Bloomington Indiana Summer Student in Bloomington, Indiana
3 Jul 1923

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3 Jul 1923

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Bloomington Indiana Summer Student (Newspaper) - July 3, 1923, Bloomington, Indiana V t a. A a a j a a a 7 a 7\&Quot v a a a i of Quot j a a a a Frlj a y. R a a a Vit a a a Quot by a re a a ssh Feii or ticket today Quot a a trip to. Mitchell tomorrow Imp is a x a the Wheatf Loffl fair to Chang m to flip. Void. 175. Bloomington Indiana tuesday july 3, 1923. Established up. My t Tiff. If in of h a Salt Vamp a for to Quot a a a if of j f a its to a i 1 w a i b. S. Bing May return Here next summer to study methods employed. Devers two talks a j3ss a a set _�., describes conditions in China a Baptist Church and Union a services sunday. B. S. Ding chinese student at the Baptist theological Seminary Louisville was so much impressed by the work being done by the Extension division in visual education after pay ing a visit to the University yesterday that he is thinking of coming Here next summer to study their methods according to Dean s. E. Stout of the College of arts and sciences. Or. Ding said that he thought visual education would in China t or Ding was also much impressed by the cafeteria saying that he had seen nothing like it. Talks at Union services. Or. Ding gave a missionary talk sunday morning in place of the regular preaching services at the Baptist Church in the evening he spoke at the Union services held on the Cam Quot pus the program sunday being in charge of the Baptist Church. Both services were Well attended. Or. Ding told How he had been converted eight years ago by a missionary to China How he converted his Mother to christianity and later these two converted his father. Or. Ding s sex basketball Captain marries pret Iest coed Helen Heuring �?T23, and Wilfred Bahr �?T24, were married sunday at the Home of the Bride in Petersburg ind. Only members of the families and a few friends were guests at the wedding. Mrs. Bahr is a member of Delta Gamma sorority and was on the Arbutus staff this year. She was selected As Indiana a most Beautiful coed last Winter by a joint faculty and student committee. She was also one of the six winners in the Arbutus Beauty contest and was Indiana University sentry in the big ten Beauty contest conducted by Antoinette Donnelly of the Chicago Tribune. Bahr was Captain of the basketball team last year and a member of the a a i j varsity football squad. He is a Mem father is now a native preacher and of the Sigma no fraternity. The couple will make their future Home in his Iother a Bible woman. Or Ding says his Mother 70 years of age can recite the entire gospel of John word for word in the chinese language. Tells of conditions in China. Or. Ding says there Are five times As Many people in China As Iri the United states that they have been the prey of other nations and now thousands of them Are poverty stricken. They Are looking to the United states for help. Or. Dings evening lecture was on the reconstruction of his native country. The chinese must be helped physically mentally and spiritually he said. Only the Christian missionary can accomplish All this. Or. Ding expects to return to China and preach when he has finished his education Here. This will take about two years More. Legal technicalities Only slow waterworks two petitions filed with Public service commission will hasten f action. A in after a few Legal technicalities have been worked out the Progress of the Griffey Creek water Supply proposition will be very rapid according to councilman Elmer Bender. Quot two petitions were filed last week with the Public service commission to Forward the new water plan. The first was a petition by the City and the water a Phipany for a confirmation of the contract Between the two parties the other petition was filed by the water company for Sanction of the Sale of Stock to the City. If these petitions Are granted it will be a Long step in the fulfilment of the proposition or. Bender said yesterday. Dayton Ohio. Second expedition seeks raref1shes Dean Eigenmann sends another party to South american Carlos Ternetz in charge. The second Southern american fish expedition for this year has been undertaken under the direction of or. C. H. Eigenmann of the zoology department. Or. Carlos Ternetz will Lead the expedition in the search for strange and unknown fish. Or. Ternetz started from Rio de Janeiro Brazil. He will go through Central Brazil to Govan Down Tocantins and on to the Amazon. He will collect specimen of All fishes to be found in that Region to be added to the