THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, OCT. 5, I9J6.
OLD STATE STUDENTS
TO BE HELD
Every Mail Bringing Letters From Graduates Who Will
Return to Their Alma Mater Most Reg
ACADEMIC PARADE WILL OPEN CEREMONIES
They are all coming back.
Perhaps this la the best way to tell
the story of what In all probability
will be the most remarkable home
coming ever held in the South.
The Golden Jubilee of the Univer
sity of Kentucky will take place Sat
urday, October 14, and from all Indi
cations a new and luminous page in
, the educational
history of the State
will be written.
Dean F. Paul Anderson is still at
work making arrangements, sending
out letters and taking up different
phases of the celebration with the
committee. Dean Anderson, who ex
pects 10,000 old students to be in at
tendance, says that he receives a thrill
every minute of the day as every let
ter opened tells of another "Old State"
man who is coming back.
The following events will form part
of the festivities in connection with
the celebration. On Friday afternoon,
October 13, at 2 o'clock, the annual
between the Freshmen and
Sophomore classes will take place
across Clifton Heights Pond. At 8
oclock, Friday evening there will be
of the alumni and former students of
the University at the Phoenix Hotel.
At 9 o'clock, Saturday morning, October 14, the ceremonies of the Jubilee will begin with an academic procession. The undergraduate student
body, by classes, will march through
the principle streets of Lexington,
proceeding to Patterson Hall, where
iney win 30m tne academic procession of the trustees, faculty and alumni by classes, and march to the University campus where, under a largo,
tent, erected in front of the Main
Building, the following program will
be adhered to, beginning promptly at
President Charles W. Dabney, of
the University of Cincinnati, will
make an address on "The University
and the State."
President Emeritus James K. Pat- tug-of-w-
Major John T. Geary, an orator
alumnus of the University, will dedi
cate to the University a tablet nam
ing the field.
Governor A. O. Stanley will receive
the commemorative tablet on the part
of the University.
President Henry S. Barker will pre
side at the ceremonies of the Jubilee
and at the dedication of Stoll Field.
After the dedication of Stoll Field,
the most important football game of
the year will be played between
University and the University
of Kentucky. Vanderbilt always has
a strong team and a lively contest is
Last year Kentucky defeated Pur
due, seven to nothing, and the 1916
team promises to be even stronger
than the 1915 team, altho some very
excellent men graduated and will not
be a part of the organization this
year. The lovers of football, therefore, will have an opportunity to see
one of the best games of football that
they ever have been privileged to witness in Kentucky.
Many enthusiastic letters have been
received from alumni, indicating that
they will take advantage of this opportunity to participate in a University
that has been
planned to make everybody have a
good time and see the progress the
University has made during the first
fifty years of its existence. All of tho
fraternities are in touch with their
alumni and will arrange for a reunion
in connection with the Golden Jubilee
The professional and honorary fraternities will also send out letters and
attempt to get their alumni to return. The literary societies and organizations of tho University are ex
pected to make an effort to bring a
large delegation of old mon back to
tho scenes of their college days.
LEARN THESE YELLS
The Kernel prints below a number
of the college yells, and requests that
all students not familiar with them
already commit them to memory. Yell
Leader Whayne Haffler requests everybody to attend chapel Friday morning, as he has a few surprises in store.
will sit on the north side
of the chapel and attempt to
the male section, but It is not believed
they can do It, owing to the fact that
they are not so numerous.
Learn these yells and get ready for
J. A. Brittain and Harry State Wins
39 to 3 Rodes and
Milward Are Close
U. K. Rah.
Rah Rah! U. K.
Rail Rah! U. K.
The Wildcats defeated Butler College, of Indianapolis, in the first game
of the season last Saturday on Stoll
Field by the score of 39 to 3. "Doc"
Rodes and Brittain starred for Ken
tucky while Bonham, the Butler quar
of the visiting team.
Ideal weather and a large crowd
greeted the Wildcats in their first
game, Cheer Leader Haffler and his
corps of assistants leading the bleach
ers In the Kentucky yells.
Kentucky took the lead In the first
quarter and almost rushed the Butler
boys off their feet before they were
able to summon their full strength for
the fray. Rodes, the famous quarterback for the Wildcats, kicked off and
assumed the role of chief butcher in
Rodes' first kick landed on the But
line and was returned by
Bonham, the Butler quarter, to the
line. After three plays Butler
gained only four yards and a kick gave
Kentucky the ball on her
Rodes gained 50 yards in a run around
the Butler right end. In a series of
plays which followed a total of twenty-one
yards was made and the pigskin was finally carried over the line
by the Kentucky quarter. Klnne missed kicking goal.
