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25 Jun 1921

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Bloomington Indiana Weekly Student (Newspaper) - June 25, 1921, Bloomington, Indiana The Indiana weekly student pull shed event saturday at indians Gnu Venity during the school year by the alumni 01 f ice. Entered As second Elisa matter at the Post office at Bloomington ind. To the alumni and former students who Difiore to become members of the alumni association the weekly student will lie sent in addition to the alumni quarterly in pay ment of $2.60 for membership in the alumni association. Editor and publisher Frank h. Levoix Burnees and advertising manager w. L. Rbkvs3 a successful year. The closing school year has been remarkable for its activities. They Quot have been As numerous and expansive As those of any other year in the history of the school. Many new projects have been launched. A student Magazine has its initial appearance special organizations have been formed novel and original types of entertainment have been Given. For the most part our athletic teams also have been More than usually successful. In retrospect the past year seems to have been essentially one of change Progress and advancement. Such development is certainly indicative of a healthful condition. The school has not been standing still. If the same amount of Energy continue to be exerted in the future the successful growth of the University is assured. This is the first edition of the weekly for several weeks. Because the daily student was late in getting started for the summer we were late in Getina our material. By next fall we Hope to have things ii shape far a new publication for the alumni. The weekly has filled a need to it i not As stylish As it should be. The size and general make up of the Nev Quot Magazine has not been settled l a it is planned to make it a real attic Active publication. Benjamiii1. Burris by simmer school at other univ re cities the first National collegiate track meet was held in chief go on june 20, where athletes of sixty three colleges from Maine to California including the important members of the Western Eastern Southern and Northwestern inter collegiate conferences and the mis Souri Valley Ohio and Indiana conferences took part. Fifteen men rep Quot sent Ohio state University at the annual Lake Geneva student conference held from june 17-27. Delegates Are also present from colleges i Indiana. Illinois Iowa Minnesota Mich Gan North Dakota and South Dakota. T. Inagaki 13, who is now in America buying electrical Machiner r for Japan reports that japanese technical graduates of Ohio state University receive higher positions than graduates front. Any american sch i. Nine new courses Are offered in the Ohio state University for the coming year n the colleges of Agri culture and homeopathic Medicine the Ohio state senior women in the Home economics department occupy a Flat which is said to be ideally furnished and operated. Each girl takes her turn in being hostess housekeeper Cook assistant Cook waitress and maid. This counts As Laboratory work and gives three hours credit. Pekin University has closed the school of technology until september in order that the students and faculty May devote their time to the work of distributing food to the famine districts of China Fred Walker Fonner University of Chicago athlete assumed his duties this week As athletic director of Depauw University. Camp which is offering fifteen Dan of fun and recreation from july 7 to september 15 at fort Sheridan 111., on Lake Michigan. The first Honor system in the uni. Varsity of Wisconsin has been officially organized in the medical Scho d. Action was taken by members of the Junior class of the school to adopt the system according to the poll taken by a special committee of the Junior class. Each student who enters the medical school will be required to sign a Public declaration stating that since a physician must be trustworthy in his profession the same Idease must be held to while studying at the University. The athletic Council of the University of Wisconsin awarded the varsity Quot a Quot to forty one men. Class numerals and College insignia were also awarded to the winners of inter class and inter College events. Or. W. A. Evans Public health expert and writer of health topics on the Chicago daily Tribune will have the degree of . Conferred upon him by the University of Mississippi. Eight Hundred and thirty one degrees were conferred Quot wednesday june 15, at the commencement exercises of the Northwestern University. Honorary degrees were granted to mme. Marie Curie discoverer of Radium Irving Lar Gmur