Bloomington Student in Bloomington, Indiana 26 May 1896
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Bloomington Student (Newspaper) - May 26, 1896, Bloomington, Indiana
The student 310 local. The result of the Field Coli less of last a Rishiy Are As follows. Half mile run Ritter 25. Uslis iii 22.s Vii Marc 2 29 Steele 2 39. High Junr it a Stok Shyrry 4 it. 5 in Orinic 4 it 5 in running High jump 5 it Teeter 4 it. 10 in Orme 4 it. S in. Road jump 9 it. S in Orme 9 it. 6 in Teeter 9 it. 6 in pole vault Stoke Sherry 9 it. In Thiompson 8 it Ritter 7 it. 10 in. High kick Hercules s it. 4 in Orme s it putting a hot Vanmatre 29 it 6 in Harbour 29 it. 6 in Teeter 29 it. 3 in Thompson 28 it Orme 26 it. Throwing Hammer an Fate 76 it Teeter 70 it. One mile l Icycle a Orme 2 35 Init 2.o. The University of Cincinnati plays Here saturday. Or. Mingle has been elected iii or intendant at churn Hansco. Sit at Otice for your commencement pictures at Wilhite amp Niceley s. Prizes and credit will in Given for oratorical and debating work next year. The seniors were entertained at the Lesi Dence of or. Swain saturday a ening. It is the intention f the College l and to give an open air concert during the Chapel hour Friday. Or. H. A. Millis returned from tie Cincinnati social settlement and will remain Hei e for some time. Hon. J. J. Ingalls lectured at the old College Jhaj last Friday night upon the Quot problems of the second the old Sun dial has been moved from the old College to the West end of Library i All. It is said that this act was instigated by the department of physics in order that the Bells plight be better regulated. Or. Henry n. Cof Maii has been elected superintendent of tiie Sci tools at Middletown. Do not wait until the last week of College to sit for your commencement pictures but sit at once at Wilhite its Niceley s. A democratic club was organized saturday morning with a membership of ninth eight. Or. Stickels was elected Clairman. Tile married Folk s club will meet for the last Lime saturday evening in Kirk Vood Hall a the last time for this year of course. Some Fine treats have l Een liven in connection with the Chapel lectures for which we Are indebted to Orif Lith and Kirby. East week a Conn Pittee met at tie residence of prof. Chefs to consider Means of encouraging Ullic speaking among the students. They will meet again a x3n, the Rayer of the Inglish Novice May we live to seethe Day when the plural Man shall lie Down beside the singular verb and a Little conjunction Lead them. Or. Eigenmann has a number of Blind fish for experimental Pur oses. These will be exposed to the Light and the change brought about by this new environment carefully noted. The next Issue of tie student will be under the management of the Junior class. As this is to be a double number the regular Issue of june 9th u ill be omitted and the lire sent volume end wit i tie of the i6th. The recent in base Ball affairs resulted in the resignation of or. A. and the election of or. Johnson As nun Iager for the remainder of the year. At last the management has gone into the hands of the faculty. Owing to the failure of our base Hall reporter to hand in a report of last week s games we Are come yelled to pass Over them hastily. The game Veitii Purdue was the same old Story of 16 to 3. Wabash gave our boys a round to the tune o 9 to 7. Thus two More victories Are added to the list
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