Bloomington Smoke Up in Bloomington, Indiana
10 Nov 1922

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10 Nov 1922

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Bloomington Smoke Up (Newspaper) - November 10, 1922, Bloomington, Indiana Fuji ahead cd a by Mollina a a pet Quot a Tny Ikno Una Var sixty re no it ii its of the rat Quot Quot Jinni Vei fal of by a ii it ave cos of the Qimei. A at tho in Divri sity printing Plant. Liem or Ltd this associate id Orfiss four years Agni tomorrow the actual fighting a i to cease in before Liat cessation thous ands of Young men of this nation and of other nations were killed and thic Sands my re were wounded. A entered m second class matter at the Post Lions offered their All for the cause of office at blog Mington ind. I a i democracy and thousands gave to Weir x the associated press is excl Alverty entitled to the use for Puhl Catlon of All news Dis hitches a jolted to it a i not otherwise credited a this put per and also the local i rein. A a All rights of republication of special dispatches herein Are Alt reserved. Subscription Price $3.00 a year w. L. Reeves business manager John s. Stempel 2s i. Ildi tonn chief phones 1222 and 357. Nelson p. Moynier. Quot a a. Managing editor phones 1222 and 168.\ All. Tomorrow we pay tribute to those who fell on the Fields in Fiance. It is reported by the toed re Poitier that fourth Stit in tace it used to be since the lights have been the Celebration Here is a part of a idea not Ceto be Nide a seniors must have their pictures taken by nov. 15. Make an Pontinen a immediate by. Bet pm 1 to 4 Fiona Eoyang. Tickets of the West Yir inia game will go on Sale at the Cashi Ehi win clows Hall monday Toui Are from 1 to 5 p. Coupon num Ber b it Jan be exchanged for any seat. Frices Are $1, $1.50, $2.�?u. H. Smith bursar. A a. I. A a a. Robert c. Elliott. 2&Quot phones 1222 and 203�,City editor the Homecoming program. One thinks of Homecoming As a time of great fear Stuart Correl 24 sports editor phones 122? and 227. News editors. W h. Wrist it. A a Dale f. Cox 24 Carl Cranmer -5 Howard Robinson 23 feature and editorial writers Karl w. Fischer 25 Herm in Myers 24 Gail Hammond 23 Richard James 24 Robert e. Harvi. Copy editors pick i it. Heller u t Heyward Gibson. 26 Mary Ali Ornton. A i Armand Moolay 23 Cornelia Vos 24woman s editor Gladys Linton 24society editor lots of spirit tout a All the r. 0. T. C. Oilers wore Tivi ties Light hearted Ness and spirit their uniforms yesterday the taking but tomorrow Home Comers Are asked to pause in their activities in Arbutus sche flute Friday nov. 10-12 30 p. M., Marquette cd us a thaw s studio monday nov. 13�?theta Chi. It two events Are to take place on Jordan Field tomorrow. One will be a noisy demonstration of Indiana uni-1 band schedule for the week ending nov. 11 a v. W Friday 4-5 p. M., Drill 7 p. M., pow wow. Saturday 9 30 a. M., armistice Day Parade Jordan Field 1 15 p. M., for Homecoming game. On every occasion vhf a a a Parade is scheduled the band must be ready to Marcia off at the time . Of the picture explained this phenom. Lots of spirit Totite reverence to the nation s heroes. Let indians about again and spirit Rise up higher As students meet in crowds tonight to watch the pow wow fire. 1 t e a f 1 notice to Erater cities and sororities a a lots of spirit Tonitte students who have n6t Belen to Haw s for Arbutus photographs must do vers itys football team tomorrow of a a Jug Union so before nov. 15. Those Drishing to use an old picture must pay or. Shaw Lemoon. The other will be a solemn la a a a Ife if my a Ftp a Iii Klys w pm Bra p athletic contest ride men Vear White Irous i a red sweaters. It s in. The air. It Viii dad a lift. It has be i an Nowcid that 35 per Periti of cd i it eds in Wisconsin Unive sitar Are earning Thor. Way Thra the University there. Otoe Indus trip a is r Young lady is Chaufty i of 0 Post just be Low Muf Nairn is of Purdue via the Purdue exponent Quot Nav that dad is we to see us by at Waby slip invite him Back to watch us massacre on Stuart Field tonight a Ever get that practice is being Seid and will beat Northwestern and in Dijai a a quo Trithi Quot rooms about the Only spot East of 150 cents before nov. 15.�?hill. A a stay Ivy vow Yum kid a at the Home to Ming. Put on i pictures what the Newspa-5 a Herb will be Diseri Bing. Your friends who cannot be Here will enjoy scenes of the game. Preserve some photos of to smis Tice Day Parade. We carry a full line of Kodak and supplies ceremony tomorrow morning in Honor \ tie Sci Are. Reporters. Jess Tasman Quot a i Leah Austin. 21 Irvin a. Braze "2 it Kenneth f. Hewins 21 b. A Campbell 26 Virginia Caylor Quot a a Ralph Cooper 25 Floyd Edwards 2 5 Lisone Edwards 25 Dorothy Uhrmann 26 James w. Elhilu 26 May Fanner 24 i of the nation s living and dead who Ralph Hanna 2."i William j. Hill a j fought for democracy. Agnes Mcleaster. 231 flags should be flown at half Mast j Raymond learner. 24 tomorrow in Honor of those valiant i Harry l. Onstott 24 Eulah Radcliffe 23 Bruce a Sillery 25 i ceremonies tomorrow morning. As Dorothy spicely 23 the Quot Star spangled Banner is played a c. Leschi Nsncy. 24 a.,Herrick b Young. 