Bloomington Indiana Weekly Student in Bloomington, Indiana
17 May 1920

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17 May 1920

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Bloomington Indiana Weekly Student (Newspaper) - May 17, 1920, Bloomington, Indiana The Indiana weekly Stop but published a vary to nifty morning from january to june of the Centennial year 1920 at Indiana univer a Ity from the University printing Plant. Subscription Price $1.00 entered As second class matter february 2, 1920, at the Post office at Bloomington Indiana under the act of August 24,1912. W. L. manager phones 1222 and 1696 published under the direction of professor j. W. Piercy head of the department of journalism and Humphrey m. Barbour alumni Secretary. As the end of the the Centennial pageant year approaches and the final week of festivities and Celebration grows nearer the students and faculty Are beginning to show More and More interest in the pageant. Every afternoon groups can be seen rehearsing their various parts on the natural stage behind the student building. The hundreds of costumes Are being arranged and the final decorations planned. Why should we have a pageant this is what Many students and especially those who have never seen such a thing Are asking. It is difficult to give a practical answer to such a question. Art and Beauty usually justify themselves and aside from its artistic merits the pageant or any Page to has other reasons for being. It unites a Community in a single Effort. It knits together organizations and groups who normally have no common interests. But this pageant our pageant has a distinct and definite purpose. It is a Symbol a Beautiful Symbol of our growth and Prosperity a Symbol of the trials and tribulations the difficulties and hardships which have beset the path of our Progress for the last Hundred years. Like a splendidly illustrated volume of history it Calls up and emphasizes the interesting events and circumstances which have clustered about the history and growth of Indiana University. The pageant is very much Worth while and if it succeeds and it will succeed it will be remembered and recalled for years to come by the thousands who witness it. A the Indiana daily student. The announcement that the time for golfers fourth annual Spring Golf tournament will open next monday on the University Golf course will be Good news to Many people Here in the University Golf is a sport which Many like because it does not require so much exertion As some of the More brawn and muscle Type or sports. As an incentive to the match a handsome Loving Cut has been offered to the Winner. While no doubt Man it students and members of the faculty would enter the meet without the offer of a prize the Loving cup is a Means of adding interest to the Competition. The Golf course has already been crowded by enthusiastic golfers in preparation for the meet. Since the coming of Spring weather the links have rivalled the Tennis courts As an attraction. The match is open to All students and members of the faculty who possess Golf cards. Any person who wishes to enter the meet May do so by merely signing his name to the Sheet which has been posted on the Golf links. Registration May also be made by calling either coach e. O. Stiehm or Vernon Bell. All the entries must be in by 6 o clock saturday evening and the drawings will be made before the match opens on monday. Interest in Golf has increased steadily Here in the University. Apparently there is More interest in the sport this year than at any previous time and the tournament Board is very anxious to secure As Many entries As is possible. A the Indiana daily student. They displayed respect for the University which they were playing. When the band struck up Quot our Indiana our Indiana Quot and the student body arose with bared Heads to sing the Iowa players who were on the Diamond removed their Caps during the singing. The Iowa coach and players who were on the Bench also Rose and removed their action of the Iowa players typifies the spirit of intercollegiate athletics. It is one of Friendly participation Between men of College standing. There is nothing of antagonism Between Winner and loser. Iowa players in their two Day s stay Here represented that spirit. In their respect to the Indiana song they showed a Courtesy for the team and the student body of Indiana University. Athletic teams while on the Road playing represent their University. A team can Sully a University s Good name or it can reinforce it. But of Iowa University we have every respect because of the great University which she is and also because of the respect which we have for her baseball players. We arb coming a Alt to of Contin Imd from Page of one of the few Fine prepare for inspection things at Indiana University that have grown out of the influence of the War has been the splendid growth and development of the r. 0. T. C. Next monday and tuesday this development will find its