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Bloomington Indiana Student (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Bloomington, Indiana I a i Al w so published daily Al the state University. -�1 a a Quot Quot f. A r a i. A i i to. J in a a a of. R a a m 4 5 1 a i a 1 i 1 a a it h a i a the a in i a i a t. F a i it a a. A it 1 v at vol. Xxxv a. No. 9�. Bloomington Indiana thurs Day february �9�3 established 1867wotatiwfrom thus Jefferson fifth alumni news letter has been shows funds the fifth number of the alumni news letter is out and has been mailed to All the alumni of the school. There afe about file of Hundred at the main desk in the Library Ard if that number runs out More will be put there. All students Are requested to go to the desk and Rei one of these for their selves and As Many As they want to Send to their friends Back Home. The letter is Only four pages and will go into an Ordinary envelope nicely. Ilie Quot first two pages of the letter is taken up with a quotation taken from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to John Adams. It is a letter Urf eing state support of schools. It a due to the Good work of Jerson that the state of Virginia Early established this policy. He is called the founder of the University of Virginia. The test of the letter is taken up by the Chart which was prepared showing the relative amounts which Are a Ivcic by the various states around Indiana for the Upkeep of their schools. This is the Chart which was shown to the students by or. Harding several weeks ago at the convocation. It shows that this school removes less Money than any of the other schools in the states immediately around Here. The figures Are Given and the proof is conclusive that we Are being slighted in the matter of appropriations. The figures show that Indiana is the East progressive state in the matter of state support or schools of either Illinois Ohio Missouri. Michigan Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota Kansas or Nebraska. A recent list has been complied of about six Hundred of the most prominent men in Indianapolis and their names have been added to the mailing list of the strut and fret play has been mailed. Honor thrust upon c. W. Shannon by Oklahoma Academy of science Charles w. Shannon 06 graduate of the geology department was recently appointed president of the Oklahoma St the Academy of science. The Academy of science is an association of Lill of he leading scientists a if it i1ie state. It is similar to the. Aca my of scientists of this state. V a after leaving the Quot University or. Shannon taught in the High school at Brazil for several years. Later he was appointed Field assistant to the state geologist of Indiana. He did Active Field work in this state for two years and his papers have appeared in the annual reports of the state geologist. In 1911 or. Shannon went took Khoma where he Wias appointed to an important position on the geological Survey. He has done considerable work on soils and is considered an authority on Many Agri cultural chapter Kappa Alpha no. Members of Kappa Alpha no have recently returned from , where they installed the Illinois Beta chapter of the Kappa Alpha no fraternity. The charter was granted to the Quot Zillini club Quot a Strong organization of Colo Rcd men who preferred a chapter of Kappa Alpha no to that of and. Other coloured fraternities. Among the members of the e Bej a chapter Are two seniors one of a whom is completing his course in three years. Of the four juniors one is a Sigma rho Man who was a member of the debating team that Defeated Wisconsin Iti 1011. Members of the local chapter Are enthusiastic Over the new addition to the fraternity. Word was received from f. Tarkington Baker former coach of strut and fret that the manuscript for merely Mary Ann the Winter term production to be Given by the club has been mailed and will arrive the latter part of the week. As soon As the manuscript arrives the play committee will set work casting it. Or. Baker now is acting manager for the William a. Brody theatrical producers. His Worl will not be confined merely to the City of new York but will carry him to Many of the larger Eastern cities wherever productions Are being staged by the Brady managers. He will have an Opportunity to look for the Best plays obtainable for College production and has promised the club to do All that he can in making selections that will Best be suited for meets at Chi her. Woodburn Speaks on future of new take teams Jugis Psi Menthe spirit of Lincoln of imry Ady for m.1taft de Carfes to let Congress share responsibility. Or. James a. Wood uru s a it be at the first annual banquet of the Indiana progressive press association and the i a Gressie club of Indiana at Indiana Polis at the Claypool hotel last night. More than four Hundred