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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

DOEWAH "Just as good a Furnace as the Round Oak is a Stove" • Round. Oak Furnaces nro ns honestly made giß fumous Round Oak Stove tbo iiamu All pulnsuikliig fitting of every joint, door draft tho Rams dully inspection of mull and test or the completed heater. Like Round Oak Stoves the Round Oak Furnace ,' •" ~ ■ * i ' * i," t Is guaranteed to give absolute sstlsfactlomclt Is - f \ the only, furnace that burns any kind of fuel, -- 'j',"J wood, hard and «ott r coal and tlie *■ ~ only furnace that, burnt all /the fuel— all tbo gases and montof tbo smoke. The ' prlco Is reasonable. Bend for the free Bound Oak Furnace book. ESTATE OF P. D. BECKWIThT ' ,' Oowigfsc, Mich. • Makert of BeckwUK't Round Yi m UoHnd 0«k Furu*c» uru for nate la Blooraluttton by a, H. R*«d & Bro A Oak FmwM , with outer cuing removed. •vr^r Liz -X Our Improvements Are \i About Completed. The extra salesroom we have gained will enable us to show about one-third more goods than before, and we have a great...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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THE WESLEYAN'S HALF OF CENTURY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

THE WESLEYAN'S HALF OF CENTURY SESII-CENTENiMAL 'CELEBRATED Several Notable Event* Characterized Vesterdaj'a l'rocuudlnic» »t tho Vui\ur- ■ 7~ i alty lu TliU City. ADCJIJfI HEAR' FKOH OLDEST The Ilnuquct Ijist Night Wan n Notable .Suecuss From u Social Standpoint—. .Detail* of Ditj'n Work. '—Wednesday,* June 12, 1901, will go down In history as a most Important day for the,llllnois Wosleyan UnHerslty. The_ fiftieth anniversary of the institution was celebrated In a fitting manner and the old Institution starts out on the .next fifty years with, bright piospects. The old fairly rung.with words of cheer and to give now life to the Institution organised a" "Twentieth Century Guild," whlen promises to do much for tho Institution. ~ Today' Is the day ot graduation and more kind words will be spokeu and further piovlsiou for tho future will be made. ~ -. >

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Farewell Chapel. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Farewell Chapel. Long before S":30. o'clock, the time for holding the farewell chapel exercises, the hallways of the Wesleyan were % filled with graduates, students and friends' of the institution, who spent the time happily In recalling former echool days. The hum of voices was heard on every hand and many enjoyable reunions took place. With the passing of,the minutes tho crowd Increased and began to move up stairs into Amlo chapel, where tho exercises were to be held. j- | | | The chapel has looked pretty upon former occasions,'hut never more so than 'yesterday. It had an entire new appearance. Tho walls have been elegantly frescoed, the woodwork varnished, the radiators and iron pillars painted and tho platform newly carpeted. Tho border of the frescoing of tho main auditorium of the chapel is beautiful and uulque,"Tiaving tho figures "1901" nicely designed. Such was tho appearance of tho once homely chapel and" many " favorable comments were heard'on every hand. The cost of tho ...

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GOOD-BYE TO PROF. GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

GOOD-BYE TO PROF. GREEN. Along with the clobb of 'Ol the Wesleyan bidfarewell to Prof. C. W. Green and tho parting was most pathetic. Piesident Smith aroso and called the largo gathering to order,-briefly eulogizing Prof. Green for his creditable and useful work and regretting that it was,his choice to-leave educational work and engage in business. He spoke of. his long service with tho Weslo> an aud of the raauy who had graduated under him, dosing by saying there yet remained the consolation that he was not to leave tlie city. • i i | ; Prof. Green look the platform to reply and no better, evidence of the high'estl-x matlon in which ho is" held could have boon shown than the warm applause that greeted him. It was with much feeling that he ipoko of his connection with the A\i*!oyan. His farewell to the students was tombing. He urged upon them tho necessity of h.ird work In school, saying that In <he student life there is nothing that will take the place of care...

