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Bloomington Smoke Up (Newspaper) - November 10, 1922, Bloomington, Indiana Vol. I. No. 48. Bloomington Indian Friday november 10, 1922. Established 1867.Homecoming Gai ties to pause while University pays tribute to Quot buddies Quot left Quot Over there Quot Jake Gimbel hears about his death Hen reporter phones him to verify news Story philanthropist swears it is his Cousin Jaob and not he who is to be buried today. Armistice Day ceremonies will be held on Jordan Field 10 30 o clock tomorrow morning judge Raymond Springer to deliver War veterans review r. 0. T. A regiment at s. To Quot a greater do a Quot the students of Indiana Wiki turn out to Honor tic football team tomorrow afternoon but a far area Fer duty lies before the student body on saturday Mornini when All will pay respect to the men who died for their country. The Faoiz Ball team and i will be there to do our a Pat Herren. A regiment of cadets standing at Parade rest three thousand sex service men so if ends faculty return my gradual up townspeople standing with bowed Heads while Quot taps Quot Are sounded in memory of the men who fought in France for those who will never return from France a Iid for the Quot unknown hero Quot Uriel of Iii i Ioan soil. Such will be the pageant on Jordan Field tomorrow in Honor of fourth armistice Day. A last rehearsal of the military coi is yesterday. A Call to ill Veteran to attend the Corci ironies preparation by the boosters club to notify every student in the University were among the final preparations made yesterday for the ceremony. Before departing for the East prec is Zient Bryan expressed a desire that Allex service men and students attend the exercises As a tribute to the heroes of the University. Major r. E. O Brien was placed in general charge and prepared a schedule for the Indiana i military unit that would enable it to take part in the ceremonies without adding to Drill hours. In a statement yesterday the major said Quot i would like to see every sex service Man in attend the armistice Day Celebration to show Lionor to his buddies who were in the world War but will not be there tomorrow. The turnout of sex services men during the years a Al ways been excellent and expect As much this year. The veterans win assemble Quot to the North Entrance of Jordan Field at 10 30 a. In. And March to tiie reviewing stand where they vill be Given seats of Deans in speakers stands. Co incl m. Mumma a hmm andante at Iowa state University and an official of the football game Tomori of has accepted an invitation to attend the formalities. The colonel will be in tic reviewing stand with the speaker of the Day judge Raymond s. Springer Llie Deans of All the schools of the University John w. Craverio registrar who will introduce tic speaker major r. E. O Brien and major k. R. A Illiams of the National guard. In Harmony with the War decorations consisting of colors of every Al. Lied nation and military Tinc Zephere of students in the american uniform the band will play airs that were popular in Days of Cadet regiment will March on the Field with the band playing Quot it s a Long Long Way to tipperary Quot and the entire crowd will join in Quot Good morning or. Zipp Zipp Zipp Quot Quot pack up your troubles it your old kit bag Quot and other melodies. For those who sacrificed. Student leaders combined yesterday in their endorsement of armistice Day and pointed out the necessity of All students attending. Paul Summers president of the in continued on i be six democrats gain As vote Canvas tells reporter h6 is planning to run do it a from Martinsville saturday for Homecoming game. .0 convince my friends that i am still much alive when i come up saturday to see the or. Gimbel had just returned from a hike when informed for the first time of his Quot i Vav ill deny in person the news account of my death at Homecoming saturday Quot Jake Gimble donor c nears comp ii Tion a to assured of offices of auditor and clerk of preme court. State us Ralston leads by 35,903 43 Pri Cincys still out Green Wool ahead of Bland with four precincts out. Debaters to mix in final Tryon it contest to be held in red room of student building at 3 p. M. Wednesday survivors to form team successful aspirants to debate against Ohio and West Virginia teams. Liy the associated press Indianapolis nov. 9.