25 the Flag should be raised slowly until dead. It should Fly there until the lots of spirit Tonitte in outlier Yean we have our fears they three the pow Yow Hie. But we will prove we will not lose by being there on time. Lots of spirit Tonitte Indiana practice court Iii the next session of this court will be held on Friday nov. 10, 1-2 50 p. I m., in the moot co dirt room. Or. Albert stump of the Indianapolis bar will sit As presiding judge. The Case of steam products co. Is. John Dicks is specially set for trial with Bowers and Busby As Mattoi Heys for plaintiff and i Clarc a Crumpacker As Atto Meys for defendant. It is Impi Tant that the i Case be ready for trial on nov. 10. If any of the counsel Are unable to a i Pear on Friday substitutions should promptly be an aged with notification to the clerk of the courts or. Richard f. Mills any such notice Shoi ild reach a the clerk As soon As Hepburn drug store the Kodak store a in a Aioli Bill a Ai a in it la Isi Iii lab Lawrence . 2 a Marjorie Mcclintock "2� C. Gronendyke. 26 Elisabeth Johnston. 23 Whooper up. The pow wow has been for years we heard that some girl lost her w. A. A William a. Evans.-23 Las the last note of the Anthem floats head so much that she called the Del there will be a called meeting of w. A. A. Today at 5 o clock by the to Gamma House for a Date to the j min Pool. Bring your pow wow tickets with . Pov wow. Lots of spirit Tonitte inv in old half in uhf to a Welcome All who come Sam Pittenger at a 6 o clock dinner on 1 Jei of Koukl Nalt in ins festive Pui suits to we like to see out the colors swing in the Breeze i from the top of the pole. 1 every student and every Home com Home coming Day american association of University women Ujj i the Bloomington Brandi of the american association of University p a. ,. Day evening nov. 14. A lie membership committee will Telephone members tomorrow morning to take part in the i we know that they enjoy Theu i. Of f then we Miu mat c j of ice pounce. And no v. A to a not thus reached May Telephone acceptance the supreme of in Liana i so Quot Psi . Allan Wylie Pivit the occasion More than once Al Tro Rolv a plied to a a i Ivear to Seo old 1. U. Play. Most any when Indiana has been aroused until a or those men in a Way fitting and to like Mary and Secretary. Every Man in the school was a part of a proper. Rno to other fools who try to get an the team far fight and determination concerned. A there have i been times in the history of the pow there is More than Mere ceremonial 1 education. The decorations must in wow when it marked the culmination i to such occasion As will be celebrated a Quot the boys spent lots of Money. Or us r Thev tried of hard to win t cup and i tomorrow. The serious Ness the of. A i some will have a lot itus i feet the meaning of that ceremony valued pm Quot. Tarry Iii perhaps i depends on the seriousness the Sor e Beauty lie. Pc Loio that of unbounded enthusiasm Avrich had thought the humbleness with which those who co no Voi l i be a time they la As a successful season had those who take part enter into the Quot Ever sort a and hoax it again the old unrolled. And there have been times j Observance of the Day. When the pow wow has saved a sea i son of defeat by a single All-import-1 ant Victory. So important is this cel to , a g. A. Lui been granted permission to sell tickets for the Clark a. Is r i s in organization houses. , Woody Woodsmall. Slog Ere nominations for Sophomore class offices to be voted on in the election of no 14th Are president Glenn l. Miller Vicc William p. Taber Secretary Edna Gunnison. Treasurer Dorothy Manuette. A a. A Smith bursar. I 1. C. again to be. Lots of spirit Tonitte Jex service men notice Allex service men will meet at the North end of Loi Dan Field at 10 30 a saturday morning in uni Forni if Poss ii , president Cootie club. J extending the time limit. The daily student s platform con bration on the eve of the Homecoming inline in Indiana athletics that Iti tet has been extended until nov. 20, in the Hope that More students Fracul is a cell to note Liat when a successful i pow wow held an Indiana team is Fly , and townspeople will take what s your Quot pet Peeve Quot rarely Defeated. The Opportunity which an Extension of time offers to submit their ideas of the editor a word from a meeting of the National i clothiers association College men _ especially will strive for Bluit Noal it it. Off the Campus at Wisconsin uni is stated varsity Are Selling 350 sacks of pop g vendors sell lots of Corn. Popcorn vendors who have is Wagon j Corii. Daily. To minors allowed hero. Woman on the i students of Franklin College under a 21 years of age Are prohibited from r is there a student who will not do platform for the City and uni Allsho such a Quot big them n of opus As Gail Hammond the this Ait All that is in his Power to make this Vei sity should include altho eight Quot who s Vav to Section of Franklin. Years Celebration a Success i Pir forms have been submit Tell to the your coed Page has urged freshman no forethought has been neglected Piu form editor in the few Davs that i up their Green Button by those who Are entrusted with the the contest has been open most of 1 conduct of the events tonight. It is them have been submitted by students two Days have been sans buttons now up to the individual students to who had their attention More upon the in two cases i have seen coed buttons give their heart and hand to the sue University than the City of Quot masculine lapels. I might a a a i a few pi.