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RUSSELL E. LUTES
every college man who has lived through the first
term of his freshman year and profited thereby.
The term "collegiate" and all the mannerisms and
barbarisms that went with It, were largely created by
the efforts of college humor magazines to be humorous. Youth was played up for all it was worth. The
"glorious drama of American youth" was
eagerly gulped down by high school students and
parents througout the country. Dilapidated Fords, hatless heads, queer styles, all gave
exterior evidence that the American college man was
an animal out of the ordinary. But college students
themselves have long looked upon freaks, radicals,
and outlanders with disfavor. Underneath a
attitude they have always maintained
a sane and serious conception of their duty in life.
They have exercised as good Judgment in picking
their officers and their leaders as any group in the
had they-beepolitical worWr which would
as painted by the feature writers and movie producers. But every freshman knows this.
Dean Doyle, like Don Quixote, has perhaps done a
great deal in smashing Illusions. He has at least
proved beyond doubt that college boys or college men
are human. Virginia Tech.
Parting time has come again, but only for a short
Weeks of repose and quiet on the campus, then the eternal
of school will begin
The summer, successful from every point of view
foretells more successful years of summer sessions in
the future. It has strengthened the good old name
of the University, provided many and diverse ways
profitable hours to those who have been connected
with the Institution, and has fostered the spirit of
growth so noticeable in the University.
The Kernel hopes that those who attended the
University for the first time this summer have realized its beauty and true worth as do those who have
loved it for many years. The Kernel also wishes that
these same students will return in trie fall to claim
the University of Kentucky as their alma mater.
After much fuss and ado. the report on "collegiat-ism- "
compiled by Dean Doyle of George Washington
University, has been completed and released to the
newspapers. A report of the findings of the deans of
the country was published in the Virginia Tech a few
weeks ago, and editorial mention has been made of it
from time to time.
The report may have been worth the time and
effort expended upon it in so far as it dispelled some
illusions held by outsiders as to what "college boys"
really are. But everything said by the learned deans
all over the country has been common knowledge to
SPIRIT OF BEAUTY
She came at dawn from the reddening east
While the world was all
Clad in a thin grey veil of mist.
I know for I saw her blush
As she hid from me her features fair
And vanished In the morning air.
I sought for her in the golden west
Where the sunset banners fly;
When the ebon mantle of night comes down
Out of the scarlet sky.
I am sure that I saw, her smiling there
With a tangle of stars in her golden hair.
The dark hills stretch to the far away,
Away to the horizon's blue.
I saw her there like a child at play
SJnglng the songs my boyhood knew
Of kingdoms fair beyond the seas;
Of Spanish castles and argosies.
Dimunltlve as it is, the State the
ater has filled a need In Lexington's
Rlalo, as may be seen in its recent
program of returning popular pic
tures at a lower price than first
shown here. "Clara Bow Week"
went over so well that this week Al
Jolson's latest and best liked pic
tures monopolize the State silver- We
sheet and the vitaphone.
hope that this policy will bo continued, for many times high prices
or crowded theaters have kept us
from seeing our favorite star In a
new picture. Bo we throw a large
sized bouquet at the box office of
the State theater, cool,- - well equipped, and beautifully decorated, and
showing first class pictures.
Warner Bras. Picture at Kentucky
One of the most popular
of a decade ago, "The Time,
the Place and the Girl," which de
lighted audiences all over the country, has been converted into a
sparkling screen comedy by Warner
Brothers, and Is coming to the Kentucky Sunday. The story concerns
a conceited football hero turned
bond salesman who draws the attractive Long Island society matron about him but cannot sell
Grant Withers takes the
and does it
well, so well in fact, that it is not
fitting to compare him with others.
Betty Compson, who has staged
such a spectacular come-bac- k
talking pictures, plays the part of
love with the
the society matron in
college boy, and Gertrude Olmstead
carries off a rather inane part of
the co-e- d
In love with the great
big football man, who follows him
to Wall street and finally saves him
from Jail, then marries him.
Peggy Wood at Ben AU
"Wonder of Women," epic of mar
ried life and the much heralded
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A story of a man who loved two
VIRGIL LEON STURGILL.
PENS, PENCILS and
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mann's "The Wife of Stephen
Tromholt" will come to the Ben All
Sunday as the latest triumph of
Clarence Brown, its director.
Excellent setting include an entire
replica of a German village, a great
opera house, concert hall, German
railway stations and trains, rcpro- Peggy Wood, famous stage star of
"Candida," "The Clinging Vine,"
and other successes, gives a great
performance as the wife of a composer of symphonies who is prey to
the beauty of women. Lewis Stone,
who has the part of her husband,
Stephen Tromholt, plays his role
with splendid balance and sureness.
The barren birches bend and sway,
The tall oaks creak in pain;
The dead leaves fall on the cold, dark ground
To the drumbeats of the rain.
Wherever I would this spirit And
Is the chill of autumn and moaning wind.
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