Ciufu. The organization Here is the Only fraternity of coloured men in the country. Recently Steps have Iven taken looking to the establishment of chapters at other universities with the Hope of in gilding up ultimately a Large brotherhood of College men. To this end articles of incorporation for the general organization have been filed with the Secretary of state through attorney Hunter of the local bar. The fraternity has already i gun correspondence with students of other universities where chapters Are desired. In some instances representatives from the local chapter will make personal visits. The boys Are being aided in their efforts by several of the men who have graduate i from Indiana among whom Are Reynolds who has a in a Southern College Mcilwane of , Thompson the former Well known Indiana track Man and Hodge of Kansas City who took his master s degree Here last year. Dance slate the following fraternity dance dates have been set for Spring term Beta april 29th Phi delt May 5 Sigma no april 7 Kappa Sigma april 18 Phi Psi May 6 Delta Tau april 15 s. A. E., april 7 Phi Gam april 8 Sigma no april 22, june 3. Y. M. And y. W. C. A. Meet no Charies a. Hounshell who has been travelling among colleges for the last year in the interest of the student Volunteer movement will address a joint meeting of the y. M. And y. W. C. A. In the auditorium of the student building tomorrow a Enung at 6 30. Or Hounshell a College Man went to Korea seven years ago and a will Tell of experiences there. Preparations Are making for a Large attendance. Or. Hounshell will address soups in the University Friday and amp sturday. Hugo Richards of Huntingburg and Daniel hol Tanan of Brookston Are new Delta Tau Hono hed Homer Duttera the name is enough but he h senior president an All Wea tent foot Ball player president of the y. M. G. A. And other thug so Homer Dutter has been appointed principal of the Plymouth High school. That s not All. He Gieb $1100, which is a Large salary for a beginner. He will have a corps of seven or eight teachers and something Over two Hundred students to care for next in a mid sell Dutter keyed stump Stroup and Sweeney winners. Ralph Richman Homer Dutter Earl Keyes Albert stump Eari Stroup and John Sweeney won last night in the try out for the selection of the two debating teams that will represent Indiana in the tri College league consisting of Indiana Depauw and Wabash. Thirteen contestants four seniors four juniors three sophomores an Ltd two freshmen took part. Those who participated in the debate try out were Siumei Davidson. I up hell the negative August Hoch 11, negative Ralph Richman 13, negative James Robinson 14, negative Lawrence Reeves 11, negative Benjamin Scifres 12, affirmative p3arl Stroup 12, negative John Sweeney 14, affirmative Homer Dutter 11, negative Phillip Lutz 14, affirmative Earl Keves. 12, Neath in Albert stump 12, affirmative and Oman six affirmative. The topic for argument was Quot resolved that Indiana Shoultz prox id for the initiative and referendum constitutionality Samuel Davidson and Phillip Lutz will lie the alternates in the tri College debate. Quot the speeches wore much better in this try out than in Ilie other Irel Minar ies this year Quot decl Areil Ralph Sollitt very emphatically. Quot the delivery was As Good in As in the other try outs and material was equal As Goiti too even though the men had Shorter time for the preparation of their main arguments. The rebuttals were preparation for the Lel ate will commence at once. Toni Orrow thi men meet to Start strenuous work. They will work every Day until a it Quot the. The Date of the meet. T forms uus later sly pm sum to be equated by promoters. The University has Given $130 to the girl s Union promoters providing the girls raise an equal amount. The three Hundred will be used for the purpose of furnishing a Quot club room Quot for the girls. The committee which has been behind the plan met last night. It was found that some fifty dollars had been collected. During the next week the girls will Quot Rustle Quot for the other Hundred. The organizations will be canvassed easily and an Effort will be made to reach All other girls of the University and give each a Chance to contribute fifty cents to the cause. Edna Hatfield who is chairman of the Quot Booster Quot committee says that the fact that a girl feels that she is unable to pay her share does not mean that she shall not. Enjoy the use of the rooms. I she also announces that arrangements i will be made to allow t he girls to leave t heir half dollars at the University Luik store. Hami Slu already ready say Rumor of trick Beart and joke fest Roy chorus said to be exceptionally capable. Hygiene students Many. The record of 87.