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gropingly, and withal n sense of awe and
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life would permit no eulogy. Students at the
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university will remember the man who through
his Interest In sports and through his willingVIRCHNIA DOUOHBRTY
ness always to help those who came to him, at
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various times has assisted in the selection of
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THOMAS L RILEY
where will remember him as "Knutc Rockne,
the man who loved his fellowmcn." Of him
few will write the conventional "Requlcscat in
pace," for none Is willing to admit that Rockne
has gone, but take courage In the feeling that
the Ideals of clean sportsmanship for which
ho stood will perpetuate themselves and him,
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and through these, Knute Rockne, the charIZEH
acter, will live on and on.
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In observance of the annual custom of planting a shade tree on Arbor Day, still another
beautiful touch will be added to our campus
today. The need for treos is becoming recognized more as the ruthless march of growing
and expanding civilization devastates land of
Its natural adornment of trees and wlldflowers.
To repair the damage done In past years, to
beautify our surroundings for healthful purposes, the traditions of Arbor Day are bringing
to the people of our country a realization of
the needs of their observance. A happy, restful environment which gives pleasure to the eye
Is worth much to the present generation and
to the generations to come.
Although, as Joyce Kilmer said "But only
God can make a tree," we human beings who
love them can start their growth and carefully
tend them. In all ways the following of the
custom of Arbor Day by the university is appreciated by the student body.
The week of high school features also leaves
a beneficial imprint on the' university itself.
The students who are sent to represent their
schools are naturally the best students, and
they carry home memories of the University of
Kentucky which will induce them to return
here for their college education. High school
week and the trip to the campus will naturally
be advertised ih each home-tow- n
students will be persuaded to come
this, by fostering these contests, the university
wjll encourage a greater proficiency In learning
and thus the standard of high school education will gradually be raised. The raise will
require a corresponding raise in the college
standards and eventually the university will
grow and gain in prestige as the institution of
high school week becomes more firmly established.
For these reasons alone, high school week at
any university is a valuable and commendable
project. The university shows wisdom in promoting the event and should never discontinue
to show every courtesy and encouragement possible to the boys and girls who will probably
be students here In the future.
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The faculty of St. Stephen's College, the
school of Columbia
University, stated In a New York Times article
that there Is no such thing as the "Ideal college
curriculum," and never can be
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intellectually, the extent to which ho
you walk along Prospect Street
IF in Princeton you'll notice how
still needs either orientation studies or discipmany men load their pipes from
mathematics and his later
line In language and
the familiar blue Edgcworth tin.
We serve hot chicken, croquettes, soups, chilli, delicious
At Senior Singing on tho steps of
dainty sandwiches. Unusually fine
Nassau Hall this spring the pipes
average senior at Birmingham-Souther- n
will glow with Edgeworth.
pies and cakes
a poll hi which 78
College doesn't smoke. In
A pipe and Edgcworth
boys were questioned, 34 smoked and 44 did not.
the smoking combination that has
And of the coeds only nine smoked out of
won tho college man. Yale, Dartthe 41 questioned.
mouth, Cornell, Illinois, Stanford
all agree with Princeton.
beliefs apparFAMOUS FOR CHOCOLATE
Public expression of atheistic
College men everywhere respond
ently is frowned on in Canadian
to the appeal of pipes packed with
circles. The paper of the University of Toronto
for allowguided by their choice: Try Edge-wor- th
has been suspended from publication
Taste its ricii natyourself.
ing an editorial on atheism.
ural savor that is enhanced imVirginia Tech.
measurably by Edgeworth's distinctive eleventh process.
Appropriations to the University oj NebrasYou will find Edgeworth at your
ka were recently reduced. Appropriations to
nearest tobacco shop 15( the tin.
Or, for generous free sample, adthe state prison were subsequently Increased to
dress Larus & Bro. Co., 105 S.
put a new roof on the institution, the prison22d St., Richmond, Va.
ers having rioted. Comment in the University
of Nebraska Daily editorial page read that it
might be an appropriate move for the students
to riot, and perhaps their appropriations would
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JEST AMONG US
New York City has created a fund for the
study of noise elimination. Maybe that's what
they call "hush" money.
Shakespeare was wrong. "To be or not to
be" is a necessity, not a question.
It's good for a girl to have
it's her won't-powdevil, yourself, your
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with its natural savor
' enhanced by Edge- -
Buy Edgeworth anywhere In two forms
I,; and " I'lug Slice." All
package to pound
Opposite Memorial Hall
The quickest way to make friends is to make
Wilson could have done better than to stick
points onto a peace treaty.
in the office is generally like
to his wife.