collections Here at the University. The first expedition this year was headed by no thin a Pearson of a a Fon Esberb Indi min Pearson sailed for South America Fhy Fri no Orleans june 9. He is a is Isth pfc to or. Eigenmann and received the master of arts degree from Indiana University june 6. Ira c. Wilson and Nathan Pedr son Rettof thed last year from an expedition to Alaska. It is said that Indiana University has the largest collection of South american fish in the world. This is due to a dozen or More expeditions similar to the two undertaken this year. Or. Eigenmann 4 has been on three of the trips and is now devoting All of his time to research and to studying the fish collected on the trips made. Hp.k4m�y,l0cal Stone Man Dies general manager of Blooming ton Mills funeral today. The funeral of a p. Ridley prom in it Stone Mill operator 420 North Indiana Avenue who died sunday night from uraemic poisoning will be conducted from the Home at 10 of clock this morning by the Rev. J. Franklin Young. Burial will be m Oakwood cemetery at Joliet Illinois. Or. Radley was born at state line Indiana. He has been general agent of the Monon at Bedford and general freight and passenger agent of the Walsh system railways. He came to Bloomington 11 years ago As the receiver of the Bloomington Stone company later becoming \ ice president and general manager. He has been president of the chamber of com my rce and of the american Security company. He was three years on the tax Board. He was a Mason a Shriner and a member of the knights Templar the elks and the country club he Wais a member of the first presbyterian Church. F r besides his widow or. Radley is survived by a brother g. E. Radley of to Are haute. The pallbearers will be t. G. Kar Sall Leo Torphy o. H. Cravens w. T. Hale Hugh Baker and Theodore Louden. Honorary pallbearers will be r. A Richter George e. Larry Clint Norton Simeon Freese Harry Johnson Bert Hoadley Richard Barrett or. Pitts of Detroit or. Pentzer of Bedford and Hesse Runyon. Notice. The Rule pertaining to absences both on the Day before and the Day following vacation on july �?~4th will apply. Any student absent a from classes tuesday Ettl Yjord or thursday july 5th will have one half hours cry Dit do do acted from his total credits for the summer session. A William Lowe Bryan. Or. Logan shows c. Of to held University farm caves to be visited on trip old clothes in order for summer session Holiday Jaunt. Old clothes will be in style on the summer session trip to the Donaldson farm at Mitchell ind., which will leave the Sun dial at 7 of clock tomorrow morning. The Donaldson farm is owned by the University and is used by the geology department for experimental purposes. A member of the geology department will accompany the trip and Lead the party through the caves on the farm. The farm is Well known for the geological formations on it. Besides being attired in his old clothes each traveller should bring his own picnic lunch and a Candle to Light his Way through the Cave. Tickets which Cost. $1.50, May be purchased at the summer session office today. Professors wife has Auto Accident at Lake Xuy mrs. Will Scott loses control automobile slightly j injured. Of freshman guide needs a St of eating places copy almost ready for Printer y.fi5 a c. A asks for co operation. �1 Lii it i. The freshman guide a spa Mph to issued by the y. M. C. A. At the beginning of each semester is almost really for the Printer according to h. L. Krieghbaum Secretary. As a added feature this year says or. Krafe Blibaum an attempt will be made to include in the guide a thoroughly an Auto mashup proved painful to mrs. Will Scott wife of professor Scott director of the Indiana University biological station at Winona Lake last week. was returning from Warsaw with her Small daughter Mary Frances when she lost control of the machine which she was driving and ran into the Telephone pole. Mrs. Scott was bruised Abou the Chest while Mary Frances suffered a bruised knee. Both Are recovering. A the machine a was battered up and the wind shield broken. Undeveloped resources abound in county he says or. Myers presides. Lecture courses to open july 16 noted speakers May come Here for summer session series. That there Are Many undeveloped resources in Monroe county about 125 Bloomington business men and Farmers were told at the chamber of pm Pierce Sanoker last Friday night by professor w. N. Logan of the geology department of the University and county agent Walter Rogers the meeting was presided Over by or. B. D. Myers of the school of Medicine of. The University. The chairman led up to the two speeches by describing some of the