culmination and its test in an inspection by the officers of the general staff of the United states army. If this inspection proves satisfactory the a o. T. C. Unit Here will be granted one of the highest honors possible for it to receive. It will be placed in the class of fifteen military units selected from All the organizations throughout the country and known As the distinguished College class the unit has already been placed among the first Twenty five organizations of the country. The Success of the coming inspection lies in the efforts and the abilities of the r. 0. T. C. Units and the student body whom they represent. On afternoon All classes will be in order that the students May witness the final Parade on Jordan Field and give their support to the various units. Much depend. Upon the r. O. T. C. Itself. Each Man owes an obligation to the school and to every other by camber of the organization to give his Best abilities and Best efforts to the Insi Section. The will be expected to do its part and if it performs As Well As the recent band concert gave evidence of its Able to do there can be no fault found. Perhaps no single Factor been so great an influence in the development of the r. 0. T. C. Here As have the untiring efforts and enthusiasm of Captain o Brien. The coming inspection will be a vindication and a justification for the hours of Effort and labor he has Given to his Here and it Shoum also be on the i Ai l of the students and members of the r. 0. T an Opportunity to demonstrate their Rega j and affection for Captain o Brien. A the Indiana daily student. The second table acne r. Wau to those who quit uate. Many stories have been circulated Here within the confines of our Campus As to the meaning of the harassed and worried looks that for the past few weeks have adorned the physiognomy is of the seniors. It is no secret to us As we understand perfectly that most of them the worried ones anyway Are just a trifle bit afraid that the cold cruel world is going to be somewhat of an icy proposition when it comes to the Point of prying a Job Loose from it. With this exception we Are enabled to go ahead and maintain that jobs Are the simplest things in the world if one Only uses a bit of discretion before attempting to land one. Since 1915 we have helped struggling College students to the Best interests in life and we refuse at this time to let the seniors sink away without at least throwing them a Rock to keep afloat on. So we will give our suggestions for jobs arranged by pay and salaries. The Dollar a Day Job. This is the former goal of the working Man but is now almost As extinct As the Job which passes in sixty thousand Sim leons every month. When a Man offers to work for a Dollar a Day now one carefully looks him of to to see whether he has an off or not and then rushes in to Call up the Central Hospital for escaped patients. Our advice to seniors would be to neglect this Type for the present. If prices go Down most of them will come to it sooner or later. Inventive jobs Here is an Opportunity to make lots of Money and make it Quick. Suggested by abnormal we believe that any enterprising senior who would be Able to devise a scheme for extracting the Coal from Coa Loil would be independently Rich especially in the Winter. Or Clarence l. Goodvin Holly inn Pinehurst . Or. We. Snyder 26 scheme whom st., Brooklyn n. Y. Joseph Swain Swarthmore College Swarthmore Pennsylvania. 1884 John m. Coulter University of Chicago Chicago Illinois. Harry b. Burnet 1864 n. Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis Indiana. 1886 or. James m. Philputt Eureka 111. Francis e. Bowser Warsaw ind. -.1886 Wallace b. Campbell Anderson ind 1890 mrs. F. E. Regina Bitner Bowser Warsaw Indiana. 1891 mrs. John Wheeler Grace Rawles the Kenilworth 34th and Meridian st., Indianapolis Indiana. Mark Shrum Lynn Massachusetts. 1892 Charles Ahi Moweaqua Luindia. 1893 Albert h. Yoder grand Forks . 1894 judge Burton b. Berry Fowler ind. Or. M p. Helm 404 Newton Clay Pool bldg., Indianapolis Indiana. Ave., Chicago Illinois. Gay Edna Calvert 218 w. Washington Street Sullivan Indiana. 1908 Genevieve Brown Winamac Indiana. Us Mcmurtrie state House Indianapolis Indiana. Or e. A. Porter tartar Iuey ind. Fled m. Martz Arcadia Indiana. Cecil o. Gamble Wabash Indiana. 1909 Clarence m. Branson Aberdeen s. Dakota. David Starr Jordan Stanford University California. A. E. Dawes 300 Stewart bldg., Houston Texas. 1910 Thurman Van metre Columbia University new York City. Or. F. E. Raschig Indianapolis ind. Mrs. Fanny Larmore Gamble Wabash Indiana. Leia Tood Boyd Lowell t. Boyd 1201 w. Mulberry Street Kokomo Indiana. Anna Mcconnell Huston 239 s Audubon Road Indianapolis Indiana. 1911 miss Flora e. Drake 2230 Brookside ave., Indianapolis Indiana. Katherine Easley Toledo University Toledo Ohio. Or. Fred Anderson Bloomington Indiana. Mrs. Helen Mcfarland Cunningham 1895 k. W. Brewer Bridgeport Indiana. 1151 Kinnaird ave., it. Wayne Indi or. Elias r. Mason Bloomfield i Ana. Indiana. 