Excerpt from 1914 Arbutus
Prior to the Indiana vs. Illinois football game last fall, a number of former university athletes met at the Claypool Hotel in Indianapolis and formed a permanent organization of the I Men. Every athlete who had ever received a university monogram was made a member. The purpose of the organization is to bind more closely together the men who had battled for the cream and crimson and to render service in various ways to present-day athletics in Bloomington. The organization has been, even in this short time, a wonderful success; the interest shown by the men who wore the cream and crimson for the last time, has been remarkable. The organization has a broad field of usefulness before it, which it is speedily setting about to fulfill. Carl Endicott is president of the I Men, Dr. C. J. Sembower, vice president, and George M. Cook, secretary.