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Bloomington Indiana Summer Student (Newspaper) - July 6, 1923, Bloomington, Indiana , a. A a i apr m. In rum 0 mme in Dite we is miss band present a a wings to Board at Indianapolis meeting Homie to be 3 stories co a fiction will be such that additions can be made later. The -. I. So a .17. A a Vised plans for the new women i do tory to be erected on East third str it a ast of residence Hall were presented at the Board of trustees nil no in Indianapolis wednesday by bean Agnes e. Wells and miss Fly re Rich Ond social director at res Ideth up Hall. The original plans were approved at the meeting of the Board held Here during commencement we Al Lowe and Bollenbacher of Quot Chi go Are the architects. A ii by gilding will be constructed of Sandstone in gothic architecture. Wings making irregular angles with the rest of the building will be added As necessity for additional rooms arises. The dormitory will be a three Story Structure divided into two Sec Tioy a a by a four Story Central Tower. The plans. The basement will contain laundry to is to Ink rooms and a gym a Sui a. On the first floor will be located the office and suites of the local social director and the Dorp Story my it Ger. In each Wing of the building will be drawing rooms and guest rec. In the new plans the Kitchen and dining room form a Wing one and a half High in the North Side of the dormitory West of the Towfek. The dining room will be on the la Mezzanine and will be finished in Wood panelling. In. The North end the to will be a serving room and a Balcony for an orchestra. The entire room will be used for dancing. There will be a court West of the Wing to provide facilities for receiving parcel Post and trunks. Of tidy rooms in suites. Study Halls and sleeping rooms will occupy the second and third floors a plan of single rooms connected into suites will be carried out to permit greater privacy Dean Wells fitted. The fourth floor of the Tower will be used for an infirmary and store rooms according to the plans. Construction of the dormitory May begin next fall according to the trus a tees. The building will be included in Indiana s $1,600,000 memorial of a Iid. More than $250,000 will be spa it for the dormitory $250,000 for the. Staj cum and $1,000,000 for the Umon Hall Danice 3-�z miss Bond in charge of annual summer function. A dance and reception for University Iti dents and the faculty will be he a july 20, at residence Hall with miss Florence Bond social director and the w. S. G. A. In charge. The been Given annually during the a session by residence Rhall and is. S. G. A l if the weather permits a Garden party will be held on the Lawn. Danc eng will be held from 8 3� until 11 30, immediately following the Daric Itig be no open dance the student building on that Down on Indiana ave. You need gum boots if you have valuable rugs in your House Roar. Ii hem up and put them away and spread the floor with newspapers. Indiana Avenue has been freshly oiled and Miless you go out of your Way you can t Cross it Between third and sixth streets without getting your shoes thoroughly gummed. Indiana Avenue is one of the first streets to be oiled this summer under the oiling operations whi6h were started by the City Early in the week. Enter objections to water plans handful of citizens file remonstrances with Public service commission. Hearing on the Femon Strancz filed yesterday by a group of Bloomington citizens against the petitions concerning the Griffey it reek water proposition which were sent to the Public service commission for Sanction last week will be held in a few Days. One of the petitions which were filed last week with the Public service commission was Tor a confirmation of the contract Between the City and the water company. The other petition was filed by the water company for approval of the Sale of St oct to the City. Among those who signed the remonstrance were j. W. Hunter Bedford Sudbury Jesse a. Howe j. B. Smallwood s. B. Franklin Jeff Kemp Joseph Henley w. H. Adams Ben e. Adams William l. Ward Walter e. Hottel Fred Campbell George Walker g. G. Smallwood Alva Parks Grant Hazel Edward h. Kaser George a Beckhart William a. Bollenbacher j. C. Dolan George w. Bandall. Orloff Trio to play at Congo wednesday Indianapolis musicians will make second appearance of year Here a were Well received. Saturday hike to. Stony sign rings followed Gay a Wei Iii up St is planned for sat a Board of the club for Ita members. Air Ira a re urged to meet in front student building at 5 o clock. Sport lovers who belong to Gani station Are reminded by ird not to a Lack up on making Tours in order that they May i fitted the first week in August the Orloff Trio of Indianapolis will give the program at convocation next wednesday. This will be the Seco Iipp appearance of the Trio Here this year. It gave a concert Here oct. 6, under the auspices of the Friday Musicale which met with a warm reception from local critics. The Trio is xon used of Jean or Loff violinist Lenora coffin pianist a and Genevieves Hughel be Loist. Or to Quot language professor visits