Industrial centers he had visited. He pointed out that in each Case some Man or firm merely had made use of natural resources in that locality. Professor Logan spoke of the different Rock formations of Monroe county and told for what each la or or Rock was useful. He said that the greatest Opportunity for Industry lies in producing bricks and building blocks. There is also found in this county materials for the manufacture of Cement Lime and building Stone said professor Logan. County agent Walter Rogers told the Farmers that it was their task to build up the productivity of their farms by Means of fertilizers. He gave an actual example of How this had increased the productivity or some land planted in Alfalfa. He spoke also of the Farmers relations to a financial affairs. He said that there must be a big readjustment or there will be no great inducement for Farmers to better the land on which they farm. C. W. Moores to lecture on constitutional Law Indianapolis attorney will spend two weeks on subject in Law school. Babies babies everywhere Lack Only breath to live in works of Modem photography by Jess Alsman 24. Babies babies everywhere so cunning and life like that tone was Ftp it Ted to speak to them brought happiness to those who attended the children a picture exhibit at shawls St Idio last saturday afternoon and evening. A three piece orchestra furnished music throughout the display and refreshments of punch and wafers were served. In this display or Charles w. Moores prominent member of the Indianapolis bar and authority on constitutional Law will lecture in the Law school Here for two weeks commencing monday july 9. The course will include lectures on historical fundamentals of the Constitution and a also on the Nev growth in constitutional Law under the decisions in the United states supreme court. These lectures will be of special interest to students in history and political science As Well As those in the Law courses according to Dean Hepburn. A cd Giese of eight lectures on Law and Indiana a Public welfare institutions is being arranged through the summer sessions office. The course is planned to Start july 16, and con Tinus daily to july 25. The course will be similar to the course Given Here last summer. Indiana University was the first University to give a course tending to show the relation Between the institution of a state and the Laws governing them. It is hoped to have Amos w. Butler of Indianapolis deliver the first of the series of lectures on a the states system of Demarcus Brown and other leading figures in state charitable work will deliver lectures in the series. The lectures will be Given at 4 30 p. M. In the auditorium of the Commerce Hall. Dean c. M. Hepburn of the Law school,.i>.tlined.the course. To a us it cosmopolitans to picnic in state Park july 4th members of the cosmopolitan club and their guests will spend july 4, with a picnic at the state Park. The party will leave Bloomington at 2 p. M. Wednesday afternoon and will go by truck to Spencer and from there to the Park. The club plans to serve a picnic supper and a round of entertainment. Arrangements have been made to Start from the student building at 2 of clock. Be w a Apella choir named by Dean Merrill voices to give concert in conjunction with orchestra Ancl Charus aug. 1. The a Capella choir will have an entirely new personnel this summer according to an announcement by Dean Winfred Merrill yesterday. Twenty nine new members will Start practice immediately upon a program to be Given August 1, in conjunction with the orchestra and chorus. This choir sings without any accompaniment and has made much Progress in its four years of existence. The 29 new members Are As follows Forest Albert Zella Albert Florence Sis lir Fred Chew Tara Dellinger Ida Derinzy Rowena Dalton Paulino Dively. Alma Ewing William Fox mrs. Carrie Fridley Mary Hill Margaret Hagan Margaretta has Erma Koeniger Hilda Konold Tash love Winifred Luse Fanchon Mcintosh Floy Mccown Eunice Mckay Florence Mcgauflin Edith me Piker Ezra Michael Dorothy Michael Viola Michael mrs. Lola vaster and Amelia Priddy. Nero would be proud to be in Bloomington. Bloomington will bum $1,655 tomorrow. It this amount of Roihan candles torpedoes sparklers and fire works in general will go up in smoke. Mathematically speaking this is 14 cents Worth for each Man woman and child in the City. University and town will observe fourth tranquilly tomorrow Bloomington and the University will join the entire country tomorrow in the Observance of the 147th anniversary of the signing of the declaration of Independence. Premature Celebration of the fourth by Means of fire