Bloomington Indiana Daily Student in Bloomington, Indiana
3 Jul 1917

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Bloomington Indiana Daily Student in Bloomington, Indiana
3 Jul 1917

Read an issue on 3 Jul 1917 in Bloomington, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Bloomington Indiana Daily Student.

Browse Bloomington Indiana Daily Student
  • bloomington-indiana-daily-student page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • bloomington-indiana-daily-student page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • bloomington-indiana-daily-student page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • bloomington-indiana-daily-student page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 3 Jul 1917 Bloomington Indiana Daily Student in Bloomington, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Bloomington Indiana Daily Student (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Bloomington, Indiana I Quot h i 1 vol. Xii. No. 191. Attend convocation tonight a or celebrate the Quot fourth Quot sanely j a. Vol. Xii. No. 191.Bloomington, Indiana tuesday july i 1917. Established lm7i open air Guys orig anal Ben Greet Stara Kearns and Sones will be Here. Present classical plays University students Given ppm Toni tar to hear actors of rare Abi Uty Here this week. Elsie hem Don Keams and George Carleton Sones with their company will appear in a group of classical and shakespearean plays on july 5, 6, and 7 at the Campus Amphitheater. The first play will be Shakespeare s Quot Tam ing of the shrew Quot which will be presented on the evening of july 5. Quot eve or Joan Quot will be Given on the evening of july 6 and Moliere s Quot the Blue stocking Quot on the afternoon of july 7. The last of the series will be Shakespeare s Quot the taming of the shrew Quot which will be presented on the evening of july 7. These two noted artists have been the leading players in the original Ben Greet company for the last three years. Since or. Greet s return to England two years ago miss Kearns has been the Star of the company and when a new organization was to be formed she became its head. Miss Keams is one of the most talented exponents of Shakespeare s women in the past decade. She was a prominent member of the new theater company and since has played important parts with win Throp Ames s companies in Quot the Piper Quot and also special engagements with miss Marie tempest and or. George Fawcett. Or. Carnes has had the direction of the entire production of the plays of the original company for the past two seasons. Under his direction the staging of the plays has improved materially particularly the lighting. The outdoor stage is always attractive and the productions of the Elsie Kearns company Are the most notable of the pastorals. These plays Are marked by extreme simplicity of setting and rapidity of action and most of All by the excellence of the Reading of or Carnes and miss Keams. They Are already Well known to Many of the people of Bloomington and Indiana University who remember them Asom boys enjoy personal mention of Indiana men give added intestate to Volunteer s unit works harder. Beyl at y. M. My Btij Franklin pro Cmor Addre Mei univ aty men on Quot War and a Tabica. Continued on Page three coach Lowman receives offer from Wisconsin director of varsity basketball at Indiana University wanted for similar position. Guy s. Lowman professor of physical education and varsity coach in basketball has been tendered the position of professor of physical education and varsity basketball coach at Wisconsin University. This new position offers a decided increase in salary. In Case or. Lowman accepts this offer he will take the place left vacant by or. Meanwell who goes to Missouri University As director of athletics. Or. Lowman came to Indiana University last fall to become a member of the Stiehm athletic regime through the recommendation of coach Stiehm. He had charge of the 1916 freshman football which developed into one of the Best freshman teams Indiana University has Ever had. He took charge of the varsity basketball team in the fall and developed a very satisfactory team which held the Wabash Quot wonder five Quot to a very close score. The past Spring he had charge of the freshman baseball team in which a number of stars were devel open. Or. Lowman came to Indiana University from the Kansas state agricultural College where he had charge of All athletics. Or. Lowman s departure would be very greatly Felt by Basil l. Walters sex 19. Allentown pa., june 28. It will be a singing army that the United states will Send against Germany. Indiana University ambulance unit will not be found lacking. The United states has sent singing masters to every mobilization Camp. The theory is that a singing Rainy will be a fighting body of Good spirits. Members of the i. U. Unit have Only one fear. They Are afraid that they won t get to go to France immediately. Present indications Are that the ambulance corps being trained Here and which is made up of units from All the leading universities of the country will Tarot before two months have of Kuch military drip. No tre is Laid on military Drill but the time is taken up largely with automobile driving lectures and