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Bloomington Indiana Student (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Bloomington, Indiana Of dolt forget that Union revue will announce the result of the Indiana Purdue game. Stradley Cigar co communication a Call 28 for Hist Clasi amp Sud Ole is w. S. Woods North College Mich Fowler i Soh moving Van and Transfer phones r hotel Kirkwood successor to Bundy hotel. Good eats and prompt service is our motto. Come in and let us convince you. dentist or. V. C. Haskett office in Allen building. Office Telephone 898. Residence Telephone 1s9.shawns office boy the Boss see All the senders r Goin t have ther pitchers made in ther Caps an guns. I Guss to men 11 Ware Gamas. Shaw and Cosner North the House of pictures every night the third annual House party of Kappa Alpha no the coloured men s fraternity at Indiana University was held Friday saturday and sunday of last week. The annual banquet was held in their House on West sixth Street Friday night and the annual dance was held at the student building on saturday night. The party was the most Brilliant affair that the local chapter has Ever Given. Or. And mrs. James Knight of Mitchell ind., or. And mrs. A. L. Summers of Bloomington or. Thomas Armstrong of West cil and mrs. Emma Duvalle of Indianapolis were the chaperone. The out of town guests were miss Hallie Evans of Franklin miss Eva Ealy of Jackson miss., misses Inez Moss Myrtle Moss and Essie c. Goode of Champaign Iii. Misses Mary Hunter Ruth Guthrie Hazel Bates Oneida Washington Madelyn Baptiste Winona Reese and Josephine Banks of Indianapolis. Louis Russel and Lovetta Henderson of St. Louis. Maude Hodge of count bus Edna Goodman of Louis Lii Faracl Lawhorn of Washington and Blanch Nichols of Park Ridge Illinois. The local girls attending were misses Mamie Young Clara Summers Myrtle Summers Flora Summers Aletha Alexander Ani Mary Eagleson. The out of town men were Everet Colbert of Washington Ellis Stewert of Columbus Paul Caine of Greencastle Wallace Waugh and Harry Farley of rising Sun. Elmer Mosse an Preston Owens of Louisville e. W. Diggs of Vincennes and Earl a Dickerson and Iii. Those who have watched this organization since its establishment in 1911 have been gratified to see the steady increase in interest and loyalty to the Fra Zernity which has characterized its members. Much has been done to attract the Best Type of negro students to the University and to raise the Standard of scholarship among them. The Beta chapter a Strong organization was organized at the University of Illinois last february. Negotiations Are now be no carried on looking to the establishment of chapters at the University of Minnesota Fisk University Nashville tenn., and Howard University Washington d. C. Elder w Davis. Suits to order in the latest styles. Cleaning pressing alternating repairing French steam and dry cleaning All work guaranteed. 117 1-2 n. College ave. Phone 690. Ohio College of dental surgery. Seventh ave. Amp Mound St. Cincinnati Ohio. Liis College was established in Cincinnati in 1845. The course for the degree is three years. The regular Winter session begins about october first and closes in May. Optional Spring and fall courses in clinical instruction. The school is co educational. Has a teaching corps of Twenty instructors. Clinics unsurpassed. A special for dental assistants and nurses has been established Complete in one year. Address , a.m., d.d.s., Dean. 116 Garfield place Cincinnati ordering ice Cream water ices punch fancy cakes etc., for that social affair please consider Quality and order from Henry amp or. A. M. Snyder dentist East Side Square telephones office 405 Home 113? unorganized continued from Page 1union revue. Continued from Page 1 Sylvester or. William Maurer. The industrious head janitor interferes in the plot and is apprehended at the cabaret where a waiter or. Paul Mcnutt along with the student body is defying the rules of the fussing committee by applauding the dancing of a Soubrette or. Frank Whitaker. boys Tim Debri Ilar Francis Smith. Dollies Rogers Smith Ray Casey Glenn Newton George Givan. Constables Hays Buskirk Dudley winds. Jack Spencer Chester Laughry. Janitors Frank Whitaker James Frenzel Robert Kilcy Daniel Mebane. To eds Claude Bolser Charles Metzgar Don Vliet Herman Hollingsworth William Kahn Wayne Mitchell. Men Ralph Vellom