THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
JUDGE CHALKLEY WILL
OP WASTE IN WORK
Yi Mi C. A.
.Secretary Owens Says That
Officers of Organization
Should Be Carefully
Judge Lyman Chalkley, of tho Law
Department, will address the University of Kentucky Y. M. C. A. at tho
regular meeting next Sunday evening,
April 6, at 6:45 o'clock. Special music
.has been arranged for. The meeting
will be short so that It will not conflict
"with evening engagements.
The nominating committee will suggest the following names at the meeting as capablo men to servo as officers
for tho ensuing year: President, Jesse
J. P. Barnes;
Recorder, O. H. Gregory; Assistant
Treasurer, R. J. Raible. Nominations
for these offices may also be made
from the floor.
Secretary R. A. Owens, in speaking
of the University Y. M. C. A. said that
organithis is an
zation and one in which all the students and tho faculty of tho University
of Kentucky should be deeply interested. Therefore those who are to be
the officers of the organization should
bo selected with care. As the students
are to choose who are to be these officers it is urged that all the students
be present at the meeting Sunday
night. He also said that the purpose
of the University of Kentucky Y. M.
C. A. is to lead men into and develop
them in the Christian life, to
with the Christian Church and
strain men for service in it, to promote
program of unselfish service, to unite
the students of this University in promoting the highest good of the University and the individuals who compose It, and to unite the Chisfian students of this University with the world
wide student Christian brotherhood.
M. C. REDWINE WINS
C. Redwine, speaking on the
"'League of Nations and the Monroe
.Doctrine," won the Patterson Oratorical contest from a field of four candidates, in chapel last Wednesday even- nig. This contest is held every year
on March 26, former President Patter
son's birthday, and the winner receives
a gold medal given by "The Grand Old
The other speakers and their subjects were: W. C. Peel, "The International Mind;" H. L. Hargrove, "The
Xieague of Nations and the Monroe
Doctrine," and Harold McGregor," A
.New Basis of Peace."
The judges were Richard Stoll,
Farquhar and Funkhouser.
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moved that the dance be called off altogether, another suggested that It be
turned into a subscription danco held
some afternoon in tho armory, with
everybody in tho University invited.
Finally, Mr. Dabney withdrew his
motion and another was made stating
that tho dance be exclusively upper
class. This was seconded and carried
iy an almost unanimous vote.
May 16 was tho dato set, ladies and
gentlemen smiled kindly upon each
other once more and discord escaped
to find moro congenial company.
Applied Psyeholoiy Lecture tefore
Woman's Club; Practical Demonstration Olven.
Dr. C. B. Cornell, professor of psychology, addressed tho Curernt Events
Section of tho Central Kentucky Woman's Club Saturday afternoon. His
subject was "Applied Psychology."
At the close of tho session, mental
tests wore given to a
as an example of the work being dono
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aid proper classification of children In
tho classroom. Mrs. Wickllffe Preston was chairman.
"There Is more wasted offort, more
lost motion, in tho teaching profession
or other articles
than in any other sphere of human activity," said Dr. Cornell, "It Is in this
profession that psychology is coming
into its own. The child mind is being measured and classified and its
Wo are finding
that children are not born with equal
capacities for learning and we are apFOR
plying the measuring instruments deFALL AND
vised by the psychologist In order to
ascertain individual differences and
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