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For more than 150 years, Indiana University Bloomington's student-produced newspaper, the Indiana Daily Student, has grown and changed with the times and the school. Generations of student journalists, armed with notepads, cameras and a tireless devotion, have pursued both local and national stories since the newspaper's debut in 1867. In Indiana Daily Student: 150 Years of Headlines, Deadlines and Bylines, editors and IDS alumni Rachel Kipp, Amy Wimmer Schwarb and Charles Scudder piece together behind-the-scenes remembrances from former IDS reporters and photographers, newsroom images from throughout the decades and a curated collection of notable IDS front pages. From coverage of the end of World War I to the selection of Herman B Wells as IU's president to the Hoosiers' national basketball championship titles to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the IDS has chronicled news from a student perspective. Today, it serves as a training ground for fledgling journalists who have gone on to be monumental voices in American and global media. Remembrances from some of the most prominent journalists to emerge from the IDS are included here: among them, publisher and journalism philanthropist Nelson Poynter; National Public Radio television critic Eric Deggans; and Pulitzer Prize winners Ernie Pyle, Thomas French and Melissa Farlow. While at IU, students at the IDS built and maintained beloved traditions they continue to share today, all while offering a full spectrum of coverage for their readers. The first book on the paper's history, Indiana Daily Student offers a comprehensive celebration of the newspaper's achievements, as well as historic front pages, photographs and personal narratives from current and former IDS journalists.


Foreword: The IDS, Held Up to Light / Amy Wimmer Schwarb, BAJ 1998



Introduction


'Allegiance to No Faction': A History of the IDS / Ray E. Boomhower, BA 1982, MA 1995


In the World, on Campus, at the Newsroom / Jamie Zega, BAJ 2018


1. 1867–1914


Reflection: In the Beginning / Marjorie Smith Blewett, BA 1948


From the Archives: Infant IDS Lives Again as Dr. Bryan Reminisces / from the IDS, October 10, 1954


Profile: Florence Myrick Ahl / from the 2011 IU School of Journalism Centennial Distinguished Alumni Award program


From the Archives: The Course in Journalism / from the 1908 Arbutus


2. 1915–1938


Reflection: Returning from War to a Time of Growth / J. Dwight Peterson, BA 1919, LLD 1966


Behind the Story: An Innovative—and Dusty—Tradition / Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002


From the Archives: It's in the Air / from the IDS, September 5, 1922


Behind the Story: The Keepers of IDS Traditions / Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002


Behind the Story: Tight Times, Newspaper Extras and a Brush with Ernie Pyle / Robert C. Pebworth, BA 1932


From the Archives: 'He Died for the Republic' / from the IDS, October 5, 1922


3. 1939–1954


Reflection: The 'Lucky Coincidence' That Led to a Historic Extra / Winston Fournier, BA 1946


Profile: John E. Stempel / adapted from the IDS, January 22, 1982


From the Archives: 'The Hurt Has Become Too Great' / adapted from the IDS, April 28, 1945


Reflection: An 'Endless' Wait—and Then a Two-Day Nap / Mary Monroe, BA 1946


Behind the Story: Chronicling 'On-Track Feats and Off-Track Warts' / John Schwarb, BAJ 1996


Reflection: Linotype Memories / Marjorie Smith Blewett, BA 1948


From the Archives: 'The Shack' Still Lives . . . in Our Hearts / from the IDS, May 29, 1954


4. 1955–1969


Reflection: Racing Deadline / Myrna Oliver, BA 1964


Behind the Story: The Breaking News That Shaped a Generation / Joel Whitaker, BS 1964, MA 1971


Reflection: When the Editor is Edited / Craig Klugman, BA 1967


Reflection: From Bloomington to Abbey Road / Alan Sutton, BA 1970


From the Archives: Kennedy Asks That Indianapolis Crowd Pray For King Family / from the IDS, April 5, 1968


Behind the Story: The Indiana Daily Student: Evaluation and Suggestions / adapted from the Board of Aeons Report


5. 1970–1981


Profile: Jack Backer / adapted from the IDS, December 6, 1982


Reflection: Finding a Place behind the Camera / Melissa Farlow, BA 1974


Reflection: Covering Knight's Hoosiers / Mark Montieth, BAJ 1977


From the Archives: 'Breaking Away' Superficial, Trivial / from the IDS, April 23, 1979