research chemist at Schenectady n. Y., and Chas. H. Mayo Rochester minn., co founder of the Mayo clinic. Picnickers and hikers cascades Cavis w�od8 and streams entice Ltd any students away from books Iowa state University has just received four air plane motors from the War department for instruction in automotive Quot aeronautics. Do you like to hike the Hills the Stone quarri<$8, the caves the streams the Wetter works and the Ponds about Bloomington Are calling you if you do. The cascades located about two and one half Miles North of town on the Martinsville Road is one of fhe Best places for a Short stroll. Fee s Woods another near to town place is found by crossing the Golf links following fee s Lane to the cemetery and crossing the Woods by it. Truitt s Cave known to All older students has almost lost its identity by being swallowed up in the new name . Park and Cave Quot but it is the same Piibe with drinks and ice Cream added to its natural charms. Truitt s Cave is located Southwest of Bloomington and is reached by the Whitehall Pike. If the All Day hiker prefers to ramble Over the Hills of Brown county he May reach them by keeping to the third Street Pike. Arbutus the Flower of Indiana University in not in Bloom now but no one attending the University should leave Bloomington until he has visited Arbutus Hill five Miles East of town on the third Street Pike. If you Are anxious to enlarge the list of towns you have visited turn your Steps towards Ellettsville seven Miles Northwest of town Clear Creek five Miles South or Union Ville eight Miles Northeast of the Campus. Leonard a Mill Weimer s Lake the University waterworks and various Stone quarries Are. Also within a comparatively Short walk of the Campus. Will it Tom to Ible of Lifton to a Epta a. Ber and be itt Lime in Denoe of Ink Ofeira Piyne on a Iii Fesa Street after school opt no. the Nul Cria olt miss Vona was. Math Dau Ter of or. And mrs. E., m. Was Mutli of Huntington to Wili Iani f. Schacht of Hunt Norton took place thursday inc 9, at the Fin to in by Etlan Church in he ton mils was nth attended Insana University in 1919 and 1920. She is a member of the Kappa Alpha the Sta sorority. Or. Schacht was in school it Indiana uni. Varsity in 1917. He is a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. University people attending the wedding were the misses Mary Louise Bliss Winifred Smith Harriett Wear Ley Helehe Fischer Katherine Wyatt Dorothy Sparks Blanche White Fannie Heller Julla Fennell Helen rust Pearl Lowry messes. Lloyd Ruit gust Wasmuth and Robert Kidd. Moore Benner Robert g. Moore of Vincennes a student in the medical school and miss Gertride Benner 0, of Indian Polis were married wednesday evening june 22, at the first presbyterian Church at Bur Linig in la. Miss Benner graduated from the Liberal arts school last year and is a member or the Kappa Alpha Theta Soro Rity. Moore will Complete his course in Medicine in 24. He served two years in the army a part of which service was he is a Mem ten Campus scribes of Iowa state were Awai ded their Gold Quot a a Quot in recognition of Long service and faithful work on College Publica to a appointment of Benjamin i. = a. State superintendent Uii Lic in to fiction was announce f,.nt 11. Or. Bui Ris is now assist i it superintendent and will assume a new october 1, when l. , to. Present it i leave to accept the appoint a it no As president of the state school at Terre haute. The Grovernor directed attention to 1 a fact that Burris was appointed a cause of record As a Schoolman and that he a never been identified a politician. In philippine islands or. Burris was reared at Washington. Ind., and attended the elementary schools in Daviess county Rie was a member of the first United states cavalry in the philippine islands from 1899 to 1902. On returning from service he attended Central Normal College at Danvila and was graduated from the school with a Bachelor of arts degree. Later he studied Law at Indiana univer Quot Ity. From 190-3 to 1907 or. Burris a. Superintendent of Daviess county schools after having served As a Grade teacher High school teacher and High school principal in schools in the county. He resigned from the county superin to enter the Indiana University Law school. Practice Law after leaving the University or. Burris practice Law with Alvon Padgett at Washington and it was from that place that he went to Indianapolis a Little More than four years ago to become assistant superintendent of Public instruction under Horace Ellis state superintendent. When or. Ellis s term expired or. Hines retained Burris. A considerable amount of recent beneficial school legislation got on