THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
And Just ns wo had got our watch
nnd nlnrm clock sot five minutes fast
. The oftlrlnl imhllcntlnn of tlir ntuilontu nnd In sympathy, harmony nnd perfect unSociety mot
Tho Patterson Literary
tlio Alumni AMoelntlnn of the I nlvornlty
derstanding with tho $11,000 Univer- Inst Friday night In tho Little Theater.
sity clocks, lol nnd hohold! they re- One of tho most delightful meetings
every Tucmlay ntul Krldiy Jurlnp
GEORGE R. SMITH
verse nnd put ifs eight minutes slow. of tho yenr was held. Tho Oratorical
the coIIprIiUo yenr.
Contest which was to havo been held
For the first tlmo in tho history of tho University of Kentucky ono
"Crichton' Shows Truo Finish," that night wns postponed at tho reeditorial policy of the piqer; the Mnnnglns says n
of her graduates seeks tho office of Commonwealth's Attorney for Fayheadline. Which only goes to quest of Professor Mlkcscll, and will
editor for the newn policy.
show that nil things, even tho host, ho given In tho chapel, Inter. In ornccoml ctnan matter at the must come to an end.
der not to disappoint thd members
Tho University haB not grown, In the past, with tho strides' which
postofflce, I.exInBton, Kentucky.
who had come out, It was decided to
havo marked tho progress of many of her Bister institutions.
give nn impromptu program. Tho
reason for this hns been due to the failure of our university to ex'president called on different members,
hibit a genuine Interest and concern in tho welfare of. her graduates
either suggesting a subject or permitan Interest so strikingly noticenble In the policies of other Instituting thorn to speak on any subject they
tions in tho state, whoso graduates, In turn, havo Btrlven- for tho
Friday, April 15.
J. DONALD DINNING, '21
upbuilding of their nlmn maters, but whoso regard for tho University of
Meeting of Patterson Literary
I'honcH 2II7-Short tnlks wore given by R. T.
Kentucky is secondary.
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ing, 7:00 p.m.
I assure yo"u that I have tho interest of tho University at heart, nnd
Armontrout, W. H. Peal nnd V. C.
FRED K. AUGSBURG, '21
Council meeting, President's
I request, and will greatly appreciate, the consideration and loyal supSwearlngen.
olllce, 3:45 p. m.
I'honefl 1057 and 2117-port of university men. and women, nnd of tho alumni. Tho results of
The Junior Prom, Phoenix Homy candidacy, as I sincerely believe and intend, will accrue to tho
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Saturday, April 16.
able for publication.
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Kentucky and University of
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It must be realized that we can only
Baseball, University of KenH. B. LLOYD, '21
be of aid to those of serious intent If
you do mean to strive for literary suctucky and University of Cincess we can help you In many ways.
cinnati at Cincinnati.
Our services are yours until wo have
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Sunday, April 17.
actually succeeded .in marketing at
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KILL THAT JINX!
"The Amazons" will be given
It is human nature to love and apby the Philosophian Literary
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plaud the victor. Those who attain
Society, Thursday, April 21.
New York City
success find about them an adoring
throng of admirers, who feed their
vanity and make extravagant avowals GREATER INTEREST IS A SHORTER
But adversity usually
dispels tho host and defeat tests the SHOWN IN AG. SOCIETY
IN TEN EASY LESSONS
metal of loyalty and devotion.
It is easy to support a winning a:-leti- Large Attendance at Meeting, Monday
This course covers ten easy lessons
team. Victory attracts like
MIDDY SUITS AND MIDDY BLOUSES
which will enable the Student, Profespowerful magnet. The hearty and en'
sor, Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or anyIncreased interest in the Ag. Society one seeking a professional career, to
thusiastic support which the student
body of the University of Kentucky was shown by the large attendance at go thru life with 100 per cent efficiency,
gave the basketball team which proved the meeting held Monday night, April
itself the undisputed champion of 11, in the Ag. building.
The program follows: "Ag. Society
Southern basketball was so obvious
Is short and inexpensive, and is
that student loyalty to the athletic at the University of Alabama," by J. given with a money back guarantee if
teams which represent the University D. Foster; "Ag. Society at the Univer- not satisfied.
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The wonderful quintet which brought "County Agent Work in Kentucky," by
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Gentlemen: 'Enclosed herewith is
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$5.00 for which kindly send me your
Nothing aids the natural ability of a team more than
sented by a team that is ebvlously not "A Successful Dairy Farm," by It. It.
shorthand course in ten easy lesThe program was closed
of championship caliber. But the men Robbins.
outfits of unquestoned quality.
sons by mail. It is understood that
on the team and the coach are exert- with a reading by Miss House, of the
at the end of five days,- I ant not
satislied my money will be gladly
ing every effort to produce a winning Art Department of Transylvania Col
We carry a complete line of A. J. Reach & Son's sportrefunded.
team. We assert that the baseball lege.
The program was followed by a
team is in greater need of the unName .
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divided support of the student body short business meeting during which
than was the championship basketball plans for a party to be held in the Street
City and State
near future were discussed. Three
The tendency to withhold support new members, Reynolds Bell, Strauter
from a losing team was quite manifest Harney and Joe Broderlck, were taken
at the Michigan game. After playing in.
ball for three innings, a series
of errors and unfortunate breaks gave
Michigan a lead which there was
They were going home from school.
slight chance of overcoming. As the
"Teacher said that that that that
possibility of victory became more
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when tho last out was made.
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Ait the Cincinnati game Thursday Squib.
tho "stickers out" were even fewer,
and when the last play was made
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there remained on the Stoll Field only
' a handful of the large number in at
tendance at the beginning of the game,
a small band, but true.
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Tho support which a student body
gives a losing team is the acid test of
loyalty, and in that support is reflected
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