1896 o. M. Pittenger Indiana state school for deaf Indianapolis Indiana. Mrs. E. A Mason Cora Locke Bloomington Indiana. Robert a. Troth Orleans Indiana. 1897 Fremont Miller Frankin Indiana. Carl e. Endicott Andrews Indiana. 1898 Eller e. Pryor Danville Indiana. 1899 mrs. Mignon White Cookson Indianapolis Indiana. Or. M. L. Jeanbl Jaiom Herrin Illinois Homer Hipskind Wabash Indiana. J. Elmer Peak 224-6 Farmers Trust bldg., South Bend Indiana. Clayton Ulrey Columbia University new York City. Cecil l. Clark Joplin Missouri. W. M. Steirnagle 111 e. Jackson Street Jonesboro Arkansas. 1912mr. F. Frey a Indiana. Jas. J. Robinson Princeton ind. Rev. A. Elliston Cole Bedford Indiana. L. H. Whitcraft Lagro Indiana. 1916 Adda Fraley Crawfordsville ind. Mary Rigg Brooklyn new York. Donald w. Thom Burgh and frs Indiana. James Harold Warner Garrett biblical Institute Evanston Illinois. Miss Ruth Herdrick Miller 833 n. 8th Avenue Phoenix Arizona. Or. Ralph j. Blank Camby Indiana. Hugh Bomhart Rochester ind. Earl e. Lines. Connersville ind. Mrs. G. C. Morris Margaret Acker Capulin Colorado. Miss Nellie Hoshaw Chalmers ind. Mrs. Katherine Tinsley Hamer or. Mark e. Hamer 2858 Central Avenue Indianapolis Indiana. Miss Willa Jean Gray new town Indiana. O. H. Inman 534 Richmond Street Winchester Indiana. Ruth Kroft 312 n. California st., Indianapolis Indiana. Carl f. Painter Middletown ind. R. A Armstrong 401 state House Indianapolis . Fred Tnie blood Anne Overman Rex apartments Marion ind. Nellie Hoshaw Chalmers Indiana. De. C. Davis City Hospital Indianapolis Indiana. Frederic e. Dunham 704 e. Washington Street Muncie Indiana. Continued on Page three festivity week opens with baccalaureate miss Laurel c. Thayer City courts Albert stump Lemcke Annex Indi Indianapolis Indiana. Anapolis Indiana. Mrs. Carl r. Endicott Andrews Halbert p. Bybee 2009 Wichita Indiana. Austin Texas. A Sqq mrs. Ruth Woolery Bybee. , state House a. George e. Gill 541, Lemcke Indianapolis Indiana. Annex Indianapolis in h. P. White Pawhuska Oklahoma. Is. Onn Tugman Eupha Foley mrs. Henry f. Fulling Nellie i. J j532 Michigan Avenue Salt Lake City Perigo Boonville Indiana. Concluded from Page one get a janitor. Another Money making Chance Job in one of the several mints other than last saturday tiie respect for the song members of the Iowa University baseball team proved themselves real sportsmen. Besides playing a clean game of baseball and winning on their Merit $5,200 a year at first glance this looks like a stupendous sum but we maintain that we have a very simple scheme for making it the first year out of College. It All depends on the senior. All he has to do is get a Job paying one Hundred dollars a week and at the end of the year find that he has been paid $5,200. To increase this Job to one paying $10,400 get a Job s paying two Hundred a week. A comfortable Job we must admit this is the Type of position most of the seniors Are looking for. We believe that this could be easily arranged by an enterprising Young Man who who would offer himself to any furniture factory to test out the comfortable features of Morris chairs. This Type of situation is also in Universal demand. A Job consisting of five Days a week no work in the mornings and the afternoons off would fill the Bill. Most seniors could stand this work in so much As it would remind them so much of College that they would be homesick continually. To have a personal interest where personal interest in the management is desirous it is generally a Good plan to go in with the old Man and let him run the business giving weekly or monthly allowances for such minor things As clothes and cigarettes. One can nearly always live at Home. �?0�? the Success or failure of a College education seems to hinge on the Job at the end. �?0�? on Tennial week in accordance wit ii the request of prexy and our own desire we expect to be Here during Centennial week. We Hope to attend the pageant if the Jordan does t overflow and ruin it entirely. Speaking about Centennial we were struck with the idea that every year and every Day for that matter is the Centennial for something or other. For instance on May 19, we will celebrate the Centennial of May 19, 1820. Just at the present moment we Are at a loss to remember what happened then but it was something important. One Hundred years from now the order of . Will celebrate its Centennial and there la still be a lot of members around Indiana University. 1901 Wiley j. Huddle 1745 Conway bldg., Chicago Illinois. 