�?democratic successes at tuesday s statewide election were broadened today to include two state offices which i have been held i by republicans. The returns which brought reports indicia iting the election j of Robert Bracken democratic Candi Date for Staic auditor and z. T. Dun Gan de Ono cratic aspirant for c i k j ship of the Spreine court also show co _ 1 that the lower House of the. Next Ger. A eral a Sembly will probably be divided i evenly Between democrats and republicans. There was too a possibility that one of the democratic candidate for judge of the appellate court in the first District might be Victoriou the plurality of Samuel m. A s to a democratic United states senator elect increased Vith the arrival o1 additional returns. With the vote from 43 precincts still out or. Rais ton had a Lead of 35,903 Over Albert j. Bever Idree Republican the vote in the 3,352 precincts was Ralston 551 212 Beveridge 515,309. William Henry socialist had received 10,8yi votes. Hope entertained thru Cut the Day by Republican leaders that William a Oliver Republican state Audi Tor who sought re election would be continued on Page six. And state High school athletics do dared Lafit night. Quot or. Gimbel would you like to Hea the announcement of your de Atli Quot. Reporter for daily student inquire Over Long distance Telephone from or Gimbel who was at a sanitarium r i Martinsville. Quot Why yes i m interested. I did Quot die Quot he replied. Bar. Gimbel la itched As the i sports read the account of his death As puh listed in yesterday s student and Otic or state papers. The Jacob Gilibe who died from heart failure tucs a at Atlantic City was l is cousir., a 72, a Philadelphia merchant to said Quot and really i am Only about Hal the age of. 72 that was accredited t ,&Quot he said or. Gimbel i 4 3 year of age and a merchant in Vincennes Quot we thought maybe you could Tel a a is lib out attendance at your funeral the reporter Dar it i to ask when h a Ead the Lins that announced Quot fun a a services will be held i Hope the funeral Date will of list once seven Al years Quot or. Cirr Dic responded. Quot Ati Way i m going to to hold on Cong res majorities sliced. O. P. Senate majority Cut in to of House Lead reduced from 78 to 7. Women to hold their banquet at 5 30 o clock ticket sales for both will cd Ese at fires will Call participants to Colin sell War dance scheduled for 10 p. M. Today s Prog ram. 12 00 a. Alumni Council meeting. P. recital. Band concert. 5 30women s Homecoming banquet. P a. Pow nov in the men s gymnasium. The i Jnai fires Are lighted. ? Farmer Iab orites win a ethically compote re turns indicate 25.3 be pub id ans 207 democrats j in 63th wants Lount democratic no Miniee for Sei Ator Massachusetts follows Intelli icons. In by the Puoci Atco press Boston nov. 9.�?a state wide recount of the vote cast last tuesday for United states senator was assured today. William a. Gaston the democratic candidate who was apparently Defeated by 8,425 votes by senator Henry Cabot Lodge Republican carried out his own intension announced yesterday of directing recount proceedings in every City and town the be publican state committee took similar action to assure representation in the i even t proceedings Jand tonight had filed petition in More places than the Fott Twenty candidates were chosen wednesday evening at the first elimination tryout for the debating team to appear at a second tryout to be held next wednesday in the red room i of the Cluj heat building beginning at 3 . The exact Tinie of their a annoy once birth of son. Or. And mrs. E. Wilson of Vav Ake Forest n. C., have announced the birth of a son Robert William born j on oct. 21. Both or. And mrs. Wilson Nee Mildred Nothnagel Are graduates of Indiana University. Or. Wil Yearance Viil be announced by pro-1 son was in government work in the Fessor h. M. Karr in charge of the Agri Cullura department at St. Croix contest. Virgin islands for several years but at present a professor of biology at Wake Foi est College. Those successful in the initial tryout were Cyril Wilson Keith masters John Sanders Henry Lindstrom Beverly Bircham Donald Rogers Phillip Rice Ralph Mcelfresh Jesse Mcatee William Bray George Stev j 3np, Walter Helmke j. M. Gerhart w. S. G. A. To donate prize miss George Donham James Mclan Dreth Sage Dean Sembower professor Honor dead. My cd service of India a i a Uverity should be the first to Honor the dead of the recent War. We Cali do this Best by by ing prs Eitt at armistice Day exercises saturday a Rowland Nichols. Officials order Mains to k filled today to flow till saturday Nigist. Citizens Are warned must not fill tubs and unti saturday afternoon Wylie Dinsmore says. By the associated Tress clinic ago 111., nov. Continua in of Republican control in the co i Iress but with a majority of 78 in the Louse slashed to seven and a Soa to majority Cut in two was assured to Light by practically Chin plate but in official reports from Hist tues Section. While Rel ii red Ual majority of oily seve i cd c i in Lousy and Genii to i i have in. He next Congi Ess a Plura Lily of 12 n the House and 11 in the san Ite Over to democrats. Clc-50 race., and Bela cd . I 2ft the exact a a7ority in Sonbi but on he face of tabulated a Cums to ii Glitz the sixty eighth House of a ves to composed of 22- and 207 democrats one somali i is Farroni Laberite and one inde a Quot Ond emt. In the senatorial contest late re urns we c i indicated the election of Ynn j. Frazier non partisan of time i North Dakota and the Victory of. 1 Dill Democrat in Washington did lot Clinge the general complexion in he upper House. These returns forecast that the next Senate Wourl have urged to try