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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Fall Term Opens September
3 at Southern Brothers
President H. B. Southern, Jr.,
yesterday that the unusual
number of advance enrollments that
nre now registered nt the school's
ofllcc for students who will enter at
the opening of Its fourteenth annual fall term, September 3 and
September 9, is a splendid indication that this fall will mark a record attendance in this institution.
The Southern Bros. Fugazzi School
is now offering a special proposition
to all students who enroir-wltthem
by mall, thereby eliminating the
personal call of a representative.
This amounts to quite a saving to
the prospective student, and all who
are pannilng to take a business
course, cither this fall or winter, arc
urged to get in touch with the
school's office and request information concerning this special offer
for enrollment by mail.
NEW STENOTVPK DEPARTMENT
With already a class of some fifteen or sixteen students taking the
subject of Stenotypc, which is the
machine way of writing shorthand,
and with as many more advance
enrollments already registered in
the school's office for this subject,
the new stenotypc department,
which was added to the school's curriculum one year ago, promises to
become one of the leading departments in the institution. This is due
largely to the fact that students, in
a shorter length of time are learning
to write one hundred and fifty words
per minute rapid dictation. Present
day business demands good stenographers and Secretaries, efficient and
rapid in their work
If you are interested in securing
a modern business training, either
this fall or winter, it will pay you
to communicate with the scholo's
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122 N. Upper
KERNEL PRESS IN CAMPUS CASE
"A Year in the Oil Fields," Confess to Kohbery of J, H.
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at Pacific will be in Lcxlnpton In lime for
San Francisco opening or the fall ucmeiter.
.lr" i R.r"Jn?..! rc:
Rhythm Kings orchestra, who have part of September. They are, all
spent the summer playing on the connected with the University and
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BERKELEY, Calif. Steam shov
els have started excavations for the
of John D. Rockefeller Jr., to the
University of California.
The new building, to house stu
dents of all nations, will occupy approximately a square block. It will
provide accommodations for 450
of these being
reserved for Americans.
In adition to commodious sleeping quarters, the house will contain
large social halls, discussion group
rooms for consideration of international problems, small dining rooms
and kitchens in which various foreign groups may serve dinners in
their national style, an auditorium
seating between 800 ahd 1,000 persons.
In anticipation of 'the opening of
the building in August, 1930, Director Allen C. Blaisdell, son of the
president of Claremont College, is
laying plans for an International
student organiflation which will
start functioning with the opening
of the university this year.
will greatly nppreclnta the'
comfort made possible by a
Perfect I'ermancnt VMve
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S. 8. President
Three men were arrested last Fri"A Year in the Oil Fields," by
James Levi Horlachcr, father of L. day morning by police station deJ. Horlachcr, asistant dean of the tectives of the Lexington Police DeCollege of Agriculture, is Just off partment, having confessed to the
the Kentucky Kernel press. It is a robbing of the office of J. H. Hardy- 68 page booklet dealing with life man iw Company, contractors, late
and problems of the Texas oil fields Thursday night, on the University
campus near the site of the new
as seen by Mr. Horlachcr.
The table of contents shows six library.
The men were Ernest E. Bentloy,
chapter headings, including "Starting for the Oil Fields," "Odd Jobs," 33 years old, Lynchburg, Va., who
had been out of the Atlanta pent
"A Gusher," "New Companies," "Social Problems," and "Labor Prob- tentlary only 25 days; Charles Wil
and Wilson brother,
George, both of Bristol, Va.
In the concluding chapter on laBentley and Charles Wilson, ac
bor problems Mr. Horlachcr says:
"In the controversies between capi- cordinginto detectives, admitted conthe oifice of the
tal and labor there is a third party .broke
struction company Thursday night
which is generally ignored and that
and stole a transit and tripod val
is the public. Strikes and lockouts
$250, two tape lines, several
are unprofitable to all parties alike, jucd at
inasiiiiyiiig glass, ine
and there ought to be better meth- arrestunu a;i fourth man, W. H. Mic
ods of settling or arbitrating differkey, 333 South Upper street, for
ences. It is a hopeful sign that
strikes are not as common as they came whenPilot Mountain, N. C,
once were. . . Labor is a necessity Wilson did Bentley said he and
not have the stolen
but without capital the demand for goods, but had
it would be small. There is a dignity place for Mickeyhidden themshortly
about labor that demands respect
alter they left the office on the
It has rights that must be recand
night of the robbery.
ognized and respected."
Officers who took part in the
In conclusion he says: "Man does case were Capt. Thomas P. Hanley,
not attain his greatest development chief of detectives, and Detective
where everything is perfect and liv- Claude Embry, Joseph Harrigan,
ing requires little effort, but rather Marshall Jelley and John L. Sellers.
he reaches the peak where life is
something of a battle with the
"Heard you were sick, Jim."
"Yea; I had the chimney disease.'
"Chimney disease? What's that?'
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Registrar's Office Is Now Receiving Enrollments for
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