�.�,� Hae been of few a i i those portions of the program which by townspeople and at least one pro Oon to function. Have been provided for them and Fessor has entered the contest but it Abner Idle will. Where numbers Are rec tired to Wear was deemed better to wait until More a a the a arb and when they a older Heads Quot had submitted their Robe Stu i. Or. Stauffer Secretary 01 the Htu-1 can help in no other Way lend their ideas. Several platforms have been Volunteer movement who visit attendance. Uni ironed indicating that it is the in go Indiana University a few weeks the pow wow is to be an evening Twiest attached to the formation of a arc. Is nov at Vork in the University full of pictures due demonstration platform that is the compelling to alumni some of whom fought the Tive of the author rather than the j Ain t this. It lust too fit tin ? s Battles years ago upon Hope of winning the .$3 subscription the masculine form is to be con the football Field and some of whom and the $5 in Cash. Sid cred Well dressed tins season it were Active on the Campus in their those who submit platforms should j appear corseted according to Day stirring up the fever heat which Bear in mind that it is the platform was necessary to win games will be wit ii suggestions itally affecting the Here to speak and show us what tra Vei fare of University and City additional Indiana spirit really Means which would offer a Broad improve Many of the University s sincerest ent of conditions that will receive friends will be Here and there will be the most favourable consideration of those there who have no other con the judges. I Section with the University than the Here Are Many suggestions to be Pride and attachment which they feel Ade which Are of importance the for a Hoosier institution. Gaitors believe and it is in the Hope for these reasons it is important a that More of these will be offered be that the students show their Enthusi-1 the final platform is selected that a asm and at the same time keep them j the time has been extended until nov. Selves within the Bounds of sanity. 20. This will be the last there Are Many who will consider that a of the award of the prize and readers a for eyestrain see Strain Quot you will study much More efficiently with a properly fitted pair of glasses. Paul Strain optometrist Over City Book store meet me at the College inn so. Dunn Between 4 the and 5th St. Cleanliness and Quality our motto plate dinner 25c Liast beef pork and veal loaf Choice of two vegetables potatoes Beans Corn tomatoes bread butter and drink All Home cooking. Come in and be convince try. The College inn Lioyd Wells 24. It is going to be cold. Done be uncomfortable at this great game. By far the largest assortment of fall suits overcoats sheep lined Coats warm underwear fancy Wool Hose and Golf gloves for the girls i i i i a i i copyright in Hirt Schaffner amp Marx i a g i a a i i i Kahn clothing company a ii Llllian Llull Al i a i by nil lab i a by Bill i .0 la a ail Iii lil Ilia i in i Nill i Libil the occasion is an excuse for the riot i who have an idea which they would Ous flinging of Beans and paper n Jike to see incorporated into the it Ald acts More worthy of the Jovial student s platform Shohid com cities of outlaws and pirates than the a a Nicatie it to the platform editor at exhibition of enthusiasm by College i a a men. No Good will come of , ail it will into Gre with altho it May take lots of nerve the officials in successfully conduct j there Are those in the City adm Nistra ing tho evening. J Tion who v. Ill construe Quot tuesday s Locc Eracli Man should go to the pow Hon As. A vote of Confidence. We in Voith a profound sense of the a i torn of to in Celebration Aad consider j newspaper men after election fit hi�4uty if any of these Rowdie so Quot say let s get this straight ried out a Oil to a i uti aah a a tac is to in Forth Triem Mich be Havio is out of place. Tynce and for All. Is this tuesday wednesday or thursday Quot Victor records prices Are 7oe and up everybody recognizes the fact that Victor records Are the Pei fact of tone that have Ever been made that there Are no foreign noises and that their musical Organ Iasa Tion and artiste stand highest in the musical Worff. Buy the Best. Buy Victor recoils and at least occasionally buy a red Seal record for the Irene fat of your musical Educa a tort. A a a buy them at de Withams Juu amp jewelry sme West Side iof save re that new tie Cheney cravats offer you that touch of distinctive Novelty combined with Good taste and Rich a i it Arke hat you always look for in True Spott Wear. Yet Cheney has designed conservative patterns too a styles that Are unusually popular for formal Wear. Select that new tic today and be sure it is Al amp Sliney Sale in in order to make Roo for More new goods we Are making special inducements for you to buy your Winter hat now. Kahn Cly the chg co. Go Obe clothing co. La to ant. Coombs Oka Bisti fam All hats that formerly sold from .$15.00 to $25.00, now a Choice line of hats that sold at $10.00 and .515.00, now 7.50 we have All the new models in gtd and Silver head bands for dances. A new line Chenille Flowers for Xmas. A a pm

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