Friday, February 13, 1931
SHEEPMEN HEAR AO MEN
The entire quartette spent its spare
moments in perusing copies of
Assistant Dean Horlaclicr and
"Boots, Straps, and Garters" and
State Agent I. C. Grady, 01 me
"Whiz Bang." The books were
College of Agriculture, attended the
treasures, filched from the libraries
Extension Training Conference for
bookshelves of Mayflcld comand
No one can afford to be without Sheen
Breeders of Washington
moners, and the magazines were
one, be he man or be she woman, county, which was held yesterday Instrument
a part of the budget labeled misObjects to Appear
Vcs, dear reader, it's nothing more at Springfield. Both men appeared
Forensic Quartette Returns cellaneous.
palled on Sidney than a good old nineteenth century, s speakers at the conference
From Exile in West
lwas conducted, wth the coopcra-tw- o
Schell and Clyde Reeves, the
wrinkles on a side, hairpin.
Uon of thc
cmmty ngcnlt ns a DEVICE IS PRACTICAL
of the group, who pounced
Swords and pens have accom- - training school for thc local shecp-pllshc- d
on the telephone directory of the
mighty things in their day mcni Dcnu Horlachcr is a na-bA group of actors could hardly
By FKANCES HOLLIDAY
unpretentious city and began using
they must shirk back in shame tionally known authority on Cheviot
believe their eyes at n private demThe unofficial expense nccount of it at the A's. The conversations when a hairpin confronts them.
the four university debaters, Sidney ran .something like this:
onstration held recently by engineers
Granddaughter can use the same i
Schcll, Hugh Jnckson, Clyde Reeves,
"Is his where Mr. A
lives?" straight piece of curved wire tnnt
of the Wcstlnghousc Electric &
Do you have a daughter?"
and John Kane, who have Just regrandmother used, despite the fact
Manufacturing Compny aboard Capexile In
turned from a ten-da- y
that It has nt one time or other
tain J. W. Mcnkc's Golden Rod
Western Kentucky following the
And so down the line until a
end to pick a
dissemblance of the chariot which certain Mr. Adams answered, "Yes been catch a on the button a shoe.
Assembly Showboat casting anchor in the
was conveying them thither, Is sub l have two," when questioned. Up-'o- n
Allegheny River near Pittsburgh,
Just straighten It to its proper
mitted here, having been released
request the daughters were sent curve
William H. Danforth. president Pa.
to The Kentucky Kernel. Prof. W. to the phone and questioned as to originaland it will again serve its
purpose of keeping unruly of the Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.,
Thc actors saw the blades of an
R, Sutherland is frantically prc- - looks, age, etc. Upon explanation
narirur additional and numerous of the situation the young ladies on your of hairor pen and Try what will be the principal speaker will the electric fan stand still while they
Agricultural assembly which
lectures on "Big Business" to meet agreed to endeavor to furnish happens.
held at 10 o'clock Saturday morn- icib wie uircze wmcn ioia mem
the demands of the creditors whom amusement for Mr. Schcll and Mr.
ing in the Livestock Pavllllon on that the blades were turning at high
the young men left behind.
Reeves, and thither proceeded the hairpin under haven't name isthe the Experiment Station farm.
The forensic quartette was bliss young men, not once a day but two brunette mystery,
Mr. Danforth is sponsor of the
for It has efffully gliding along the highway be- or three times dally during the iciently
This strange phenomenon was
accomplished thc following Danforth scholarships which pos- achieved by a new portable
tween Paducah and Mayflcld on exile. Confidentially, one of the deeds in
its flexible life: pulled given to good
Monday morning, February 2, when suitors confessed that the average corks,
scholastic standing, ment which fits into a suitcase. It
a crash, boom, rah, heralded the cost of each date amount to 19 V bed tramps, 'knitted, darned, pipes, qualities of salesmanship and of .operates on ordinary house current
collapse of the faithful engine. The cents the young ladles were in the improvised
suspenders, fixed toys, leadership. The award has a value i and can be carried anywhere. It re- Willys-Knigwas towed Into May-fie- ld habit of serving tea.
pried shirt studs Into tight button of $400 and enables the receiver to 'quires but little skill to run and be-- 1
and abandoned while the necspend a six weeks' summer term at fore the demonstration was over, the
Weary of constant romance in
essary debate trips were taken to one spot, the suitors prevailed upon holes, has done practical plumbing, tne funna natus, wnerc me most actors ana actresses themselves were
untied knots, served
waiting community audiences in the kindly motorists to convey them pin, whipped cream, as a clothescapable students are selected for making the whirring fan appear
surrounding towns. And we begin to numerous spots of interest in sure in gas meters, reduced pres- further work in the Purina organi- still.
kept bills and zation. The working term at the
Western Kentucky in search of new receipts on file, has spread butter
This instrument, called the strob
Taxi (to make debate towns and .game. Most notable of the exclu and cleaned fingernails, (the last Mills is followed by two weeks in oglow, makes moving objects appear
incidentally see Western Kentucky) sions were the ones to Rcelfoot two are mentioned in order because Camp Minniwanka, on Lake Micni motionless by means of flickering
Lake, where the young men stated they are usually performed at the ean. Two have been awarded stu lights regulated to flash at Intervals
Having finished the debates, the that they found only water, and table) cleaned a watch, opened a scholarship In recent years arc Joe corresponding to the speed of the
Thus, the lleht Is
energetio young men were quite to Murray, where two fair damsels can, fastened a door, dug worms, Thompson In 1929, and H. P. Klrk-ma- n moving object.
ready to return home to the univer- were unearther who provided fur- curled hair, repaired automobiles
on" only when two of the blades
sity and registration.
