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Bloomington Indiana Weekly Student (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Bloomington, Indiana Vol. H no. 17.bl00min6t0n� Indiana. Monday May 3, 1920.cmk school must have completed two full tears in College of Liberal special students Geta High position or. Russel a. Brown 12,� near top in advertising Are coming three Degreico will be Given to candidates completing prescribed work a combination courses offered. Or. Russell a. Brown who graduated from Indiana University in 1912 with an . Degree and who for the last four years has been advertising manager of the retail store of Marshall Field and co., has resigned to become merchandising manager of the Federal advertising Agency inc., new York. Although or. Brown is still one of the younger members in the advertising business he is the originator of ideas in advertising and advertising Art that have attracted nation wide attention. A v his new position is with one of the largest concerns in the advertising Field and will afford him an even greater Opportunity for the excise of his Genius. Material for the bulletin of the school of Commerce and finance is now in the hands of the University publications office and the bulletin will be issued in a few Days. A student must present credentials which satisfy the requirements for admission to the College of Liberal arts of Indiana University and must in addition have completed two full years in the College of Liberal arts or in some other school of equal rank in order to enter the school of com a Pena number will feature the Cen Imo or. David e. Beem Spencer ind. 1861 i John d. Alexander Springfield Jedi Ana. John Stuart Roberts 450 Saint James place Chicago Illinois. 1867 judge Vinson Carter 1034 n. Penn. St., Indianapolis Indiana. 1869 John h. Bothwell Sedalia Missouri. 1872 Robert a. Ogg Greencastle ind. Elisha a. Hamilton 970 South let Street Louisville Kentucky 1875 w. C. Duncan Columbus Indiana. Winifred or Hunter Jasper ind. 1879 mrs. Minnie coffin Wallingford Cor. Meridan and Vermont sts., Indianapolis Indiana. 1880 Allan b. Philputt 1330 North new Jersey Indianapolis Indiana.1884 John ill. Coulter uni varsity of Chi Cago Chicago a. Burnet 1864 n. Pennsylva Vania Stree it Indianapolis Indiana. 1886 or. James m. Philputt Eureka ill 1891 mrs. John Wheeler Grace Rawles the Kenilworth 34th and Meridian st., Indianapolis Indiana. Quot a educational issues third number of teachers journal off prom. The third number of educational issues which is just off the press contains articles and editorials by Charles b. Stillman president of the american federation of teachers Lotus d. Coffman Dean of the school of Educa Tion it the University of Minnesota one Linnaeus n. Hines state superintend-1 puts Here my 4 famous musical organization win give concert in men s gymnasium tuesday. Of four largest Mark Shrum Lynn Massachusetts ent of Public instruction for Indiana department of University has 18q2 Henry n. Sherwood Dean of Franklin Charles am Moweaqua Illinois. 1 Robert e. Cavanaugh who has a charge of the Indiana ohs Center of a a a it i. R. Or a Tho Extension division and Alfred m. Albert h. Yoder grand Forks . I pts vice president of the citizen s 1894 charge of concert fifty musicians compose orchestra. My for Hoose Tennial and will contain work of students faculty and Burton b. Berry Fowler ind. Or. M p. Helm 404 Newton Clay Pool bldg., Indianapolis Indiana. 1896k. W. Brewer Bridgeport Indiana. 1896o. M. Pittenger Indiana state school for deaf Indianapolis Indiana. The russian symphony orchestra i one of the most famous musical Organ Gas Coni Pany of Indianapolis. Educational issues it a Liberal. A a. Journal devoted to tie interests teachers and is published every month concert in the men s gymnasium on by Loui-5 to Wudl i ainu Aioli from the University in 10, in which i year re a As editor us the i ii my. Merce and. Finance. Special students admitted provision has been made for admin j Sion of special students those who a have not had two years of College the writers club will accept a work to this school upon the Condi tides for the May Issue of the Hoos tons prescribed in the bulletin of the Ier up to monday May 10. Any Stu College of Liberal arts. Only mature Dent who wishes to contribute to this students who have had business sex Centennial number of the Hoosier Prience will be admitted As special i should submit his copy As soon As students. Possible. The contents of the May the school of Commerce and Fin-1 number have been outlined and will Ance will Grant three degress. Cand contain mostly Centennial material dates for the degree of Bachelor of much of which has been written by arts with economics As a major must alumni. The Magayne will cant air. Satisfy All the requirements prescribe go pm Jugg covered for that degree in the co Lepre of Frej Jan i a a v ii probably be made Liberal arts. The Dej ree Bachelor of a permanent Hoo Ier Cov A science in Commerce and finance meeting of the club monday will be granted upon the completion of ,., Verc accepted a okie of the courses outlined in the Bui-1 i. Any Verj Willen Letin. Requirements of 124 credit j Quot hours and not less than 120 i edit i Points for a graduation Are the same As i in the Collie of Liberal arts. The degree master of science in Commerce and finance will be per Ait de to students who pursue graduate work for one year under the direction of the faculty of that courses a the courses outlined in the bulletin a j .10 Ltd n it i a a Quot a state wide mental Survey of High i Are for the