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3 Jul 1923

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3 Jul 1923

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Bloomington Indiana Summer Student (Newspaper) - July 3, 1923, Bloomington, Indiana A or a r % v. Its a a amp a a a a is a amp a amp a fips to to �1?< a it amp a a a Fije by s5%?v,->r�?~ a it quota a it a a a Wii \ a r. I r it i from m confab reports successful meeting at Lake Geneva conference of student Central Region. Run rec my James Elliott who with six other Indiana University men attended the annual y. A a. Conference at Lake Geneva if is Home and reports that the conclave was successful in a a a tfx respect. The other members of the Bloomington party were John Hoadley Ralph Cooper Arthur Hoadley David Allen Ralph Lynch and Robert Huang. Elliott reports that nearly 900 men representing about 200 universities and colleges attended the conference. These universities Are located in nine states and make up the student Central Region of the National y. C. A. Organization. The real business of the Assembly was enacted in the mornings the afternoons being Given Over to various forms of recreation. The morning program included the morning Ratcli Assembly discussion groups commissions and forums. The afternoon a were Given Over to swimming contests boating tilts baseball volleyball track meets Golf and Tennis. The seven men from Indiana University took part on baseball Volley Ball track and Tennis teams. The Indiana aggregation was Quad tired in a tent besides1 the Pur due men says Elliott but Only on one occasion did hostilities break out. On this occasion Sevy ral of the boys got their Beds wet in a water Battle. Summer Traylor. Miss Ruth. A. Traylor ex�?T23, and or. Bruce m. Summers 20, were married june la in the Hemenway memorial Church at Boonville. Or. And mrs. Summers have gone to new York City for their honeymoon where thy will. Make their future biome. Tip bridegroom has accepted amp of Erif ment pm lotion there. Josephine Crowder 920, to interview europeans Josephine Crowder �?T20, has recently sailed for Europe to interview several International personages for newspaper articles. While in Washington miss Crowder had personal interview with president Harding Secretary of state Hughes and Herbert Hoover. During school miss Crowder was a reporter for the Bloomington Star. After leaving the Star she was employed on the Terre haute Spectator and later As society editor of the Gary Tribune. A a Waxen a polishing fluid displayed at c. Of c. Office the fourth weekly display in the window of the chamber of Commerce is that of a Waxen a another Bloomington product. A Kwa Xenes is a preparation manufactured by or. H. Wood and it is specially adapted for the polishing of furniture pianos and automobiles. The product has a state wide distribution and according to officials of the company is meeting with great Success. Miss Bowers leaves for extended vacation problems concerning pie and potatoes Are no longer worrying miss Margaret Bowers manager 01 the u University cafeteria she has gone on her vacation to her Home in Stevenson Mich. She will remain there for a Short time,1 and from there will on an extended trip through the West and Northwest. Miss Maudelle Brown will have charge of the cafeteria during her absence and miss Esther Smith �?T22, will be her assistant. Miss a Dorothy Marquette �?T25, Secretary to do an Merrill has returned after a two weeks absence due to a nervous breakdown. She has withdrawn from the University but will continue her work As Secretary to Dean Merrill. Paul Lappin �?T23, of Bedford was one of five chosen by the literary digest from among 250 applicants for a position in their subscription promotion work. Louise Rau Secretary to w. A. Alexander director of the memorial Campaign has returned after a two weeks vacation in new York. Howard p. Robinson 23, who is conducting his fathers Law business at Franklin this summer was among the week end visitors. Wyatt May �?T24, member of the track team this last fall who is now employed in the Fletcher american Bank at Indianapolis spent sunday in Bloomington. Katherine of Connor ex�?T18, has returned to the University to finish work on her . Degree after several years of absence in Washington d. C. Doing1 War work. H la re f. a his William e. Gwatkin pm instructor in greek and latin and Dean s. E. Stout of the College of arts and sciences and family drove to Indianapolis saturday. Nominating ballots sent c. Of a. Members primary ballots for the annual election of officers for the chamber of Commerce were mailed out to the members today by Secretary c. W. Murphy. The in embers Are asked to nominate candidates for officers from a Complete list of members. The nominations must be in the office by 6 p. M., july 14. Entrance to University sought by Large number an unusually Large number of applications have been received by Dean d. A Rothrock of the College of arts and sciences for admission to the freshman class next year. Indications Are that there will be an unusually Large number of new students enrolled Here next Winter Dean Rothrock said. Jef. S. Discussion group will meet thursday the High school discussion group will meet this week on thursday at 4 15 p. the vespers room miss Ethel Hargrave announced yesterday. The attendance last week was Small but an interesting discussion was held. If All who have expressed interest on this subject will attend the group will continue to meet each week. Trade Ash collection for Skeleton of Auk Upham ex�?T23, visits Here. Horace Upham ex�?T23, is spending a few