Bloomington Indiana Summer Student in Bloomington, Indiana
28 Jul 1922

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28 Jul 1922

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Bloomington Indiana Summer Student (Newspaper) - July 28, 1922, Bloomington, Indiana In bushed to Eide and of tide aft Moom a a Iglitz weeks of the Smailer sew Ioa at the univer tar peas under the. Direction i the Indiana University Dow rement of journalism. Mender of the Western it inference editorial Asso Dation. _ Quot i _ entered As second class matter at the Post office at Bloomington. Indians. A subscription Price 50 cents editorial and business offices a Ldina a. Telephone main 1222. Journalism L. Reeves a business manager Ernest t. Pyle. John Byram G. Brodhecker Herman editor in chief editor City editor sports editor editorial and feature writers Mark Trueblood Lowell Miles reporters Mark a. Hanna Gertrude Bair Vedette Yelch Catherine Cleary George a Hway Wilham Wright these Are Wiir sentiments. And now As fold up our typewriter and prepare our last Issue for the press Are snatching this final Opportunity to give vent to a few of Dur thoughts and to. Thrust some of our ideas upon the student Reading Public. First a word concerning our summer s efforts. This is the last Issue of the summer student. A few of Lis have worked hard and Long have Laboured and pecked our Tarp writers to the Best of our ability under the circumstances. Everyone knows that Quot circumstances Quot Are not the same in summer school As during the regular term things Are managed on a different basis a different attitude prevails thru out the student body on the Campus. admit that the paper has t been what it might have been Only ask you to a Little lenient in judging our outbursts and bide with us a wee bit As you peruse our efforts of the last two months. During our initial turn at the wheel of the G. C. D. formed a few opinions on various matters which believe the University might at least slightly benefited. Of course May wrong not thrust All other opinions aside in the belief that Only ours can right. There Are Many ideas in this world on like subjects different ideas a therefore it is impossible for All to right. But it is our Contention that it is better to have a wrong idea than to have none at All the latter a situation into which fear too Many of us have fallen. First would suggest More leniency a Freer reign in the editorial and news policy of the daily student. It is a thoroughly established and Well known fact that Indiana s College paper cannot say what it pleases either in its editorial or news columns and quite often even legitimate news must order suppressed. The daily student As it is today is nothing More nor less than a circulating billboard with orders to boost everything connected with the University to the skies whether it deserves a boost or not. Someone is afraid afraid that anything slightly revolutionary when published in the student will carried to the readers out Over the state and adjoining states producing a detrimental effect upon those who might interested in the University. More actual example of this situation can had than the statement of one of the higher officials in athletic man3tg�i�tnt when the Bas Bitu team started to Japan. gave orders that All publicity Mast censored a faculty representative and Fini with the statement that Quot of the team is a consistent loser must not have any publicity at your ideas on the subject in Harmony with those ? ours Are not Are not sensationalist neither advocates of yellow journalism but believe that if the occasional outbursts among the students were allowed to expressed thru the press later to Given a hearing before legitimate Antii crities that there would no detriment to the University but an everlasting Good. also believe that there should a closer relationship Between the faculty and the Stid ident body is have been taken along this a with the formation of the aeon society and if a Ven time will to doubt accomplish the desired result. An athletic upheaval is now in Progress. It has taken years for it to come but at last a Little revolutionizing has opened a Good Many eyes and predict that within a few years due to added interest in the Success and management of Indiana teams on the part of the student body there will a Rise in Indiana s position from the so called Quot door mat of the big entirely oat and Frein of