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 For publication of social items Call 1222 or 460 the woman s Page miss Una Bright editor Alpha Hall to be reopened e economic punned or department phases of subject considered include questions of clothing eating and living. Seniors practice theories the Home economics department has been planned next year to take care of the three questions of Quot what to Wear Quot Quot what to eat Quot and Quot How to the courses Are planned with a two fold purpose first that of pc paring More efficient homemakers second for training the else who wish to major in the subject or prepare to teach it. The vocational course leads to the . Derree while the regular course entitles the student to an . Their unwonted deference towards no radio men transplanted from the wilds of Minnesota and set Down in the midst of learning no Quot gobs Quot scornful of All Khaki uniforms Only the common every Day Book cookers and grinds who together with the co eds dressed in All their new fall finery hasten to meet trains Greet freshmen and baffle each other in the fascinating game of new profs old army Back to finish their education new faces on the football team will All be noticed but these will soon fall Back into the familiar miss Given re Friom Home economics kept. Will go East during coming year has been head of textile department since 1915. Miss Alta Given of the Home economics department is the latest member of the faculty to resign. Her Reg background of everyday life and be ignation will take effect at the close come a part of the regular routine. Uniforms to be absent the fair co eds will no longer be thrilled by the sight of a uniform for there will be no army except the r. O. T. Navy in 1919-1920 As far As Indiana University is concerned. Of the summer school. Miss Given has had charge of the textile department of the University since january 1915. She received her . Degree from Columbia University. Miss Given has not announced her neither will there be any More Bugle definitely for the coming year Calls nor taps nor impressive re it is Likely that she will go East chapter houses will be Chap successor for her position has ter houses and the annexes will no been chosen longer figure in University life. The the problem of wearing apparel will pros will not spend As Many even Inars miss Harding resign athletic prospects make coeds jubilant association numbers Over one Hundred with six branches of sport. Algae ends raise is movies close specimens for class Fine coaching staff competent isl rectors to have charge a More Entha Asiasi expected next year Han Ever before Many experiments conducted during summer com and Fern under observation. With an athletic numbering Over one Hundred a full staff of experienced coach bids and instruct Orsu and branches of sports firmly a stau Ishad women s athletics Are expected to create nth a enthusiasm and to draw larger Rumber of participants next year than Ever before in the entire history of coed athletics. The a likening Vas seen last year when Imper new rules Anil regulations the women s athletic association Imre ased in membership and several new sports were introduced. Quot the coaching system will be under the direction of miss Katharine brawn who has been coach Here for the past six years. Tilt fall season will Start with hockey and soccer. Hockey has been a popular sport for. Some years but soccer was introduce a year ago in order to provide two sports for the fall season la was Well received by the i girls and will undoubtedly rank a much a favorite As hockey. These games thrill be immediately after the physical examinations have been completed and will last until cold How delightfully Cool and pleas fit. A lust be the life of the Little Frog in a he algae Pond Back of biology hair How he must enjoy munching his Mosquito hash and algae salad Quot without having to Ait in line to be served. As he sits on the Edge of the Pond in j the evening and blinks at the students As they pass toward the Book Nook trying in vain to Cool off with a sundae car you blame him for reflecting Quot mine is the life. The world the algae yrs and Are made for my happiness. Pity those poor b ads furnish class material. Yet these Ponds were Mot made with any idea of the Comfort of frogs who might wish to make them their Home. The two Ponds Are each about ten feet Sqq Iare and three fees. Deep. In them every specie of Pond cum algae and water Plant is grown for experimentation in the botany department. During the Winter however these Ponds freeze Over and for that reason another Pool has been made in the greenhouse where scums and water plants Are grown for the use of the Winter classes. Several Happy Gold fish keep the water in this tank free from insects. Plant experiments in Green House. In the Green House Are kept other plants on which experiments Are being made. At present an Experiment is being made with Corn. It is being grown in water. One Glass contains pure water another contains All the chemicals required for the growth of Corn in the soil and others Lack on next wednesday night sawdust doll Quot elaborate photoplay will be final attraction at popular Hie atre with Quot the sawdust doll Quot next wednesday a right the Campus movies for the summer session will close a most successful season. Or. Charles Hayes has had charge of the Campus movies this