THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
The Kentucky Kernel
FrltUr throwrhout the
Cellcfc rear by the atudent hodj el
the UnWeriitr of Kentaekj.
Kernel ii the official newsThe Kentucky
paper of the atudents and alumni of the
UniTFMitr of Kentucky.
Entered at Lexington Psataffiet M lie
clan nail matter.
RAYMOND L. KIRK
J. A. Eitea '24,.
Norrii Hoyden J4
4 Arthur Hodgea '35
Eugene Moort, 21
Aaaittaat I porta Miter
Robt VanPelt '21
Robert W. Berry 2S
Betty Barbour '25
BILLY WILLIAMS. '23
L. B. HALL. n23
WILLIAM BLANTON, 2S
WILLIAM TATE, '2S
The Kernel believes that every student
in the University, regardless of his
or her financial condition, can save or
cam $1.57 a month for sixteen months.
Such an amount could easily he saved
on picture shows, food, cigarettes or
by some petty denial, and contribute,
which would show in an humble way
the love and appreciation that they feel
for the advantages that (their foster
mother has given them. It believes
also that the spirit and love for hon
orable conquest that has immortalized
Kentucky and surges .through the
veins of every true blooded Kentuck-iawould rise up in revolt if they
were not allowed the privilege and
satisfaction of contributing to the big
gest undertaking of the state institu
The Kernel not only asks the stu- demts but pleads with them to seize
this oDnortunitv and subscribe, be
cause if the drive is not successful
here, it will probably never be undertaken again within the next two decades at least. Such a campaign was
slow in being brought about and if
not approved by the students will
never be brought about again.
If the students will contribute
the alumni and friends will do the
ERS VjITH A CEMENT
Affie Hammoad 23
Maty Barsarn 14
Helen King Gardner Bayleaa '24
Alma Hutcheai '21
Oeorge Lee Murpby 'It
Orine Martin '24
J. P. McClure '2S
Robert Lawless '25
Lora Banta '21
Louise Burks '25
Ii. C. Vet '24
Tom DuflSM 2S
The attention of the Kernel has been
Margaret VanMeter '24
Chas. Wheeler "26
Jimmie Davidson '25
called to an error which appeared on
Mary Catherine Gormley '24
page seven in .its issue of March 28,
Press of Commercial Printing. Company
which stated that Mr. W. Arthur
coats arc too loud. Would it be a!i
right if we'd wear mufflers with them,
HERE THEY ARE
Wick Moore gets the embroidered
walking stick this week. In the Bible
says: "Say, why
don't you girls bring your books to
class? Look at Miss James over there
She's a frail little girl, but she alway
brings her Bible."
Snvs Wick: "Mcbbe that's what
makes her so frail."
We also serve Pies, Coffee, etc.
Coney Island Hot Dog Lunch
E. MAIN STREET.
A note found in the pocket of a
young writer wlto committed suicide:
Wouldn't it be a thrilling romance,
the story of the reconciliation
Methuselah and his bride after eight
hundred years of misunderstanding!
FIVE MEN ARE INITIATED
INTO ALPHA DELTA SIGMA
"The Lexington Way"
Banquet at Lafayette Hotel Follows
The Henry Wlattcrson Chapter of
Alpha Delta Sigma, men's honorary
journalistic fraternity, held their annual initiation at the Lafayette Hotel
on the evening of April 8. Five
pledges were received into fellowship
after which Arthur Hodges, the pres
ident of the local chapter, presided at
a dinner served in honor of the new
The active members are: Madison
Cawein, Raymond Kirk, Troy Perkins, L. B. Hall, Arthur Hodges, Em- mett Bradley, J. A. Estes, Herbert
Carter, Henry Taylor, Dan Bowmar,
and Eugene Moore. The new mem
bers: William Tate, Robert Van Pelt,
Tyler Munford. Sterling Towels, and
Jasper Reed McClure.
or any time you arc hungry.
After the showafter the dance
cheap. They won't last long.
Ad in Lexington Leader.
Johnson; Jr., was selected to Associate Member of Sigma Xi. This was
a mistake a'tid s'hbu!f "Have read Mr.
W. Arthur Anderson, Jr., student as
sistant in the Department of Botany
The Kernel deeply regrets this m's- takc and hastens to inform Mr. An
dcrson that such mistake was unin
HANDBOOK IS PUBLISHED
tcntional and probably resulted from
a mistake made by the l'notype operThe constitution of the Men's Stu
ator, which failed t be corrected by
dent Council has recently been pub
lished in booklet form, and copies are
now available to the student body.
