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Bloomington Indiana Student (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Bloomington, Indiana Or make your objective for saturday the Union Tain ment is tickets Are Sale in vol. Al. No. 32. Bloomington Indiana Friday november 6, 1914. Established y �?��?z4 i it / a Sii in 1 a i it i 1 it 1 i 4 \ a it k % Quot i Quot if i i Parade at 7 o clock mass meetin6 will find All in readiness for Ohio game people have Ling me to believe that we Are going to win and i am Ine de to agree with them said. Coach Childs before leaving today. Pra toe at Washington Park this afternoon the stage is All set for the annual Indianapolis game in which Indiana will have As her opponent the state institution of the sister state Ohio the game promis to of tract the largest football crowd Ever at a contest played in this state. The first part of the big Crimson army that is confidently expecting to crush coach Wilce s men left for the state s Metropolis at 9 12 this morning Over the Illinois Central. Every Man on the a Quad together with cd Ach Childs athletic director Remdt and Trainer Ferguson made up this morning s party. Every train leaving this City today headed for the capital is expected to be loaded to the Plai Folins with impatient students unable to wait for the going of the Spe Cial excursion Irain. Tomorrow mom ing Over the same Road. Bloomington a deserted Village. Bloomington is expected to be deserted by tomorrow noon. Crimson followers realize that this year s team is the Best to represent the University in several years and Are not in wiling Quot in give Viterali the support it merits. The team s last two winners have put both players and rooters on Edge and the winning spirit never be fore seemed so thoroughly instilled. In every one As it is before the supreme tussle with the ohioans at Washington Park. The Claypool hotel will be made the Indiana Headquarters and the manage Lent is making every Effort to make the popular hostelry take on a real College atmosphere tomorrow. The lobby will be decorated from Stem to Stern As will the outside of the building. The menus will carry but the Indiana color scheme As Well and will be in the Cream and Crimson. Besides this they will contain special Indiana features. The hotel will practically turn everything into an Indiana Day All of today and tomorrow. Quot i Quot men s banquet tonight. The Quot i Quot men s banquet will be held in the banquet Hall of the Claypool this evening and promises to be the liveliest gathering of former Indiana students Ever held. More than two Hundred plates had been reserved up to last night and Many More Are expected to make their appearance for the big feed when the time Rolls around. It is estimated that no fewer than fifty students other than members of the team will go to Indianapolis rom Here for the banquet As Well As a Large number of faculty members. The members of the team will be guests of the Quot i Quot men s association at the banquet tonight and will attend in a body. They will have reserved for them a special training table. Coach Childs in speaking of the team being present at the big noisy gathering said that he believed that it would be a great thing for them As it would inspire Thein rather than excite them. Following the banquet the team will go to their quarters where they will see no one until tomorrow morning and then Only by special appointment. It wll not be known in which Section of the hotel the team is quartered. In discussing the probable outcome of tomorrow s game coach Childs gave out the following statement Quot people have been leading me to be live that Indiana is going to win and i am inclined to agree with them. I do believe however that Ohio state is going to put up a mighty stiff fight. They Are a much stronger team than they were last year. We Are As Strong. The game will be hotly contested and will be won by a Low score whoever win mass meeting tonight. The feeling of Confidence that has been prevalent Ever since the overwhelming defeats handed Northwest pm and Miami still continues to exist Here. The mass meeting tonight is expected to bring out All those who Are now hesitating about making the trip. Quot everything considered the crowd on the Indiana bleachers when the clash is started is expected to be one of the largest and most enthusiastic to Ever watch a Crimson contest. Not Only Are the local supporters planning on attending the game almost to a Man but report have it that from All parts of the state will come a great influx of former students who Are delighted with the big Brace taken by the team since the crushing defeat it suffered earlier in the season from Illinois. Although team and coaches will be absent the boosters club will according to custom hold a big Bonfire and mass meeting on the Campus this evening. At this meeting new yells will be Given the Quot howling Host Quot and a practice of them made. The committee having the affair in charge refuses to reveal any of the plans except to say that tonight s Jamboree will by Quot the warmest thing Ever pulled off around these the band will assemble the noisy delegation on the Campus at 7 o clock and from then until train time tomorrow morning the Racket will new members be Cercle Frank Ais chooses six in department for membership. Be Cercle Frank Ais initiated six people last evening at their meeting at the Delta Gan Una House. They were Mary Hall Marian Grimes Modjeska Weber Louise Frank Humphrey Barbour. Or. Robert Withington has been made an honorary member. The resignation of the Secretary or. Samuel Hepburn was accepted and miss Mary Stephens was elected to his Ofhie the next meeting Vail be . 