Reflection: The Tribe of Ernie Pyle Hall / Thomas French, BAJ 1980


From the Archives: Why the Daily Student Is Discontinuing Free Papers / from the IDS, March 12, 1981


Behind the Story: Training Ground for Pulitzer Winners / Charles Scudder, BAJ 2014


6. 1982–1996


From the Archives: Carmichael Lived through His Music / from the IDS, January 5, 1982


Behind the Story: CompuScum, VDTs and That Garish Gold / Paul Heaton, BA 1984


Reflection: Prepared in More Ways Than One / Eric Deggans, BA 1990


Profile: Pat Siddons / adapted from the IDS, September 1, 2004


Behind the Story: The Night I Used a Nick's Menu as a Straightedge / Kathryn Flynn, BA 1987


Behind the Story: City Editor and . . . Fashion Aficionado? / Kevin Corcoran, BA 1988


From the Archives: IDS Editors Still Ponder at Ernie's Desk / from the IDS, October 8, 1953


Behind the Story: The Semester I Gave the Campus Sex Advice / Joe Vince, BAJ 1997


Reflection: All I Really Need to Know, I Learned in Backshop / Jeff Vrabel, BAJ 1997


Profile: John Jackson / adapted from the IDS, March 18, 1996


From the Archives: IDS Online Edition Now Available on Internet / from the IDS, October 22, 1996


7. 1997–2008


Reflection: Writing for the Campus—and for Grandma Millie / Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002


From the Archives: Our Own Jolly St. Nick / from the IDS, March 20, 2000


Reflection: 'Our World Was Changing before Our Eyes' / Gina Czark, BAJ 2002


Reflection: The Drive to Be First—and the Torture of Being Wrong / Aaron Sharockman, BAJ 2003


Reflection: On Diversity at the IDS and in Daily Life / George Lyle IV, BAJ 2005


Profile: David L. Adams / from the IDS, June 4, 2007


Behind the Story: Ending the Semester with a Splash


8. 2009–Present


Reflection: Goodnight, Brian / Biz Carson, BAJ 2012


Profile: Ron Johnson / Michael Auslen, BAJ 2014


Reflection: Moving Out, Moving On / Charles Scudder, BAJ 2014


From the Archives: The IDS Will No Longer Print Five Days a Week, and That Is Ok / from idsnews.com March 27, 2017


Reflection: Changes and Challenges / Jim Rodenbush


Afterword / Ruth Witmer, BA 1987


Final Word / Herman B Wells, BS 1924, MA 1927



Appendix: IDS Editors-in-Chief, 1867–2018


Contributors

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INDIANA DAILY STUDENT

INDIANA DAILY STUDENT
150 YEARS
of Headlines, Deadlines and Bylines
Edited by
RACHEL KIPP, AMY WIMMER SCHWARB and CHARLES SCUDDER
With contributions from generations of Indiana Daily Student staff

