Bloomington Indiana Daily Student in Bloomington, Indiana
5 Aug 1919

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5 Aug 1919

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Bloomington Indiana Daily Student (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Bloomington, Indiana , _ j a a j we last Issue eight pages today the Indiana daily student Centennial year student $2.50 vol. . 156. Bloomington Indiana tuesday August 5, 1919. Established 1867. I.-. Greatest summer school nears term proper closes next friday�?1,295 students Are enrolled. Pleasure with learning round of entertainments enliven this year s session scholars were Here in Force. Crimson Gridiron prospects for 1919 brightest in years former stars return from War stiff schedule faced by i. U. This season Minnesota notre Dame and Syracuse. Next Friday ends one of the most successful summer schools of the University. The student body has been More serious and the Good times More enjoyable and More numerous. There Are 1295 students enrolled this term. This does not include those at Winona or at the school of Medicine in Indianapolis. The grand total last summer was 1212. The different instructors brought Liere this summer have made the term More profitable and More enjoyable. These would include or. B. R. Rees professor of English at Williams College or. J. M. Mecklin of the University of Pittsburgh miss goodspeed of Michigan or. Babbitt from Harvard University and or. Ellsworth of new York and others who while not in charge of Short courses were Here for one or two lectures. Realizing that Quot All work and no play makes Jack a Ull boy Quot the various Winter t organizations have continued their social activities this summer. The women s league has held its Friendship parties regularly and has had charge of the faculty student reception the All University breakfast and the festival of games. Have Good times too. They w. C. A. Has broken All former records in slowing its members a Good time. Hayrides Brown county trips the Hare and hound hike marshmallow and Weenie roasts have taken care of the fun Side while Way vespers helped the religious Side. And now the Quot a Quot is even helping the students away with their trunks. The y. M. And y. W. Rooms have been open to the students the Entis a session. Both furnish Candy and ice Cream to the hungry hordes. The dancing class gave everyone a Chance to trip the Light fantastic every Friday and saturday night. The Sigma Delta Chi gave a Large open dance a a Happy remembrance for summer students for it a amps a real affair. The Marquette club the Toast Masai ters club and the married students club have held regular meetings. Then hit so Bird hikes Brown coun in hikes Cave hikes. Cascade hikes University dam hikes and truck parties have been conducted by the Dif Ferent professors. Yes Indiana has done her Jug it to entertain As Well As instruct. Quot Las Quot Meesig of a Elm All begin with last interesting program arranged miss Berry toastmaster. A by w. B. Porter with prospects the brightest in years the Indiana 1919 football season will open september 27 at Blooming ton when the first game of the season s schedule will be played with Wabash. With the playing of the Wabash game will begin the hardest schedule of games that a Crimson team has Ever faced. The Best teams of the East and West Are on the Indiana schedule this year. Of to abolished and Indiana fans Are anxiously awaiting the test of strength which this game will provide. The other Indianapolis game will be with notre Dame november 1. Notre Dame has a reputation in athletics which is nation wide. Indiana has not met notre Dame for several years and the playing of the game Between the two schools will no doubt result in continued athletic relations Between the two universities. Indiana will play another conference game november"i5, with Northwestern at Evanston 111. Northwest pm always has one of the strongest teams in the Middle West and from All indications the 1919 season will be no exception to the Rule. Indiana will meet one of the Strong school of Commerce organized at i. touching All phases of subject arranged in four year proves popular instructors added in economics and psychology or. Weatherly in charge of new department. For the first time an Eastern team of National reputation will meet the est teams in the South october 4, when Indiana eleven at Bloomington. November 22, Syracuse famed Eastern team will play the Crimson on Jordan Field. Syracuse has on its schedule Only the Best teams of the country and the fact that Indiana was Able to schedule game with this aggregation Speaks Well for the Crimson s 1919 prospects. Two Indianapolis games. In addition to the Syracuse game two games will be played this year at Indianapolis. The first of these games will be played at Washington Park against Minnesota october 18. Minnesota s reputation As a contender