19 at the Home of my ass a Quot a a Quot students discuss War economics club met at Phi Psi House last night. Quot the economic aspects of the european War Quot was the subject for round table discussion at the meeting of the economics club at the Phi Psi House thursday evening. The things that we re considered were matters of Commerce manufacturing and Public finance. The speakers of the evening were Merle Wall Paul t. Hackett prof. F. G. Bates or. F. T. Stockton or. U. G. Weatherly and others. Miss Ruth Burrell of Indianapolis Hal it my visiting at the Delta Gamma . M. C. A. For Bible study each Cabinet member to invite ten men to join class. Committee reports formed the principal business of the y. M. C. A. Cabinet at its regular meeting last night in the y. M. A a. Office. The Cabinet has just taken up the new plan of committee service. The plan makes each Cabinet member responsible for ten men in the University and the work for the past week has been for each member to invite his ten men to join some Bible class. The reports of the committees were very favourable for the Success of the i new plan and Secretary a. L. Miller expects even better results for next week. The work of the Cabinet has been so arranged that All composing it can be set to work on one tier and by this concentration More work May be accomplished in a Shorter practices at Washington Park today last night s workout Given Over to defense on Buckeye University s style of plays. This afternoon s practice of the Crimson team will be held at Washington Park Indianapolis to allow the men to become accustomed to the grounds and the shadows on the Field. This will also give the men a Good rest Over night instead of making the trip on the Day of the game As they formerly did. The m in will Stop at the Claypool hotel where All of the Indiana followers will make their Headquarters while in Indianapolis. Yesterday s practice a outside of the tent consisted of nothing but defensive formations for the Ohio state attack. Ohio s favorite play is the Short pass similar to that used by Illinois and coach Childs has been drilling his men to put them Quot on the Lookout for this method of gaining ground. \ used Ohio s favorite pass. The pass is made just Over the line tie ends coming around just Back of the tackles and. Rec6iving the passes from there the freshmen used this style of attack yesterday but were unsuccessful with it. Most of the passes were made incomplete by the varsity men while a Large number of them were intercepted. After it became even too dark for the use of the ghost Ball on Jordan Field. Coach Childs took the men into the Quot big top Quot for another workout. Here the coach worked with his men until after 7 o clock. Indiana s Nen Are in Good shape for the game with Ohio state. Most of them Are in Good physical condition although several of them Are troubled with minor injuries. Williams is wearing the by Ace used by Mcintosh but May be Able to go into saturday s contest without it. Glackman who has not done much Active work for a number of weeks worked at end yesterday. Mccoy is still having trouble with his knee but will make the trip with the squad. Chaperones for girls. The committee in charge have made arrangements for the convenience and Comfort of the Young ladies attending the Ohio state game by providing for their use a room at the Claypool hotel. Miss Mason miss Berry mrs. Davisson mrs. Crennan and mrs. Snith will Chaper one the party. The University of California has sent personal letters to Over 400 highs Oil track managers of. The Pacific <3omt, urging them to participate in their annual in Tschol a in diet a isms take first of five appointed to submit plans for is a heavy one pres. Bryan and or. Harding Dic Icuss trials of business manager and recommend change of system. The senior class through its special Arbutus committee took definite action yesterday afternoon in planning for the financial management of the Arbutus. Pres. W. L. Bryan and or. Samuel Harding spoke to the committee of the extreme difficulties that beset every Arbutus business manager. They advised that some plan be devised whereby the letting of contracts and the transaction of other important business be done in such a Way that it would not fall upon the shoulders of a single inexperienced Man. President Bomhart appointed a con Mittee of five members whose duty it is to consult with the faculty and draft rules and regulations for the publication of the Arbutus. This committee will report to the larger committee after the regular class meeting monday. The latter committee will then Lay the plans agreed upon before the class As a whole for adoption. Committee of five. The committee of five is composed As follows Arthur Leible Lester Corya Earl lines Ruth Miller and a member of the medical school at Indianapolis. The motion pertaining to the appointment of this committee specifically stated that no member of either the managing or editorial boards of the Arbutus should be a representative with the exception of the editor in chief or. Leible. However an amendment to the motion provided that the Board of managers should be present at the meeting of the committee to advise and recommend plans. Bryan talks to seniors. President Bryan stated yesterday afternoon that up until twelve years ago the publication of the University annual Lay entirely with the students. Since that time the University has seen that All debts were paid and that the accounts were audited. Quot but under the present system Quot he continued Quot there is no Way to get at the letting of contracts and Here is where the engraving companies take advantage of the he said that they usually had solicitors who were sex trentely shrewd and often not very scrupulous making deceptions in contracts common. He also expressed himself As believing in the integrity and honesty of the majority of the business managers of former publications that it was a difficult task for All of them and that some of them even lost Money. He concluded that the present system made Quot double contracts Quot possible and that the burdens and responsibilities of the