Bloomington Indiana Summer Student in Bloomington, Indiana
8 Jul 1922

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8 Jul 1922

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Bloomington Indiana Summer Student (Newspaper) - July 8, 1922, Bloomington, Indiana A to it Page four. The Indiana Samuee student stub Dat just 19s2. With the Mcmoy jul cd Itoi a How Are pledges made to the memorial just As in the student Campaign in March the University will extend every consideration and Concession that it safely can to students who subscribe to the summer memorial fund in the paying off of pledges which will work Little inconvenience to Don the five year payment plan forms the basis for the collection of All Hoo sier memorial pledges among student alumni and All other contributors. It is a very Liberal scheme. First it is flexible and can be changed to suit the donor s fancy As to How he will distribute his payments among the five years. The method followed by saturday classes wont hinder week end trip Moonlight hike to cascades tonight special convocation program next week. The directors of the summer session program have arranged to make today a gala Day despite saturday classes. A party of hikers left at 1 . For a trip to the University waterworks. The evening s program will be featured by a Moonlight hike to the cascades. Mrs. Ethel Tudor of the Home economics department and Hugh Carter 22, will be in charge of the hiking party which will leave the Sun dial at 7 o clock. A special feature of the evening s entertainment will be a marshmallow roast at the cascades. The marshmallows will be provided free. The usual program of events is scheduled for next week but a special convocation program has been arranged. The members of the Shakespeare playhouse will present the convocation program which has not been announced. Thursday night the Observatory u the curfew shall ring tonight Quot at Winona Lake All students must be off the Campus by 10 a of Bell once kidnapped by strollers. Most contributors is to provide for one fifth of their total pledge to fall i open to students. A Cloudy at due each year. The Day and month of i to phere prevented the enjoyment of the year when they will make their i privilege the last time it was of payments is left entirely to the Choice j those interested will Beffie of the giver. January 1 and july 11 Quot another oppor Tummy. Were the two most common dates j Edmondson talks to chosen by student givers in the March Winon \ St tents Campaign. I continued from Pace one Lda Hanna 24 Glen Hoover ex-24, and Marjorie Miller ex-23, Are delegates of various Westminster guilds attending the missionary conference interest in horse slides at the biology of the guilds at Winona Lake this ical station waxes keen Merica position. I i i it Tho Lecla a card which All donors the sinining of patriotic Sony s i. In Tho form of a Liberal prom i the prop ram of entertain i Soi \ note. It is a note simply for a the purpose of Makin it a negotiable Cairn i Cater than Tho i instrument that the University Olive under the Flag and borrow Money on it if it so desires to a Bep in construction of Tho various he White and Blue Quot said William building projects before tie Date of a. Sunday in his patriotic address maturity of the p Odo is. Prospective Quot Victory Quot before an audience of 10,-p-Ivers need not hesitate to subscribe Yovo people tuesday night to the cards because they Are in the i America is the Leader of the world forms of notes. All contributions Are and if she wobbles from the path of pled yes of loyalty and Are wanted As her duty by allowing this Counti y to free will Oit rings. J be a dumping ground for anarchists i she is endangering the future of the every consideration will be Given i world he pointed out. Subscribers who thru misfortune of i the address was preceded by a con some kind Are unable to meet their i Cert by the Argos band and the sing pledges when Thev come due. By a Quot in of Quot the old rugged Croas Quot by ran gement with tiie bursar s office the or and Homer Rodeheaver. Payment of such pledges May be de after the lecture a great display of feared until the paved is in better Cir i Fie is along the Lake Shore was cum stances. I Assembly special to the summer student by Mabel Hester 23. Winona Lake june 26.