Bloomington Student in Bloomington, Indiana 20 Dec 1894
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Bloomington Student (Newspaper) - December 20, 1894, Bloomington, Indiana
A Lux it he Sitas vol. Xxi. Indiana University do Cembik 20, 1894. No. 13 th1 stat Kirr is Public fitted every tue fiday of the col Lee year by the Amo Catlon of Indiana univ Emlott. Subscription Price $1.80 per annul or $1.26 if paid before january is to cents per Teri to cents per copy. Address All communications to the Studa Irr Boom Triton Indiana. Editor in chief. Revising editor. Associate editors. War Tab d. Dodd �6 a burst o. Hoi Asp. 06 Edwin c. Cuba Ftak. W Dilla j. Evans it d. Hadik Richards. 07 Robbrt c. A books 97 c. A. A brio 06 Aas Istatt kit jobs. Enrri b. A bight �?�08, Edna Herbt a Clark wms to 06. Gnu amid f. Loso 07. Clouds g. Malott 06, business manager. Entered in the Post office at Bloomington Indiana As second class matter. Up he student wishes to its friends a to merry Christmas and a Happy new year. _ this is our last Issue for the term. Our next number will appear on january 8th. We feel that we can say with some degree of Assurance that we shall be Able to Cin Tine the paper at its regular size with a possible improvement in the Quality of paper. This will however necessitate the payment of a the subscriptions on our list and since All subscriptions unpaid after january first will be increased by Twenty five cents we suggest that All payments be made by the end of the term. Ber of stride its will Avail themselves of the time and spend the vacation in the preparation of orations or in rearranging those already prepared. Thus far we have had no intimation As to who the prospective candidates May be if there Are any and we Are beginning to have some apprehensions conker do no our representation in the state contest. We May not express the general student sentiment when we say that there would be considerable Chagrin at our meeting with the same sue Cess in oratory As in football for the interest in the one May not be As wide spread As in the other but we believe that our uni Wasity Pride will be somewhat humbled at two abject failures. With the proper enthusiasm How Ever on the part of a few we can yet Hope for a Good representation in the contest. Our debaters have successfully proved that we Hare no Lack of debating Talent and we believe the Talent in oratory is not inferior. The faculty committee on contests has announced that All who intend to enter the primary oratorical contest must submit their manuscripts by the Isth of january. This Date is two weeks later than the usual limit and the contestants will thus have More time for preparation. We Hope that a num the current number of a popular Scien Tiric Magazine in the Library contains an article by or. Jordan. Some appreciative and benevolent student has marked at the top Quot Goodr Quot Rebd this Quot and with paint bes a brackets Aud marginal exclamation Points has called attention to All the important parts of the article. It is True this required a Mark for nearly every sentence but that was the fault of the article and in no Wise effects the system. Think How much time in the totality May be saved to the student body if the benevolent student will apply his system to All the periodicals. No More weary wading through Long articles to get the few bits of meat. A glance or two at the Page and the Gist is ours. But unfortunately All intellects do not attach the same importance to the
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