Sot car toes Sprott our of shot sat an end full Many of them did spend for other things Thim Book mid Rule while convalescing Here at school. Learned to Golf and hate a horse and cheer at Gamin until hoarse and red Good books both old and new and had to eat full much beef Stew and calories and vitamins and How to handle soup tureens and other things of similar kind that Many folks Oft fail to find so now think ind Irish to state that what with All this knowledge great from Polly wogs to shaggy lamas this College life s the cat s pyjamas. Do not think Are bolsheviks Are not. Are for Indiana and her welfare and Progress for her to the last ditch and these Are just a few of our ideas As to How one Cali made even a greater institution than she now and 1. Done tis with mingled feelings of regret and Joy that Start pecking out our last Colum. More shall have the satisfaction of getting our own stuff into print or razing some of our Good natured friends or relay dog the Campus gossip Etc. But on the other hand shall not have to spend our afternoons in a hot Stuffy office inventing strange words and phrases in order that our first class poetry May rhyme and scan correctly and also shall free for evermore from having rocks thrown at us dissatisfied and Rowdy customers. Our old Friend Dong to whom owe our Start in life is in the South part of the state chasing Down recalcitrant outcrops and investigating mines. sends us the following Story from among the Hills having taken com Pone math one of the typical Southern Indiana Hill families the gang offered to make some restitution to their hospitality taking the oldest son into town with them. Tickled to death the lad left for the House on the in shouting Quot Mommy where s shirt and pants Quot attired in his sunday finery returned and boarded the Bla Maria As the Survey truck is called and proceeded to take inventory of his apparel. They had Ridden about four or five Miles when suddenly the boy snapped his fingers and exclaimed Quot Gol Dum i forgot a sock Quot Kookoo Koo Koo after gazing upon numerous and sundry announcements and placards tacked upon the Forest giants of the Campus As Well As placed upon every Lovely billboard have decided that the student klan must have Ridden last night. According to the weather forecast and the prevailing Lack of frigidity today feel Safe in saying that the summer swing out bids fair to the summer wring out. And while on that it weather subject wonder How the of Lars 4ewn it Chimp Knox Are getting i Mig in their flannel shirts. Summer student enrol ment list completed our last Wene. Laboured Long for Many years and now leave this Vale of tears and throw our books into the Pond except the ones of which fond Cai due to graduate Hook or Crook or in a Fate our education now is done our College course is fully run and Are judged to have the knowledge one is supposed to gain at College. changed the Way to comb our hair and raised ours Ives a moustache fair and worn our pants athletic director and mrs. O. Stiehm a their two children Catherine and Mary will leave Early next week automobile for Lake bins Wisconsin for a Montusi s vacation. They will return about sep Mcember 1. Knox county Adams Jesse e., Vincennes Arterburn Norman of. Bicknell Ashley. Helen Marion. Blocton axe. Harold Bicknell Buck A. Bicknell Burnett Howard r., Monroe City Carson Basil a. Vincennes Clayton Ora d., Monroe City Cochran Ruth Edwardsport Corbin Edith Emily. Sandbom Cummins Pauline f., Bicknell Fuller Kenneth Gary Edwardsport Gabrielle Yvonne Vincennes Hill. May Bairs Bruceville Marchino Mary Vincennes Muller George Vincennes Moore Rol it Ert g., Vincennes Nicholson William Commer Wheatland Purcell Dorthy Lorene Bruceville Rinsch Emil Freelandville Roach Inez Grace Bicknell Stoelting Floyd William Edwardsport Trinkle John Raymond Bicknell Trout Arthur l., Bruceville Walker Esther Lillian Emison Williams Nellie Bicknell. Koscuisko county Cretcher Myrtle Mabelle Warsaw Davis Vera Brooke mrs Warsaw Ervin. Florence e., North Webster Gill. Jessie Alfretta Menton Grandy Frank Harold Warsaw Headley Joseph c., Warsaw Herrick Marian Ellen Warsaw Iden Amy Jacintha Etna Green Kinsey. 