Days with University friends. He recently has accepted a position As Bond Salesman with a firm under direction of j. P. Morgan and company. He has just completed a training course at the Branch office in Terry haute and has started travelling for the company. Student want ads pay. University to receive Bones of extinct Bird from Harvard in Exchange. The Skeleton of an Auk valued Between $500 and $1,000 will be a jaded to the zoology department collection soon through an Exchange with the museum at Harvard University. Indiana University will give the museum a collection of South american fresh water fishes in the Exchange or. C. I Eigenmann head of the zoology de in tic it has announced. A the specimen is very value below Irig to the fact that the Bird has been extinct since 1844. The Auk was noted As the largest Bird of its family. It was the Only one deprived of the Power of flight which was due to the Falt to that it had very Small wings in comparison to the rest of its size. It was about 30 inches Long and had six Inch wings. With a White breast and Adark Brown Back the Auk abounded on both coasts of North America for a great Many years prior to. Its Complete extinction a. Son born. Or. And mrs. Harry Carlton announce the birth of a son Harry Stahr Carlton. Or. And mrs. Carlton were by amp a students in the University in re now living in to Ieffa Viola Dana Viola Dana who will be seen in a june madness at the Princess on wednesday july 4th, a special Holiday pro ram willbe on a View and hawaiians will be the added musical Quot i0n, Leone Pritchard �?T25, a member of the daily student staff last semester is writing features for. The Miami _ Fla Herald. It a a a a a. A a a is v Bernice Rogers �?T25, and Anna matter John �?T25, spent the week end at the Home of the former at West Point ind. J. Wymond French �?T18, instructor in journalism Here recently is reporting on the Miami Fla Herald. George. Armstrong 22, who is in the medical school at Indianapolis was a visitor Here Over the week end. Franz Montgomery �?T26, of Montezuma was a week end visitor in Bloomington. Hugh d. Mcfaddin �?T22, who is Selling insurance at Rockville ind., spent the week end in Bloo Mjarton it i ? Moxley Wood female 24, of Indiana Polis motored the Leamington satur1. Day evening Betty Fisher �?T23, of Indianapolis visited Here saturday. Dorothy Daugherty �?T23, was a saturday visitor in Bloomington. Sarah p. Rodecker �?T26, will spend july 4 at her Home in Indianapolis. Genevieve Larmore �?T26, spent the week end visiting friends in Worthington. Edith Spencer �?T24, spent the weekend at her Home in Kempton. religious Eric amp moment Dean Todd and mrs. Todd of the school of religion returned Home last week from a trip to Holister to. A. Todd was one of the Deans for the religious Encampment which was held at Hollister for College students in that Section of the country. Dean Todd is planning to havea number of Chapel services and conferences for the students Here throughout the summer detailed account of which will be Given at an Early Date. Plu Omega Pis to hold conclave at Estes Park Catherine Betzner 25, left Friday for Estes Park col., where she will attend the National convention of the Phi Omega i sorority to 1>e held there this week. She will return next sunday. To or 11 a continued from Page one Hood. The poses werer natural and entirely free of affectation which often mar the photographs of grownups. A. A group of pictures done in steel to be Lent dignity and poise to the Little Folk. These were nearly All half length photographs. A series of combination or. Cluster pictures were greatly appreciated and told a True Story of childhood in themselves. The exhibit will be kept open for the rest of the week for the Benefit of those who were unable to attend saturday according to or. Shaw. Christian associations plan get together partial double a get acquainted party will be held saturday july 7, in Assembly Hall at 8 p. I. The two organizations Are planning to give every one a Fine time. Vespers services. The Call of a Bugle Wiir announce vespers services thursday evening at 6 45 of clock. Ralph Wellons a missionary recently returned from India is expected to Lead the services this week. The services will be held near the Observatory. % brings Call from India. The methodist Church had an interesting service sunday morning with the Rev. G. W. Briggs occupying the pulpit. The Rev. Or. Briggs is from a he a Awn pore District in India. He said that they received More Call for help than. They were Able to answer because of Lack of funds and urged that people Here give More liberally than Ever before. Wendell Kinsey �?T24, spent the week end at Kempton. Ruth Young �?T27, spent the weekend in Indianapolis visiting friends. Lillian Riley �?T24, visited friends in Bloomington Over the week end. Miss Grace Hutchings teacher of piano in the Indiana University school of music spent last week end at her Home in Indianapolis. Or. And mrs. Homer Warrick Are the parents of a baby boy. Kathryn Burns �?T23, has taken a position for the summer in the office of the Mishawaka Woolen Mills Mishawaka Indiana. Miss Nina May Funk of go sey ih., is the guest of mrs. Oliver Baxter of Indiana Avenue. Subscribe for the student j a a a Fofe e Yesit train see Strain it professional refracting it and fitting of glasses. L r Paul m. Strain optometrist 120 1-2 n Walnut save dollars get a $7 Mea ticket for $6 Quot a a Ata. A t the College inn 110 South Dunn St. One Block West of Campus Beauty parlor 401 East fourth Street. Mrs. Z. Bingham. Phone 2192 we use the latest methods in the treatments for