were present. Two Hundred members of the progressive party from All parts of the state joined the progressive club last night with More than seen Hundred charter members and with w. C. Bobbs of Indianapolis As president. B. R. Iranian president of the Indiana progressive press association resided and Intro it tired the toastmaster William d. Hearl Kiare enthusiastic to assist in making tourney a . M. E. Haggerty spoke the organization of the unorganized men of the University at it s Inizia. Meeting in the commons last night had a Success fun beginning of its career the talk by or. M. E. Hag erty on the Indiana state legislature and the University and the relations of the faculty to the organization a is the main feature of the meeting. Considerable discussion was Given to entertainment of the High school teams in the tournament. The last i Art of the meeting was full of live talks on the relations of the organization to the University. The meeting was marked Rhrou shout by spirited discussions. Washington february 1-2.�?alarmed by reports from ambassador Henry Lane Wilson that the combatants in Mexico City were training their guns in such f direction As to increase the danger to americans and other foreign residents the state department hurriedly dispatched instructions to mr., Wilson tonight to warn All noncombatants to keep out of the fighting zone. Washington february 12.�?president Taft and the Cabinet Are in Accord that Congress shall share the responsibility for any intervention in Mexico. A Day of conference Between the president and his advisers ended with the understanding that should conditions in the City of Mexico As to demand the Landing of american troops or. Taft will Lay before both houses of Congress the full facts of the situation in a special message. Today every preliminary was arranged f6r the action which might follow such course. Thirty five thousand men of the army Navy and Marine corps were put in readiness for movement. The first brigade of the first army division just created in the reorganization 3,000 men in All and the nucleus of an expeditionary Force of 15,000, was put on marching orders ready to entrain for a Newport news va., where army transports wait under be Bill Tipp Ivey commit legislation was proposed by professor f. G. Bates. L i t at the Bundy. The advisory committee of the civil service commission has voted unanimous approval of the civil service legislation proposed by associate professor f. G. Bates of the economics department. The Bill is not based very closely on the Wisconsin and new York statutes although it contains some features found in the Laws of these states. The Bill applies Only to such departments of state government and such institutions As decide to adopt it. A Central state commission is provided. Any county of Over 50,000 May have such a commission and any City of Jiny class May have it on the approval of a majority of the voters at a general election. The state county or City commission would be composed of three members no two of the same political party and with a Secretary or clerk to be paid not i More than 12,1 00 in the state or More than continued on Page 4 announced ment is the fifth alumni letter has been issued and now ready for distribution. Students Are asked to secure copies at the Library desk and Send them to to Weir friends at Home. The Indianapolis Star says prof. James a. Woodburn of Indiana University speaking of the ast described what he termed the wreck of the late Republican party. He suggested that the Republican party probably Quot died president Calvin Mcintosh opened the meeting with a Short outline of his views of work and purpose of the organization. He said Quot students sometimes have the idea that they Are associating with their fellow students when in reality they Are of too much National committee. This not and they never realize How badly onily greeted with cheers and laughter. I they Are mistaken until they Are seniors. Prof. Woodburn spoke of Lincoln Quot the Funt Lamenta , the Eer Quot the Prophet and of Quot Lincoln tie Quot speaker declared the spirit of Lincoln ruled the new party. He told of the times when the Republican party was called the Quot Black Republican j a y n a spirit of ridicule and Bilic tact s. Quot the Black Republican was the Bull Mooser of former Days the speaker asserted. He reviewed the period of Lincoln and told of Quot ican Pat Quot speeches of that time in which Lincoln was Callic a progressive in. An Effort to cast opprobrium on Lincoln. He applied Lincol i s Dot Trine of the Quot House Divitci again St itself Quot to a it it Lotical parties. His Coralu Sion was Chat the Republican party could not be association general Council meeting to be held in Chicago. The Bloomington chapter of the inter collegiate association adopted by Laws at the