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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
PRES. McVEY SPEAKS
AT TUESDAY CHAPEL
Supt. Colvin Scheduled to Speak But
Unable to be Present
"Chnrnctcr, cash, Interest In life,
and content and happiness arc tlio
four things that nro most important
and for which we should all strive,"
Baitl President McVoy at chapel, Tuesday. Mr. Colvin, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, who was to have
spoken, was unable to be present on
account of illness in the family.
President McVey said In part:
"Character conies as a
a consequence to the things that wo
do every day, or as a result of habit.
It is during the adolescent period that
if the character we have not gained
then we have probably lost forever.
During that time our whole process of
thinking is being fundamentally deterCharacter is the ability to
stand in life's battle, to meet it bravely, cheerfully nnd forcefully. Cash is
that which makes it possible for us to
do more effectually the thing wo have
set out to do in life. Our interest in
life depends upon both our avocation;
which is a means of expressing ourselves aside from our work, and upon
our occupation to which we employ
ourselves In order to maintain our ecoHappiness and connomic interests.
tentment come only from within and
with the knowledge of work well done.
One of the hardest things in life is to
be a real college student who strives
and succeeds in obtaining the fundamentals of correct living."
I call you by your
Jill: "By your last name, if you
A nice old lady said to the Ag. student she had engaged as gardener during the summer vacation:
"My boy, I wonder that you don't get
married. You know that the first gardener that ever lived had a wife."
"Yes'm, he did," replied Hiram, "but
the first thing his wife did was to get
"Tubby, aren't you losing fiesh, lately?"
"Yep; I bought n safety razor."
Studo: "Say, professor, I took n
walk In the country today nnd I saw
a garter snake n yard long!"
Doctor Funkhouscr: "Garter snakes
do not reach that length."
Studo: "Well, I thought it was n
garter snake because it was wrapped
around the limb of a tree."
George Buchheit Is
working for a championship
track team as he did for a championship basketball squad, and
the entire student body is expected to give 'em that old "up
and at 'em" and that old "knock
'em off" and that old "let 'em
eat your dust" spirit. Everybody
Bring your "devinity" at 2:30
o'clock and let her look at 'em,
too. Don't bo a razorback!
Kentucky Is going to put It on
Doctor McVey Will Speak
At Educational Meeting
K. D. CHAPTERIAN WILL
RETURN NEXT MONTH
Sarah Hluo, National Chnntcrinn of
the Kappa Delta sorority, who hns
hoen a RUCHt nt tho Knppn Delta house
for the last few days, left Monday for
Texas, where she hns gone to Install
a new chapter nt tho University of
During her stay she ntldresscd the
house council nt the
regular meeting and suggested some
very constructive ideas to nld tho fraternity problem. Sho was scheduled
to address the local
a satisfactory date could not be arranged. On her return in May she
will nddrcss the local
Miss Blue was the recipient of much
social attention while here. Among
the several affairs given in her honor
were: a dinner at the Kappa Delta
house at which representatives from
each fraternity were present; a loyalty
tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Steele, and several other social affairs.
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Chi Omega Entertains
The Same College Store
1 he Same College Clothes
7 he Same Old Welcome
For Grand Treasurer
Lambda Alpha Chapter of Chi
Omega entertained with a tea from
4:00 to 6:00 o'clock, Friday afternoon,
in .honor of the fraternity's grand
treasurer, Mrs. Vesta Lockwood Watson, Washington, D. C. A member
of each fraternity was Invited and all
tho patronesses, of Lambda Alpha.
The house was decorated in cardinal
and straw tulips, and sandwiches and
tea were served as refreshments.
Mrs. Watson was passing through
Lexington on her way to Northwestern
to inspect chapters In the West. While
here she was a guest of Mrs. M. C. L.
Collins, the grand president of Chi
President Frank L. McVey will attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association to be
held at Louisville, April 19 to 22. This
year the Association is trying to make
the session the most sucessful ever
held and is striving for one hundred
per cent attendance. Seventy-ninfac:
ulty members of the University of
Kentucky are members of the Association. Doctor McVey will address the
general meeting Thursday afternoon.
His subject will be "The American RHODES SCHOLARSHIP BLANKS
Highway in Education."
Selection for a Rhodes Scholarship
will be made by the state committee in
October, 1921. The University of
may recommend four candidates
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