for Western conference honors is Well is we play Centre College of Kentucky on Jordan Field. Centre College is reputed As being one of the strongest teams in the country and coach Pat Maloney has gathered together an aggregation of huskies that it is said has never been equalled at a Kentucky University. Kentucky state will play the Crimson october ii at Lexington. Andy Gill former Indiana football Star is the coach at Kentucky state and has developed a Strong team. Hard schedule. The Confidence of coach Stiehm in the 1919 football team is responsible for the arranging of a schedule which continued on Page five courses in Hygiene Are arranged Herenz a . Organized at University under direction of military . S. Appropriations or. Edmondson in charge of theoretical work or. Schlafer directs physical training. The last meeting of the toastmasters club Quot will be last in every sense of the word. The program consists of toasts on the last a a a Many this figs from the Quot a last class to the last dance. Mis Lillian Berry will be master. The meeting will be wednesday evening in the University cafe Ria at 6 30 . Quot v v program. Miss Berry toastmaster the last Clear Chance. Humphre Barber the tinkle last Glass .,.dr. Howe the a St . And mrs Youngblood the last Palmer the last piece of Toast. Prof. Piercy the last exams or. Krapp the last dance i. Shanks Extension so taef will resume work vie Bers it i i ism a twin to University from Field service. New courses offered plans for speakers Bureau reorganized department for child welfare Active in state. Hay ride Friday night the Long looked for . Hay ride will be held this Friday night Moon or no Moon. The girls should meet at the student building. Further notices will be posted on the Buu Letin boards. Advertising is Nevek too costly if it tick try contributes to Prefi imnet a us the details of the organization of a department of Hygiene in the University have recently been completed. The department was organized with th4.,assistance of the interdepartmental social Hygiene Board composed of Carter Glass Secretary of the Treasury Newton Secretary of a Josephus Daniels Secretary of the Navy . W. F. Snow of the medical corps of the u. S. Army j. R. Phelps of the Mec Lical corps of the u. S. Navy and assistant surgeon general c. C. Pierce representing the u. S. Public service or. T. A. Story has been appointed Quot executive Secretary. The department of Hygiene is made ii at Foier divisions. The first division Quot is that Quot of information Ai by ene under which be tut is on general individual Gro ii and inter group Hygiene will be Given. Tie principles of Phy Waltr iming will be discussed health examinations a a be carried on Jated sanitary surveys made. The Sec re division is that of. Applied Hygine which will consist of health conf a Toast i Ces and courses in physical training. The third division is the Divi Ion of research. Under this div Isidre investigations of health problem Wil be made. Under the fourth i Sioui there is a consideration of the pen Nel necessary to conduct such a Coupe. Course required of teachers. \ the department while Independent to a certain degree. Ill constitute b part of the work of the school of education and a total of six semester hours work in Hygiene with Quot six hours a week in physical training will be required of Alf students who Are prepare ing to become teachers. In order to assist in Thel establishment of this department a the Federal government has guaranteed an apr a privation Quot of $6200 a year for two years. Or. C. E. Edmondson will have charge of the work for the coming year and ainu be director of the Despai ii ment. The course in Hygiene for lib ii a arts students which or. My Era has had charge of for several years past a a will be continued As. A Patio the Hygiene Del fitment. Of Page bight several members of the staff of the Extension envision who have been on leave of absence will return to Indiana University this fall to resume their work Here. Among tho returning Are . Pettijohn director who for the first year has been director of the division of education Extension of the department of the Interior w. , als Sodette director and miss Mary b. Secretary of the Beer Ivhon has been Quot on leave since. December on Tihe staff i it of Dvo Siori of education a a tension a Washington. There a i be a pm new Mere lev of the sit eff for the year re re Edna Edmondson Fielt work a a in Public welfare Sei vice. Miss Edith Huntington who has acted As Secretary to Pettijohn during his stay in Wash ingtotoiji411 ret Rij Tere to act As As Sisti a Fife be Chefey j. The Extension Mork Tea a successful and Lippi s been it be Dilys there Quot have Biff a my re enrolments ring past , a lid. More people he a a Call face office. Recently inning than al any other time it Tjoe history of abbe department. The a bulletin or listed Early in being to tip de to publicity. Great