meeting at 4 00 o clock in the student building yesterday afternoon. The Constitution of the local Branch is the same As that of the National association. The Branch Hopes to have miss Adelaide Baylor president of the Indianapolis Branch to speak at a later. Meeting the general Council meeting of the association is to be held in Chicago the last of March when the local Branch will receive recognition and will be Gien seats in the Assembly. Miss Lillian Cay Berry was elected to represent Bloomington. A if you change try in Japan. Michigan University still another of America s customs is being adopted at Japan. Football is being introduced there by Raymond g. Urch 12, who is teaching school in the Sebeok school Miyazaki Ken Japan. Urch recently wrote to one of his collage friends in Michigan asking him to Send a Complete football outfit at once. A Bundy has boarded students m Ove than Twenty years for will Alaji curtain Raiser at Wisconsin Dlana game. The Junior and in Basic balt teams will play the curtain Raiser to the Wisconsin Indiana contest tonight. The inter class game will begin promptly at 7 15 o clock. The freshman players have had blood in their eyes since Defeated by the Sophs and will attempt to finish the Selson without losing a game. The juniors Are in the cellar position but still have Hopes of ascending the ladder and will put Forth their Best efforts to Humble the yearlings. The infants have the adv Tinta a of the other inter Cluiss teams in As much As they Are allowed to practice every afternoon under the Tutelage of coach Berndt. The juniors have been strengthened by the a edition of Graham a Forward and have been getting away with some fast teamwork in the last few practices lol lowing is the probable lineup for the a ame . Juniors. I j the sorial Side cannot be overlooked. The seniors who Are leaving this Spring must come into personal Contant with men Outsole the University. How greatly hampered some of them a vill be this organization proposes to give the men Liis advantage of personal Contact while in school. Quot i can see where fraternities have a great advantage Over the unorganized a men. We cannot preform the functions we should in a Loose organization where some Are satisfied with present conditions and still others Are used to being the underdogs. We do not propose Hoa Ever to make this organize dior a system of Road t tournament Leslie Wilkie Laid the first real problem before the organization when he asked i the men As an organization were willing to help entertain the High school teams who Are coming Here for the Basket Ball tournament March 15 and 16. Quot thirty Are expected to let a Here and we must entertain them the fraternities have promised to care for a team apiece. It has been proposed that the organization of the unorganized entertain the president Mcintosh and Charles cramp ton each stated that there Jas a need which the organization could satisfy and urged that it take up the matter. S. F. Dadson asked How the teams were to be entertained and when told by Crampton that it was promo a to keep them in the fraternity houses and those the unorganized men entertained at the student boarding clubs and Rooming hous2s. He said that he was in favor of the plan for it was a Good cause and the unorganized men should do their part with the fraternities. Crampton gave some results of the entertainment of the teams of last year and said that this year would be a better Opportunity because More teams Are coming. Lubirl Keyes said Quot the purpose of the s organization is to meet every Froblom that comes across the Campus and this is certainly our first problem. The idea is Good and do our co operative work. The number of the teams makes it necessary for us to solve problems. Purdue will entertain the baseball teams of the High schools in the Spring rout a intent there and we nudist not suffer by comparison Lewis Hoover stated Quot it is popularly suppose that the unorganized men do nothing but we must do something Avit continued on Page 4 so Wisconsin meets Crmim tonight Home conference game of season. Guhn House Morris Lindsay Smith of. F. C. G. G. Ira a m Herold Davis Wright Jones subs Messler Whitaker and , Cut Mph la talks to win s Lea Crimson in Good Star Indiana Barnhart Munkelt Freeland capt Clouse Mccullough probable lineup Wisconsin f. F. C. G. G. Johnson capt vant Iper Vangent Harper Sand discusses work of the Indiana girls school. As president of the Board of trustees of the Indiana girls school . Wallace b. Campbell of Anderson delivered an unusually inter it Ting and. Instructive talk on the work of thar school to the members of women s Leaf lie yesterday afternoon i. Quot when you go Back Home Quot she said Quot the big problem you will meet if you Are a Good conscientious member of society Isth Egid problem. You remember when