summer and some extraordinarily Good films have b6en shown. The movies have been successful from every Point of View. Tomorrow night Little miss Marie Osborne will Star in this a the feature Quot the sawdust this film runs along in a Happy diverting fashion lightened by the pranks of baby Marie and her Little Sambo the comic pick Ninny until big things begin to happen and the Story develops a tremendously Strong dramatic Climax in which Are involved a child s simple Faith the love of a Strong Man and the awakened soul of a woman on the very Brink of disaster. All Quot kiddies Quot will be admitted tomorrow evening for five cents and this is a film that every child will enjoy. The movies will Start again in the fall but for the remainder of the summer will enjoy a vacation. By continued to be solved by the class a in textiles and clothing dressmaking and millinery. These courses prepare tho students to be Able first of All to dress respectably and then at Tractive by and economically. The next question Quot what to eat Quot is More vital. This Side of Home economics will be taken care in the course on foods dietetics and chemistry. Ample time will be Given for the proper planning and preparation of meals As Well As experiments and tests. The girls Are taught How to feed the family most economically with the required amount of nutrition. In cookery outside of the Home a course has been provided in lunchroom cookery in which the girls Leam something of the management and preparation of foods in lunchrooms. Practice in housekeeping. To care for the last subject on the housekeeper s list Quot How to live Quot the courses in Home management sanitation and Home nursing train the girls How to Iti Anage and care for the Home. These courses Are not presented in theory alone but put into actual use in the practice House where the senior girls in the department live under the supervision of miss Williams. In general the courses will be much the same that have been Here during the last year and will cover every Tiase of tie subject. At the Library As they formerly did when Quot study Call Quot to the would be Soldier meant dating at the Library with his Best girl. Old faces will be missing and new ones will Nave Coane to tak their place s. But in spite of All changes there will Atill or Convos vespers tag Days class cuts and geology hikes. The old Campus will Blaze Forth i Phi Chaperon go it s College. To Beloit weather sets in. They will be succeeded Idy to basketball and indoor i More of these essential elements baseball. Basketball always been the com growing in the Glass with the most popular sport on the athletic Calendar and Laige numbers come out for it. Baseball has been gaining supporters for the last several years and can put Forth some Well Quot balanced teams. Then in the Spring swimming is taken up from the competitive Side and Tennis is played on the coed courts. Under the new association rules a girl can go out for Only one sport a season and receive athletic Points for it. In order to accommodate the number of girls who come out two sports per season Are necessary to give All a Chance. Freshmen Are required to take a sport in addition to the regular gymnasium work and As a result plenty of material comes out for the yearling teams. It is not compulsory for the upperclassmen to play but the in thus Sunj awakened in the freshman year lasts Over and Good teams represent them. After the squads in the various sports have practice for three or four weeks class teams and substitutes Are chosen and Drill to improve teamwork is indulged in. Then a schedule is drawn up and the class teams play each other to determine the Champion of the school in each sport. The freshman team is the present Holder of the basketball title. The 1919 team was hockey and Tennis Champion and the class of 21 won the championship in baseball and swimming. An interesting course of gymnastic work has been planned for next year and swimming will be taught All year. Boosters of coed athletics Are very Jubilia a it ver the encouraging per Phi pets. Normal food Supply surpasses that in the other glasses. Another Experiment shows the development of the Maiden hair Fern. In the first stage the spawn is sown on water. After it sprouts it is transplanted into pots of sterile Earter and watered with sterilized water in order that weeds May not choke the tiny plants. The Young ferns look much like Moss. In ten Days or More they begin to develop tiny leaves and at last they grow into the Beautiful Wood pm we All know. Botany advantages in summer. Quot there Are Many advantages of taking botany in simmer Quot professor Andrews said As be explained the experiments. Quot by taking an eight hour course each Day the work of a whole College year May be completed in the eight weeks. Then too in summer Many valuable experiments May be performed on plants growing under natural Willis Ramsey wedding. Miss Florence e. Willis a graduate of Indiana University and Alvin o. Ramsey of Allendale Illinois were married sunday at the Home of the Bride s parents the Rev. And mrs. Theodore k. Willis of Vincennes. Or. And mrs. Ramsey have started on a wedding trip to Colorado Springs where the bridegroom will Complete his schooling in Colorado University. The Bride is a Kappa Kappa Gamma and has just completed a summer course in Vincennes University. Mrs. W. T. Breeden