no Mew of new of uses Ivill be announced Julie Edh v Maryp new courses. fort we Yno new i Issei also being a of a re ii. A Tinong those off Erec at the Indianapolis Center Are americanization latin american Trade study free a cry Verf Mentas Public unties Quot munic i pal Pic Selems piling a the Neva a courses. Be give at the it. Ayne Center Ai lnncipl8 of. Sociology social 1?, victorian poet pramatie.,t, Iii Tei ret tion if Ial Psar tog and business lay., of courses for the two cd rites Fias Gohs to will for distribution Abonit september my. Classes were of ii at fifteen an important addition to the curriculum will be made next year in the form of new courses which will Mark the beginning of a four year s course in Commerce. The Board of trustees at their june meeting decided to make this change in response to widespread demands throughout the state for a school of Commerce As a part of the state University. In 1902 a course in Commerce lasting two years was established and interest in this department has always been at a High Point. However the need for More expensive courses has greatly increased until there Are As Many inquiries As to the Commerce school As concerning any other from prospective students. A growing appreciation of the importance of College training in business has led to a much greater interest in these subjects and As a result it was decided to expand the courses already Given adding new instructors and making such changes As Are necessary for the establishment of a regular four year course. Or. Weatherly in charge. The work will be under the general direction of the department of economics at first although a number of the other departments will offer important courses in connection with the plan. Or. U. G. Weatherly of the economics department will be in charge. Two appointments recept Lido Sisr the a Attr special interest in this Conne Ettori or. A. L. Prickett formerly of the faculty of Commerce at the University of Illinois was appointed associate professor of economics and will give courses in marketing salesmanship accounting and business statistics. Or. H. A Kitson a new associate professor of psychology who is a specialist in the psychology of business will be in charge of that phase of the work. On Par with big schools. The courses which Are planned in this department include everything that is Given in the schools of Commerce in the other Large universities of the country. Besides the work in economics there will be courses in psychology mathematics history geology Law and journalism in Patti Cular besides the usual course required of All students for 0. Howe mob Oon Kington ind.,August 1, 1919.i believe that this has been one of the most successful summer schools we have Ever had taking into account for one thing the number of students for another the High character of the instruction including the special lectures and entertainments and for another the Fine spirit which has prevailed throughout. I wish especially to express my gratitude to the director or. W. D. l. Bryan. Proves dig Success students from three states have attended the lectures which close next week. Noted speakers this week1920illlkscentoity of service for i. Fau will be the commenced ment of Centennial football game i Many committees appointed to arrange for next year s festivities a Langdon is director. Indiana University will Call upon All its children throughout the world for their utmost love and their utmost service in the year which is at once its Centennial and a time of grave economic peril in consequence of the great War. William l. Bryan. Illustre to lecture at convocation reviews England 4s it affects men of letters. Ipher last convocation of the year win b held tuesday evening August por. W. Howe will give an illustrated lecture in England and English life reviewing England Quot is it affects its j Reat Meji of letters. The Snipes will include views of the Shlomi of England s most famous Titek arid Quot Tiiu lecture will give something of jives and music department will also provide entertainment for the lovers Leye trl editor in a chief it Frank Levell it Fel ska of go will be editor in chief of the Indiana Dily student Foi it tie first semes ter of the coming school Yeso. has been a member of a the staff for two years As reporter editorial Witer and Man aging editor. Or vell was president of the boosters club in 1918 and has by in prominent Ini. Other student Yeti of a he is a own Jer of the my Tam this week and next will finish the red Cross Home service Institute which has been most successful. There have been eleven students enrolled in the course one from Ken Lucky one from Ohio and the remainder from this state. Six were sent by their Home chapters All their expenses being met by the local chapters while five have met All their own expenses taking the course which was called the Hundred Dollar course. This week is being