the statute books through the assistance of or. Burris who being an attorney As Well As a Schoolman Wais in a position to work out Many betterment in school Laws. Some 26 textbooks totalling 1-35, tons. 000 copies have been written by faculty members of the Wisconsin University Extension division during the past eight years. That 60 per cent of the men students Ai e earning at least part of their College expenses at the University of Wisconsin is the estimate by Frederick e. Wolf Secretary of the University y.m.c.a., who is in charge of the association s employment Bureau. From september to february of this year 518 pieces of Woik have Jeen Given out by or. Wolf ranging from ice cutting to blood transfusions. Forty five students of the civil engineering department of the Ohio state University have left for West Virginia to Survey and prepare plans for the improvement of state Road in the extreme Eastern part of the state near Maryland. The University of Michigan has june and cupid play havoc on Campus three weddings in past two weeks hold attention of student body. The marriage of prof. James Ernest Moffat and miss Marion Gracy Janes took place at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. Walter Allen Moore 3524 Kenwood Avenue. Indi Anapolis saturday afternoon june 11. Some 3,000 motion picture films Are circulated among Wisconsin cities and towns by the University Extension division. Recently signed contracts with Thea a the ceremony was performed by the tres in thirteen cities in the Middle j it v i o i. Re i to a reverend Nicholas Sichterman. Only West for the 1922 Union open a which will go on the Road for fifteen Days during the Christmas vacation. After playing in Ann Arbor the see the immediate families of the couple and a few friends were present. Mrs. Moffat received her a. B. De Ond week in december the cast will Gree from Indiana University in 1915. Be taken by a special train to the she is a member of Kappa Kappa various places. The players Are Gamma and Phi Beta Kappa. After scheduled to appear at the Shubert graduating she was for two years in memory of Lieut. John Len drum Mitchell of the class of 1917 of the University of Wisconsin who was killed in action while piloting an american air plane in France on May 28, 1918, William Merrill Chester of Milwaukee has just founded Quot the John Lendrum Mitchell memorial medal Quot for University of Wisconsin students. The foundation will provide for a Gold medal to be awarded annually As a prize to the member of the senior class of the University who shall write the Best essay on Industrial relations. The enrolment in the summer school of the University of Oklahoma has passed the 1,600 Mark. In the graduate school there is an enrolment of 131 As compared with 52 during the 1920 Suluner session. Murat in Indianapolis on tuesday december 20. The University of Wisconsin has a school of Commerce with an enrolment of 1242 students which is larger than the average endowed College. In response to invitations from several european governments the glee club of Harvard University will leave soon or an extended tour upon the continent. The glee club of Leland Stanford University will make a similar trip to Hawaii this summer. Ohio Weslyan states that its glee club will make a trip thru the canal zone this summer. To Ivy a Redit but a a i Tel Kwo in do it elite by Petit. More than 2,000 stud onto received a Timtai of approx it hours for we a a i a lass Iii maintain her the Indiana Iti Extension Jivis a Toms and ies Oyer the i it us i Jung the past school a. Sevy i eight instructors from India ii University and other colleges and unit yet Sites in Indiana and neighbouring states had charge of the class. About 800 students were enrolled in Indianapolis classes. Fifty eight different courses were Given by 30 instructors 16 of Whon Canie from Indiana Uit varsity. Among the 800 enrolled 160 were school a Michera. Glasses were maintained also under the auspices of the credit men s association and the Indiana chapter of. The a my air can ins tute of Bankers. A news letter containing some of the above information and a ques Tiona Irre asking for suggestions for Ber of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity ithe improvement of Extension. Work following the marriage ceremony they will spend the summer in North pm Michigan returning to Indian Apo. Lis in the fall where or. Moore will Complete his medical next year were recently sent out Quot by the Extension division to students of Extension classes Over the state. The largest graduating class in the history of the University of Oklahoma received their degrees at the commencement exercises june 