&Quot students for last year in Hygiene will doubtless be passed this Spring according to information from the University office. Beginning last night the doors of the student building were and locked As soon As the speaker entered the platform. This will do away with tardiness. Are you on arc you on the student subscription list we have been distributing the paper to student residences free Sample copies. Today s Pap it r is the first real Sample. We Hae been handicapped by typographical difficulties until today. Can you do without the student put your name on the list for free distribution will cease. With the attention of the student j body keenly directed towards the Prescita a Litiuz of Quot Rob Roy Quot the deut and for the subscription ticket is brisk. This comic opera is one of the latest of Reginak de Koven s compositions. It deals wich a romantic love Sto depicting the Early scottish life during the reign of George the second. The music is exceptionally i in Dutiful and is Fli filiault being the nearest to grand opera of any musical comedy Ever presented in this count a. The libretto of Roi Roy is from the own of Harry b. Smith of new York who is Noettl for his excellence in this line of work. Perhaps his Best known productions Are i the Quot Fortune Teller Quot and the and ithe i rehearsals were held monday and last j night under the direction of or. Campbell land or. Bert i. Harris who Are staging the production. With a capable cast and a chorus of great volume and showing aptitude in learning the various dances and drills much is to he Cypei Ted of this production of Quot Rob or. Harris has staged the Quot girl from Kays Quot a Frohman Success in which Siim Bernard and Hetty Williams were in the title roles and former musical plays of Fritzie sch Cal for John Cort. At present or. Harris has just placed on the Road the Well known vaudeville sketches Quot love Waltz Quot Quot at the Waldorf Quot Quot twentieth Century Quot and Quot piano during the past few years or. Harris has been identified with the Indianapolis dramatic club. In speaking of the Indiana University singers or. Harris said Quot this is an exceptionally capable chorus. They Are very Apt in learning the music As Well As getting their Steps. Every member has a Young voice which gives it a sweetness which is not to be found in the regular drilled the daily student is an All University newspaper. Most news must be handled by regular staff members but we want general student contribution to the news editorial and feature columns. Students and professors Are urged to contribute. One More flying rehearsal this afternoon and All sails will be set for the getaway tonight of the athletic Benefit minstrels at the Harris grand. This afternoon at three at the grand where the final rehearsals have been held during the last few Days the end men accompanied by the chorus will put on the entire show As it is to l c run off this evening. All parts Are worked off in whirlwind fashion by the Black end men while the ballads and shouts Are done to a turn. Good songs of the latest pattern thickly sprinkled with whip snapper jokes Are reeled off by the minstrel men in locomotive style. In addition to the regular minstrel performance and the play the dance Quot several features will be introduced Between the acts. A leading act will be done by a trick Bear in the charge of one of Bloomington s Foremost citizens. Some fan club swinging and trick gymnastic work a gymnasium director Kase will also enter into the entertainment. A third set Fialty will be the rendition of the newest Indiana song but a special Piar tet. The words and Muic of the song have been written by Rupert Redic. And if the weather permits one of the swell St parades Bloomington Evor saw will 1/e in order at High Lupin. Paul St Shmidt chairman of the processional committee has everything arranged and in readiness for the a starting gun ail he promises some of the Quot funniest things you Ever saw Quot each entry in the i Arale is working its brains anal in semen Ovir time in order to outdo ill other organizations in the Way of original funny business while the r cession is ii. A a a Orress. Mammoth crowd is expected almost the entire House at the Harris Irand being sold our. The minstrel is to be the first of numerous theatrical Altair s to come and will Mark one of the gala nights of the Spring term. Following is the program a Ltd bins in . Hutchins cannibals saturday. Quot Jarge Quot Henley Ikerd Steinhilb it or Ilea lit Quot Irmiter Buskirk Good Hamilton Friday the Williams of characters Duck Wilson eternally broke Paul Mcnutt Deacon Burke who does not care for schleppy Rose Hutton. The girl of it All Crystal Hall mrs. Herbicide fraternity House Cook Quot Stagg Quot Johnston or. John Fiske Cabman Robert Hill fraternity boys flip Nolting Rush Glover hurry Sherman chink Mitchell Dippy Durham Whity Langell egg Dunn neat Smith warble . M. Gohman Topsy Fox smoke Kent Snail Ford scrap Dodda rooster Redic Rabbit Scott Book Smith the Sphinx club will Dine at the Bowles tonight at 5 30,
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