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Available PAGE FIVE THE KENTUCKY KERNEL wffltttmmttmtmtmmtwmw QDIRREL Lunch at Benton's Soup Home Made Chili Chicken Croquets Hit the spot these cold days. Famous for Our Chocolate Fudge Cakes 141 s. Lime Bentons Sweet Shoppe Phone 5961 ttmuttummttttttMumtttttm FOOD ny Wrll. it's rrntllntr in be lust nbout Mmn nf vrnr for tlio college bovs to hrcln slnclno their favorite Chrlst- mns carol: "I enn't give you any- tliing but love, Bauy." auouc inc same time the girls will probably bn lndulclntr to some extent In the tuneful strains of "Worried." An' they should be for It s been a cold, hard winter so far. Our old friend, Joe McDowell, from the Kansas Aggies finally worked up enough courage to make an oration that's been percolating through the minds of college men for quite some time. The title or Joe's remarkable address (in case you don't read your papers) was: The Usclessncss of Women on tne Collcue Camnus." For years and years, In a wee, still sort of volccj mucn tne wo ve been remarking same thing. Joe's triumph was short lived, but after the gins had considered the matter seriously they gave him a loving cup In appreciation of his parental advice, I sup pose LOOK YOUR Beautifully waved hair will enhance your appearance for the holiday festivities. Now is the time to have it done. Beautiful, natural waves BEST For the Holidays $1 $15 Durham, N. Mitchell, Baker & Smith On October 1, 1930, carefully lected first and third year students will be admitted. Applications may be sent at any time and will be considered in the order of receipt. Catalogues and application forms may be obtained from the Dean. se- (Incorporated) Third Floor C. Phone 6900 MILLER BROTHERS SLATK, TIN ROOFING, REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES All Work Guaranteed. OF FURNACES 105 W. Hih Phono Ashland 27H8 Wise Furnaces Prof. M. K. Lljjon, Principal of University Ilijrh, Is Honored C. K. BARNES our aliwm seven more times now be- fore we can begin enjoying a long- looked-fo- r We've vacation. quit sleeping of late because we have so much work to do before the holidays that sleepln' seems like a foolish habit. This column couldn't begin to exist without a pet gripe of somp kind, and here and now we enter a protest against the assault and bat- tcry we have suffered to date In being "tagged' at different dances, Back In the old days there was an clement of gentle courtesy in ask- ing the permission of another gentleman If you might dance with his lady. You even thanked the gentleman and when somebody else came to claim her, you thanked the lady for her graclousness In dancing with you. Like the old tunc,j such activities seem to be "only a dream of the past." We've been stepped on, beaten, pushed, shoved, insulted, mauled, embrasscd, and Imposed on until we're well nigh the end of our patience. As a matter of public policy, for the health and morals of the community, and for g of certain the physical social dunderheads we ask the privilege of extermination on the next offense. Looks like the older the stunts are the more people fall for 'em. 'Way back about the time that we were still kicking slats out of our cradle we remember the old gag about somebody calling up to advise another somebody to take their house off the street car line because the After all this exertion we're restreet car was coming. Some bash- minded of an old verse more ful little lady down at the house of of our present feelings than the Owls could break down and tell anything we know. us all about it but she won't. And we're, not going to report her beI wish I was a little rock, cause we fell for the same thing A slttin' on a hill, once. Dotn' nothln all day long But Just a sittln still. We've Just figured out that we will only have to get up and turn off I wouldn't eat, I wouldn't drink I wouldn't even wash; I'd Just sit still a thousand years, DUKE UNIVERSITY An' rest myself, by Gosh! SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Officer Election Closes Convention STUDENTS Earn extra money in your spare time selling popular priced patented Athletic shirts and No experience necessary. shorts. Rep Menswear Products, 150 West 22 St., New York City. STUDENTS V' PHONE - At the 34th annual meeting of the Association of Colleges and Second ary Schools of the Southern States, which closed last Friday, Dr. Harry D. Campbell, of Washington and Lee University was elected president. Prof. M. E. Llgon, principal of the University high school, was made . second of the Association. Thirteen Kentucky high schools were accredited at this session; one college was also added to the list. ' Three state