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Image 3 of The Kentucky Kernel, March 16, 1923

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Paf THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Thre FELLOWSHIPS OFFERED BY PENNSYLVANIA STATE II Graduate Can Secure Aasistantships For Ten Months. OPENING The Pennsylvania State College of State College Pennsylvania, ihas made the following announcement of fel lowships and graduate assistantships for the year 1923-2Graduate assistanships with a stipend of $800 for ten months, Septeme serber 1 to June 30, one vice required by the college with a privilege of carrying a schedule in the graduate school and a remission of the graduate student fee distributed as followss: 2 Agricultural chemistry Botany 2 Chemistry -1 Civil and Electrical Kngr 2 Dairy Husbandry 3 English 1 Geology 1 Metallurgy 1 Mining 2 RomanccL anguages For application blanks or other information address Dean of Graduate School, State College, Pa. Saturday March 17 UNIVERSITY CONFECTIONERY half-tim- two-thir- Careful attention to details plus the finest of leathers result in shoes of real worth. For those men who appreciate values and realize that quality makes the price right we are showing an unusually attractive line of The University of Kentucky rifle team fired against the University of Tennessee team last Saturday in the Armory. The team did not do its usual excellent shooting because of the difficulties under which the match was fired. The armory was available for very short periods of time only in the intervals between basketball games which were going on at that time. A Connelv target was used for the first time and as all the men were accus tomed to the N R. A. target it took them several shots to accustom themselves to the change. The score for the team was 565 out of a possible 600. The individual scores were: CLOTHING CO. Incorporated LEXINGTON'S BETTER STORE. Becker "Cleaners That Satisfy" Corner LIME and HIGH V. D. F. A. R. D. H. R. H University Lunch Room 216 S. Just Above High LIME 5 Mil M M M AND Drive It Yourself I For Dances, Parties and Pleasure Trips f RATES: per mile 15c per mile Closed Cars 20c an Hour. Plus 12c Open Cars Johnston 96 X 95 WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS CALLUS 94 94 - f RENT-A-FOR- D C. Thompson Millon Rogers Brown Forkner 4-- MMt MMMMMM IHIMtlttl Ml H MMMM t M - RENT-A-FOR- 93 CO. D K -- . . J CAMPUS CHATTER O I i"HOME OP STUDENTS" Eat at All Hours MR. and MRS. W. M. POULIS, Props. The Lafayette Drug Store Hotel Building OPERATED BY STUDENTS We handle a complete line of domestic and imported Perfumes and Toilet Articles. Lafayette OUR SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE IS THE BEST IN TOWN. Candies Phone 3309 "We Deliver." Stationery IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIU Easter Morning Will You Be Well Dressed We recognize the importance of having your clothes correct We take great pride in tailoring suits especially for college men. Stop in and look over our new spring fabrics before buying that suit for Easter. YOU PASS IT. K KAUFMAN Good Things to ON YOUR WAY TWICE A DAY RIFLE TEAM FIRES AGAINST UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE 'Shoes of Worth' 621-- Y CANDY FRUITS AND CIGARETTES 1 yfetteeten PHONE ICE CREAM AND SODAS I 134 PHONE 3656 The Women's Administrative Coun cil has called a meeting of all women students. March 22, for the annual election of officers for the various The Wowomen's organizations: Association, men's The Young Women's Christian Asso- ci tion, the Women s League, and the Women's Athletic Association. f SB MM MM IM OMHMM Fond of Entertaining In every city are people who are fond of entertaining more or less informally and they always serve rcircsaiments. To be aoie to oraer The Student Loan Committee will tinlH a soecial chapel exercise March 27, at which special gifts to the fund will be announced. The meeting will be held with special reference to the Memorial funds to George Clark Rogers, Molly Vogt, and Jesse Dodd. The Faculty Lunch Club, composed of faculty women and faculty member's wives, has been organized, to meet on the first Thursday of each month, at which questions of interest will be discussed. Miss Gladys Lowe was elected chairman. K Stoll Field has again come into its own. With the first good day of the year the early birds made their appearance on the diamond, track and gridiron and day by day the number has increased until approximately ISO aspiring athletes trot out each day. With the addition of spring Football training to Track and Baseball, opportunity is given to practically every aspirant to encage in some sport, es pecially those Freshmen and Sopho mores who strive to mvade the horrible" gym classes. I MMMMMMMMMMMM M MMM MM E. SHORT STREET i ICE CREAM "A Delicious and Food." Well-Balanc- i f t : n ,..r.nrfi hln to nnv hostess andsomething sure to appeal to each guest. But to serve this in new and attracways makes it a hundred times more appreciated. tive fnr St. Patrick's Day is a spe Yfcl "fl" "1" cial brick with shamrock center of green Pstachio cream T ! :U ...... v nrnm. anui iuurucr uit 111.11 y For Something Delicious ad Different Phone DIXIE ICE CREAM COMPANY M Thompson MMM MMMMMMMMM MM (congenially) : What do you take off for cash?" At a recent meeting of the National Indignant Saleslady: , Football Rules Committee at the pigskin governing body No, Marjory, Babe Ruth went on! voted to eliminate the onside kick the stage; but he's not playing m The from scrimmage. Because of the dif- Bat. ficulty in interpreting this rule and the small amount of useagc it has had Date: "Dearest, I must marry you in the past few years, the committee Dated: "Have you seen Father?" deemed it wise to relegate it to the Date: "Often, but I love you just No othee important changes discard. were made in the fundamental rules. the same." Say, did form?" you ever take chloro- - "Naw, what hour does it come?" New-York- DeLuxe Tailors Union Bank ft Trust Bldg. now come you left boarding house?" "Well, the first week on died, and we had nothing beef, beef. The next week pig did, and we had nothing pork, pork. Monday Mr. grandfather died, so I left." Parker's old cow but beef, and old but pork, Parker's