childhood scenes memories of childhood were called to the. Mind of professor a. L. Keith of the greek and latin department of the University of South Dakota when he visited Bloomington and the University july 3. Professor Keith was born in Monroe county a few Miles West of looming on and received Ris Early education at Rice school House. During his stay Here professor Keith visited the old Home place. Rice school House and the familiar places of his youth. Professor Keith who is a noted scholar and the author of several books is on a trip through the South and East with Iii wife. Revised plans ready for work on dormitory to Start proposed women s to St one quarries planned for saturday methods used in Mills of Blooming ton Bedford company to be observed. I a free trip to Bloomington Bedford Stone co. Has been planned for summer students on saturday morning by Alvin cast chairman of the summer session social committee. The party will leave the Sun dial at 8 o clock and will hike to the quarries which Are about three Miles South West of the City. There the process of quarrying will be observed after which they will go to the Stone Mill where they Are to see How Stone is finished for building purposes. Monroe county is one of the least ing Stone districts of the United states and has the largest Oolitic Lime Stone Quarry in the world. This Type of Stone is very rare and is shipped to All parts of the world especially to Australia and South America. The trip to Donaldson farm planned for the fourth of july was postponed because a guide could not be secured to Lead the party through the have soft time this summer j they say the Bloomington police Force is having a soft time this summer according to a member. Every now and then a dog gets mad at somebody and the whole Force goes out and has target practice he closes Indiana cafe for improvements Fountain and Sandwich service to continue during rom ode lilt. Brakeman asks $75,000 for loss of both legs for the loss of both legs Stierwalt a former Monon company for $75,000. Stierwalt on january 22 year while in the act of cars at Clear Creek ind., injuries to his a is which rated their amputation. Aven h. Railway of this coupling received Necessia Dean attends picnic at Mayo Laboratory farm or. E. A a. Eigenmann fetes with Many alumni at famous a clinic Dean Carl h. Eigenmann who de live re of a talk on his research in South american fishes at the Mayo clinic at Rochester minn., recently attended an Indiana University alumni picnic held at the Mayo Laboratory farm. Or. And mrs. Eigenmann and their daughter Charlotte Are on their Way to los Angeles Calif. The following Indiana alumni were present at the picnic or. And mrs. L. C. Mann or. And mrs a. R. Barnes or. And mrs. L. D. Huffman or. And mrs. George b. Kent or. H. Bunlap or. And mrs. V. D. Reiser or. And mrs. J. G. Hardenbergh or. And mrs. Paul Isenbarger miss Ruth Daniels sister of mrs. Mann and mrs. S. W. Storey Mother of a mrs barnes.,. Viv one spot remains i it Hearth where the fourth holds sufi in in the Good old fashioned waylay professors attend meeting of bar ass n Hepbur ii Lafollette Treanor go to West Baden a Dean to speak. Three members of the Law school faculty Are attending the Twenty seventh annual meeting of the state bar association at the West bad a Springs hotel yesterday and today. Dean c. M. Hepburn judge j. J. M. Lafollette and professor w. E. Treanor represent Indiana University at the sessions which opened yesterday at 2 p. M. And will close this afternoon. Dean Hepburn will present a report for the committee on Legal education dealing with new questions in that subject and with their efforts to Advance the standards of Legal education. Among those addressing the association will be Cassius c. Shirley of the Indianapolis bar William m. Bullitt of Louisville ky., formerly solicitor general of the United states and judge Louis b. Ewbank of the state supreme court who will lecture on appellate procedure at the Law school Here later in the summer. This meeting of the bar association Marks a departure from the usual custom since this a Hual pie eting has generally been held at Indianapolis. A number of the summer Law students Many of whom Are members of the bar planned to attend this division gives summer work in state first courses Ever offered being presented at Kokomo and Logansport. Y causes alarm of Ortii of july balloon alighting ii oof of thin a less Theatch Ito. Person jinking the p.oi-, Xio Tam in an flu Quot r -1 by. Jess Alman 24. At least there is one spot in the world where the people have not ceased to celebrate the fourth in a Good old fashioned Way. That spot is Nashville. The whole family from grandpa Down to baby came to town All dressed up for the occasion car Rio Ives wagons and Fords Bedecker with flags and Bunting lined the narrow streets. Small boys amused themselves shooting ire crackers at littl0 is who passed. Mothers tried to Luis a Rig babies to sleep by feeding two to it Ink Iee pm. Cones and auday a Kjerse All of which fould a amp be a scientific another shu44fr� Quot \ fit and de with a get Cupie fax treated min tui