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Bedford Boyd Lula Elizabeth. Bedford Boyd William Murrel Bedford bums Nina Ruth mrs Heltonville Burton Enoch Daniel. Mitchell Carpenter Georgia Luella Mitchell Chambers Anise Bedford Chambers Beulah Bedford Chambers Mable i a Bedford Chambers Morris Gaither Bedford Crawford Clarence e., Connelton Dalton John Eric Bedford Duncan Helen Bedford Ford Opal Morris Heltonville Guthrie Arvil Kenneth. Bedford Guthrie. Grace Mildred mrs Bedford Hall Dorothy Vernon Bedford Hall Ortha Alice Oolitic Hartman Hazel Elizabeth Bedford Keane Mccoy Ralph Waldo Williams Roenna Mitchell Mcfadden Ivan Maurice Bedford Mcnabb Joseph Jackson Huron Maher Raymond e., Heltonville Mathews Emadine Mitchell Mitchell John Newton Bedford Mitchell Lelah Virginia. Bedford Montgomery Roy Marks. Bedford Owens. Mary Francis Springville Palmer. Charles Bedford Pooi emus Gretchen Irene Rivervale Reed. Gifford Clark. 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Monroe county Adams Guy Stanley Smi Faville Adams James Everette Bloomington Adams Louis Philip Bloomington Addington. Are rom Baugh. A Emmington Adkins William Mise Ner Emington Aldridge Schuyler Colfax Bloomington Alice Harriet Garwood Bloomington Allee R., Bloomington Anderson. Jean Jussen. Bloomington Ashton Hai it Ley Lee. Bloomington a Vine. Mildred Frances. Bloem Inston Barringer. Edna Hickman mrs. Bloomington Barringer Graham Andrew Bloomington Bergdoll Gladys v., Bloomington Bergdoll John e., Bloomington Bierman Elisabeth bks Emington Bishop Clifford Bloomington Blair. Mallie Jordan Bloomington Boatman Arehie Oscar Bloomington Bolser M., Owington Bond Lillian Heise Bloomington Bowers Stella May. Bloomington Borland. Ray. Bloomington Botkin a. E., Bloomington Brighton Evaline Gosport Brisben rent All Makesell machines delivered and called for at end of rental amp rumple sales agents for Corona Woodstock and Shipman Ward rebuilt underwoods. East Side Square a a phone 111for Saloh Shingle at $1,25 per Load delivered phones Rainbow bus line time table Niilo Between Bloomington and Bia Stinville leaving Bloomington daily at 6 15 a. N., 11 80 2 46 i. M., and 8 16 Givi a tha Oblie a Chance to catch the 12 48 limited to Indianapolis arriving at Indianapolis at 1 66 Kit urn leaving fart Naville at 8 80 a 1 00 Or 4 00 M., and 9 46 . Rainbow bus Tyg Pho i 75 a. Blote Nir Timi. Bryan. Wide Jisuo. Ton bored. Basel if Aie Burks a Cassie in Vowie Oan Trell Mary Neal a Kirmington Gantrell John d., Blomn Langton Carter Netra e., Bloomington chamber Donald Erk Smiths Villa a Bloomington Bolser It Bloomington Chamness Ivy Leone Chitwood Beatrice el8�oe.Bloomington Cline Mabel Jane. By Emington Curts. Mio Lee Bloomington Dalton Row min Virginia Bloomington Darling B., Bloomington Davidson Ada m., Bloomington Dekard. Ethel Helen Smithville Deckard pern Ann Bloomington Deckard Gladys Clear Creek Deckard Dodds Mary Elizabeth Bloomington Deckard Dodds Newell William Bloomington Newell William Bloomington Dodds Peggy a Folk Blomn Langton Dunn Vania to los Stinesville Eagle Sci Wilson Vashon Bloomington Earhart William a. Bloomington Easton Harriet Elizabeth Ellettsville Eigen Man Thora Farie Bloomi Norton Eller Lou Elva. Bloomington Eller Thora Elizabeth. Bloomington Emi it son Ethel Lola Blooming ton Esarey Ralph e., Bloomington Esarey Rosalie. By Monington Etter Lois Reba mrs Bio Minton Farr. Cecil w., Bloomington Farr Martha Bloomington fee Katheryn Irene Bloomington Findley. Carrie Hoffman mrs Bloomington Findley. Oscar. Bloomington Fleener. Harriet Mary a Emmington Flint Carrie Greenlaw mrs Bloomington Fox. Amy Daisy. Harrodsburg Frantz. Elizabeth e., Bloomington Frantz Mildred. Bloomington Gardner or son r., Bloomington Gardner. Olive Irene Eldwren Gehres. 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Bloomington Larkin Edith May Bloomington Leas. Eleanor Morris Bloomington Lee John Afong Bloomington Littell. Lloyd w., Harrodsburg i Ike Bill Lewie Arthur. Bloomington it i so Emily i continued on Page three learn to plat Tennis lessons a silly Ongos Bonsai. Cui . House for information or a int ments. Leave name or number if Morgan is not there.h. Kyser electric show shop Imit College ave. Expert shoe repairing ii iiiikniib$3.50buys a 2a Eastma Brownie camera. The most popular size2/2x44 pictures Wiles drug store Kodak finishing service Good photograph Speaks a language All its own. Its Charm is lasting. A source of i spin Tion for Al an appointment Charles Gilbert Shaw keep coolie 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 will always meet some of your friends Here. 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