�?the tolling of the curfew has struck terror into the hearts of late strollers among the biological students of Winona Lake. The curfew first sounded its ominous Chimes on Friday night at 10 o clock. At 10 30 a second warning rang for All things to become quiet. The practice will probably continue for the remainder of the summer. The ringing of the curfew is not a new Story to students who have been Here before. There is a persistent tradition that prof. Will Scott director of the station was once conducted Home by the watchman during the Days of his courtship of mrs. Scott at the station. Rumor also has it that this dread guardian of the peace has blocked the Way for scantily Clad bathers and has broken up late parties. Memories Ai e yet current of Stern biological students of a few years past who resolved that the curfew shall not ring tonight. The Bell was kidnapped and thrown into the Lake. Nothing daunted the guardians of the peace procured another Bell and curfew rings As usual. Interest in at the station insane fourth at Winona Winona Lake july 4�?students at the Winona biological station contented themselves with a Safe and sane fourth for firecrackers were Quot taboo Quot in Winona Lake. Investigations have shown that none were on Sale in Winona or the nearby town of Warsaw. It was possible however to obtain sparklers and other Bright coloured fireworks which would not disturb the peace of the Park or injure life or limb. The students spent the afternoon of the fourth on a picnic. In the evening Billy sunday opened his revival week with his patriotic address,"victory.&Quot following the address the Assembly put on a grand display of fireworks. Enrolment St Inu Winona summer school has reached the 500 Mark officials of the school announced recently. With the beginning of the second semester july 19, the number attending the school will probably exceed 600, prof. Ernest m. Linton registrar of the school announced. Lyman t. Meiks spent the fourth at the Home of g. To Bowers 25, in fort wave. Among the Indiana University to dents enrolled in the school this summer Are Gladys Linton 24 Genevieve is keen with the approach of ii Nderson cx-2r Grace Bat Way the essence of the whole plan of payment of pledges is to postpone the Burden of the pledge until student givers Are thru school and get out into the world where they May earn their pledge. As evidence of that in the March Campaign Many contributors of $200 apportioned their payments As follows first year $10 second $20 third s20 fourth s75 fifth $75. In that Way the Burden of their payments was postponed until they were thru school. In summary the following Points explain the plan of payment which Viil e accorded subscribers to the summer Campaign 1. Five years will be Given All donors in which to pay their gift. 2. The entire pledge May be paid off at one time if the donor desires. 3. The giver May apportion his gift among the five years As he wishes. 4. Students May have ten years to pay their pledges if they can give twice As much As in a five year period. 5. The first payment of summer pledges will fall due about six months from the time the card is signed. Literary kisses. Quot he pursed his lips to cling Quot a thus wrote Sweet Sara t. Look out dear Sara you la be dragged Clear off your Balcones. Quot his kisses burned like fire Quot this happened a nto hat methinks a thick Asbestos pad would help a Case like that. A. The Finson Quot he Drew my whole soul through my lips of love of fire Quot Quick make the Semi finals next a Eek. A Surprise was Star of wednesday when Ira t. Wilson pm won in a closely contested game Over Bov ers. Among the favourites Are listed or. Fernandus Payne a past master in the barnyard sport and Walter s. Fisher 23, who never fails to toss the fingers. Those earning the right to compete in the finals Are Bolen Donahue minor Morgan Vilson White Merica Fisher and or. Payne. I Al t Fon est w. Merica 23, who has completed his work at the biological station at Winona Lake for the summer has accepted a position with Blue s orchestra for the coming two weeks. The orchestra will play at Webster Lake for dances during this time. Glen head 24, will be pianist for the company. H mrs. E. E. Ramsey of Bloomington 24 and pole Small 2ri, drive 25 Miles each morning to an 8-o clock class. Fish stories Are almost As plentiful As fish at Winona Lake. Talks of a 15-Pound fish on exhibition at Wir classified want ads lost Brown Felt hat which was left on the Jordan Field Fence last week. Name