crackers and noise broke today when the Sale of fireworks was released by the City ordinance. To a foreigner today would be the cd la bration and tomorrow the Holiday. With the exception of one or two privately promoted events Bloomington and the a University will spend the Holiday without a general organized Observance. Practically All business in the Uptown District will be closed for the Day and the summer session classes at the University will be dismissed. Lake co. Campaign sends memorial total Over$1,100,000 Mark a Gary pledges High. Stone club sees ant1-trustruld� outcome depends Oft int fat in a of Legal entangle intents they say. Secretary hints move declares state will drive a at Many of its leading industries. Water Good weather aids student health no shortage of water just a Little bad weather and As a result the general health of the summer1 session students has been better than usual says or. J. E. P. Holland University physician. Very few students have reported to his office for treatment this summer. Complete list of hoarding clubs and Shaw endeavoured to bring out the student eating places this can be accomplished Only by co operation of the pro Prietti of each eating establishment. Hiji i a serving both the newer. Kriegh top Erato those who in of % do so text Winter to cell the toe�?z4a� when the list Tuut desirability of having better pictures and he believes that he has succeeded in doing pictures that attracted the most attention were those which had been finished Iii Oil colors. This work is done by hand after the print a been made and is an extremely Dell Cate operation according to or. Shaw the pictures seemed to have caught Orville Mclaughlin 01, newspaper Man Dies Orville Clyde Mclaughlin �?T01, former Well known newspaper a Man died at 3 30 of clock monday morning june 18, at the Stillwater sanitarium at Dayton 0., foil6wing an illness of the last Yea if and a half with tuberculosis. Or. Mclaughlin served As City editor of the commercial review at Portland ind., for several years before going to Dayton where he was engaged on the Dayton news As court reporter. He is forced to. Give Jap thib world last Spring because of his health and remained in the sanitarium until his death it "1 f j Bor a we world news new York july 3.�? More than 15,-000 immigrants Are awaiting examination at Ellis Island for admission to this country. The officials have passed More than 1,006 Herd to fill the july immigration quota. Battery d ordered to Camp Knox july 15-29 f _ i a. Batter Ltd Bloomington National guard unit of the 150th Field Artil Lery has been ordered to Camp in orc for two weeks training beginning. July 15 to 29. A Bloomington officers a in charge of the Battery Are Captain Osborn first lieutenant Paul Feltus first lieutenant Robert Wiles second lieutenant Wilbur Bradt major k. P. Williams Captain Ray Fultz and first lieutenant Glen Woodard. Cap after a. Campaign of two weeks the alumni and former students of Indiana University residing in Lake county contributed $14,500 to the memorial fund. The sum of $450 had been subscribed previously by former students of that county. This makes the total to Date for this7 Center $14,950. Students at the University whose Homes Are in Lake county had previously subscribed $7,200, making a grand total for Lake county of $22,-150. The returns from Lake county sent the fund Over the $1,100,000 Mark. Mcnutt Heads drive. The drive in Lake county was supervised by colonel Paul v. Mcnutt �?T13, the newly elected president of the alumni association. Elmer f. Straub ex�?T19, Edward c. Von Tress �?T21, were associated with colonel Mcnutt in this Campaign. Judge Ora Wildermuth �?T06, chairman of the menus organization in Lake county and miss Margaret canine �?T18, of East Chicago chairman of the worn ends aided the work of the drive. A Strong committee was organized in Gary to help in that City. This committee was composed of judge. Ora Wildermuth chairman Ernestf Oyce �?T14, or. Robert Bills 18,Ulouis a Kuss �?T22, Joseph Laube Lester Dubetz or. Harry Kahan �?T17, Fred Wildermuth and . Atkinson >15. A it in come renting on that work in Gary colonel Mcnutt made the. Following statement a in proportion to the number of former students living Here Gary has done better in this Campaign than any other City in the United states. We certainly appreciate the Hearty co operation Given us local Stone men who Are members of the Bedford Stone club auxiliary Are not regarding As serious the recent decision of the judge of the Hendricks circuit court at Dan ill ind., to the effect that the Bedford. Stone club auxiliary and the International Cut Stone contractors