devoted to the topic and discussion of social service resources. Among the speakers and their topics for the week Are today or. Amos Butler executive Secretary of the state Board of charities of Indianapolis who spoke on social service resources of a and private agencies. Local agencies both Public and private. Tomorrow or. Robert Bondy head of the Lake division Field work department will speak on Quot the Community study Quot its purpose Point of View and approach also Community and neighbourhood organization and How to develop it. The review will be led for this Section of the work by miss Eleanor Walker Sippe visor of Field work for this division. Next monday mrs. Mary Waldron of this City will talk on How to keep the people of the Community interested in social welfare the use of publicity educational material Public meetings clubs and organizations. Continued on Page eight a thank you August 4, 1919. My dear or. Gray allow me to thank you and the other members of the student staff for your excellent to opera tion in the management of the summer session. I have found that the paper has reflected splendid and unusual interest the various activities of the summer session. There have been no occasions which have not been Quot re ported with intelligence and with interest i have begun to realize How much the pm per can add to the Success of the University during the summer in Quot fostering a spirit which is so necessary to a imply session. I wish heartily to. Approve the recent flip trial which Calls attention to the fact that Indiana University has a great future and that any immediate losses which she May suffer should Apar Small in comparison to hefl5ss-essi�ns and what she will at a in i heist future. At this Tim just before the gents sii Iii it is especially a necessary to re to tip Ember the wonderful past of the University and also to determine that the next Hundred years will be More glorious than any part of the past. This spirit of determination will depend largely upon the students who come Ili touch with the University both in. The Winter and in the Suminer and it is a Fine thing to. Think that the student May exercise a great influence in moulding Iso largely u Quality of loyalty a a Indiana University. Be urfa a a Isdio Saiy Quot a. D. Howe. Ii i a Ligi Iii Liim Wpm to in next year will be Quot Centennial Indiana University will be one Hundred years old and her birthday will be celebrated in a great Way. The Centennial will not be Only a University affair it will be an alumni affair also. Centennial festivities will run throughout the year. The Syracuse Indiana football game november 22, 1919, will give an Opportunity to get the graduates together. There will be a series of Centennial concerts throughout the year. The committee has recommended that the University close a week earlier than usual. This has been suggested in order that All students can remain for the commencement week festivities to avoid conflict with the summer school to enable the athletic association to schedule conference baseball games and to. Allow Granta at a who Are Leges to be present and still att a their own College commencements. A Centennial week celebrations will Start with the baccalaureate sunday evening May 20, 1920. Monday will be senior and All University Day. The senior breakfast will Start things off. Then there will be an All University Parade of facility graduates seniors underclassmen and floats Floa of All Campus Ora animations Quot Paat and present bellowed by athletic contests dual track. Meets a conference baseball Gay circus events and inter class eve who this Day will be planned much Asah of University Day in 1919, but on a larger scale. The pageant committee of which or. W. D. Howe is chairman has selected w. C. Langdon director of the 1916 Celebration As pageant master. Or. Langdon has been in Europe do ing educational Wilc during the last year. A a the pageant will give a detailed his a tory of the University its relation to r the state and to eds cation in general it will probably be giver several Tiff Sci during Centennial week. Classes in dramatic Art music pos Quot timing and in the study of. The stage and its. Properties will be run All next year. Credit will be Given for All these courses and they May be carried As extra work without special Permis Quot Sion. Or. Langdon will direct these classes. R al hmm reunions wiil be held throughout the Centennial we there will be no reunions the Quot year for All Quot grads Quot a re exp cd come Back. I an educational conference podium will be held during Nisi week. Educators >an4 a a in All Lineal will lecture. Several void 1 Tel. Irhe Celebration will end with axe Niemei to Friday june the men in charge of Celi tion Are Quot. The committee on the promotion student interest Myers Book pm. Vens Cumings Foley. Howe i ohs foe Richta

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