1902 ,1. M. Matheny Indianapolis. Oscar Riddle Oyster Bay n. A Mary Roberts state Library Indianapolis Indiana. Walter h. Crim Salem Indiana. Utah. Mrs. Mary Wright Gill or. Thomas Andrew Gill 356 s. Upper Lexington Kentucky. Mrs. Flossie Goddard Wagoner or. W. E. Wagoner Arlington Indiana. Philip m. Graves 211 Ponce de Leon Avenue Atlanta Georgia. Mrs. Bertha Cox Steirnagle 111 e. Jackson Street Jonesboro Arkansas. Mrs. Jeanette Bartelle Mcinerey Sherman c. Rickard Pekin Indiana j goig Glenwood Avenue Toledo Ohio. Or. J. C. Sell Kentland Indiana j is. L. E Merle Storen Reeves Anderson Indiana l. E. Reeves Anderson Indiana. Emmet m. Larue Rensselaer ind. Miss Carrie Ong Columbus ind. Wilbur f. Pell Shelbyville ind. 191s mrs. Mary Easley Glenn 118 Saratoga Avenue Yonkers n. Y. Mrs. Maurine Starling Barnes 210 North Market Street. Kokomo ind. Paul h. Schmidt 705.707 old state National Bank bldg., Evan Triue ind. Mrs. Louetta Cordier Thompson 2201 East 67tb Street Chicago la. Orland Thompson Mary Bowman Doyle 6202 Cornell Avenue Chicago Illinois. Miss Genevieve Bowlus 209 w. Jefferson Street Goshen Indiana. Paul e. Fisher Indianapolis ind. Fied w. Trueblood Marion. Ind. Mrs. Besse Barlow Cole Bedford Indiana. H. H. Mourer Cheneyville Louis Ana. 1914 or. Lloyd Claycombe 542 Lemke Annex Indianapolis Indiana. 1903 miss Vida Newsom Columbus ind. I Orin Tugman,1532 Michigan ave. Salt Lake City Utah. Mrs. Jacob Collicott Lydia e. Gem Mer 32 East 32nd st., Indianapolis Indiana. 1904 or. George e. Shaw Elkhart ind. Or. Chas. S. Wiggins 933 Somerset bldg., Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Pei Melia Boyd Deputy Indiana. Albert j. Fields Bedford Indiana. Mrs. C. C. Lyons Luia a. Scott1636 Richmond Avenue Columbus o. 1905 Joseph m. Artman University of Chicago Chicago Illinois. Mrs. Mildred Bubenzer Artman,1166 East 54th place Chicago Illinois. Etelka Rockenbach new Albany i a Indiana. Mrs. Edward l. Rickard Greij Field Indiana. I 1906 i Thomas a. Cookson Indianapolis Indiana. John. J. Reinhard p. O. Box 711, ii vans Vilie Indiana. I if the Supply of cokes hold up. . John Hall Woods Princeton ind. Mrs. Christine Reidner Riggs or. Fred Riggs 714 n. Main st., Princeton Indiana. Mrs. Dell Folt Schlademan Reynolds Indiana. Haute Trust bldg., Terre haute ind. J mrs Inez Mclntyre lines Conners miss Nattie listen Felt 1241 Early Ville Indiana. Mrs. Ethel s. Rossow Culver ind. I 1907 i Marjorie Gingerick 404 w. 5th st. N. Little Rock Arkansas. Ruth r Maxwell Oak Park 111. Or. Dan Tucker Miller 212 Terr eare you the alumni Secretary Indiana University. List me a a member of the Clasa will be on hand for the Centennial Celebration and comment Ebent May 80 to june 4. Let me know through the weekly student of the other Grada who Are planning to be there. Twilight with the lowering Sun will enable unusually attractive settings because of the late afternoon hours chosen for the pageant. Class Day on wednesday the second band concert and Community sing will be tuesday evening at 7 o clock on Jordan Field. Archie Warner and the band with or. Schlafer will have another attractive program which will Appeal to the students and visitors. President Bryan and mrs. Bryan and members of the faculty and their wives will be hosts at a reception to seniors alumni and friends at 8 . On the Campus or in the student building. This is one of the most Brilliant affairs of the commencement week. Wednesday opens with emphasis on Quot class Day Quot beginning with breakfast in the student building for alumnae former women students wives of faculty members and the women of the senior and Junior classes. Class luncheons Are being arranged for the noon hour. The final game of the inter fraternity baseball series will feature the afternoon program. The game will be on Jordan Field and much interest is demonstrated by the students in this game. The second performance of the pageant will be from 4 to 6 . On that Day. Alumni win gather on the Campus in front of the student building for the annual alumni dinner at 6 30 . During the evening an informal reception will be Given n the men s gymnasium with dancing for students and visitors. Class reunions will be features on thursday. At 10 30 . There will be an All University convocation in the men s gymnasium. In the afternoon at 1 30 Purdue University will meet the Indiana baseball team. The final showing of the pageant will be from 4 to 6 . During the supper hour and evening various organizations will have dinners dances and regions. The final band concert and Community sing will be at 7 . On Jordan Field. At the same hour the senior Law class will give an informal reception in Maxwell Hall. Many Clever stunts Are on the pro Gram of the International carnival to be staged in the men s gymnasium at 8 . At the conclusion of the earn Ival an informal i exception and dance will be Given. Major general Leonard Wood will deliver the commencement address on the Campus at 10 o clock Friday morning. David Starr Jordan of Leland Stanford University John Merle Coulter of the University of Chicago and Joseph Swain president of Swarthmore All Fonner presidents of the University will attend the commencement exercises and speak briefly following the address of general Wood. Pres. William Lowe Bryan will Confer the degrees upon the graduates. This year s class is one of the largest in the history of the school

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