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ON BEHALF OF THE FACULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

ON BEHALF OF THE FACULTY. Prof. Graham, on behalf of the facultv -said that it was with regret that good-bye must be said to Prof. Green, but that tho college world was over a changing world—about the time one became thoroughly attached good-bye was said. He spoke of tho years that Prof. Green bad been with the Wesleynn, saying that the faculty would greatly miss him'and his earnest work. He was one of the wisest legislators of tho faculty and second to bone as a teacher. The work the students Old uudor him .was good work, well done, end when-they finished the work under h'.xa they know It. > I ,

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REMEMBERED BY GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

REMEMBERED BY GIFTS. Mr. P. C. Buck, on behalf of the student body," next made a short address, paying, a 1 lgh tribute to tho character and ability of Prof. Green, closing by presenting him 'with an elegant oak desk, as a small token of the love they had for him. Prof. Gren replied, thanking the donors, and saying he would ever prize it and remember the occasion as one of the happiest In his entire life. Miss Agnes Ball of tho senior class, on behalf of tho class, took the platform and presented him with two elegantly hound books. Mr. Duck also eald good-byo to the seniors, presenting them a unique will, bearing the great seal of the university anj conveying to them coftaln property that had figured conspicuously in school life recently. > | , I -

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Semi-Centennial Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Semi-Centennial Celebration. Following a short intermission the semicentennial celebration in honor of Uio founding ol the Wesleynn was hold and pioved to bo all that had been anticipated. The chapel was filled aud enthusiasm was unrounded, Many alumni wore present nnO many friends of the Institution who were not alumni. A number of addresses A*eie made aud each was a strong plea for the Wrtsleyan and 'or oil small colleges. It was shortly after-10 o'clock when I'rusldent Smith rnppod for order. A collcKe alumni quartett. composed of Mr. anl Mrs. W. H. Korridt,.Judge R. A Jlu»sell and Mrs. Dr. -Welch, sang and were heartily encored, favoring the gathering with another selection. Following prayer by Rev. Dr. Whitlock of Mattooon, President Smith made a short address in reference to the centennial celebration, saying that if the growth of the Wesleyan for tlie half century had been a monstrous out, •ill that would have to be done would !»• to get together and tell the story, but *sueh...

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ADDRESS OF REV. DR. SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

ADDRESS OF REV. DR. SHORT. Rev. Dr. W. F. Short, presiding elder of the West Jacksonville district, was introduced.' He was the only graduate of 1831; and his presence on tho platform aroused considerable Interest. He spoke with much feeling of the early days of tho 'Wesleyan; told how he came to Bldomington to attend the'institution, arriving late at-nlght In n -wagon, having all the utensils for self-boarding. Among other ililngs, he said: "College life them days was crulte different from novr. College sports and athletics were uuhcard of. Wc had no base ball, no foot ball teams and no. jacht ciews. These diabolical Inventions for the the students, who arc more ' distinguished for brawn than brains, wera the product of some later and lazier genius. What a misfortune. - I might have become a really groat man If only I had the opportunity of a' broken nose, fractured ribs and dislocated joints. "A word about the faculty of those days. Dr. John Dempster; president, was a man of remar...

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WHO DR. SHORT IS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

WHO DR. SHORT IS. The second dogioo ever conferred by n B ,»; i ™ ll !'>™ D. A., upon rtev. Wil - am Hotelier Shoit, when- chai.icter, atacT" h """ "f 0 work ,ull >- Ji'otlfy'th s action. He was born in Ohio In 1529- nreJ& for ., C °!!T '" tl,e "»"•"« spools of J. J ° ,s ', sluuil - , 'l at McKondreo and com--1554, entered upon tho lulnlstrv in ISS.J *u,?,'V C "'"' KOS at Winchester, Carllnvillo, Hi lsboio and Jacksonville. In IS7I he succeeded George Jlullodge ns ptea!! "5, 1 dCT ° f , "'F J-eksonville uTstiict and .it the expiration of his term of of™»°i„ p°T° vre »} i } ani "f the Illinois FeX« Sh„ ee i ! - T " " " 0slll °" he » el " >"'«] n^'n.^"-" 0 rosl P' e<l to accept, the sufhi mi?, , en ° y » ,° f . Ul ° M " te Institution for tho blind, which was tendered him by Gov. Altgeld. Ohio Wesleyan recognized mm witmthe degree ol S. T D In i<!7<i and the Illinois conference gave'hlm distinction by.electi...