on of orator held the attention of a Large crowds he shouted words of Praise of the old red White and Blue. Best of All were the horse races. Zev would have appeared to be on a sight seeing tour in Competition with the Gray Sod horse that took second place. Baum and Bailey s circus Parade had nothing on the one staged in Nashville. Following the band under the direction of some aspiring Youngsoo a same the statue of Liberty seated on a Ford truck holding a Golden Torch a it give her. Head. The led Foen a to i. -1 the first summer classes Ever conducted by the Indiana University Extension division Are being held this summer at Kokomo and Logansport. Four Extension classes at Kokomo Are under the direction of w. A. Bitt tier Frank h. Streightoff and Louis h. Dirks of the Indianapolis Public schools. At Logansport the classes Are held by Frank a. Streightoff miss Herriott c. Palmer Frank c. Davidson and Harry w. Wood in addition to these classes w. S. Bittner and e. M. Linton Are teaching during the summer sewn. At Winona Lake Quot the Quot new Indiana cafe Quot will close its Kitchen after sunday so the Kitchen can be enlarged and installed with the most modern equipment on the Market according to Brantley Burcham who recently purchased the cafe from w. E. Sullivan. The cafe will be redecorated and the Balcony will be made much Large. Quot i plan to have one of the most up to Date cafes in Bloomington by the opening of school next fall Quot said or. Burcham yesterday. Or. Burcham is a graduate of the Indiana University Law Schoij and school of arts and sciences and for the past five years has been connected with the University cafeteria As cashier. Or. Burcham will keep his soda Fountain service going during the summer offering ice Cream sandwiches salads and fruits Quot old glory rules Day vets desert it in rain to wet and bedraggled flags sticking out from the end of the press Box on Jordan Field yesterday afternoon attracted the attention of a reporter who climbed the bleachers to investigate. Much to his Surprise he found a Large american Flag with Gold fringes and tassels and the colors of the Laurens b. Strain Post of the veterans of foreign wars. Shaking off the water of the morning s rain he took them to the student office where they Are being kept Safe and dry for the Bryan s suggestion Stone facades plans submitted three Riley Hospital bids Are opened resignations of Rea Sii ields head resigns Post Oniss Shields to devote entire time to City Book and music store. Miss Eleanor Shields has resigned her position As manager of the University Bookstore to take Over an interest in the City Book and music company which she recently purchased from n. O. Pittenger. The resignation was accepted by the Board of trustees. Miss Shields assumed the manage ship of the University Bookstore on May 1, when n. O. Pittenger who previously managed the business retired to become comptroller of Swarthmore College. Miss Shields entered the employ of the Bookstore in february 1910, As stenographer. She advanced from there to the position of assistant manager and then manager. Week end dances May be held in Amphitheater weather permitting the regular Friday night dance will be held in the Amphitheater tonight. Dancing class will be held from 7 30 to 8 30 p. M. In the student building auditorium. Admission to the dance will be 35 cents except for the free admission to those who attend dancing school. Owing to the double a party there will be no dance Nackel 20, commands naval Camp station on White River. Provides training for boys and Young in i men of i a ref Board to select county agent Rogers met Ittner the county Board x f eau Caidin will meet saturday iat Quot a 80 p. Man the offices of the county of schools to take action on appoint in a county agricultural a it for the next two years and county attendance . A a it is thought a according to county sniper intendant. A Dies. That in Ter a ogers who is serving As co to agent at this lieutenant f. F. Knachel 20, has in appointed commanding officer of the u. S. Naval summer training Camp located on White River Riverside Park Indianapolis according to a statement received from the Camp recently. The Camp will be the Center of nation wide interest since it is the Only one of its kind in the country. It occupies 20 acres along White River and is open to boys Between the Ages of 15 and 20 at an expense of $5 for a uniform and $4.50 for Board each week. The aim of the Camp is to teach the boys something of seamanship navigation signals rowing sailing knot tying and other maritime accomplishments As we As to inculcate to direct Union services Sun a the Union service to Quot be held Quot in the v Amphitheater sunday eve hint will be in charge of the la at my to dist Church. The methodist. Choir will sing special music and the pastor. Or. Charles h. Taylor will preach on Quot our unseen environments Quot ten of these services Are held on the Campus during the Sumner months. Five of the City churches the first Presl Terian first Christian first Baptist. First Metho at and the United presbyterian Luce itus in having charge of the