Owing to pemous communications.
culiar circumstances an oxcoptlon Ib
Tho "Who's Who" docs not appear
In thcBO columns for tho Bnmo reason
that elephants cannot ride In Pullman
coaches, namely, lack of space.
Editor Kentucky Kernel:
Dcnr Sir: It lins for many years
boon tho ctifltom of your paper to run
n "Who's Who" among tho senior
class. This Bcoms to mo a good thing
and n custom anil It Is with regret
that I havo noticed tho absence of this
tlmo'honorcd custom in tho pages of
your paper published each week. No
doubt, tho originators of the movement thought It a creditable Idea, and
tholr successors with the exception
of this year havo carried forward tho
Tho old "Who's Who," as I understand It, was simply a "rendering unto Caesar, tho thlngn that arc
Caesar's." Howovor, thcro may havo
been circumstances present this year
under which you could not follow out
tho admlrablo prestlgo of your predecessors. But, as a matter of fairness
to your constituents, it seems to me
that It would bo a very commendablo
act on your part to explain In the columns of your paper Just why you havo
made such a sudden innovation in
your weekly publication.
Is it that
you havo not tho material, or has
some personal affair superseded the
function of tho office which you havo
tho honor of holding? I trust it is
not tho latter.
I hope this is not asking too much
of you Mr. Editor, just to make tho
matter clear, for I have always con
sidered you as a man of no mean calibre, with plenty of moral stamina to
give a square deal to all.
Very truly yours,
Wo should llko to call to your notice, dear friend Caesar, tho fact that
tho 1916 Kentucklan will contain a
"Who's Who" of all seniors who havo
paid class dues.
You recently complained In an editorial becauso thero woro no class
Why not say something in favor of
Tho Btudcnts want
it. Why should they not havo It? A
schedule could bo easily arranged if
someone would tnko a llttlo interest In
Trusting you will publish this, I am,
MISS AUBYN CHINN
TO TAKE UP HOME
Miss Aubyn Chlnn, Professor
Foods and Cookery in the department
of Home Economics, has resigned
from the University faculty and after
Juno 1 will take up Homo Extension
work as district agent for Eastern
Kentucky with headquarters in Lexington. Miss Chinn will be under the
direction of Doctor Mutchler and Mrs.
Helen B. Wolcott, State Agent of
Home Extension Workers.
iMiss Chinn was
class of 1907 and
has been an in
structor in the University since
It is contrary to the policy of the Her place in the Home Economics
Kernel to give attention
anony- - partment
will be hard to fill.
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Ish and rcd'flwcatcrcd athletes continued to mako tho circuit with a marked
degrco of regularity.
A6ENTSMEET HERE Park was succeeded by Cisco, who
lasted Just ono round and was In turn
replaced by Grubbs, who llnlslied tho
Are struggle manfully, allowing but a
Scheduled To Speak
score In threo innings.
Tho final count was 9 to 4 and Is a
Indication of tho
STANLEY WEDNESDAY strength of tho two teams.
Tho box score and summary:
Tho third annual convention of tho
Homo Demonstration Agents, Depart-mon- t
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
of Homo Economics, opened at
C. Robinson, rf. ... 4 1 2 1 0 0
tho Education Building Monday after500521
noon. The sessions will bo held twico
dally for nlno days. All of tho twenty-flvS. Robinson, cf. ... 5 2 3 0 0 0
agents of tho State are In attend
Governor A. O .Stanley will attond
Heatherington, 2b... 3 2 0 1 1 0
ono of tho sessions next Wednesday
and the program for that day will bo
altered so as to afford a convenient
time for his talk.
40 9 13 27 10 2
Many prominent speakers and InSTATE UNIVERSITY.
structors will deliver addresses durAB. R. H. PO. A. E.
ing tho convention, among whom be401301
ing: Governor Stanley, 0. B. Martin,
Miss Mary E. Creswell, Miss Ola Pow401
ell, Dr. N. N. Straughn, all of tho C.
United States Department of Agricul310000
ture; Miss Ella E. Agnow, State Agent
Home Economics Work;
of Extension; Kelly,
Judge H. S. Barker, and Dr. J. H.
G. Park, p
Kastle, director of the Experiment
OHIO GARNERS TWO
8 27- 12
Score by Innings:
(Continued from Page 1)
Relieved Jones In eighth.
Wright in eighth.
Summary: Earned Runs Kentucky,
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Jones, House, Park, Skelly. Three-bas400111
Hits House. First on Balls Off
Cisco, 1; off Potts, 5. Struck Out By
Park, 3; Cisco, 3; Grubbs, 3. Potts, 6.
C. Park, c
Stolen Bases C. Robinson, Welf, C.
Park. Double PIdys Skelly to House
to Jones, Hit by Pitcher C. Robin400912
son by Park; Heatherington
Grubbs; Jones by Grubbs. Hits Off
Park, 6 in 5 innings; off Cisco, 3 in
innings; off Grubbs, 2 in
innings. Time of Game Two
30t 4 7 27 17 9
hours. Umpire Ad. Thomas.
Score by Innings.
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2 00. 0
iSummary: Earned Runs Kentucky,
4; Ohio, 8. Twobaso Hits S. Robinson, 6; C. Robinson, Spalding, Frazier.
Home Run House, First on Balls
off Cooper, 1; off
Wright, 3; off Putnam, 1. Stolen
Bases State, 2; Ohio, 5. Struck Out
By Ireland, 5; by Cooper, 5; by
Wright, 8; by Putnam, 1. Double
to Norton to
House. Passed Balls Park, 2. Hit
by Pitcher By Ireland, Heatherington and Jones. Umpire Hudson. Hits
Off Cooper, 1 in 1
Wright, 4 in 7 innings.
Improved weather conditions greeted tho combatants Saturday when the
second game of tho series with Ohio
was staged. The Kentucky upholders again were off in front and for considerable time had tho scoring all to
themselves. George Park who was on
tho mound for tho bluo and white,
had tho visitors completely at his mercy for four Innings, during which time
his team mates pushed four tallies
across the scoring station.
But then, just to prove that you
never can tell, tho Ohloans again got
rough as of yoro and proceeded in a
very short timo to darken tho horizon
of tho ambitious young hurler.
Onco started, in ono short Inning
they had collected us many runs as
had tho native sons in four. Even
thou tho bombardment did not dluilu- -
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