Bloomington Student in Bloomington, Indiana 3 Jun 1896
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Bloomington Student (Newspaper) - June 3, 1896, Bloomington, Indiana
39the student the seniors attire reminds us of two cities of Southern France prof. Maillot makes a Ood Teller of the Days of the week f or Clearley Brittson. Born 1x92�?lived�?.iied 1896. No doubt but be Are the people and Wisdom shall die with you. Job 1 a j. Junior throwing paper wad Well of i could t hit sour face without striking your nose. She with a twinkle Vou did at to e Cave. Two Quot High Admiral Quot plus three pipes of Quot Greenback Quot and Andy is not Smo intr any More. We wonder what the in Lish dept predicts Tor such a youth. A Bright Lilit a niensted from out of one room of the chapter House Dunn the entire night of tues May May Lgth. I its Jones surveying her new Caf and gown or. D. Van Buskirk left morning for a Sciort \ Isit to Home it ii it in in Diatian. We Are to Pinili i us deny that there is a Young lady in the or. Ronnie Willson awaits the termination of the Jolt Ege it ear with much Imp salience and Agi Atiim. It is All owing to ins a Ivd of s ending a few a i y Days under the gracious influence it f one of Siath Wornon s handsomest daughters on the Honi Eward trip. Much curiosity is manifested Asl it it my. Burke Keeney Aoji Ariit reluctance in tie Mailer of wearing that new senior gown the sex Jinan action lies in tie fact that upon Liis for St Aii ear auce he was mistaken for a member a if the in ii Trecost Liand and he fears a re edition of tiie in cider a. Ask him. A Var. Sanford teeters of North Washington Street mourns the loss of a Large i Quantity of vigorous and fragrant Iii do Iron his extensive Garden. Sus Ilion joints Quot Strongis Quot to certain h freshmen so i More and senior Ocen pants of the Kappa chapter House a a Al door As guilty j arties. Monkey a Monkey a bottle of Beer How Many monkeys Are there Here Quot a tie monkeys and some of >011 Darwin taught us that this was True Yale mixture is a Good revue do for no to Bac. Ask Fred Kwing. Of what can our Friend Crone be doing Why Quot keeping the world John my p. To senior a a Little Bird is sitting on the end of a pole singing a Sweet Little song. How Long is the pole the executive Board of Quot the woman s league Quot has elected the following officers for next year porch president Edna Henry vice pres Anna Collins Secretary Cora Meji Augh Cor. Sec y. Minnie Wood treasurer. The league has successfully do it in the work of the year and has Money in the Treasury for the beginning of another years operations. There will be a Short but interesting meeting of the woman s Lea tie next thursday evening june 4. It will be held in Mitchell Hall at seven o clock. I he meeting will be Des noted to the Reading of letters from the other colleges which belong to the Quot inter collegiate correspondence league Quot these letters Are extremely , and a time anticipated. All members of the Are urgently to be present. I everyone has heard of the Young couple who went by Moonlight to see what time it was by the Sun dial. The Sun dial was then on the old College Cammis. This same couple not Long ago took the same walk for the same purpose. The next morning they discovered the Sun dial in a be place. Its close r Dimity to the Quot a Anglish department l Aery Quot Dei it of All romantic interest for Vliem. Please to Hae it moved Back to its old lace. The Panthy Atric society held its fourth ii initial a minuet at the Home of or. W. H. Adams saturday evening May Quot of. As the i Side ice was not easy of Access and As the of in ladies St pah d in at the Back door but Little is known of the Mystic gathering. This much however is known. The members of the society a few More than a Hundred in Nuin Bir were dressed in very fantastic costumes. No two of these costumes were alike ind Thev made the greatest part of the fun. The Binu Juet itself was of the least importance. Is for the toasts they were much too witty to mention so after All that is to known this much is i Niblic. I everybody who went is glad that she Ilid and Everyl Nelv who did not a sorr that he could not. We Iii it know Binford was such a White Man m
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