program. These. Meetings Are Dpi a everyone. -.1., ,.,-- a a i fashion to Patshion ladies re Ady to if a a Ore is Plann amp a to remedy kappas Purchase lots to build 160,000 House preliminary plans Call for Stone House on plot adjoining Phi psis. The Kappa Kappa Gamma House association has purchased two lots on East third Street West of the Phi Kappa Psi House from the s. A. E. Fraternity. The consideration was $7,000. Lowe and Bollenbacher architects of Chicago have been engaged to draw up plans for a new chapter House which is to be erected in the near future acco rowing to members of the sorority. Preliminary plans Call for a House of either Brick or Stone to Cost in the neighbourhood of $60,000. It is expected to have the House ready for occupancy a year from next study series issues Benns monograph Quot the Aine Rickii straggle for the British West India carrying Trade a the monograph by professor of. Lee Benns of the history department wifi by won the Justin Winsor prize awarded by the american historical association a year ago has just been published As study no. 56 of the Indiana University studies. The volume contains 207 pages dealing with the diplomacy Commerce and politics of the period 1815 to 1830, when the United states was attempting to Force great Britain to Grant Raineri can vessels the right to engage in the carrying Trade Between the United states and the British West indies. It also throws some new Light on the influences which operated to defeat Jota q. Adams for the presidency in 1828. With the final plans for the stadium approved by the Board of trustees in its meeting in Indianapolis tuesday afternoon bids on the construction of the stadium will a opened and considered by the Board at a special meeting to be held in Indianapolis july 10. It is the plan for construction to begin immediately after letting the contract. The final plan we Ich was adopted for the stadium was that made by the Osborn engineering company of Cleveland 0. The trustees also approved the plan suggested by president William Lowe Bryan that the facades be faced with Stone instead of Concrete. These facades will include two ornamental towers which will give the stadium a More imposing appearance. Eight firms have already indicated their do sire to submit bids on the construction of the stadium. Dormitory plans submitted. Lowe and Bollenbacher submitted revised plans for the women s dormitory and these have been taken into consideration by the Board. The resignation of r professor John d. Rea As head of the English department was accepted. Professor Henry Holland Carter was elected a professor Rea s successor at the last meeting of the Board of trustees. Professor Rea has accepted a Posi Tion As head of the English department of Miami University. The resignation of miss Eleanor Shields As manager of the i Iivo a sity Book store was accepted. Alexander Corbin Judson of the University of Texas was appointed professor of English. J Hospital bids accepted. On of the James Whitcomb Riley Hospital committee three bids Fox the Hospital were accepted As follows Cornell engineering company Power House National manufacturing and engineering company Coal carrying apparatus Indianapolis belting and Supply company travelling Crne. Enthusiastic reports were made by w. C. Bobbs l. C. Huesman and by. Page concerning the James Whitcomb Riley Campaign a for funds. The a amount has already reached f�,200,-000. In addition to this the legislative appropriation is $400,000. The bid of the Fletcher savings and Trust company of Indianapolis for refunding the Robert a Hospital Bonds Amoun i to $200,-000 was accepted. V amp b. Dam 94, buried at not a Salem Home funeral of Law Scholt a conducted by Bevy Rand e. L. Day. Que Cut. July 5.�?more than a Scoll of persoria4%ct a killed anti several Hundred injured by Over the Counti the fourth. Other accidents and drownings also claimed their Holiday toll. West Baden july 5.�?several Hun dred attorneys from Over the state were Here today Fotr the Twenty seventh annual Inlet a of the state bar associate Iii. Cic. Shirley president of Tinq pro Iza Tion made the opening address. Tacoma Quot Lasic july so president and i Hardig Bio a the naval Iran Poi to heii4emni Heire. Today a a the. Funeral services were held for Georgei Burgess Davis at North Salem the first of this week. Or Davis graduated Frimi tiie Law school in id94. Tjie funeral waa Condu Ltd by the Rev. E. L. Day promotion Secretary of the school of religion. Dean j. C. Todd t. C. Howe former president of Butler College and Hilton Hugh Brown editor of the Sodiana Polis news also Polce at the services. Or. Davis at the time of his death was president of to it North Salem Bank. He was a Leader in the business religious and social activities Luni and contributed to Tel Kkulp and Edriea Tiomi Tel so a tons. Double y party Rabau sumy Toma Htow night everybody meet Ieve Rybo a is the basis of the planned for the double y ii the Christian ask it Dat air ii Gim at Assembly Hall 8 Orleck i it details the divid by Chalm a t a finial 8tnn>s min he i my

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