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Bloomington Daily Student (Newspaper) - April 12, 1922, Bloomington, Indiana
Talk Indiana vol. A no. 139. Bloomington Indiana wed misday april 12, 1922. Established 1867.4 factors Beckon men to Indiana medical school rank of a-1 granted by american association of medical lowest in u. S. Beloved president of 1. U. Opportunities numerous for clinical instruction and positions As resident physicians. Men leaving High school this spi ing to answer to the title of Quot Doc Quot next fall can find four definite reasons for calling the Indiana University school of Medicine the Best in the country for All practical purposes. With the rank of a-1 Given by the association of american medical colleges at the annual convention in Chicago came an additional distinction when or. Charles p. Emerson Dean of the school of Medicine was elected president of the association. For the Young Man who is about to spend six years in the study of Medicine another significant fact was revealed by this association at its Chicago convention. The average amount of Money spent by the student at Indiana school of Medicine was found to be the least in the country for schools of first rank and far less than the average expenditures at such schools. In this investigation which covered 1,000 students the Cost at Indiana University was found to be $787.93 per student for the school year. The amount Danied by the average student was the highest in the country being about $30 per month or $312.85 during the year. Positions open to medics. About 43 positions Are open yearly to graduates of the Indiana University school of Medicine As resident physicians in hospitals of the state for a period of one year. Of the doctors who graduated last year 60 Are holding positions As internet in various hospitals receiving a valuable part of their training. Medical students at Indianapolis have Access to clinical instruction in surgery in the Robert w. Long Hospital the City Hospital which is the largest in the state the laboratories of the state Board of health the Central Indiana Hospital for the insane the Bobb s and City free dispensary and various laboratories in the school of Medicine proper. Offers rare course. A full course in clinical psychiatry which can be obtained in few american medical colleges is offered by the Indiana University medical school. The students have full Access to the clinic Halls and laboratories recently provided at the Central Indiana Hospital for the insane one of the finest in the country. The average daily number of patients at this Hospital is 1,600. Scholastic standards of the school of a Quot Medicine Are indicated by the fact continued on Page four school of education gives teacher training musical Talent Here s m school University provides both vocal and instrumental training. A. B. Degree is granted courses offered in voice piano violin glee club work and orchestra president w. L. Bryan. Friend of the student exponent of the Best in education a Wise counsellor in time of crisis a gentleman whose heart and soul is tune with tiie task of serving the Quot boys and girls of Indiana Quot a that is descriptive of William Lowe Bryan president of Indiana University. Offering courses in voice piano violin glee club work chorus orchestra and Public school music the Indiana University school of music stands second to none in the state of Indiana. It is one of the newer schools in the University the trustees recently having granted it the Power to Confer an a. B. Degi be in music. Under the direction of Dean win Fred Merrill head of the school the University orchestra provides practical training for student musicians As the orchestra gives numerous Public concerts during the school year. When the Quot four horsemen of the apocalypse Quot was shown at Indiana last fall the University orchestra handled the music provided by the company 108 selections in All. Seven instructors and an ample number of practice rooms offer students musically inclined opportunities to develop their latent Talent. Mitchell Hall with its Annex is devoted solely to the music school. A glee continued on Page four latest building projects school of of a Merce and finance 16 courses added to curriculum of 22 summer session entertainment series classes a. Advanced work Are announced. Offers 3 certificates High school graduates May qualify to teach in grades after summer s training. A presidents residence immediate building projects for Indiana University Call for the construction of a $250,000 building for the school of Commerce and France and a $50,000 president s residence architect s drawings of which Are shown above. Students of the department Are features of the building. The building will be 185 by 64 feet in size and will be located Between biology and so ence Halls on the South Side of the Campus adjoining East third Street. The president s Home will be erected the Commerce building will be a on a plot of ground East of the Cam Thiee Story Structure of Tudor gothic pus and will be reached by a newly style. Twenty two class i Ooms with constructed driveway. Robert e. Dag a seating capacity of 700 persons a Gett Indianapolis architect is de Large auditorium and a clubroom for signer of the two buildings. One of 20 Best distinction won by Indiana r. 0. T. C. Why Indiana University Reserve officers training unit is twice named As Gold Star school. Offers inductive course government gives pay commission for training University Grants Are Given practice work in Bloomington City schools. Three years ago the Reserve officers training corps unit stationed at Indiana University was recommended for an inspection by the National Board from Washington d. C. To obtain rating As a distinguished College an Honor conferred on Only the Best units in the United states. The Superior standing of the local corps won for it the distinction of wearing the Gold Star official designation of the 20 Best units in the country. Fifty cadets and four officers then composed Indiana s unit. The training staff consisted of a major and four sergeants detailed from the regular army. With this group the Gold Star was won. Last year the unit again was awarded the highest Honor. The corps has grown to 500 cadets and 50 officers