Asparagus is just plain grass that got ahead.
Spring is here. With it comes the usual
It doesn't take a criminologist to figure out
between classes. The entire campus seems why a pretzel's crooked.
to turn out en masse for their between-hou- r
stroll. It is true that there Is a crowd on the
Politicians ought to learn that saying about
campus walks but they are in no greater hurry more truth than poetry.
than the strollers. We have noticed that despite all the signs, the brush, and the wires,
After a speech on farm relief the farmer
some people manage to get on the grass and takes another load away.
take their leisurely shdrt cuts across it.
Like everything else the grass is young and
As "Aunt Hot" says, "After all, these colfresh and it needs taking care of. If we are to legiate fellows who dress to protect everything
have another hot summer and fall as we had but their head most likely have a nice sense of
last year we will have to start getting our yalues."
Gold Ballroom is
available for fra- - 1
ternity and sor- ority formals.
Other attractive 1
rooms for lunch- - I
An exceptionally line assortment and
display, and feel sure that we can please
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The Kappa Delta nlumnl
of Lexington will give a
bridge at the Kappa Delta house
meeting nt the Chimney on April 25. Tickets will be 50
corner, Saturday, April 4. About ' cents each and the party will be
fifteen alumni and members of the open to men as well as women.
active chapter were piescnt.
Those wishing to mnkc reservations
may see Miss Ruth Mayes, 259
hciieflt nrlrlpe tn be Given
South Hanover street, Lexington.
The Kappa Delta
campus In condition right now.
will bo kind cnouuh to keen off the grass until
It gets a start they will be rcwardca oy
pride that they will have in their campus.
Evcrvone Is nroud of his campus and owes
It to the school and to his pride that It
be made as beautiful
ns possible. Every
cfTort Is being made by the Buildings and
Grounds committee to make our campus Ideally
beautiful and certainly the students can afford
to waste n little cooperation In helping them.
It is such a little thing to ask. Keep on tho
The century was young, buildings and students were comparaitvely few, the University
of Kentucky had most of its life before it 25
years ago. But it possessed some professors,
some loyal adherents, who looked to the future
with dreams In their eyes, with plans and loving
hopes in their hearts. Through the years that
passed, years of turmoil and confusion in the
war times, they steadfastly held to a vision of
the ideals they wanted for their school; they
worked unceasingly, tirelessly, with true devotion for the institution that stands today as
the University of Kentucky.
The Kernel appreciates, knowing that it
speaks the emotions of the students of the
university, the spirit of loyalty, devotion, ambition that made those men and women strive
for the common good of our school for a quarter
of a century.
we admire and
revere these faculty members who have "stood
by" In all those year of trial and growth.
There Is no doubt that the contribution of
service for 25 years Is a manifestation of the
deepest love and fidelity. Emulation of the attitude set as a standard by those who have so
loved the university, might well be followed by
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HIGH SCHOOL WEEK
At the University of Kentucky for the past
five days, a high school week has been observed.
During this week, high school boys and girls
from every section of the state have been guests
of the university. Contests in debating, declamation, spelling, and vocal and instrumental
music have been held. Tomorrow the contests will close, and the boys and girls who took
part in them will return home.
High school week, an annual institution at
this university and at many other colleges, has
a twofold value. The students who come to
take part in the contests receive a glimpse of
college life. They are given a taste of compe
titions where their rivals are not relatives and
classmates, but earnest strangers; by this,
is developed. They are introduced to
a wider world,, and meet many new friends at
Opp. Court House
banquets. Students organizations are given
Let's Start the Day Right by Getting
A 25c CLUB BREAKFAST
Striking a balance
for a 4,000,000,000 industry
"On a large scale" describes accounting in the Bell System, whose properties
cost more than $4,000,000,000.
On the outgo side are, for example,
four or five hundred million dollars
annually for new construction; vast
sums for keeping telephone equipment
in good order; a payroll running into
hundreds of millions a year. Under in
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REGULAR MEALS BOARDING BY THE WEEK
Short Orders, Sandwiches, Fountain Confections
come are such diverse items as a few
cents for a local telephone call, or thirty
dollars and upward for a call to a city
across the Atlantic.
The men responsible for this phase of
the telephone business have worked out
scientific methods of control but their
effort to refine old practices and devise
new ones goes on. The opportunity is there I
Hear the Rythym Kiags
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Nites
inter. connecting telephones