senator from Call the Modican braves to the big pow wow ii the men s gymnasium at 6 o cock Tonio it. A Hile the braves Are taking their counsel the squaws of the tribe will meet in the student building. Their Itom coming banquet is scheduled for 5 30 o clock. Iii i i a spin it is lying Lorrn ant waiting to be inflamed. Tonight under tic air Ninga of chief Owen eco collector of a id the great old dog i t Voll be aroused and break Forth in All of its a a y food for 1.200 braves has been j contracted for by the Lio Osters club i the at both ends of the gym a i ruin ill be thrown open a few min i utes before 6 o clock and promptly at i g o clock the great Indiana tribe of j the tvs ohioans will sit Down at the fourth annual pow Vav . I red fire to signal. Lied fire will be lighted on the no to ocly still monday nov. 20 extended to permit wider Kange of opinions from Quot older to award painting for Best coed decor hons Howard Denton Joseph Headley Ben Wells,.quentin Wert and Willard Van Horn. Five minute talks. Burke to judge houses. Following the discovery yester Day i after noon that the Loving cup Offe refi the contestants will give another j by the boosters club for the Best five minute talk on the subject of this Homecoming decorations is open Only to men s organization houses the w. Debate Quot resolved that an excess profits tax should be a part of our Federal fiscal professors f. H. Guild Henry Carter and w. E. Trea nor will continue to act As judges. About half the candidates will eliminated and the remainder will form the squad from which the teams for the Virginia Indiana meet will be chosen. Another in de Weinber. Early in december tryouts for a team to take part in the Indiana s. G. A. Took matters into their own hands and decided to award an Oil painting with Engi aved name plate to the coed organization House whose de a orations shall he adjudged the Best by the committee. The judging for the coeds will take place at the same time that the Meir Winner is being picked from 10 am. To 12m. The committee composed of Prossor r. E. Burke of a the Fine arts department Dean Sembower and meet will be held and All those miss Elizabeth Sage of ome eco who did not succeed in making the nomads department will do the judg squad for the first debate will be ing for both groups. Urged i to try for this second event the prize already has been pro fair Jyh Sofi Thern mostly inno theirn Phi on Friday Rand Sii Iiri. A Ait Tai 1 Vav. Professor Karr stated yesterday. The cured from the Wylie Art store and subject for this debate will is Quot re work on the women s houses will , that the War a debts due the need As it did last year it is expected. United. States from her allies during the great world War should be tryouts Walt be conducted in the same manner As the one last wed All organizations Aie urged to have their decorations up by Friday afternoon to help out the gala effect in welcoming Back the Early re turning in anticipation of Home coniing i Odds Wato works of facials yesterday ordered the filling o Ity this to flow continuously until Saturn Lay evening the longest uninterrupted service in 2? Days. Quot we Hope to have plenty of water to last until saturday in first but the City must not fill their tub my Supply tanks until afternoon sat i Day or there a ill be possibility of the Reserve Supply not holding out Quot said Wylie Dinsmore superintendent if the City waterworks yesterday afternoon. Quot the reports of the engineers on a he White River and Griffey Creek projects for a new Bloomington water Lant will not be Complete before saturday and it will hardly be possible for the Council to consider them before monday evening Quot declared councilman d. A. Rothrock yesterday. Quot i am very glad to have person Call for us to investigate possible fires during this water shortage Quot said fire chief Strain in idling of the single run made on thursday to inspect an Over heated Furnace at the Home of George Henley on East eighth Street. Quot it eliminates danger of Large fires. This is shown by the fact that we have had Only two blazes that we were Able to extinguish with chemicals since the first of october Quot he declared. Dalian goes to Washington. Or. K. Yeiuei Braunn Dean of the Quot Graduato Somol is in Washington at ending a my Fitiak of lie association Noi limited to students judges to award Winner prize a Nouis in to $8. It of american univer Iti s. He left Sun Lay e-\pocti2 to be i it one about two weeks. New filling station. On gymnasium roof just before the Doois Are opened. The beating of torn ii Call the braves to Gettier. The band a a ill be fed at 5 Feiock to Fern ening of that nothing will keep them from Fri Nishino music throw Ighut to e feast. W. A. A. Members will meet in the s gymnasium at 5 o clock this evening. Thex will Marrh in a body into the banquet Hall where they will be specially . Tickets for the women s banquet May be purchased until noon from the office of the Dean of women. Men should Purchase their for the great Council before noon