first Aid work. The members of the Indiana unit have already started an intensive study of French As have members of the other units. The Bloomington unit is now recruited to full War strength on the French army ambulance corps basis. Practically All students. Following is the roster of the unit which will go through the great War As the Indiana University ambulance Section 88, United states army ambulance corps Howard w. Ames Douglas s. Bash Dennis Dale Bau Mann Robert Oscar Bertsch Hull w. Chester Charles c. Cross Donald c. Christie Samuel f. Davidson David Allen Dukes Arthur e. Decker Rex. A. Forstythe Harry p. Gray Stanley p. Gourmet Reuben f. Gunn Harry a. Huncilman Elmer w. Hunsicker Ralph 0. Huntington Samerill b. Hut ton Joseph Kerr Harvey e. Kessler Wyeth d. Landess Walter b. Lang Lloyd b. Linaburg William h. Mcdonald Claude e. Mcfall Frederick k. Moore Charles e. Peterson Wiley k. Pollock John Dale Russell Claude Draber Byron w. Thornburg Basil l. Waiters Louis Wasem jr., Clifford t. Warner Harold b. Wegmiller Charlesl White. All but six men of this number have at one time or other been connected with Indiana University. These six men were detailed to this unit from Erie University. Western athletes in Camp. Some of the Central Western papers including the Star have called College students who enlisted in the ambulance corps upon the Call of president Wilson this is indeed a bitter criticism of men who joined the service in Good Faith because they wanted to serve the country. I believe the editorials were written by men who do not know the real situation. A Large per cent of the men who Are Here would be exempt from draft. They joined because they were prom or. John l. Beyrl inc tremor of philosophy and education in Franklin College and instructor in Tiff summer so Hool of the univ sri delivered an address on wednesday evening before the y. M. C. A. On the subject Quot eng Nies and the or. Beyl called attention to the Bible doctrine of the transmission of evils and restated this doctrine in biological and sociological terms. Definition of eugenics. He defined eugenics As the science of race improvement and emphasized three principles that operate to improve or to impair the racial character of future generations. One of these principles is Biolo Cal heredity operating according to a mendelian Law another Principio is social heredity which tends to tire serve National and Community characteristics that affect the life of the individual and the this pm Ciple mentioned is the influence of natural environment which makes for personal and social adjustment. Many features of War. Quot the following Are some of the features of the great War with which eugenics is specially concerned Quot continued or. Beyl Quot the destruction of the finest Young men of this generation will certainly impair the blood of the race of the future then with the injury done to social conditions and the destruction of property the environment of the future for some time to come will not be so favourable and especially with the spread of infectious diseases the violation of women and the brutalizing of men posterity can not Hope for the Best eugenic conditions. It will take centuries to regain what humanity has lost by the great War. But have eugenics and education and religion no optimistic menage for the future optimistic Outlook. Yes. In the operation of the biological Law of heredity there seems to be a recuperating and regenerating Energy at work for racial improvement in the educational guidance of social heredity and social evolution there is Promise of future Progress in civilization and above All in the regenerating Power of genuine christianity is our greatest Hope for future betterment. Christianity regenerates and reconstructs the life of the individual and tends to transform the social order into something Akin to the kingdom of god Quot concluded or. Beyl. Botanist Oln a a Orch Hunt a make raid of water Pianta for Laboratory Svee tems. Jordan Field was the scene of a botany exc Ursini i Ter Day morning by the member of or. Van Hook s algae class. Eight Bot Zaiats searched the Jordan River for specimens of Cia Sophora oscillator a and Spirogyra. They were easily found As the Stream abounds m All kinds of algae and fungi plants. A few members seemed More interested in gathering Field daisies than in getting botanical specimens but Little time was Given for this As they were soon hurried Back to the Laboratory to Analyse the specimens collected. University men in meet Pope and Keeling varsity dash men entered in Indianapolis meet. Secretary of state to cereals interesting Condit Ona existing in Quot dark cat Quot Indiana. Care of body Bupha sized the track and Field meet at Indianapolis Given under the auspices of the Reserve officers training corps in which Many athletes from the leading colleges of the country will participate is creating a great Deal of interest on the University Campus. At this meet athletes from notre Dame Purdue Indiana Ohio West Virginia Minnesota Michigan and Kentucky will compete against men from such schools As Yale Harvard Princeton and Virginia. Among the contestants will be Spencer Pope and Keeling from Indiana University. Pope was Captain of the 1917 track team