and son and daughter and Frank Carmichael and son of this Ity attended the wedding eds Quot More before vacation regular school Over in a week but school of education lasts until August 22. Many weary College students Are eagerly looking Forward to August 8, the Day when the regular classes will be ended for the summer. But Many others have to look still further ahead than that eventful Day for the school of education will not close until August 22. This department is especially for a and b students those who Are planning to teach in the elementary schools without Complete College course. Since the Law requires that these teachers have at least twelve weeks of professional training the courses Are planned to extend from june 9 to August 22, or eleven continuous weeks with enough saturday classes to make up the other week. Elementary subjects taught. Since these students Are interested Only in work for primary and grades the majority of the subjects Are those taught in the grades. Time is Given for the teaching of the different subjects by Means of the observation classes. However these students carry some University subjects which entitles them to credit toward graduation. The work is under direction of or. Will d. Howe with instructors from Purdue Franklin and other colleges and universities in this and adjoining states. There Are about four Hundred enrolled in these classes so the uni Versi. Commons will be open to them until aukrust 22. Freshmen will be a a by Blimm in fail miss Addie Harding of Crawfordsville who acted As Chaperon at the i Phi House for the past year has re Wii a Iii Lui Wii 111 position Here to accept the Quot n l position of Chaperon at one of the autumnal dross and the stars will look ,. 4. U i i., in 1 u dormitories at the College at Beloit Down on the strolling couples who a wend their Way As every to the student building from which issues the sound of a jazz orchestra. Opera Singer will bring son s children to u. S. Wearing a service bar with four stars three for sons who fought for America and one for a fourth son who died in the service of Germany mme. Ernestine Schumann Heink sailed for Amsterdam from new York sunday. The Prima Donna explained with tears that her Mission to Europe was to mrs. Tannahill grand president of Phi Beta Phi is the Dean of women at Beloit and it was through her interest that miss Harding obtained her new position. During her Short stay in Bloomington miss Harding made Many friends who will be sorry to learn that she is not returning this fall miss Carol Hagans of Greenfield spent sunday with Anna Klippel. Miss Finnie Wheeler of Martinsville spent the week end Here with her bring Back to America the two Chil j gig a. Prossie. Dren of her boy who had lost his life Quot while in command of a German sub Marine. The submarine was blown to bits through striking a mine on its Way to the Mediterranean and All on Board perished. The two children a girl of 12 and a boy of 10, will be brought to the United states mme. Schumann Heink said so that she May make Quot wonderful americans Quot of them. Library notice. All books which have been taken from the University Library must be returned to the loan desk by 10 . Thursday. Librarian Junior coeds will be flock jag to stations to meet proteges in just six weeks. In just six More weeks the Junior co eds will be flocking to the Monon and i. C. Stations to meet their freshman proteges. Each will Wear a White Ribb in with Quot Junior adviser Quot printed on it in Crimson letters. To upperclassmen this will mean nothing More than a sign that an old Friend or classmate is under that new fall hat but to the freshman it will be a sign of safety. The upper class Counselor of Quot big sister Quot movement was started in 1914 by the y. W. C. A. This year the women s league has charge of the movement which is known As the Junior advisory system. Its purpose is to make every freshman girl feel Quot at Home Quot in the University from the beginning to the end of her College year. Every Junior in Good standing is Given the charge of one or More freshman for the year. She is to help her sign up in University work advise her about Rooming and boarding houses take her to the social affairs of the girls organizations and be her Friend in every sense of the word. Girls Over the state have heard of this movement and Are writing in to find out about their Junior advisers. These helpers Are assigned to new students Only after the credentials have been accepted by the University so every girl planning to enter Indiana for the first time is asked to write to the Dean of women immediately. Junior advisers will meet All incoming trains on the first Days of the school year. There will also be at each train a y. W. C. A. Reception committee to help women entering the University for the first time whether they be freshmen or upperclassmen. Me Szaj a p Jefe Crum the longest a lasting Benefit the greatest satisfaction for your Sweet tooth. Fri Guys in the sealed packages. Air tight and impurity proof. Sealed tight kept right College life returns to Normal peace basis few signs remain to remind students of army experiences. What a changed University will meet the eager eyes of the returning students of 1919 who were Here a year ago. No s. A. To. 0. Men with their new uniforms awkward salutes and

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