and Quarry menus association Are combinations in restraint of Trade declared at prominent member of the. Bedford Stone club last night. He said that it was. Generally looked upon by the Stone men who Are concerned by the decision As just a Legal entanglement which would take months and months to thrash out in the courts. Formed under government Laws. Since the by Laws of the Bedford Stone club auxiliary were written by a judge who is an expert along these lines and since the association As formed under government Laws this local Man does not see How it can be attacked As being a combination in restraint of Trade. According to Walter we Drayer Secretary of the International organization indications pointed to the companies who Are members of the associations in question from the state. These organizations were Given six months under court order to close up their business by the recent decision. _ allege Case had slight Baals. The bringing of this action against these organizations was based up amp a a number of ridiculous allegations which have never been proved an amp which have never been supported by any evidence whatever said or. Drayer. A if the states attitude is to be upheld then Indiana will drive Many of her prominent industries out of tha state a further declared or. Drayer greek King decorates Ernest p. Bicknell �?T87 head of foreign operations of red Cross receives grand Crois of the Saviour. Tain Thompson announced that enlistments were open to ten or More j by the local committee and the lib men before going to Camp. A a it a a a Era response of All our student transcontinental tourists reach the coast ref led on status of West in a Little Over a week can Tonj a in a Day a distance Ina required a a weeks time of the Hardy immigrants who came West in the Day of the Gold Boom towns. Shower Baths provided. The transformation can be further noted in the comforts and conveniences accorded travellers then and now. In the Day of the Gold Rush the continued on Page four the latter travellers report Modem Home conveniences at tourist Camps along Way. Colonel Ernest p. Bicknell �?T87, director of foreign operations of the red Cross was decorated recently with the grand Cross a of the Saviour the highest award of the greek nation it was Learned Here yesterday. King George personally conferred the decoration. After graduating from Indiana University or. Bicknell became a reporter on the Indianapolis news. He was Secretary of the state Board of charities and director of Charity work in Chicago for several years. For the last 25 or 30 years he has been engaged in red Cross work and was director of that organization in this country for Many years. S colonel Bicknell had charge of a part of the red Cross work in Europe during and after the world War. At that time he was Given the title of colonel. About two months a go he was called to Europe again for the red Cross. Colonel Bicknell spoke at convocation hex this Spring. London july 3.�?the Ruhr Valley was again thrown into the fore today when the Anglo French negotiations on the reparations question resumed. The French have extended their occupation and. Are How in control of the Krupp factories and have isolated Frankfort. A a v yellow a tone part a Wyo july 8.--ijft�teialkapreaidet�t 17 graduate student it it take courses in latin twice As Many graduate students Are enrolled in the latin department As fever before according in Den Vej. Stout of the College of arts an4 sciences who is also head a be that department. The enrolment of the a Munier is. 17 As compared nth Crew Well organized duties fixed a will end at Colorado. Springs. T a student of transportation or one interested in the legendary lore of the covered Wagon and the Buffalo Chase As gleaned from the most romantic pages of Western history might truthfully and with considerable Pride say that it is a Long Road from the Day of. The 49ers to the modern heyday of the automobile. Certainly nothing has done so much to change the whole aspect and nature of the West As the introduction into general use of the in Tomc left v v f a in the Days of the California Gold Rush it required months for caravans of ii Vivis covered Quot wagons a brawn. Jbv a inspect proposed phys for women9s dormitory Dean Agnes e. Wells miss Florence Iohd and miss Mcdonald spent monday in Indianapolis going Over final plans with j. Carlisle Bow Lenbach Erv for the new dormitory be fore their presentation to. The Board. V of trustees there will be a House presidents of urdu Erfley Bizati Onard 6 30 of clock in the the student building. Al Wells will Prendy it

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