we. Ochiltree Earl Jackson Donald Thornburg Leland Richardson Paul Gruber Geofrey Griffith George Mccarty Ralph Hastings Verlin Harrold Howard Hornung Chester Jones Louis Wasem Charles Vaughan Andrew Little Grester Lamar Harold Caylor Merle Colvin Ralph Van Valer Edwand Patrick George Helwig Edward Carnes Cleon Nafe. A a Quot Ever student Quot will be put on As an interlude Between the first and second acts of Quot the fussing this Little masterpiece frown the rapid fire Quill is perhaps the Cleverest skit Ever written by an Indiana undergraduate. That this is High Praise must be admitted when one stops to consider the Sterling work of Don Herold s play let last year but in some respects the writer of the 1913 feature will surpass his illustrious predecessor. The cast for the sketch comprises the below mentioned Talent everybody or. Paul v. Mcnutt. Senior or. Fred Myers. Love or. George Ford. Conceit or. Glenn Newton. Freshman or. Lee Mcdonald. Daily students or. John Benz. Ambition or. Earl Stroup. Work or. Freal Mcintosh. Pleasure or. Leonard Mace. Greed or. Herbert Horner. Doctor tites or. Luther flu or. The curtain goes up tonight at 8 15 at the Harris grand theatre. N of just Between you and me we Are going to be open after the Union revue. You can t miss the place if you look South on Dunn from Kirkwood. The Indiana cafe phone 947. 110 s. Dunn. Ralph Saurs mgr. Same. The usual Rule of permitting these candidates to name additional challengers and tellers not exceeding one for each candidate shall 1.� allowed in ease specific request is made. All nominations shall to made prior to the ballot wherein the candidates for the several positions shall to Noson. Trie Board of managers shall by selected on the first ballot and Tho Board of editors shall be voted on at a Lub sequent ballot. False alarm Pire department called out on \ wild Goose Chase. President Cleveland appointed a committee con amp isling of c. F. Mcintosh chairman Quot Pat Quot Murphy s. C. Davidson. In discussing this matter Mcintosh said Quot to do not wish to in placed an attitude of criticism As our True desire is to help the and its study its. However we Thiak that at the present time the docs not sufficiently Back its men who go out into the world to look for positions. We desire to 3ee established Here an employment Bureau which will not Only secure positions for teachers but which will Advance in All walks of life which will not Only see to tiie placing of its present graduates but which will look after the advancement of its alumni. There in Competition in the distribution of the output of a University As Well As in the products of a factory. Indiana not be behind other colleges and at the close of the meeting in recognition of tie creditable work done by the retiring president the following Resolution was read and adopted Quot whereas c. F. Mcintosh has been largely instrumental in the organization of the unorganized men of Indiana University and Quot whereas he has served efficiently As the first president of the above named organization and in that position has Lieen of real service not Only to the unorganized men but to the University As a whole therefore Quot be it resolved that the organization of unorganized men return it thanks to sex president Mcl Tosti for his untiring efforts in its notice. The Junior class will meet this afternoon at 4 o clock in the auditorium rooms of the student building instead of in the commons As announced previously. Election of editor in chief of the 1914 Arbutus and also peace pipe orator. Jack Jones president. The Gesang Abend will meet this evening at 6 30 in the student building. Marriages Are not As they Are made but As they turn proverb Arbutus dope continued from Page 1 that no motion to that effect will in considered. The rules covering the election of editor in chief Are As follows i. All students in the College of Liberal arts who Are candidates for degrees for the school year of 1913-14 who have not less than 105 hours credit Are eligible to vote excepting such students As have represented themselves As seniors during the present school year. Ii. All students in the school of Medicine who receive a degree in the school year of 1913-1914 All freshman medics who Are candidates for a degree and have completed two years work in the College of Liberal arts in Indiana University or its equivalent except those who have