to Rohiy at the bursar s office from members of the boosters club or at the y. M. A. Counter. A report on the number of tickets sold must be made at noon today so that ample food May be ordered for the attendants at the pow wow. No one shall leave the banquet boards hungry tomorrow Start preparations Early. My of the boosters club u us slather at one o clock today to pro pare the men s gymnasium. . From each of the fraternity houses will gather at 4 15 o clock this afternoon to prepare to serve the crowd. Precautions a be taken against braves throwing food at one another tonight. Tonight is to be a great Council and an arousing of school s spirit Kex tension of time Licinit to monday nov. 20, on the Dady student s plat Forit contest announced yesterday by a method of Rece ving c. Wider Rani a of opinions for the Standard Oil company s new faculty member and towns filling station which Lias been under., Peon a be on ? 7lices Campia construction at the Corner of thud Street and College Avenue will Ojen to mind a Yitoi i a. For business today. The statin was quote first was a Chodur de to constructed at a Cost of More than Clysa at a Jon today. 525,000. Intimation that a representative is the aim rather than an of body 01 faculty men Bors and Bloom Rowdy ism. Ii mfr vhf Tell to i pin a a written a huge Bonfire will be lighted by Jui Limi a Ivi Yuul. Ivy Ftp a platform suggestions came yesterday Hind the men s gymnasium at Quot 10 when a sent a note his o clock tonight. The braves and the Pipiu saying Quot i do not know whether Sci is ski risking their War cries will members of the faculty Are included Lea their banquet boards and Gath congestion of Winter and summer 04 not but i Wcur a like to have Toliese or around the fire. Students to. Be avoided at suggestions considered in the adopt a great War dance is planned to graduation time. Tion of the daily student s fore old braves and Young retire for1 the Extension of time was made to the night to rest before the Battle of congestion made by the Home going j serve As a contradiction of the belief tomorrow Winter students and the influx of that Only students Are permitted to after commencement orchestra to perform at Congo wednesday the University orchestra under the direction oif Dean Winfred Merrill of the school of music will give the convocation program next wednesday. Quot the orchestra is doing splendidly in preparation for its first appearance Quot Dean Merrill said osterday. Altho. The program is not Complete it probably will include a special number on the Harp the orchestra is Comito sed of about 40 student Rausi summer students on commencement Day is to be avoided this year by the setting ahead the Date for the opening of the summer session to june 14, a week after commencement. The inability to secure instructors who Are not released from teaching engagements in other colleges until after the first week in june was responsible partly for the change. There has been a constant i request for this change by organization submit Proito Sals. A committee of seven judges will i meet during the week of nov. 20, Toi Caus extra session con determine the Winner of the $5 Cham-1 president Harding Ber of Commerce prize and the years egg 20. Subscription to the daily student two faculty members two prominent i by of of ask cited press students two citizens and a member Washington nov 9.�?the Congress of the student it of will compose the was called by president Harding to judging committee. The committee s a right to meet in extra session nov. Judgement of the person writing the 20, exactly two weeks in Advance of most practical set of answers to the the regular session. The Call set Forth houses and by the citizens of Bloom-1 question. Quot a that will make Indiana i As usual in the form of a proc Lama in ton who keep student roomers i University and Bloomington better Quot i Tion declared the extra session they objected to the previous Condi will determine the Winner. Made necessary by Public interests tons for they had no Opportunity to Rush of Homecoming duties the Call of the special session two prepaid e their houses for the inc Minji has prevented As wide a response to a weeks in Advance of the regular . Students they said. The platform contest As was hoped Jig has been approved Generah Lis. For editors said yesterday a republicans leaders in the Congo entertains at Tea. A i who have Felt that by getting an a mrs. B. F. Adams 4-11 s. College returns to work. Jer Start on legislate ii than Ifould Avenue entertained at Tea yesterday mrs. Olive Welch who is employed be Quot afford ass by the regular sess a a afternoon Iti Honor of Ann Shanklin daughter of William Shanklin president of Wesley College Middlet ii Gonn As bookkeeper in the registrar s office. Turned to her work yesterday aft being confined to her Home for a tiek with pneumonia practical All Bills the a Propri Tion Ineasy re it Tiitu be de of by March 4, ie3�t it it thit sitar Sev amp nth a Nam my a

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