Each fraternity on the campus will
distribute copies to its members, and
men may obtain these
copies by calling at the office of Dean
Melcher in the Administraf'on Build
The opportunity for which the University of Kentucky has long waited
has come and placed in the hands of
the students the perogative of having
and most .beautiful s'tadium in the
South to (be erected on Stoll Field. A
campaign is now being conduoted upon the campus and the response made
by the students will largely determine
the success v3th which it will meet
when presented to the alumni and
friends throughout the State.
Plans for the stadium have been designed similar to those of Yale, Harvard, Princeton, We sit Point, Annapolis and other large colleges of the
East. It is to be built of cement in The mellow tintinnabulations
the shape of a horse shoe with seat- Impart their weekly call "Sabbatical.
Hurry up! dong-dining capacity of 24,000, will include a Twitter-twittecinder track, club house and basket- Let's go to Sunday-schoo- l.
The house is quiet.
ball court which will accommodate
4,000. Such a stadium would not only
be an asset to the University but to A gibbous moon rides in the heavens.
the State at large. It may be made The house is mirth and cachinnation.
possible with such a sitadium to hold Click-clic;hot only the State High School Tourn- A plaintive voice wails for a Full
ament here but also the National
Tournament which is held in ChicaM. Hail.
Tournago and the Intercollegiate
The Hilobrow says: "Never explain
ment held at Atlanta.
your friends do not need it and
The prospects for the best athletic
teams in the histony of the University your enemies will not believe you anyis the prediction for next year if the how."
record made by the freshman class
means anything. This year, accordTo those who find diversion in the
ing to the new S. I. A. A. rul'ng,
freshmen were not eligible for varsity collection of
teams and for this reason, freshmen badges of honorary fraternities, the
athletics was encouraged with the re- local campus offers a wide field. One
sult that they won both the football is' not content, ordinarily, to be a member of eight or ten of the sixty-thre- e
and basketball Southern Championship by defeating the strongest teams organizations at our little school. One
Vi;h such a record should be a charter member of two
of the South.
made by these teams, the eyes of the or three such clubs.
Despite the number of joiners in
Southern athletic world will be directed toward the University of Ken- our midst, we have, amazingly enough,
tucky next year. Thousands of peo- ,no Acting fraternity, no Art fraternity,
ple from distances will'.come to wit- no Football fraternity, nor any lodges
ness these contests. Can we accom- specifically to honor those who dismodate tbem? Positively not with tinguish themselves at Bridge,
ihe present facilities.
Already the cHy of Louisville has Ticket-sellinand pitching horseshoes.
begun plans for transferring the
Possibly the regrettable timidity of
held yearly at the University to that our 'local
upon 'the assumption that the adequate unions maybe attributed to
.University has riot the proper means of the lack of
accommodating the increasing crowds surely remedy this. Undoubtedly the
witness the meets. Must we quaint custom of holding classes,
in its early senility, will
.sacrifice this, one of' the appealing at which
institution offers for in soon become obsolete, and the time
terestiug those yet in high school to now wasted on details of the curricuthroughout the
further their education rather than to lum will be devoted
meeting of honorstop with their high school training. entire year to the
Every student in the University has ary societies. At that time, possibly,
a fraternity recognizing
been asked to subscribe a maximum we shall have
,of $25. Such subscription may be those who
oaid in a single allotment or at any.
ithne durjng.a period of sixteen months
iff amounts convenient to the donor.' Dean Melcher says the spring top
Real Coney Island Hot Wieners
LAUNDRYING DRESS SHIRTS AND COLLARS IS
Lexington Laundry Company
WE CALL FOR, PRESS YOUR SUIT, AND RETURN
Miss Spurr's Dancing School
SPECIAL RATES FOR STUDENTS IN CLASSES AND
REGULAR DANCES FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
SATURDAY NIGHTS '
We have purchased 122,000 pair U.
S. Army Munson last shoes, sizes 5f
to 12 which was the entire surplus
stock of one of the largest U. S. Government shoe contractors.
This shoe is guaranteed one hundred
per cent solid leather, color dark tan,
bellows tongue, dirt and waterproof.
The actual value of this shoe is $6.00. M
Owing to this tremendous buy we cc
offer same to the public at $2.95.
Send correct pise. Pay postman cn
delivery or send money order. If
shoes are not as represented we will
cheerfully refund your money promptly upon request.
NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE
296 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Pppo. Phoenix Hotel
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING
152 S. Limestone St.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
M MMM M M MM M
Better Built for Better Writiag
Pena With Larger Ink Capacity.
Pencils with long leads that will not clog in tip.
University Book Store
Basement Mailt BuUdtag.
for all social and public functions.
Address and Crest
Stationery, Visiting Cards.
Book Plates, Greeting Cards,
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