The Kentucky Kernel
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HERE SMALL THE KERNEL PRIM ALL
WILBUR O. FRYK
THOMAS L. RILEY
. Etor-ln-CWMuuitni Editor
Mm, you must eaten too spirit ol tnc aoy tne angcl but yen I know her there she l-sspirit of banta Uiuus. Many pcopiu nave au- - over there in the blue. She's tho one.
covered tins spirit, and tuat is wnnt manes
God what a racket?
Not the orchestra
unriitmas so giorious. Littio cnildren arc muuc surely why don't they tone it down?'
nappy, tne poor get nelp in tneir cneeness jour
Yeh maybe. What's the use?
nuy, tno privileged ciaas nnd joy in scrvico, anu
Drink? After all
enrist becomes tno center oi tne tnougnt oi uu.
"Mo banta ClausI 'inanic Uocil lie lives, aua
he lives lorever. A tnousand years from now,
Virginia, nay, ten times ten tnousond years
irom now, ho will continue to mane glad tne
ncarts of childhood" and mankind.
It Is a
ARE ATHLETICS ON
Distinctly uid mot nupuiuun, announcement
in the realm of Kentucky coilcgiato athletic
activities this week Is that emanating from the
president of Kentucky Wesleyan strlKing the
death knell to football at that institution,
tilgnincant as it applies to Kentucicy Wcsicyan,
it Is even more significant as an expression oi
tho possible tenor of tne stand to be taxen by
institutions of like scope and realm. To tne
student body at the university wnere lootban
is such an integral part of
the idea of collegiate existence wltnout representation in that sport is inconceivable. Yet to
the smaller colleges and universities of the
country tho step taken by the officials of Kentucky Wesleyan is a solemn warning of what
appears to Tho Kernel as the inevitable.
The question most frequently asked as a
result of the action of this neighboring college
concerns the national outlook of college football.
Are athletics on the wane? Incongruous as It
may appear at first glance, the banning of football at Kentucky Wesleyan Is a most emphatic
denial to this assertion. Collegiate football has
taken a greater hold upon the student body and
the public than has any other activity of Its
nature in the present decade. True It IS that
football is becoming more and more a "big time"
affair, and that as such it must certainly draw
farther and farther away from those smaller
institutions unable to deal with it as such. That
football and athletics in general are not-owane, however, is, after careful consideration,
an incontrovertible fact
Students at Kentucky Wesleyan will not derive much satisfaction from the fact that the
officials In their instituion were but following
the wise course in their action. It has been a
great blow to those who during their college
careers have gone through defeat and victory
with their team. The Kernel can but express
sincere sympathy toward the student body of
Kentucky Wesleyan who in years past proved
such worthy and sportsmanlike opponents of
our own Wildcats in that sport Just abandoned.
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Friday, December 19, 1930
ROSE BOWL GAME
NEW YEAR'S DAY
ENDS BEST YEAR
LUNCH at BENTON'S
We servo hot chicken, croquettes, soups, chilli, tfeHcis
salads and dainty sandwiches. . UnvsNally fine
pies and cakes
good dance somehow I hardly expect
ed that it would be. lane for Instance that
ugnting scheme bet Pedro thought of It nice
Jullt OUIowy oiiect of tne orchestra too not so brassy gooa
on waltzes always liked them anyway. mm
HlWi Editor just to sit and watch couples and more couples
ASSISTANT NEWS MDITORS
rfiiaing smootnly along tne lloor. Strange fasWilliam Staler
cination aoout it all as If ono entered a now
Look at that big blond now bet she's
AHSlflTANT SOCIETY EDITORS
Emily Hardin a rotten dancer no, it's tier partner that's
Polly Raea twice he's stepped on her foot.
Drink? No thanks, I'm on tho wagon. By
VERNON D. ROOKS
Aatlatant byuru Laiuii the way, Hank, is tho lady friend here? Fine,
El but McDonald
I'll Iook. her up. Better watch out nope I'd
rather not. See you later.
Take Hank now best pal ever but can't
a party without liquor seems to think the
two go together liquor and women. Often
Fannie Ourle Woodbead wondered about it but say, who's that with
P. Davis Rankin
Buck? I like that dress, blue taffeta, I think,
Just about match her eyes probably. I ought
to know her face seems familiar and she's
Mary Prince Fowler
smiling guess I do know her. Anyway I think
May I cut? Sorry, Buck.