management of the Arbutus were too great to put upon the shoulders of one Man. Suggests sealed bids. Or. Harding suggested that sealed bids be made by engravers and printers seeking Arbutus work and that the contracts be let in the same Way that All other University contracts Are committee that met yesterday afternoon was appointed at the Nieset ing last wednesday consisting of a member from each organization and a proportionate representation from the unorganized. It was from this body Towt the ii Ner committee of five was chosen. Skeleton club elects or. Myers addresses medics will Parade saturday. The Skeleton club held its first meeting of the year last night. Officers were elected and arrangements made for the special medic Section at saturday s football game. Dean Myers of the medical school gave a Short talk placing emphasis on the importance of keeping the medics in a body both in the Parade and at the game. A committee of four was appointed to Nike arrangements for Labelling As a distinguished body. As is customary they will have their own cheer Leader. Claude Smith was appointed yell Leader. The officers elected for the coming year Are president Lacey sch Ler vice president Arlie Barnes Secretary Flora Ruth treasurer Paul hop postponed owing to mass meeting annual event of Sigma Delta Chi put off till Winter Terni new blankets bought. The Blanket hop which was to have been held tonight under the auspices of Sigma Delta Chi has been postponed until the Winter term. On account of the mass meeting this evening and because a Large number of students will go to Indianapolis tonight it was thought bes t to postpone the dance. Twelve blankets were bought this fall for the football team and the Quot hop Quot was to be Given to pay for these. Every senior football Man who has played three years gets one. The Blanket hop is an annual event and is one of the big things of the social Calendar. Heretofore the dance was Given by the press club but since that organization has been taken Over by the honorary journalistic fraternity Sigma Delta Chi the latter has taken it Allen chosen it wins from Foxworthy by majority of eleven votes other officers of second year class. Election a wrangling one president Ottis Allen. Vice president miss Bernice Morgan. Secretary miss Elsa Mannfeld. Treasurer m. 0. Mccoy. After a heated discussion Over the admission of proxies to the election and several verbal skirmishes Between the leaders of the two factions Ottis Allen was elected president of the Sophomore class yesterday by a margin of eleven votes. Complete results of the election Are As follows for president Ottis Allen 99 j. A. Foxworthy 88. Allen s majority 11. Or vice president. Miss Bernice Morgan no contest. For Secretary Elsa Mannfeld 101 Ruth Miller 57. Miss Mannfeld s majority 44. For treasurer m. O. Mccoy 117 Milton Ron Heim 35. Mccoy s majority 82. Question of proxies. From the. Time that Charles priest introduced the rules for adoption till the vote was finally Taei there were Lively spats Between Foxworthy and Allen adherents Over tiie question of voting by. Proxy former president continued on Page fair m Gong Fust Fok Umo ii so Quot Quot report of Board of director shows great demand for seats at this number nov. 11 Quot Trio de Lutece Quot a harpist cellist and flute St will. Give concert in gymnasium. Since the launching of the Sale of the Union entertainment series a tick ets at convocation wednesday morn ing it has been estimated that Ati least $1,000 Worth of the tickets a been sold. Those having the tick Eui for Sale have experienced Little or a amp difficulty in Selling them. The Ture of the Advance Campaign is fact that so Many people other that the students Are securing the tickets it is becoming evident that some of i the students Are going to have to hurry or they will be unable to get Tniemi capacity of gymnasium limited the gymnasium can hold Only some thing like fifteen Hundred people Andoff just As soon As this number of tick lets is sold the Sale will be stopped a at the rate they Are Selling this limit will be reached before the first Nuutt Ber of the series which is in exit wednesday nov. 11. First number Wedney a. The first number on the series be Given by the Trio de Lute ref wednesday nov. 11. This Trio is Coli posed of George Barrere flautist Sal f Vatore de Stefano harpist and Paulj Kefer Yolo cellist. Each of these men had won Especial recognition for his ability As a soloist before they Atti joined forces under the name of Trio de Lutece. When they appeared at the Belasco House new York City a last year so Many were turned Awai a that the concert was repeated. Those who have not yet obtained their tickets for the series should go them at once from any of the them a Bers of the Union or at the Foll Winel places Kahn s clothing. Store University Book store and the i Barbershop in the student building Kappa Alpha Nus hoi coloured fraternity s local chapter House of its own. Quot the Alpha chapter of Kappa no a coloured fraternity is now stalled in its new chapter House a 721 Hunter Avenue older my of the chapter have 1>een hard for several years to Brin i the members under one roof Kappa Alpha Nui was first it it sized at Indiana in 1911 and since the organization has had a St. Growth. Strong chapters of Tensity have been the University of Illi Noto University of Iowa and vat present time All the chapters their own chapter Bouses. Anal chapter has been organized at 1 Apolis. Many of the leading men of the United states Are Bers. A _ a those in the local chapter Tus. Are Grant Johnson proc i Toh. Summers Smith Diggs son Ghan Balloy with Peters Riether Marshall Wales and Quot Ner pledges. Miss Anna b. Galston has to her former position it Loging room of the Libra been at Ann Arbor at the University of Miclo Igan. Mra. Humbert of Seymia our is it ing mrs. Nedlie Crennan at

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