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ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT SMITH. Owing to Illness Dr. Wilder was not able and "V?, 6 " 0 "" '° "The Alumni null ~1 ecor(l . a "d President Smith filed the place on the piogramme, ronml i IB . he Wo . rl .' ?' tno >"""■ ftnd Present and paying a high tribute to the work S.i.„»?. . wno haVe mndo the university nmini \i ."V educati O'">l Institution. Duilng the halt century tho Wesleyan has given over 1,100 dcgiees. A stud/of figures as to attendance, he said, would, show- some interesting things. In point of graduation the last decade was larger than the preceding one. Last year the class was the largest in the history of the college of letters. Ho closed by eulogizing the graduates, who have risen to distinction, and by stating that the Wesleyan law school hub the hobt in'tho country, and had, the ablest faculty at The head of ft.

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PRAISES THE FACULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

PRAISES THE FACULTIES. The Faculty, Past and Present," was discussed by Dr. H. C. DeMotte, of the class of 'Ol. Among other things he said: To attempt a eulogy of the faculty—either paßt or present—is, in a measure at least, passing favorable Judgment upon him who now standb before you, for his years of service In that Held spans halt 'Uio fifty years. I presume, however, that we may apply that very convenient unwritten law of social life that present company is always excepted. The men and women, whose names on tho faculty roster now live and will continue to live in the memory of those for whom they labored, feuch teachers as Andrus, tho first instruc- ;?■',„, Wesleyan halls; Sears, Munsell, ,J, h "'s. Powell, Jacques, Potter, Crow, billing, Fry, Fallows, Adams and Wilder —past or, present—are the salt of the caith In educational circles. They are the authors and sustained of our advanced chribilan civlllzutlon. The college is the parent of the common tchool and college men and wo...

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THE WESLEYAN SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

THE WESLEYAN SPIRIT. "The Wesleyan Spirit—Ever tho Same," was discussed by Dr.'A. C. Byeily, D. JJ., '7l. The speaker bald It had always been .to the everlasting credit of tho Wosloynn that It had never faltered—it had always pushed ahead. One must have been a student, have been.ln these bolls to become inspired, and once In this condition it w,is never forgotten. It Is an ambitious spirit. In time wo will become what the fathers planned—a great university. With a governor of Illinois and a vice-president of tho United States as members of tho alumni we do not take off our hats to Ony of tho universities. A Wesleyan spirit forever! long live our old fashioned, ber loved mother." *

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PATRONIZING TERITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

PATRONIZING TERITORY. Tier. W. R. Wiley, of Xonnal, spoke of "The Patronizing Territory—an Empire." He said the patronizing territory of the Wesleyan was extremely large and that the veiy «>aiue thing to produce financial piosperity to this country is the very same thing to bring the patronage of the torrltoiy to the Wcsloyau and that was confidence—confldunce in the Institution. It never had as bright a prospect as it has today. Increase the confidence of the people of tlie country in the school aud all will be well. • t ,

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FIRST WOMAN GRADUATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

FIRST WOMAN GRADUATE. "The Alumni—Always Inditpensable," wan the subject, of Mrs. Hannah' K Shur, ",'>, the Ih-bt woman graduate. She stated that college statistics everywhere show a steady increase in the number of students. The ratio oC college Died men and women to the entire population is steadily Increasing and the speaker wished that th<> Influence of the school might be extended that a Carnegie or a Rockefeller might pour Into Its treasury thousands of dollors and prayers from consecrated : souls be snld to make Its future a power to bo felt over tho entire laud: ' -'

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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FROM THIS LAW CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

FROM THIS LAW CLASS. . Mr. B. M. Hobllt, of the law class of "'Ol, spoko upon the subject, "Wo Lawyers," und made one of (fhe most'interesting short talkb of the forenoon. He spoke of tho high dignity of the law and of the wido scope it took In. He Paid a high tribute to those In charge of the law school and what tho law school had done to advance the good of tho Wesleyan. ,

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THE UNDERGRADUATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