The Wildcats second touchdown also came in the first quarter. Butler
received tho kick and on failing to
gain yielded tho ball to Kentucky on
line. Plunges through the
line by Rhodes and Grabfelder placed
line from where
the ball on the
it was carried over by Haydon. Again
Kinno missed goal.
At this point Butler took on a new
supply of courage and registered a
small gain but kicked out of bounds
on tho Kentucy
reeled off another gain around tho
Butler end and tho quarter was
brought to a close. Score at the end
of tho first quarter, Kentucky 12, Butd
Notices were posted in certain
places on the campus yesterday
afternoon calling a meeting of
the Senior class for 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon, at which time
class officers will be elected for
the term of
campaign has been waged" by at
least two parties contending for
the honors, and a lively time is
expected at this meeting. Every
Senior should be there to record
Lindsey Logan, of Shelbyville, was
chosen president of the Junior class
at the annual election of officers held
in Buell Armory last Thursday afternoon. Miss Celia Cregor, vice president of the class last year, presided.
The other officers elected were as
follows: Miss Lena Clem, vice president; Miss Lela Kerswlll, secretary;
C. L. Morgan, treasurer; Virgil Chapman, class representative; M. C. Fin
Hip! Hi! Hip! Hi!
ney, Junior editor of the Kentuckian;
W. B. Martin, assistant business manager of the Kentuckian; B. J. Riley,
M. L. Watson, and Frank Grainger,
Rah, Rah, Rah!
assistant football managers.
Rah, Rah, Rah!
Considerable interest and enthusiRah, Rah, Rah!
asm was manifested in the election,
Team, Team, Team!
over a hundred Juniors being present.
The election narrowed to a contest between the fraternity and
factions, despite an appeal by
Joe M. Robinson that these differences
should be forgotten and that each canFifteen
didate should be considered on his
Rah! Rah! Rah, Rah, Rah!
Rah! Rah! Rah, Rah, Rah!
Prior to the election caucuses were
Rah! Rah! Rah, Rah, Rah!
held and candidates for each office
Varsity, Varsity, Varsity!
were selected. In the election of president, Lindsey Logan headed the non-frEat 'Em Up.
ticket; J. A. Brittain led the fra!
ternity faction, and Harry Milward
was nominated on the independent
Smash 'em, Smash 'em, Smash 'em!! ticket.
From all sourcos that are expected
to bo drawn from It is expected that
fully 10,000 will attend and preparations aro being made to entertain that
tho University of Kentucky."
number. One class of prominent men
Mr. Charles R. Brock, of the class who will attend aro tho college presi
of '90, will present tho portrait of dents to whom tho University author- (Low)
James K. Patterson from the alumni ities have sent out special engraved
to the University.
During these ceremonies a number
of honorary degrees will be conferred
SCOTT IS SPORTING
upon distinguished scholars and mon
EDITOR OF LEADER
of affairs of the United States.
At 12 o'clock a lunch will bo served
J. M. Scott, a Junior in tho College
on the campus to visitors and underof Arts and Science last year, has ac- Rah! Rah!
In the afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock, the cepted a position as sporting editor of
ceremonies of the formal dedication of the Lexington Leader and is now on Rah! Rah!
Stoll Field, in honor of Richard C. tho job. He did not return to college
Stoll, will be held.
Mechanical Hall seoms to be dressed in gala attire for the opening of
tho collego term 191G-1and Mowers please tho eye when approaching tho building; entering tho
main hall, the old boys feel almost
lost, for tho hall has boon remodeled
and white walls, hung with interesting
cIbbs pictures, and a floor of blue and
white tllo with tho words "Mechanical
and Electrical Engineering"
center, have replacod the dingy entrance that they romombored. Tho
building has boon thoroly renovated
during tho summer and the new Senior
study room is a delight to tho class.
started tho onslaught in
the second quarter by breaking thru
tho lino for a gain of 30 yards and a
Rodes missed kicking
goal. Klnne replaced Rodes at quarter and for tho remainder of tho quarter the honors woro about equally divided between the two teams, neither
side scoring. Score at tho end of the
second period, Kentucky 18, Butler 0.
Tho third quarter found Butler making gains through her superior forButler's hopes fell,
howevor, when Mcllvaln, who succeedr
ed Gumbort seized a toss near the
of the field and scored a touchdown. Rodes kicked goal.