Nathan Lewis on the inside. Finder please Call the Indiana club 569. Reward. I lost a Griven watch Between science 3g i and student build incr. Was on a Black ribbon band. Call 353. Reward. It cd All lost articles which Are found on the Campus should be brought to Dean Smith s office in science 38. Owners May get them there by inquiring. I to rent a vol turn ipod modern House for a Iimori near hip Campus. Phone test. Haste turn on the Hose big drips summer dramatic festival to open continued from Page one miss Gertrude Linnell who designed All the stage settings and costumes for the Greenwich Village theatre when it first opened. Miss Linnell has designed productions for the Selwyn and Arthur Hopkins and in addition to her work in this direction she is a finished productions of the Shakespeare playhouse have received extensive and favourable comment in the press. Among those who have expressed themselves As exceedingly Well pleased is w. D. Howe of Scribner s sons formerly director of the summer session and head of tiie English department at Indiana University. Or. Howe says Quot the plays produced by Frank Mcente efs. Shakespeare playhouse company Are Given with an exceptional Der of intelligence and imagination. Edith wrote sad to note a Quot he found her Mouth again Quot so he considered her a Jug to Tell it gives me pain. Then Richard Realf found Lifis on his Best girl s face of Many others i could quote. If i were sure of space. G. Eliot said of Adam Bede Quot he kissed her Finger tips Quot and this As matter of Good taste does nearly All eclipse. But Quot rare Ben Jonson Quot wins the prize this winds the topic up Quot drink to me with thine eyes and leave a kiss within the Carlton in new Albany Ledger. A Good photograph Speaks a language All its own. Its Charm is lasting. A source of inspiration for Al time. Make an appointment Charles Gilbert Shaw saw and of a 21-Pound dog fish from Pike Lake make biological students gasp with personals. Kenneth Hean 24, visited at Winona Lake the week end of the fourth. Or. Heaton is in charge of recreational work in Garret ind., during the summer. Marie Carothers 24, of Plymouth visited at Winona on the fourth. Miss Carothers will be assistant Secretary to Vista Hudelson of the y. . Next year. Lloyd Miller 23, spent the fourth at his Home in Fulton. Beth Chalfant 20, of Ossian is attending the Young people s conference of the presbyterian Church in session at Winona m. Hoff 24, and Yvonne Williams 23 spent the fourth at their Homes in Gas takes third in Camp Knox meet concli3ded from Page one Ralph Hanna and Chase Cox both qualified As Sharp shooters. A George Bowser Leonard Earhart James Kyster Jess Weaver and l. L. Chambers All met the Marksman qualifications. Indiana is represented by 19 cadets a much smaller quota than want Ada Page. Air the Shakespeare playhouse of new York Frank Mcentee director an institution for the production of the Best in drama presents of the Best English drama under the auspices of Indiana University 1922 summer session program july 10, 8 00 . The admirable Crichton bar Rie july 11, 8 00p.m. July 12, 9 40 a.m.3 00 . 8 00 . Hamlet. Convocation admission free twelfth night the Pigeon Galsworthy Amphitheater or Assembly Hall. Season ticket $2.50, single admission $1.00. Tickets on Sale at Wile Stout s and varsity pharmacies University Book store bursar s office. Elliott plans for lecture course continued from Page one parole Quot m. E. Of trustee Indiana state prison. Wednesday july 19. Quot the juvenile Coure Quot Hon. W. C. Duncan sex judge Bartholomew circuit court. Thursday july 20. Quot juvenile delinquents Quot Charles a. Mcgone superintendent of the Indiana boy s school. Friday july 21. Quot the police Coure Quot Hon. James a. Collins judge Marion cd Monty criminal Cort. Keep Cool ice Cream works wonders on a hot Day or evening try our sparkling soda Flavoured with the juices of Ripe crushed fruits. Delicious soft drinks and candies. You will always meet some of your friends Here. A place where you can enjoy yourself. Get a late lunch Here any time before Midnight phone no i 110 ave i the House of Quality merchandise toilet articled Magazine a stationery candies Kodak a supplies have you Ever used our expert Kodak finishing service the greeks the Book Nook e. H. Kaser electric shoe shop expert shoe repairing m South College ave

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