7th. This is a gain of 24,9 per cent Over the 1920 figures. More than one Hundred men under the Federal Board training in the University of Wisconsin Are planning to attend the vacation Nathan e. Pearson 21, the representative of Indiana and Michigan universities on the Mulford expedition has recently arrived in Panama. He is on his Way to la Paz where he will collect fishes and Bat kachians. From Here he will go Down the Beni River to Manas. He is expected to return in about a year. The Sean ten s strike at new Orleans delayed the sailing of or. Pearson for several Days. There have been seven women in the Law school of Iowa University during the past year. The growing number of women students resulted in the recent installation of a chapter of the Kappa Beta i National Legal sorority in the University. . Secretary at the University. Since that time she has been Secretary of the National Board of the y. W. C. A. At Minneapolis. Prof. Moffat who has been connected with the economics department at Indiana University since it the fall of 1916, is a graduate of master University Toronto. He is a member of the Sigma no fraternity. The couple will be at Home at 514 s. Fess Avenue after july 7. the marriage of miss Clara Mcmil Len 21, to or. Alfred c. Kinsey assistant professor of zoology was solemnized at the Home of the Bride s grandmother in Brookville on june 3. Mrs. Kinsey received her a. B. Degree with High distinction from Indiana University this june. She is Al member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma i honorary fraternities. Or. Kinsey is a graduate of Bowdoin College and holds his pm. D. Degree from Harvard. He is a member of Zeta Psi Sigma i and Phi Beta Kappa. Or. And mrs. Kinsey Are now taking an extended wedding trip thru the East. They will spend some time in Cincinnati Cleveland and new Jersey. They will visit Niagara Falls and from new York they ill go to the Maine coast by boat. After a two weeks hiking trip in the White mountains they will spend the summer in Vermont where or. Kinsey will have Dirge of one of the Aloha Camps for boys. At the end of the summer they expect to spend two weeks camping in the berkshires. They will take a trip alumni professional directory a ref Eunce list of Indian ans arranged according to locality Alomi of a pro Eulona Are invited and Roqu Eatch to place Thair Liam a and and the annual fatal payable in Advance to be run in to Ltd the drama in this directory. Weekly student and alumni quarterly Are-$3.m for card Only or for Carde alumni dues and Auba Triphon to both the weekly student and a utterly. Thia Roiter contains Only names of graduates in gated in professional work. You Wil find Here cards of Able and competent men and Omen. Alumni Are invited to Consu it this list w. J. Huddle amp co. Wylie j. Huddle. 01 consulting engr queers Conway Chicago analytical surveys for Public utilities. Industrial corporations and municipalities. Appraisals rate matters Cost accounting Claycombe Givan amp stump Lloyd d. Claycombe. 14, Albert stump 12 Clinton h. Givan 12 attorneys at Law 541-544 Lemcke Annex Indianapolis ind. W. Mendenhall 07 Eye ear nose Throat �?�515 n. Rural Street Quot Indianapolis hours 2 to s . Phones r Webster 1594-1848 Charles William Hartloff 92 physician office 315 Cleveland life bldg. Evansville ind. Phone 211 Camden r. Mcatee 06 attorney at Law 527-9 Woodward building _ Washington . Albert c. Hirshfield 08 physician and surgeon american National Bank building Oklahoma City Knox White 15 attorney at Law 1004-7 West end Trust building Philadelphia amp Bol Lenbo Oher architects 108 South la Salle Street Chicago Elmo Cameroini Lowe. J. Carlisle Bollenbacker 06 or. M. G. Erehart Eye bar nose Throat 14 w. Market st., Huntington ind. Right if we write it direct mail advertise a offers a service which strikes straight Home in a Field of selected buyers. A letter will bring a specialised Selling plan for your needs. Indiana Pous we. R. Stuart 19. H. B. Gray. 20 627-28 Indiana pythian bids. A i. A John c. Irwin . 08,m.d., 10 physician and surgeon 523 investment building Broadway at eighth los Angeles California Herbert v. Barbour 99 attorney Douglas Eamon Barbour amp Rogers 1101-08 a Ord bldg. Detroit. Mich George w. R. Hughes 14 at Tomey at Law 59 Wall Street new York. J. Swift Teal sex 05 representative la Salle Street Branch new York life insurance company 89 South la Saue it Floreet Chi Easo Paul h. Schmidt 12 at Tomey at Law Quot general practice in a United states had state courts including admiralty bankruptcy and probate Hatten. Old state National Bank bldg. Evansville Sodiana. A

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