and on the 1916 varsity football team. In the High hurdles at Indianapolis he will compete against such men As Madden of Princeton Gibbs of Oberlin Becker and Cross of Ohio state and Schien Berg of Purdue. Keeling one of Indiana s dash men will be in Competition against Bergman of notre Dame Van Aiken of Purdue Craig of Case and Ellis of Illinois a. C. My fourth of july Celebration will Bevy a affair for University and Community. Fireworks Are banned remarkable cd incidence. Continued on Page three trip to Stinesville geologists study Rock formations in neighbouring country. About fourteen students from or. Cumings class in geology went to Stinesville saturday where they spent the Day studying geology in the neighbouring country. Upon reaching Stinesville they set out across the country to the Woods. Here they observed the mechanical and chemical action of weathering and the terminal Moraine of glacial Drift. They also studied tiie soil of the Limestone Region. At noon a pleasant spot near a Cool Spring was selected to eat the lunches which had been carried along. After lunch the party hiked to Gosport where they took the 4 o clock train for Bloomington. They will spent next saturday in Brown county going first to Helmsburg and Thep to Nashville. Student writer honoured. Again a student of Indiana University has been honoured by the Public. Miss Ethel Marjory Knapp is the author of a poem entitled Quot playing Quot which is published in the Touchstone for this month. The poem is in free verse. Members of bad a Ery f Holo Parade Friday United states representatives Pur Nell Sanders and Bland were classmates in Indiana University in the class of 1907, and now that each has been elected to Congress they have offices adjoining each other in the House office building. Guy t. Cooki 17, and Olaf Gheen 19, spent Sun a at the masonic House and left monday for Akron Ohio where thy have accepted positions in the commercial department of the Goodyear rubber company. Directory of summer students. A directory of All students in the summer session May be found in the Library. Quot men dig Graves with their Teeth Quot said or. J. N. Hurty last evening in Liis plea for sanitary conditions and prevention. Quot the pitiful cry of of lord How Long emanating from diseases illustrates that As Bosses Quot of our system we place the emphasis on cure not upon prevention As we interesting revelations. Or. Hurty revealed some interesting conditions in Quot darkest investigation proved that in owl holler school in a certain county 100 per cent of the Twenty one school children were physically and mentally diseased. They were Farmers children the pallid underfed children of renters whose ignorance would never admit of their becoming proprietors and throwing off the Burden of disease. Quot the great fight Quot he explained Quot is not against the Devil unless sickness happens to be the Devil but against sickness. Quot the common belief in Medicine is a delusion. Why should we fill our organs with Medicine that must taste Good smell Good look Good and be harmless ? let us set three fourths of our doctors to raising potatoes and close two thirds of our drug stores and we will be better off Quot continued the speaker. Philosophy of disease. Quot we spend $1,350,000 annually for the support of our state insane. Very Well we should care for them but let us also by hygienic methods prevent insanity. This can be done. No longer do we believe that diseases Are the servants. Lord they come at our command that was the old time philosophy of disease. Quot it was melancholy Quot the speaker explained Quot to see the military physicians pick out the defective and Send them Home from fort Benjamin Harrison. Fifty per cent of the total number enlisted were a detected. Dis heredity but to abuse. Quot murders Are twice As numerous in the United states As in India. We re sending missionaries Quot the doctor humorously remarked Quot but we can t eases in these cases were due not to raise the natives to our in conclusion he pleaded for greater hygienic care. Hygiene cannot immediately cure but can reduce disease. Quot our part As educated men and women is to preach the gospel of right living to practice it and to give to developing children the right to be brought up in the fear and admonition of the Tableaux entitled Quot Freedom s add Vance Quot will be fitting Comax for Day s festivities. Recruiting advertising stunt makes hit with townspeople and students True to form. War defense Camhi Tiee meets with or. Bryan various methods of cooperating with state Council of defense considered at local meeting. The gun has become a part of Indiana University and now seems to attract no special attention. Friday afternoon seven soldiers quietly gathered around the gun Back of Owen Hall. Soon four horses were hitched to it and the men took their stations two on the gun three on the Limber and two mounted the horses. The Bugle Call was sounded and they were off. \ there was no hurry no noise or excitement. It seemed that the attitude of tugging and quietness that has been spoken of so much in this War has become a part of the soldiers Here. Forty minutes later the gun was Back at its position behind Owen Hall. All this happened so quietly