of the training staff which includes two majors Thiee captains two sergeants and two warrant officers from the regular army. Continued on Page four hundreds of High school seniors in the state now almost ready to receive their diplomas Are weighing the merits of various colleges and universities preparatory to matriculation next fall. Among the Young Folk Are potential athletes Campus leaders and excellent scholars. Why should they come to Indiana University to answer this question is the primary purpose of this special Issue of the daily student naturally a record of the achievements and the glory of Indiana University would fill a score of volumes and they can but be touched upon in passing. The rank attained by our school of Law school of Medicine College of Liberal arts and other schools is told elsewhere. An editorial but there is one thing about Indiana University which is not told in the Catalon or the bulletin or in any other publication and it is spelled in one word Opportunity. There is ample Opportunity at Indiana for a Man to make anything he wishes out of himself. Of such a size is the school that no matter what kind of activity he goes into he almost certain of Success if he uses perseverance and sincerity. Names of Crimson football captains. Union presidents student editors cheer leaders and . Commanders for years Back Bear witness to the truth of this statement that Indiana is the school of Opportunity. Particularly does this apply to the athlete. The Chance of attaining statewide or All Western Honor and recognition is nowhere so Rosy As at Indiana. The University affords All the opportunities of a smaller school with the added advantage of being a member of the Western conference. Its equipment is entered around one of the Best gymnasiums of the mid Ile West and its coaching staff is composed of u tried and proven body of men. No combination of advantages could be More fortunate or More alluring. Young men and Young women who Are contemplating entering College we bid you Welcome to compare Indiana University with others. For democracy for High Scholastic achievement for spirit and above All for Opportunity she is second to none. Will Start work on Commerce bldg. Early next Monelli $250,000 Structure to provide 22 classrooms to contain commercial museum. College of Liberal arts has world famous men in faculty an outgrowth of the movement for professional training of teachers is the school of education. Its purpose is to prepare students to be professional educators. Instruction is offered in All branches of pedagogy preparing graduates to teach primary grades grammar school classes High school Normal school and College classes. A course recently added prepares the student for the Job of county superintendent. By arrangement with the City of Bloomington practice work is done in the City schools. Here each student is Given a Chance for observation and actual experience. Certificates Are Given for work done from the Quot class a Quot certificate awarded for three months Normal training up to life certificates awarded those who have finished the four year courses. In addition to offering special courses for High school principals and vocational teacher the school is Able to Grant a North Central association certificate which enables possessors to teach in n. C. A. High . H. L. Smith head of the Indiana teachers association is Dean of Tow Brno of Krieghbaum takes hem As y. Fol. C. A. Secretary Cabinet appoints successor to w. W. Mendenhall makes plans for fall. Professors of National repute Many of them graduates of noted Eastern schools and Many further educated in universities of Europe Are in charge of the departments of the College of arts and sciences of Indiana University. Such a Man is or. J. A. Woodburn who holds a Degi be from Johns Hopkins head of the department of history. Or. A. S. Hershey a graduate of Harvard who also studied in Europe Heads the department of political science. Or. R. E. Lyons nationally known As a chemist inventor of baking powders and processes of amalgamating Gold and Platinum and who studied in Europe Heads the chemistry department. The College of arts and sciences the nucleus around which Indiana University was built still in Rolls the majority of students being Pel is head is devoted to the Scien comprised of 26 departments. They Tiftic study of the English language Are Anatomy astronomy botany. Professor Stempel is a Phi Beta Kap chemistry philology economics and a and is another one of the go proves sociology English Fine arts geology sors of Indiana University who have h. L. Krieghbaum 22, assistant Secretary of the y. M. C. A. Was appointed Secretary of the association to succeed w. W. Mendenhall resigned at a meeting of the y. M. C. A. Cabinet monday night. Kriegh Baum s appointment was made at the recommendation of the advisory Board of the association. In preparation for his official association duties next fall Krieghbaum yesterday said he would attend the Lake Geneva conference of students in june and the student secretaries conference from june 28 to july 12. In speaking of plans for the coming year he said Quot we aim to provide a More efficient employment system and to obtain better Rooming conditions for men. I intend to extend the services of the to eve Man on the German greek history Home economics Hygiene journalism latin mathematics physical education me physical education women physics physiology political science psychology and philosophy Romance languages social service and zoology. Following is a Short summary of achievements of professors and various departments Anatomy or. B. Myers is head of the department of Anatomy and was educated at Cornell Johns Hopkins and the University of Leipzig. He has contributed a Large number of articles to medical magazines. Astronomy prof. W. A. Cogshall Heads the department. A Fellowship of $600 annually including a trip to Flagstaff ariz., is available each year for a graduate student in this department. Botany or. M. Mottier is head of this department. He was educated in the universities of Leipzig and Bonn after graduating from Indiana and has also studied in Italy. He is a Ufa member of the botanical society of America and has written two textbooks on botany. Chemistry prof. R. E. Lyons