AN IMPRINT OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
This book is a publication of
WELL HOUSE BOOKS
an imprint of
Indiana University Press
Office of Scholarly Publishing
Herman B Wells Library 350
1320 East 10th Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47405 USA
iupress.indiana.edu
2019 by Indiana University Alumni Association Inc.
All rights reserved
Proceeds from this book support the Indiana Daily Student Legacy Fund, which ensures IDS journalists will continue producing the first draft of IU history for years to come.
No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.
This book is printed on acid-free paper.
Manufactured in China
Cataloging information is available from the Library of Congress.
ISBN 978-0-253-04612-3 (cloth)
ISBN 978-0-253-04615-4 (ebook)
1 2 3 4 5 24 23 22 21 20 19
Dedicated to the staff of the Indiana Daily Student -past, present and future .
Contents
Foreword The IDS, Held Up to Light Amy Wimmer Schwarb, BAJ 1998
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Allegiance to No Faction : A History of the IDS Ray E. Boomhower, BA 1982, MA 1995
In the World, on Campus, at the Newsroom Jamie Zega, BAJ 2018
1 1867-1914
REFLECTION In the Beginning Marjorie Smith Blewett, BA 1948
FROM THE ARCHIVES Infant IDS Lives Again As Dr. Bryan Reminisces from the IDS, October 10, 1954
PROFILE Florence Myrick Ahl from the 2011 IU School of Journalism Centennial Distinguished Alumni Award program
FROM THE ARCHIVES The Course in Journalism from the 1908 Arbutus
2 1915-1938
REFLECTION Returning From War to a Time of Growth J. Dwight Peterson, BA 1919, LLD 1966
BEHIND THE STORY An Innovative-and Dusty-Tradition Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002
FROM THE ARCHIVES It s in the Air from the IDS, September 5, 1922
BEHIND THE STORY The Keepers of IDS Traditions Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002
REFLECTION Tight Times, Newspaper Extras and a Brush With Ernie Pyle Robert C. Pebworth, BA 1932
FROM THE ARCHIVES He Died for the Republic from the IDS, October 10, 1954
3 1939-1954
REFLECTION The Lucky Coincidence That Led to a Historic Extra Winston Fournier, BA 1946
PROFILE John E. Stempel adapted from the IDS, January 22, 1982
FROM THE ARCHIVES The Hurt Has Become Too Great adapted from the IDS, April 28, 1945
REFLECTION An Endless Wait-and Then a Two-Day Nap Mary Monroe, BA 1946
BEHIND THE STORY Chronicling On-Track Feats and Off-Track Warts John Schwarb, BAJ 1996
REFLECTION Linotype Memories Marjorie Smith Blewett, BA 1948
FROM THE ARCHIVES The Shack Still Lives in Our Hearts from the IDS, May 29, 1954
4 1955-1969
REFLECTION Racing Deadline Myrna Oliver, BA 1964
BEHIND THE STORY The Breaking News That Shaped a Generation Joel Whitaker, BS 1964, MA 1971
REFLECTION When the Editor Is Edited Craig Klugman, BA 1967
REFLECTION From Bloomington to Abbey Road Alan Sutton, BA 1970
FROM THE ARCHIVES Kennedy Asks That Indianapolis Crowd Pray for King Family from the IDS, April 5, 1968
BEHIND THE STORY The Indiana Daily Student: Evaluation and Suggestions adapted from the Board of Aeons Report, fall 1965
5 1970-1981
PROFILE Jack Backer adapted from the IDS, December 6, 1976
REFLECTION Finding a Place Behind the Camera Melissa Farlow, BA 1974
REFLECTION Covering Knight s Hoosiers Mark Montieth, BAJ 1977
FROM THE ARCHIVES Breaking Away Superficial, Trivial from the IDS, April 23, 1979
REFLECTION The Tribe of Ernie Pyle Hall Thomas French, BAJ 1980
FROM THE ARCHIVES Why the Daily Student Is Discontinuing Free Papers from the IDS, March 12, 1981
BEHIND THE STORY Training Ground for Pulitzer Winners Charles Scudder, BAJ 2014
6 1982-1996
FROM THE ARCHIVES Carmichael Lived Through His Music from the IDS, January 5, 1982
BEHIND THE STORY CompuScum, VDTs and That Garish Gold Paul Heaton, BA 1984
REFLECTION Prepared in More Ways Than One Eric Deggans, BA 1990
PROFILE Pat Siddons adapted from the IDS, September 1, 2004
BEHIND THE STORY The Night I Used a Nick s Menu as a Straightedge Kathryn Flynn, BA 1987
BEHIND THE STORY City Editor and Fashion Aficionado? Kevin Corcoran, BA 1988
BEHIND THE STORY The Semester I Gave the Campus Sex Advice Joe Vince, BAJ 1997
REFLECTION All I Really Need to Know, I Learned in Backshop Jeff Vrabel, BAJ 1997
FROM THE ARCHIVES IDS Editors Still Ponder at Ernie s Desk from the IDS, October 8, 1953
PROFILE John Jackson adapted from the IDS, March 18, 1996
FROM THE ARCHIVES IDS Online Edition Now Available on Internet from the IDS, October 22, 1996
7 1997-2008