most part new combination 1 of courses iii Ven now in the College of . The required work of i the first two years is the same As i now required of All first and second w. F. Book a poke at an Vear students. In addition to a Gen Nieting of Phi Delta Kappa the eral business course there Are courses educational fraternity Fri in accounting banking and employ-1 evening at 7 30 in 33. The ment management and welfare were p,.ofessor Book s lecture and a course for commercial teachers state wide mental Survey _ of High school professor Book has been making a Tourner Hobbs wedding educational psychology of i 6188 seniors in 320 commissioned High Chester Tourner son of or. And mrs. I Guj Tooig of state representing f. F. Tourner South College Avenue by Gay county. The principal topics and Ethel Smith Hobbes laughter of hich he talked were the Intelli or. And mrs. Joseph Smith univer go seniors going to College deity courts were married monday at j Intelli Fence of seniors belonging to i 2 30 at the Smith Home. Mrs. Tourne different occupational groups the in is a member of the Kappa Kappa Yjih cd of Gep Jorg coming from Dif Gamma Sori Ity at Indiana univer sity Gjent communities and schools and and a member of the Bloomington Tri 1 geographical distribution of the i my school seniors Quot subject of lecture Friday Calendar for commencement wee sunday May 307 30 address by Rev. Allen b. Philputt 80, Indianapolis on the , May 81, All University Day. 8 30 raising ceremony on the Campus. 00 and circus plans in charge of the boosters club 10 30 of the alumni Council faculty club rooms. 1 30 Day exercises. Of the Campus. 7 00 concert and Community singing on Jordan Field. 8 00 . Informal reception with dancing for students alumni and , Juie 1, alumni Bay 9 00 of alumni trustee in the Assembly Hall. 9 30 conference and business session of the alumni association in the Assembly Hall. 2 00 .�?baseball, Indiana is. Not e Dame Jordan Field. 4 00 to 6 00 .�?the pageant of Indiana University on the Campus. 7 00 concert and Community singing on Jordan Field. Roo .�?reception to the seniors alumni and friends by president and mrs. Bryan the members of the faculty and wives of members of the faculty. On the Campus or in the student building. Wednesday june 2, class Day. 12 00 luncheons on the Campus. 4 00 to 6 00 .�?pageant of Indiana University on the Campus 6 30 .�?ajumni dinner on the Campus. 8 00 . Informal reception with fencing for students alumni and guests. Thursday june 3, reunion Day. 1 30 .�?parade of the alumni the band and r.o.t.g., on Jordan Field. 2 00 .�?baseball, Indiana is. Purdue on Jordan Field. 4 00 to 6 00 .�?tlie pageant of Indiana University on the Campus. 7 00 concert and comr Unity singing on Jordan Field. / 8 00 . Informal reception with dancing for students alumni and guests. Friday june 4, commencement Day. 10.00 exercises of the class of 1920. Address by . Leonard a. Wood and by the former presidents of Indiana University David Starr Jordan John Merle Coulter and Joseph Swain. Conferring of degrees by president William Lowe Bryan on the Campus. Except july and August. Or. John j. 1 the evening of tuesday May 4, under Pettijohn is one of the four editors and the auspices of the music department miss Mary Orvis is Secretary. The Cir j University curation of the Magazine is increasing rapidly and the prospects for its Success aft Good. Enters legislative race this orchestra one of the four largest in the United states is composed of fifty musicians and will be assisted by Ralph Silbermann a noted violinist who will do the Solo work. The russian symphony is the opening number at the Ona b. Talbot May festival in Indianapolis on monday and the music department was enabled to Book this exceptionally Fine attract or. Paui l. Haworth rep Bucan Cand i Tion for this reason the orchestra Date for House of represent appeared at the University three i ago on the Union series. At that time Tive from West Newton. Rendered a concert which music Lov i ers pronounced the Best orchestra or. Paul l. Haworth historian and j number Ever Given Here. Quot explorer has consented to become a conductor plays violin candidate for Republican nomination modest Alschuler violin soloist and for the House of representatives in composer is the conductor of the or the state legislature. His Home is Chestra. He has been in this position at West Newton in Marion county. During the fourteen years of the or or Haworth is a graduate of ind i Chestra s existence and from an in Jiana University and received his . Known body of players he has raised it from Columbia University. He is the to an organization which ranks with i author of a number of books among the Foremost orchestras in the country j which Are Quot George Washington or. Alschuler was born at Mohilef Farmer Quot Quot America in ferment Quot Quot the Russia where his father the Leader i United state in our own time 1865 of a Small orchestra was also i ound-11920&Quot, which will shortly be published or of the first local theatre. At the age i by Charles Scribner s sons new York. Of eleven modest was a accepted As i professor Haworth was a member a Pupil by Goblet at the conserva of the faculty of Indiana University tory of Warsaw and at thirteen made i where he was popular in faculty and his first appearance As soloist with the student circles. Conservatory orchestra after his j graduation which was accomplished with honors the Young Man went to Moscow where he won a scholarship at the Imperial conservatory which a cd Vilov do Pili 0 1 under the direction of a film Duoi i Ulolo of