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Bloomington Indiana Student (Newspaper) - November 1, 1889, Bloomington, Indiana The Indiana student. 27 in declaring admission to All students regardless of color. She now has the company of All the great colleges of the North. These facts arc Only significant As an indication of the growth of a vitally important sentiment and this action of on highest universities portend much that is hopeful for the nation and the race tub baby contests. The plan of holding society contests that was formulated last year was so Well received and the contests were so Well attended that Early in the College year arrangements were made to hold contests in declamation and essay this year under the auspices of All the literary societies. A committee from each society was appointed and the following agreement adopted by the committee and ratified by each of the societies was the result we the literary societies of Indiana University mutually enter into the following agreement a will hold the contests during the current year. One in declamation and one in essay. declamation contest shall be held in the fall term and the essay contest in the Spring term. Active member of any society who shall have become a member on or before the fourth week a after the adoption of this agreement by the literary societies or who shall have become a member after that Date and within four weeks after entering College shall be eligible to the contests. in essay which shall not exceed 3,000 words shall be based upon thought and composition 50 per cent. Each. committee on contest consisting of members of the faculty shall determine the exact time and place of holding each contest and shall select judges and control generally the conditions governing the contests that Are not specified in this agreement. shall be three prizes in declamation. First prize 110 second $5, third $2.50. shall be three prizes in essay. First prize $20 second $10 third 5 other literary society formed during the year can enter this agreement upon the consent of three of the four existing societies. appropriate admission fee will be collected for admission to the contests and the proceeds shall go to defray expenses and to pay the prizes. But if the proceeds should not be sufficient to do this the deficiency shall be made Good by the literary societies and said deficiency to be apportioned among them in proportion to their membership. Prot state tour pram for 1889 and 1890. The prize of $250 offered by the american protective tar flt league to Seiti or College students for the Best essay was won by Homer b. Dibell class 89. The subject was Quot what Are raw materials would free raw materials be advantageous to the Lamorand industries of the United states Quot the competitors were students from the leading colleges of the country. The judges were unanimous in awarding him the first place and s. L. Adler Cornell second place. The essay is published and circulated by the Tariff league for the purpose of stating the facts and arguments of Protection and of convincing doubtful voters whether Farmers labourers merchants or professional men. It shows a careful preparation and a Broad comprehension of the question in All its relations. The language is Plain and impressive the arguments logical and conclusive. Raw materials he defines As including Quot agricultural and food products the crude products of mines quarries and forests and

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