pm. A. Has Long been head of the department. He studied several years in european universities and is nationally known As an inventor of baking powders and processes of amalgamating Gold and Platinum. Comparative Pillo Oyer this do gives business training Commerce school fits students to meet modern business demands. Studied in Europe. Economics and sociology a the department is under the Chartre of or. U. G. Weatherly who studied in the universities of Colgate Cornell Columbia Heidi Burin and Leipzig. Students Are prepared for business thru courses such As political science and labor in Obrems. English a prof. John d. Reaph. D., is head of the department of English the faculty of the department includes 21 members Many of whom Are doctors of philosophy. Four hours of English Are required of All regular students in the University to enable them to use the language correctly. Fine arts prof. A. M. Brooks a graduate of Harvard who Heads this department has said that the aim of the department was to Lead students to an appreciation of the Fine arts rather than to practice them. Painting literature drawing and sculpture Are included in the courses. Geology the department of geology stands second to none in the per Noel of its fac continued on Page four construction of a $250,000 Commerce building will be under Way by May 1, and probably will be completed by the opening of the second semester of next year Dean William a. Rawles head of the school of Commerce and p finance announced yesterday. Indiana University will become one of Only two state universities in the Middle West to have a separate Commerce building and the increased facilities will enable the University to offer a training in business to Indiana students that will outrank Many collegiate institutions and be on a Par with the Best according to Dean Rawles. The Commerce building will be the earliest addition to Indiana University s million Dollar array of Campus structures and will be the largest recitation Hall on the Campus. Twenty two classrooms will provide seating capacity for 700 persons while an auditorium on the first floor will furnish a meeting place for crowds of 350 persons. The Tudor gothic style in which the Contin Ted on Page four enrolment in graduate school nears 100 Mark students enter 24 departments a property gift boosts research. A a a a a a do i s. By Stout the graduate school under the supervision of or. C. H. Eigenmann has a total enrolment of 96. Work being done by graduate students is varied ranging from greek and education to journalism and graduate students Are enrolled in 24 departments of the College of arts and sciences and in tiie school of education. A gift in 1915 of property Amo Vint ing to More than $100,000 by or. L. Waterman late Dean emeritus of the school of Medicine the interest on which is used to promote scientific research has served to place the school on Par with the Best in the country. A specified sum is appropriated each year by the Board of to Stees for wok in the graduate with 16 new facade Nail con ses added to the curriculum and plans made to include convocations concerts lectures hikes and other forms of entertainment the summer session offers High school graduates and teachers an Opportunity to shorten the time required for an a. B. Degree to thu be years by attending three summer terms. Two sessions will be held in 1922, one of 12 weeks from june 8 to August 23, giving 10 semester hours or one third of a year s credit and another of eight and one half weeks from june 8 to August 4, giving seven and one half semester hours or one fourth of a year s credit. Work is offered in the 12 weeks session leading to the following teaching certificates class a class b and one year. High school graduates May qualify for class a certificates at a total Cost of $175, which will enable them to teach in Grade schools next september. Offers Many subjects. Students who wish to prepare for High school teaching Are offered a wider Range of subjects in the summer term than in a regular semester. It is possible according to Dean h. L. Smith director of the summer session for graduate students of Superior ability to Complete the 11 semester hours of education required for the North Central association certificate in the eight and one half weds summer term. Others May take enough work so that they can Complete these requirements by correspondence the education requirement for the High school provisional life certificate is 24 semester hours. Much of the work to satisfy this requirement can be done during the summer months. The attention of University students graduating in june is called to the fact that they can begin work on a master s degree immediately by enrolling for the summer session. Thirty hours of work leading to an a. M. Degree must be done in residence. By attending four summer sessions equivalent to 30 hours or one year s residence in the University the student May Complete this requirement. The regular summer session bulletin will be ready for distribution within a few weeks authorities said yesterday. Hoosier profs set Mark of 1,700 Indiana faculty has written on Many subjects since 1904. More than 1,700 books still tins and articles for magazines and scientific publications have been written by the faculty and graduate students of Indiana University since 1904, according to a recent report by or. G. H. Eigenmann Dean of the graduate school. Practically every department in the University is represented in the list of publications. Or. Eigenmann leads in the number of works published 212. Prof. Amos s. Hershey head of the political science department and prof. J. A. Woodburn head of the history department have Many works of National repute listed. A Survey of the report of the Dean shows the number of contributions from each department As follows ology 303 geology 169 chemistry 158 botany 141 philosophy and psychology 131. Political Sci be 130 economics and sociology 124 Romance languages 101 physics 81 history 73 German 54 mathematics 53 Fine arts 35 English 26 education 24 comparative philology 24 Home economics 20 physiology 18 social service 13 Anatomy 12 latin 10 school of Commerce a greek 7 and general uni vet8ity pm. A to a
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