you were girls and went to bed crying because nobody understood you. With plenty of corrections and prompting you came through it All right but the girls who do not get punishment As Well As the Good things As they go along a feel the need of it. I Quot new girls go wrong who have somebody to keep watching Over . Campbell described the school and the kind of work it is doing in caring for girls not cared for elsewhere girls that the Public schools the Home and the City authorities have Given up. Joint meeting or. Roderick Scott talks to y. W. And y. M. C. A. The King s work and the world s work Quot was the subject of or. Roderick Scott s talk to the joint meeting of the y. W. And y. M. C. A., last night. The biggest work in the world Quot said or Scott Quot is making men Over in the likeness of Jesus Christ. The greatest Field for that work is the four fifths of the world which is non Christian. That Field offers the greatest Chance for a wide personal influence. The nations which Are about to accept the politics and Industry of modern civilization will be a menace to the rest of the world if they do not also accept or. Scott outlined As his three principle ideas a first the great work a Man can do. Second when it May Hae formed. Third its relation to us. He prefaced his remarks by saying that we crave work even More than we crave life. Or and . Wallace b. Campbell were the guests of professor and s. Hershey for luncheon yesterday noon. Miss Cecile White entertained at dinner last night for or. And . Campbell. Heralded and proclaimed As the coming Quot champions of the conference the haughty and hefty Wisconsin badgers will i Vatie the Indiana gymnasium tonight in an at Tami t to trim coach Powell s i Ninson Haslet Shours in the first Coli Fordiin game on the a Hoisie floor this season. Ivos Dent int locutions Point to the fact that they will have to go some although they Are the favourites. However it is Well known that Indiana has a fighting team and they will not be beaten until the final whistle is Lown. The five regulars on the wis on Iii Triin Are experienced players and their names Are synonyms for All that is Pood in basketball. Johnson the loader played for Ward on the Strojni Bac Ger team last year and is considered one of the Best in the West. Van ent and Riper the two football stars have been demonstrating in the games this season that they Are As efficient on the Basic netball Llanor As on the Gridiron. Both Are Veteran players. Harper and Sanc s have been p a ing a close guarding game All season a i Are said to be greatly responsible for the Low scores made by opposing teams. The game tonight will be the first time the two schools have met in athletic con i tests since the Diamond Battle last Spring. Although the badgers Are the favorite in the contest there is every reas on to believe that the Crimson five will give them one of the hardest and closest f Ames Titov a will play this season. Wiscons i has Alwa s feared the local floor because it is much smaller than they have been used i to playing on and interferes really with their style of play. Previous grim son teams have always Given the had Era the scare of their lives on the local Llor. The Badt ers have been practising faithfully since the dose of the Ioctl ill and have level i de an intricate Tel plays. They have not player ii. Game for almost two weeks on account of semester Oam nations and this May be counted a Strong Point in Indiana s favor. Coach Powell a e the men a Short and Light practice last night and they worked a together Fine. He has not announced How Many men will be used in the game tonight but in All probability a change or so will be made As the Pace will be hot i All of the members of the squad Are in Good condition and have shown rapid improvement in teamwork. The game will begin promptly at 8 00 o clock. The freshman Junior fracas which will be played As a curtain Raiser will Kyia it. 7 15. The seat Sale has been unusually Large and arrangements have been made Quot Quot to. Seat the largest crowd of the season. Yell Leader Joel Baker will be on hand and has made an urgent Appeal that every sound lunged student be present to Root for tha club Bundy Sells meal tip of cats to a meeting of the writer s night Edgar Curry williamtra3i>, and Christine Biller Road original lion tories. The Constitution was adopted membership committee was elected. The follow no were elected to the. Member ship committee. William t. Trapp. Katharine Tinsley or. Howe Stephenson and or. Piercy. The program schedule for the Rusl of the term was announced. The next Quot meeting will be held wednesday february 26. Lecture on libel judge he pm a will talk to the journal i so class tomorrow at i it o clock on. the class flu be held in Liiva Well 34. 1 fess a

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