Mary OaUoway Griffith
Mary Virginia HaUey
Eyes are blue, and lashes long knew they
Mary Alice Salyers.
would be. She looks rather surprised, maybe
o. b. corfman
I don't know her ought to say something but
never mind I'll try that new step. Tricked
COLEMAN R. SMITH
Buaneat Manager her no pretty smooth dancer and light as a
feather. Damn why do people have to break?
W. W. Sacra
Hullo, Ray, pretty good party eh? No, not
Advertlalag Maaagfr tonight, In busy.
ALBERT J. KTKEL
H. P. Klrkmaa
Guess I'd better get the duty dance don- eAt
have to dance with that girl from home nice
Circulation Manager girl
but not much of a hoofer.
KENTUCKY KERNEL PLATFORM
Now to find what is her name? No matter,
A Csaapu Beaatlfal she wears a blue dress. Here we are same
DUatmlntton of University News to Keatacky
smile something about her reminds me of that
Strict Observance ef Laws aaa
girl on the coast last summer 'cept she's different. I'd like to know her name must be
quite young probably someone's little sister,
KATHERINE PHELPS, Editor
Isn't she quiet? That's what I like though, Just
to dance most girls talk too much.
In answer to the above question, Francis P. Slipped? Sorry.
Sing a song of love, a song of love a
Church, then of the New York Sun, wrote to a Hold her tighter ellm waist hardly an arm- song of hate,
little girl named Virginia, and said In part
fuL Someone's cutting, is he?
Then close the book and rest, 'tis
"Yes, Virginia, there Is a Santa Glaus. He
ought to Join him but I'm in
exists as certainly as love and generosity and no mood for his funny stories. That girl in the
devotion exist, and you know that they abound green women like that ought not to drink-ma- kes For if the singer sings too long
and give to your life Its highest beauty and Joy.
of love, or hate
Guess I'd better dance
Alas I how dreary would be the world If there with Hank's girl talks a lot I knew but she The night brings dreams, of horrid
were no Santa ClausI There would be no Is attractive.
faith then, no poetry, no romance to Thanks.
And sleep that falls to rest.
make tolerable this existence. We should have
ROBERT E. SHARON.
Now to return It's a pleasure to find someno enjoyment except In sense and sight. No one like
her somehow not like the others.
body can see Santa Claus but the most real
Wonder if she'd like to stroll outside might
things In the world are those that neither chil not
A little smile a kiss and
understand so I don't suppose we shall.
dren nor men see."
was ail-- But
Look at the moon shining through that window
You are about to lay aside, your studies for and that corner, dim and secluded. What's
in that smile and
a short period to celebrate, the most beautiful that rong about the moon and the girl in my
in that kiss
of all our holidays Christmas. Back of this arms? Never could remember words, anyway.
Heaven was mine or
day Is the birth of a. babe In Bethlehem, Who
Hell as black as night
A smile Is important those lips so red-wo- nder
gave to the world its greatest example of dedIf they should go. . . .
it's done cool and sweet Just as I
ication, devotion, love and sacrifice.
expected. Heavens, she seems frightened. Don't
Most of us have come;to; look upon this sea- cry bet she's never been kissd by a man be
Heaven was mine for a
son as a time for getting, what we want We
month of buss-N- ow
foremen are Inconsiderate. Midnight madwill go to our homes and spend most of the ness, moon,
Hell as black as
music? Can't tell but I must see
afternoons and nights at dances, socials, or the
her again alone. Somehow it's Just different
corner drug store, and sleep late on the folROBERT E. SHARON.
Sorry, please forgive me see you tomorrow
lowing day, forgetting that mother and father
at four? Here comes someone but I'll be
have looked forward to our coming, that we
After seeing one picture of Sinclair Lewis we
might be with them. When Christmas day back soon.
do not blame him for throwing a- Stockholm
Four tomorrow. And her name? Must find
comes, we expect our parents to be abundant,
photographer out of the room; if we looked like
forgetting that Christ said, "I came not to re- out there's Fred again guess I'll Join him
that we'd be touchy too.
after all he might know her. Must find out
ceive, but to give." No, mother will not say
what did he say?
anything if you slight her; she. Is willing to
"Peace on earth." The Kernel office was
Know her? Guess I do know her most excepted.
sacrifice for you. Neither will you be remind"Good will toward men." The Kam-p- us
famous prom-trottfor the last year makes
everyed of your selfish attitude of wanting
Kat was excepted.
'em all and knows her stuff I'll say. Dldja
thing for yourself; but keep on getting without
giving, your life will fall to grow, and you ever know Dan May? Ruined him. She c'n
In spite of all the objections to debate trips
draw in more boobs in one night than any there is one consolation Bill Ardery's-columwill be as the Dead Sea that has no outlet.
sea- - decent girl could in a lifetime.