THE UNDERGRADUATES. Mr. W. 11. rornoy, of the clns.s of "01, spoko of "The Undergraduates—Wo Are the College." Among other things he said: "As the undei graduates of this Institution statfd In the shadow of the departing fifty jeath and look with hopotul 05es at the serene and golden dawning of the half .century yet to bo, they appreciate more than words can tell the acts of the generous hands and Hie prayers of tlio loving hearts that through all th6se years, have kept the doois of this college open .tor them. They feel the debt they owe to those who did not forget, when college times dwelled only In memory's nook, the resolutions they had made. "Whon tho contennlal of this Institution Is celebrated by a geneiation yot to come" tho present classes trust that on that far Off day' this school w 111 not bo esteemed ns a groat uulvoislty or a ileh mau's college, but'that It will be regarded aud respected as one of the best Institutions, as one that roally trios to develop eharnccr and ...

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DENLINGER ON SMALL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

DENLINGER ON SMALL COLLEGE. Rov. Dr. Denllnger was ne\i lntioduced and spoke on the smaller college. Ho said, among other things: "I am very enthusiastic over the work and good done by the smaller colleges. Yesterday I was at Carllnvllle, wbeie Blackburn unlvoislty held a most enthusiastic commencement. It is a small college and has a'past of which any college may be proud, and its alumni friends ate now tallying to Its support as the friends of the Wesleyan are doing todo>. Blackburn, as well as the Wesleyan, Is being benefitted u.y the return movement of conviction that is sotting In every whole in the place and lmpoi lance of the small college." Following Dr. Denlinger's address President Smith arose and explained the pioposed plan of the "Twentieth Century Guild of the Illinois Wesleyan Unherslty," and subscrlptlou'blunks were passed through the audience. A largo number were signed for various sums, others weie left unsigned and will be reported before the commencemen...

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Afternoon Session. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Afternoon Session. The first thing of tho afternoon was the mooting of the Alumni Asoclatlou, which gathered at 1:30. After discussing matters of Intel est to the association the following officers for he year yere elected: ' ' President—Miss Jonnlo Ryburn, Bloomlngton. Vice-President—Mr. Herbert Powell, Falrbury.' .». , Secretary and Treasurer —Dr. „Joseph Hawks, illoomiiigton.

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ORGANIZATION OF GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

ORGANIZATION OF GUILD. immediately following tho alumni meollng thoso Interested in the guild .movement met and organized as follows: Piesident—lt. A. Russoll. n Vice-Piesideuts—Rlcbnrd Crewes, .Mrs. Hannah Shur, H. K. Dculinger, Samuel Van Pelt. 'J. C. Nate. i Recording Secretary—Calvin RayUuru. Tieasuier—W. It. Wiley. , Corresponding Secretary—H .0. Stone. The olllcers are to be the executive committee. {

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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MEETING OP THE TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

MEETING OP THE TRUSTEES. Wednesday was a busy day for the trustees and many matters were discussed at the two'tscßbions. At the ilrsl sotslon tho following committees were appointed: Organization—J. T. Orr, W. S. Calhoun, A. K. Tullis, J. E- Connor. Post Graduate Work—Prost Craft, W. H. Wilder, G. H:'Palmer, Sain Welty, R. B. Williams, 11. Crewes. Faculty—L H. Korrlck, W. 11. Wilder, W. A. Smith, J. A. Kumler, Thomas Doney, W. R. Wiley, Sain Welty, W. W. Whitmore, J. S. Gumming. Music, Art; Elocution—W. A. Smith, G. E. Scrlmger, P. J. Giddlng, Mrs. Emily S. Van Dolah, W. R. Wiley. '. i ' Preparatory School—B. P. Punk, Sain Welty, It. B. Williams, Dr. N. McConnick, W. S. Calhoun, Joseph Bell. Finance—A. Mann, Dr. C. H. Long, W. B. Harvey, Thomas Douey, J. S. Cuiuming, H. R. Prentice, J. A. Kumler, Sain Welty, George P. Davis, W. W. Whitmore, Peter Whltmer, Mrs. Buck, Jesse Mcharry. ■ > < Degrees—R. Crewes, G. K. Palmer, A. K. Tullls, C. H. Long, Frost Craft, O. ...

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