Scalp trouble and facial blemishes. A a a posing March Uings Manig curing and facial Xmas Sage. Phone �192 for Iii Point Niv ph0ne7s use ote yellow cabs continued from Page one emigrants were subject to the hostile influences of a number of forces. The indians and the desert were their worst enemies. Today the tourist who comes West is received with open arms both by the Redskin natives and by their paleface Bret hem. Every Little town has its tourist camping ground Many with Shower Baths running water cooking ovens electric lights Etc. In the midst of the great american desert the traveler today will find numerous Oasis for his thirst and hunger. Thus is the Onward March of Progress noted in the coun try West of the Mississippi. A the tourist trails of the West Are crowded to capacity this year. One easily Lim Gine every one wha owns a car has gathered up his fam ily bought a camping outfit and taken the Trail West. They Are to be seen of every description. Some carry nothing but a spoon and others we have seen carry bed Springs and Mam tresses strapped to their cars. They Are going everywhere some with de finite destinations Many simply out for the summer going no where in particular. Curry Manns Buick. One Buick manned and steered by. Our Veteran chauffeur and Mechanic Glen Curry �?T24, has carried us Over ground and roads that would have Dis discouraged the of teams of the 49ers. It smiled at the Kaw River flooding its lowlands Missouri mud Hub deep and Slick As Glass desert Sands and tees sri in heat on the Mohave Esert and. The a demands of Steep Mountain passes. Are convinced in would take us around the world we travelled 516 Miles from the grand Canyon to Orange without stopping two Days and one night we were 15 Days in coming from Bloomington Tot Orange a distance of �2,700 Miles. One Day we were unable to travel because of rain and one other we stopped at the grand Canyon. Our average distance was 207 Miles. Our camping Crew has grown As efficient As a circus tent gang. Ler �?T24, our chef will be Able to earn his Way through his senior year at College by cooking at the Graham hotel. We have seen worse cooking than his. It Only takes adaptability. Duties Well apportioned. Gilbert Perry �?T25, Addison King rate a one insertion 25c. No classified and taken Over aide in Advance. Wanted an experienced it we urday work. Karl Sutherland Princess that Ater bin win. A a a 3r a. 25, and myself compose a rough act ready Trio that does anything required of us. One moment we a May be required to chop fire Wood the next Wes May have to barter with a a Indian for souvenirs. King acts As off Iaal photographer because he has an aes j. Theoc sense of the Artif in. Noun Tansi sunsets blended colors Beautiful Trees and Flowers and the like. A ferry is our. Diplomat and carries on All ofor negotiations with Speed a a cops,.sscrchants,-. Reception committees a Etc he is a resourceful cuss who never fails to win for our Side. He could make a Speed cop think he was the meanest individual alive to even molest us. From Orange we a re going North Ward to Yosemite National Park san Francisco Portland Glacier National Park and thence South to Yellowstone Denver and Colorado Springs whence our tour will end. It will then be a question of getting Home some Way we done to know How. If our funds last we will come Home As princes otherwise there wont be Many know us when we get Back. Of a Rock hotel Chicago on Randolph near la Staffe of. A splendid food a popular prices r00m-bathsi5�1 Marigold Carden Jam v a. A Ai. Notice to water Consumers notice is hereby Given that beginning july 1st All water rents Are due and must be paid by the 10th of the month in order to receive the 10 per cent discount also do not forget that where accounts Are not paid in full by the 20th of july service will be discontinued without further notice in. It. A a f0 a \ f. Or a we . City water we rats Quot w. H. Dinsmore supt. Ío�o�oock30qpoocx3popoocxxxxxxxxx30cxxxxxxxxxxxxxx3poo�cxxx� catches every Breeze $13 m dress to fit the weather and you will be fit for the weather. Comfort of course is desired by every Man and Comfort is Only possible by the right kind of clothes. Here you la find a excellent selection that includes Palm Beach and mohair suits made according to the strictest tailoring specifications to stand up under tie Tough summer grind. Models foe men and Yoyng men a a via a a everybody loves a snap shot every letter the cd is Back Home receive d brings untold happiness and Delight. You write them about Al the Good times your a having a but think How much More real it would be. To enclose a snap shot of these Good times or an occasional View of our school let us develop your films and furnish your supplies. In phone no. I 110 s. India na., playing today tuesday a Story that All will enjoy. Jet in. L. Us Trot a William de Mille. i a Bop ooh extra added musical feature Kal Aluis hawaiians a real musical treat a a i Buster Keaton in a Brand new rip roaring comedy a the electric hox Jse a better than a Frozen North and that a saying a a at Deal. A v 4th of july at the Princess Spenil two hours of your 4th at the Princess tomorrow like re a a big show waiting for you. V altered at the altar a were the matrimonial plans j of Clytie. A Black cat and a Black Eye were warning enough for Ber. Kal Aluis hawaiian Avila remain at the Princess. Jpn for vib Neslav a so a coming thursday and Friday the motion picture treat of Quot Richard Barthelmess a a a with to l. Min Dorothy Guh it its 1 a a or \ my a i it a a. A j Quot Vii at Fri 18 of smut

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