Quot a became conductor of the new York philharmonic or Chestra. Former student Dies y. W. And Parent teachers Assoc a i tons organize ten classes in City schools. I William Chester Wheeler who Grad i rated from Indiana University Law a a the sewing ceases have been Stab go a recently at his listed in three Grade school buildings Shelbyville Indiana. He was of the City under the auspices of the a pm my University y. W. C. A. And the Parent Kappa. Or. Tourner is a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and attended the University three years. The wedding took place at the Smith Home which was beautifully decorated with Spring Flowers. Only the relatives were present to witness the double ring ceremony. The reverend c. H. Taylor officiated the Bride was become ugly attired in a travelling dress of Midnight Blue silk and Trivolette with a hat to match. Immediately after the ceremony or. And mrs. Tourner left for West Baden where they will be for some time. Seniors possessing the most Superior Grade of intelligence. These sections Are taken from an extensive study which he made and which was presented at the educational conference. A 1881 a 1898 Robert a. Woods Princeton ind. Eller e. Pryor Danville Indiana. John t. Thompson suite 2103-501- 1899 fifth Avenue new York City. Miss Laurel c. Thayer City courts Daniel g. Dubios Roberts Illinois. Indianapolis Indiana. 1882 1900 a a a. A a a a or. Jacob g. Collicott state House r.?� Street Eldorado Illnois a 188.3 enters political Field Wiley j. Huddle 1745 mrs. David a. Curry Jennie e. I bldg., Chicago Illinois. 1902 Conway red Book editor wanted poster Camp Curry Cal. Or Clarence l. Goodwin Holly inn Secretary Uphaus will receive applications until May 10. Applications for editor and business manager of the red Book for net year must be in the hands of Secretary Uphaus of the y.m.c.a., not later than May 10. The list of applicants will be Given to the advisory committee the chairman of which is bursar u. Rex m. Potterf who graduated Smith for the final Choice. J from Indiana in 1918, has announced it is important that the Choice be himself As a candidate for the demo made As Early As possible in order j cratic nomination for state Supei in-1 that the business manager May begin i pendent of Public instruction. Before i his work for the next publication. The coming to Indiana , he Grad red Book will be larger next year and Pinehurst . Or. We. Snyder 26 sche Mushoum st., Brooklyn n. Y. Joseph Swain Swarthmore College Swarthmore Pennsylvania. Walter h. Crim Salem Indiana. Sherman c. Rickard Pekin Indiana. Or. J. C. Sell Kentland Indiana. 1903 miss Vida Newsom Polumbus. Ind. Continued on Page two teachers association of Bloomington. Approximately 120 girls Between the Ages of 8 to 12 have been enrolled in these classes. The Parent teachers association Fux wishes the necessary funds which amount to about Twenty cents per child while the y. W. C. A. Supplies boxes or bags in which to keep the sewing materials. Thimbles and Needles Are brought by the girls in the classes and much interest has been created among the Young seamstresses the first principles of sewing Are being Given in the beginning lessons. Classes meet every Friday afternoon from 3 30 to 4 30. Club elects officers about thirty years old and for several years had been a successful attorney. He was married to miss Stella Alexander june 28, 1919. Or. Wheeler was a candidate for prosecuting attorney on the Republican ticket in the election of 1918 his health had been failing for several you psychologists chose Georg Huizen president. Dyke enters race for representative Ira Davis of Madison county who is a resident of Anderson a former student of Indiana has entered the race for the democratic nomination for joint representative from Madison and Tipton counties. He was in the aviation service in the u. S. Army during the War having served for eighteen months he spent ten months overseas and was in engagements at the Somme Argonne st. Mihiel and Verdun. Rated from the Spiceland Academy. Or. Potterf has been superintendent will contain Many new features. An Effort will be made to give a copy to of the schools at Warren. Indiana 1 each of the alumni supporters of the since 1918 y.m.c.a., As Well As the student body. The alumni Secretary Indiana University. List me As a member of the class of who will be on hand for the Centennial Celebration and commencement May 30 to june 4. Let me know through the weekly student of the other grads who Are planning to be club meets four new members Kathleen mor an Ruth Laier Wanda Kern and Ralph Cooney were initiated into the English club at the regular Nieting thursday evening at 7 30 at the Home of Dean c. M. Hepburn on Foi est place. The program for this month was year. Quot Quot i a round table discussion of Quot circuit or. W. B. Elkin will give his annual j riders of Indiana and their effect on psychology club banquet May 11, the Early writings of the the which will be held this year in the discussion was led by Gertrude West Parlours. A week later the club Clendenen. During the business meet will come together for the last time i ing plans for the remainder of the this year at a dinner at the University year were made and new members cafeteria. Voted upon. George Dykhuizen was elected president of the psychology club at the meeting held for the election of officers wednesday afternoon. Garland Ashcraft was elected vice president and Iva Shively Secretary. There will be two More meetings of the club this iii iii

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