received their degree from the collage of Liberal arts who have been enrolled at Indiana University for a period exceeding three years. I. All students in the school of Law who Are candidates for a Law degree and who will receive the same in the school year of 1913-1914. All freshman Laws who Are candidates for a i a degree and Vjio have Coni plated two years work in the College of lit eral arts at Indiana or its equivalent except those who have received their degree in the College of Liberal arts and have enrolled f Rich Man Laws. In. All candidate for office shall possess the same eligibility qualifications As those possessed by the electorate. V. Another meeting of the class shall be held in the student building at 4 00 o clock May 28, 1913, to elect the editor in chief. The five editors elected at the previous meeting Liall be candidates for the s office and no others and the candidates receiving a majority of the votes shall be declared elected. No editor will be permitted to withdraw from the race. The rules governing the previous election As to the conducting of the election As to proxies and so Forth shall hold Good in this election Al last paragraph amended to read As follows the president of the Junior class shall do All within his Power to insure a clean election and shall appoint challengers and tellers to supervise the Itie Bloomington fire department made a run to the Corner of fess and third streets about one o clock yesterday afternoon. Upon their arrival it was found that the department had received a false alarm. No fire could be located within a of Jurj of the Point at which the fire was said to be. A Large Crow of students and townspeople had followed the fire Wagon out the Street and were forced to return the sensation of seeing a real fire. According to assistant chief Lawson Patton it is the custom for the fireman receiving the Call to get the number from which it came. Yesterday the 0,Aerator failed to do this and the department was unable to Cate the source of the Call. During the last few weeks the department has been called to several fake fires Quot just to be them on one occasion the originator of the alarm a woman was found out. Prosecution was threatened by the authorities but the matter was finally dropped. Our line of dancing pumps is Complete and our Low Heel English lasts Are Good fitters. Try them. Whetsell. S. Side Square. Standard Quality there is no Quick Saiid More instable than poverty in Quality and we avoid this Quicksand by Standard ii laity Tennis Golf baseball. Crick get football basketball athletic equipment. Lii Quot a e. amp bios sort 1 Penas a Ivins St. to on be the following Bloomington merchants when in doubts they advertise in the student and deserve the support of the students of Indiana phone timbers Are Given opposite the name Art 81 Ore Wylie a. N. Walnut 1476. Barbers Hall Milt North College. Sanitary West Kirkwood. Book stores City Book store North Walnut 34. Co operative store. Campus. 1304. Cabs Tarkington Bowles. 31. Cleaning and pressing Bell amp Bell East Kirkwood 893 clothing stores Dietz North Walnut 444. Eagle North College 512. Globe North Walnut Ion. Hub West sixth 1233. Kahn West Kirkwood Sanitorium East Kirkwood 555. Conf Connery stores Book Nook South Indiana 23 greeks North Walnut 1155. Howe North College 5. Indiana lunch South Dunn 947. Dentists Haskett v. C. Allen bldg. 898. Snyder North Walnut 405. Strain East Kirkwood 203. Drugs Wiles North Walnut 228. Furn Nure Wylie Charles West Walnut. Hotels Bowles North College is. Kirkwood e. Kirkwood. Jewellers j. E. Rhorer East Kirkwood. Strain North College 1265. Tourner h. P., South Walnut. Meat markets Clark amp Buckner South Walnut 665. Wal Souders North Walnut 392. H. E. Wahl n. College 272-i356. Opticians or. Luck West seventh. Turner South Walnut. Photographs Shaw West sixth 134. Stiggs North College phone 329 restaurants Eagle West Kirkwood 1479. Newt Goodman East Kirkwood. Henry amp Kerr West Kirkwood 17 Indiana lunch South Dunn 947 shoe stores de. Who sell wet Kirkwood. Model North College 1�81. Walkover North Walnut 676, Pryor North College. The fashion North Walnut. Shoe repairing Kaser South College. Red Star East Kirkwood. Tailors Dietz f. J., was Side 444, Steinmetz North Walnut 446. Noymer c. J., in East Kirkwood. Sam Davis North College phone 69,

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