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The annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association will bo
held at Louisville, April 25 to 28. This
meeting is one of the most Important
events of the school year, as It proIS THE ONLY RELIEF
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with tho progressive and thotful
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teachers of tho State, to discuss plans
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for the advancement of tho work of
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education in Kentucky. This year a
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS
larger attendance than has ever been
known is expected. A number of proi
fessors of the University will take
part in the program. The official
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headquarters will be at the Hotel i:
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A feature of special interest to UniAddre
WILBUK R. SMITH, Laxlatftoa. Ey.
We are Out of the High Rent District
will be the alumni dinner given at the
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Henry Watterson. Thursday, April 26.
Last year this dinner was attended
by nearly 100 alumni, teachers and
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friends of the University. This year
Mrs. Hughes, Member of American
a larger number is expected, and two
How To "CUT THE CORNERS"
National Association Masters,
or three of the trustees are to be
present and participate in the proOf Your Expenses This Spring and Sumner
Wednesday evening will be "AuTUESDAY. THURSDAY,
Mrs. Alice Hegan
Rice. Mrs. George Madden Martin,
HOURS: 8 lo 11 o'clock
Mrs. Annie Fellows Johnson and Mrs.
MR. JOHN CLARK & MR. HENRY KELLER
Macauley will apFrances Caldwell
pear on the program. Other speakers of note on the general program
are: Dr. G. M. Whipple, professor of
education, University of Illinois; Dr.
son Company; Peoples' Gas Company;
AT THE ADA MEADE. David Snedden, Teacher's College, Co
the new "style ideas' Where All is WeU and Good
Sears & Roebuck Company; Interna
lumbia University; Dr. W. A. Jessup,
soon as they're ready
Hot'ChocoIate,' Home-mad- e
tional Harvester Company; Crane
The Revue de Vogue, a spicy girl president of the State University of
Company; Chicago Telephone Com- act featuring clever songs and pep Iowa;
Dr. Charles H. Judd, University
pany; Western Electric Company; pery comedy, is the headliner of
the of Chicago; Dr. K. C. Davis, Peabody
Blackstone Hotel and the four and
Keith program which begins College.
onejhaJf million dollar pier recently at the Ada Meade today and continPrograstire Shoe Repairing Skop
Another feature is the round table
built by the people of Chicago.
140 S. Limestone
ues thruout the week.
discussions held at the departmental
Rubber Heels and Soles a Specialty
The boys renewed friendships with
A black-facmusical act, Dorothy meetings, and it is in these meetings
many old graduates employed in the De Shelle and Company, in a brilliant that the University will be particuChicago Telephone Company. Among satire on present-daIn the department
life; Bob and larly represented.
Stetson and Knox Hats, Metropolitan
them was 'Miss Margaret Ingles, a Dorothy Finlay, and Dave Thursby, of Science, Professors A. H. Gilbert
member of the '15 class, who now an English comedian, complete the and McHenry 'Rhoads will take part.
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holds the position of Assistant Traffic bill.
In the department of Language, ProNew Regal, Hanan and
Upon her arrival In Lexington this fessor T. T. Jones; Department of
The Seniors who made the trip morning Miss Finlay will go to the re- City
were: G. D. Aaron. L. S. Borders, M. cruiting station and assist the officers George Baker; Department of MatheNettleton Shoes.
J. Crutoher, A. W. Daviess, E. E. in getting recruits for the army and matics, Professor J. M. Davis; DeFor any kind of dental service call on
Drake, A. J. Elmer, J. H. Evans, H. navy. This plan has been worked partment of History and Civics, Dr.
New Shirts and Neckwear
Horine, C. F. Lee, L. C. McClanahan, very successfully by her in other Edward Tuthill; Department of Agri
J. E. McNamara, W. S. Moore, M. M. cities.
culture and Horticulture, Professors
Office hours 8 a. m. 6 p. m.
Montgomery, M. E. Pendleton, E. S
George Roberts and Dean Mary E.
Next Monday the Four Swors, a
Give them a "once over"Penn, T. G. Rice, E. K. Robertson, C.
minstrel company, will be one of the;
C. Shrader, J. G. Scott, H. S. Smlser,
The Kentucky Music Teachers' As
attractions at the popular playhouse.
D. S. Springer and J. N. Waters, memsociation which was organized last
Beginning next Thursday the man- 'spring
bers of the class; Dean Anderson,
at a joint meeting of the Kenagement 'will present a musical tabProfessor Farquhar, Joe and Jack
tucky Conference, of Music Supervis
loid with from twenty-flv- e
ors and the Louisville Music Teachpeople in the cast at every show for
ers' Association will hold its first
the rest of the season. "A Prince for
annual meeting on Friday.
TENNIS ENTHUSIASTS a Day," a clover musical comedy with will be two sessions, one at 9 o'clock
people in the cast, 'will bo
URGED TO JOIN CLUB thirty-livIn tho morning and the other at 2:30
the attraction that half of Die week. o'clock
In the afternoon.
These balmy spring days are bring- Following next will bo "The Girl morning session, Professor J. T. C.
before planting out numerous tennis enthusiasts. Worth While," and then comes Jimmy Noo and Lawrence A. Cover will bo
Hodges and Gene Tynes in "The
Two of the four courts on the campus have boon opened. The tennis Pretty Baby." Phone 612 for seats.
No action lias been taken by tho
faculty concerning the excusing of
club has assumed the expense of put- Advertisement.
The Closest Shop lo University
ting the courts in shape and maintain
students who wish to go to the asso15c
ing them. If all students who want to will bo reserved for the use of the ciation meeting, but It is expected
play avIU join now the funds will bo g'lrls if enough join the club. The fee tliat those who wish to go will be al15c
For information writ tm
sufficient to put the four courts in of one dollar may be paid to Homer lowed to do so. A number of Seniors
Glover's Shampoo. .35c
good condition and keep thorn bo. It Held, Howard Kinno, or Miss Doris and others especially Interested are
WILLIAM S. MYERS, Director
planning to attend.
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has been suggested that one court Jennings
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