REFLECTION Writing for the Campus-and for Grandma Millie Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002
FROM THE ARCHIVES Our Own Jolly St. Nick from the IDS, March 20, 2000
REFLECTION Our World Was Changing Before Our Eyes Gina Czark, BAJ 2002
REFLECTION The Drive to Be First-and the Torture of Being Wrong Aaron Sharockman, BAJ 2003
REFLECTION On Diversity at the IDS and in Daily Life George Lyle IV, BAJ 2005
PROFILE David L. Adams from the IDS, June 4, 2007
BEHIND THE STORY Ending the Semester With a Splash
8 2009-Present
REFLECTION Goodnight, Brian Biz Carson, BAJ 2012
PROFILE Ron Johnson Michael Auslen, BAJ 2014
REFLECTION Moving Out, Moving On Charles Scudder, BAJ 2014
FROM THE ARCHIVES The IDS Will No Longer Print Five Days a Week, and That Is Ok from idsnews.com March 27, 2017
REFLECTION Changes and Challenges Jim Rodenbush
Postscript
AFTERWORD Ruth Witmer, BA 1987
Appendix IDS Editors in Chief, 1867-2018
Contributors
FINAL WORD Herman B Wells, BS 1924, MA 1927
Foreword
THE IDS, HELD UP TO LIGHT
More than four dozen color slides live in a shoebox on a top shelf of my laundry room. They were shot by Jay Hagenow, the IDS photo editor during my stint as editor in chief. In a chaotic college newsroom, he was a friendly, unflappable force, even in my haggard final days as its leader.
I was tired by then, resigned to the idea that I was a lame duck whose lofty goals for the semester would not be realized. Jay s slides contain clues that my tenure was limping toward its end: The Salvador Dali poster I hung carefully in my office before classes started dangles from a single thumbtack. The sports staff plays trash-can basketball; midway through the semester, I had confiscated a football after their antics perturbed the campus desk.
In one shot, I edit a story from a computer positioned not on Ernie Pyle s rolltop throne-the workspace of honor awarded to every IDS editor in chief of my era-but atop a standard metal office desk. The caption for this photo should read: Ready to relinquish.
In Jay s slides we consult over stories, hash out budget lines, pore over copy, hug, steal one another s fries, laugh, nap on the couch, proof pages, select photos, call sources, eat too many Pizza Express breadsticks, put out a paper. Yet they document more than the everyday goings-on of a college newsroom. In these images, our tasks appear elevated. The scenes are lush with color and depth. Even the dingy, earth-toned textured wallpaper-remember the olive and brown vertical stripes, 1970s, 80s and 90s IDSers?-appears warm and multidimensional.
Perhaps the preserved vibrance of slide film manages this feat. Or maybe the vitality is released by holding the frames up to light to reveal their magic.
When my co-editors and I launched this book project, we didn t know which version of the IDS story would emerge. Would the stories told from memory be Kodachrome, with colors more rich than real? Would our tendency to romanticize the IDS soften its edges like Vaseline on a lens? Could a bunch of nostalgic alumni-not just the editors, but the more than two dozen other former IDSers who contributed to this project-be trusted to get their own story right?
We found our answer at the IU Archives. Beyond the original editions of the newspaper itself-nearly 20,000 published since the first in 1867-the preserved documents from IDS history are sparse, made up of just three bankers boxes of materials. Packed within them, though, is the raw and honest story the IDS has told about itself from the beginning.
Among the treasures found in this repository are page after page of daily critiques of the paper, such as Department of Journalism chair John Stempel s assessment of a September 1938 issue. The band story on page one smacks of propaganda, he wrote. It might have been handled a little less baldly. I m for the band, but. Also among the files are handwritten reader notes the IDS staff chose to save, such as the one scribbled on the front page of a 1954 edition: It is a disgrace to allow such a paper as this to go out. And this page is a fair example of what the Student has been for some time.

Editor-in-Chief Amy Wimmer consults with Campus Editor Jake Goshert, fall 1995. Photo courtesy of Jay Hagenow .

Page designer and columnist Jeff Vrabel plays trash-can basketball, fall 1995. Photo courtesy of Jay Hagenow .

Communal french fries, fall 1995. Photo courtesy of Jay Hagenow .

News meeting, fall 1995.

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