high schools were Ballard County high ' dropped. school school, and Columbia high i school were removed from the ac' credited list. j The University of Kentucky entertained the delegation at a lunch-co- n In the University Commons at noon Friday. Dr. Frank L. McVcy, president of the University, presided and welcomed the members on behalf of the state. Four hundred delegates attended the meeting. An automobile tour to points of interest in the Blue Grass featured the last day of the meeting. The next meeting of the Association will be held next year at Atlanta, Ga. 268S-- ft.. V , A Rood photo of yourself will make a most acceptable Christmas Gift. Think about It, it is not too early for best results, . W.MB1N 3 Junior League Bookshop 2 5 We carry a complete line of American and Foreign Christmas Cards jj 5 FAVORS TALLIES Circulating Library Chimney Corner Building ESPLANADE J. C. Finley Elected President of O. D. K. JMIllllllll llC3lllllllIllllC3IIIIIIIlIlttCailllllll 11C3 II II III C31 C3 11 tl M I If I C3f II II III I iC3 J. C. Finley, senior in the College of Law, and member of Alpha Gam$5 Down Will ma Epsllon social fraternity, was elected president of Omlcron Delta RADIO Kappa, men's national honorary campus leader's fraternity, at a g luncheon-meetinheld Friday at University Commons. Hays Owens, Opinion As 1 Sigma Chi, was made of the fraternity. Toy Sandefur, graduate student In the department of geology and mem- 1 Atwater-Ke- nt ber of Sigma Beta Xi, was elected secretary-treasurer. Thirty members were present at the meeting which was called for the purpose of disno cussing future plans of the organ- 1 ization. O. D. K. is one of the leading: COMPANY campus leader's fraternities among the nation's universities, and has as 1 155 N. requisites for .membership leader397 ship among men general participaaiiiiiiiiuiicatiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiitcaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiitiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiniicll tion in student activities. I I Buy EVER BUILT THE GREATEST i M Proven by Public Screen Grid Phone us for demonstration; ELKIN FURNITURE Lime I obligation Ash. j j WHAT YOUNGER COLLEGE MEN ARE DOING WITH WESTINGHOUSE M. E. GAINDER Development Engineer California Institute of Technology, '26 11111111 Now that the holiday season ROBERT SPARKS FieU Research Engineer Lehigh University, '27 is almost here LIGHTNING HAS LONG BEEN and the family is in an expansive mood, with dances coming thick and fast . . . it's surely the psychological time to spring that plaintive "I haven't a thing that's fit to wear." And the very next step is a visit to the Misses' Frock Shop where you can demonstrate to mother how simply divine you look in their evening clothes and how very, very inexpensive they are. There are frocks, for instance, in which you'll look like a shadow of a whisper . . . flat crepe in cornation blue, black, Dagmar green, nasturtium, eggshell, and muddy rose. Sizes 14 to 20. Specially P. E. STEPHENS FieU Station Engineer Pennsylvania State College, '27 Priced J THE MISSES' I'flOCK SHOP SECOND FLOOR RAIDER OF POWER LINES lightning meets his master W. J. KROEGER Tennessee Stations Engineer Carnegie Institute of Technology, '27 $1075 I A COSTLY REMEMBER llOW J'OU USC(1 tO Sit Otl during a thunderstorm and shudder just a little at the forces that seemed to tear open the sky and shake the hills? Electrical men have often shuddered in grave seriousness over those same forces. For lightning has been a costly raider of power lines. Now, however, many means of defense are available, and many more are being developed. Science has been studying lightning, and experimenting with it. Down in the mountains of Tennessee a group of Westinghouse men have been making photographic records of the voltages developed by lightning, with the cathode-ra- y oscillograph and the klydonograph. Guided by their findings, another group in New Jersey is enabled to reproduce lightning artifi cially, and study its effects on a line. And in East Pittsburgh, with a generator that will produce lightning strokes equivalent to 35,000,-00- 0 and with a laboratory that duplicates power line conditions, others are learning new facts about the behavior of protective devices. Much of this work is carried on by young men recently out of college. Their high-tensi- horse-pow- achievements will save millions for power companies, and eliminate many hazards to life in substation operation. Lightning ju m pt the gap between these ll'tttinghoust arcing horns,and spares the insulators. Westinghouse E. R. WHITEHEAD New Jersey Stations Engineer University of Colorado, '28 ..