Looks like an is not in today's issue.
If you would really enjoy the Christmas
THF, KENTUCKY KERNEL
By TOTSY ROSE .
Football will make its final bow
to tho American public New Year s
day at Pasadena when the Crimson
Tide of Alabama will meet the Cougars of Wasmngton State in the
vuiorfui Tournament oi uoaes.
For the lourth timo in the last
six years a boutnern coruerence
learn naa been tuiecied to lepieacnt
tne H.M in tne annual Uttuionu
Inis is a real triuuie anu
nonor to tne boutn wnen it came
time to pica tneir
teams or ui name the uutsuuiuuitf
team In tne country. Tnuae ay
are gono loiever, me orauu oi luut-oa- ii
piayea in tne oouui tms year
was lar superior to mat piayeu in
any otner section oi tne united
btated. Of trie I'i outstanding in
games piayeu una year
uy soutnein teams, eigut tunes tne
uuys irom Dixie were victorious,
uilry ono team in tne country can
question Araoamas superiority anu
tuat is Waaiurigton btatu lor course
team mat exciuuu
Wasnlngion titate and Alabama
were me omy two outstanding
teams, except inotre Dame, to luuatr
tneir naru scneuules wimout a tie
or aeleat. Tne uougars won irom
the nest teams on tne raclnc coast,
wmie tne urimson Tiae aeieated
mo cream oi tne crop in Dixie.
We are tola ny me critics that
these teams are evenly matcued.
We douot it. We southerners ao
not beueve there is anotner team
in the country mat can even matcn
me poweriui "none crusners" irom
Alabama. The game snouid be a
very hard lousht atfau. but the
Crimson Tide unould win by a de
cisive margin. II coacn Wade can
keen his mavers on ease and enter
me game in nrst class condition
tnere snouid be little to worry aoout
in regard to the outcome oi me
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Friday Night-Coll- ege
1917 Oregon 14; Pennsylvania 0.
1918 Marines 19: Camp Lewis 6,
1919 Great Lakes Naval St. 17;
1920 Harvard 7; Oregon 6.
Clifornia 28; Ohio State 0.
and Jefferson 0.
1924 Washington 14; Navq 14.
Penn. State 2.
1925 Notre Dame 27; Stanford 10.
1926 Alabama 20; Washington 19.
1927 Alabama 7, Stanford 7.
1928 Stanford 7; Pittsburg 6.
1929 Georgia Tech 8; Callfor- California
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WISHES FOR A
AND A HAPPY NEW
The South has never bowed in
defeat to any team in me Tournament of Roses. Alabama won from
Washington in 1926 by the score of
20 to la. California lans that saw
mat game declare that it was me
most tnrllling that has ever been
played in the Rose Bowl. In 1927,
tne Crimson Tide again returned to
the tournament to represent the
East, this tune Alabama had to put
up a wonaenui Dattie tu tic a
erful Stanford team, 7 to 7. The
next appearance of a southern team
in the Hose Bowl found Georgia
Tech winning spectacular game
from the University of California, 8
to 7. In this game Roy Relgels
made his famous run "tne wrong
way" and Tech scored a safety due
to this misplay, winning the game
by a single point.
The game this year will mark the
sixteenth time the East has met the
West in the Tournament of Roses.
The record follows.
FOR CHOCOLATE FUDGE CASES
CORNER EUCLID AND
BRAD AS & GHEENS
Little Red Hen Wins
Contest at Alabama
Red hen, owned
by Dr. H. B. Peacock of Auburn
and Opellka, Ala., was declared
winner of the sixth national
contest conducted by the
poultry department of the Alabama
Polytechnic Institute. The winning
hen. known as Lady Peacock, pro
duced 45 eggs in 65 days.
An Informal banquet was given
Saturday, Nov. 30, in honor of Lady
Ponrwir whn Vior established a new
record in egg production by resting
only 20 days during an entire year.
Dr. Knapp, president or Auourn,
tune fhn snnnlrpr nf t.hn rCCflilon and
praised Dr. Peacock as an excellent
breeder of poultry.
Prof. George A. Trollope, who
n n u i was master of ceremonies, declared
that the contest has been a remarkable stimulant to the poultry IndusHe said that,
1 try of Alabama.
among other achievements,
Pffff.lnvlrtff pnnt.p-.t- a
nt Anhnrn have
demonstrated the natural advant
ages of Alabama as a poultry state.
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