that the medics continued their experiments wit ii out once becoming aware that real warfare was so near for Olie summer student the committee on War defense met saturday morning with president Bryan. Various methods of cooperating with the state Council of defense and with other state and National organs were considered. The purpose in forming this committee was to coordinate the activities heretofore carried on by members of the faculty without collaboration and to stimulate service of any kind toward the end of winning the War. Among the several sub committees appointed was one to enlist the services of the members of the faculty As speakers to be sent out in response to Calls from the state Council or other sources. Another committee will arrange for cooperating with the state Council in the matter of newspaper publicity and in writing articles to Rouse interest the people in fee War. / Quot save the firecrackers for the germans Quot will be the under Jung spirit of the big University Community fourth of july Celebration held Here tomorrow. From Sunrise until late at night the Day will be filled with a round of enjoyment As the entertainment committee headed by col. T. J. Louden has been Busy the past week arranging All of the details for the Day s festivities. All Day Long the doors of the business houses will be closed the University classrooms will remain vacant and All of the natives of the surrounding Hills will Migrate to Bloomington to take an Active part in the affairs of the Day. A the Celebration will begin with games for Little folks Middle folks and old folks at the High school Park. Games in fact for everybody have been slated by or. G. E. Schlafer of the University Extension division who has charge of the various contests. Among some of the games played will be Quot did you Ever see a Lassie Quot Quot Jolly Miller Quot Quot clap clap Bow Quot Quot Circle tag Quot Quot Indiana fire race Quot Quot bombardment Quot Quot Circle kick Ball Quot and others. A regular old fashioned Basket picnic will be held on the Green us founding the High school building under the auspices of the City club. Or. Continued on Page three local Tennis tourney attracts court stars championship contest will be played tomorrow Golf and swimming tourneys also on schedule. Or. Foley at convocation. Or. A. L. Foley head of the physics department will give an illustrated lecture tonight in the Amphitheater. The University orchestra will play during the convocation hour. Marguerite Clark Here special 4th of july attraction will be at Union movies. The inimitable Marguerite Clark in a famous players adaptation of Molly Elliot Seawell s Quot the fortunes of fifi Quot will be the special fourth of july attraction at the Union photoplay theater. = fifi Quot is a Little minx of a French actress whose colossal conceit makes her believe that she is a great actress despite the failure of the first company with which she becomes connected. Although this is miss Claric s first appearance on the screen in the role of an actress she handles the part in a manner which makes fifi seem irresistibly charming in spite of her frightful conceit. In order to accommodate the crowd there will be three shows the first beginning at 6 45. Miss Elizabeth Davis . 10, . 14, teacher of latin in manual training High in Anglo is is Here do if a oms Roa Murch Furk. The Tennis tournament for the champions Iii of singles is proving a. Great Success. Many Are taking part and have been playing in the preliminaries yesterday afternoon and this morning. In the ladies tournament the interest has not been As great As among the men. About thirty have signed for the preliminaries among the men while among the women there have been Only about fifteen. Coach Stiehm is very much pleased with the contests and feels that there will be very exciting games in the Semi finals and finals. The finals will be played tomorrow. The following men have signed and been matched for the preliminaries l. B. Job is. Bye r. G. Mangle is. H. Briscoe j. E. Cassel is. Pat King c. W. Cushman is. H. Mclain c. W. Odell is. E. H. Mangel Bill Kenney is. Glenn Lee r. L. Halcomb is. We. Rawles a. P. Twineham is. R. Gross Nickel h. 0. Lesson is. F. V. Newcomer Geo. Louden is. Jas. Ingles m. Davis is. L. Wells f. E. Call is. W. H. Johnston g. E. Isaacs is. J. J. Littel Lee Mcdonald is. C. W. Weathers v. E. Easter is. H. W. O Conner k. Hepburn is. Bye. Many men who tried to enter the contest were too late. This tournament is however Only the first of a series of tournaments. Besides the finals in the Tennis tournaments on the fourth of july there will be a swimming contest and Golf tournament. The swimming contest will be in charge of or. Lowman at 10 o clock in the Forenoon. There will be contests in 100-Yard Back stroke 220-Yard swim for time any stroke Pligge for distance and under water swimming for distance. The Golf tournament will be held the entire Day and will be in charge of the Golf Asso fit Sili re

Search All Newspapers in Bloomington, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Bloomington Indiana Daily Student Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Bloomington Indiana Daily Student?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!