And here ther entertainment.
and the ears of great and small
The winners of the James B. Hag-gi- n are vertical and two are horizontal,
began the first of the now famous
Hugh Jackson, the sophisticate of have submitted, at some time or
Memorial Essay will be an- and "out" while the blades are redaily telegrams sent from the chief- the quartette, attempted to while other, to the surgical hairpin ex- nounced at the Saturday assembly. turning to that position. The eve
university debaters to the away the hours by palaver with traction.
The prizes in this contest have a sees the blades only when the lleht
waiting quartette: "Be comfortable many varied young ladies, the
is "on" and not when the light is
total value of $150.
Life would be just one hair-raisibut frugal" Parts to repair the faculty play(?), the slightly worn
affair if we were deprived of
This scientific development
faithful bus were ordered from the productions of The Princess (May-field- 's that precious little thing called a
to be of great practical useful
other side of the earth, and the
Dr. W. B. McConnell, of the Y.
theatre), a series of yawns, hairpin. The Torch, Valparaiso.
to bridge, and the uncovering of a
exiled ones sat themselves down
M. C. A. graduate school, Nashville,
Applied to airplane proneTlers. the
await further orders.
prominent citizen's daughter whose
Tennessee, spoke at the weekly
AG SOCIETY TO MEET
meeting of the dormitory Y. M. C. stroboglow makes visible to the
The Hotel Hall at Mayfleld open- father lived under the name of
ed its doors to them (for a sum) Hugh R. Jackson and wore a derby.
The Agricultural Society will meet A. last night. The subject, The naked eve any crocks or ouiver in
the propeller while the motor Is
Miscellaneous items on the bud- in the Judging Pavilion at 7:30 Blue Ridge Y. M. C. A. Encampand there they made their home
for the long separation from friends get, with which it closed, were list- o'clock Monday night. There will ment. Proceeding the speaker a wanning up previous to flight. The
The valve action of the motor can be
program conducted musical program was given.
and familiar faces. And we might ed at
be a musical
add here the second item of the
At 5 o'clock Wednesday moraine:. by Dorothy Strother. All members program was greatly enjoyed by studied in the same way.
Because of the lmoortance of hav
February 11, as the gray dawn broke have been urged to attend.
ing the nroneller and enrlne in ner-fp- ct
Room (with shower bath) ten into a downy snow, the recuperated
condition, it is said to be mob- days $40.00.
chariot rolled Into Lexington, laden
able that the stroboglow will be
Room (with bath-tuten days with sleepy young men. who found
made nart of an almlane's required
$50.00 one of the young men was to their utter amusement later In
lnnectlon before fllffht.
afraid to get his face wet.
the day that late registration was
Since the strobofflow can eallv
Of course the instructions of the harder to manage than they had
be taken anywhere and onerntM on
daily telegram were sacred, so each expected.
ordinary current, it can be taken in
day, the young men stayed abed
The unofficial expense account as
factories where engineers can watch
until noon that they might dispense revealed to the Kernel was for
Johnathan Swift as a man and have little Idea of the tremendous the amount of slip of a belt moving
with breakfast. Lunches and din $300.00. When questioned as to the
persons and industry and research that must over a oulley. the vibration of
ners for the four of them for ten extra $10.00 which had not been writer who hated
necessarily have gone into its madays, taken with the smiles of the accounted for, the young men ex- things in the same natural manner kinga quality which speaks most meshed gears, and the movement of
valves in gasoline or diesel engines.
charming waitresses, amounted to plained:
in which most people love them is eloquently of its excellence. J. W. The speed of ertrnnelv small motors
"We wished to save the business the picture Carl Van Doren gives In P.
not having sufficient power to run
To be truly comfortable amuse office the trouble of an uneven sum.
pamconventional Instruments can be dement was necessary, and each, In so we added the extra $10.00 to his biography of the famous
published the termined.
Mark Sullivan has
Observers can actually
his own inimitable way sought to the original $290.00 and bought phleteer, published by the Viking
count the difference in
find it John Kane sought refuge peanuts with it."
Press. Whether or not you have third volume of his "Our Times" between motors, turbines, revolutions
Travels," or even history, and it deals with the events
in such books as Boccaccio s "De
revolving at approxiother
cameron," an unexpurgated edition LOST Yellow Gold Signet ring. care to, and whether or not you are and characters of the era just pre mately units same
of the "Arabian Nights," and SuthFinder please call Dean Melcher's interested in the
The greatest advantage
and horseplay of England in the ceedlng the World War. Most mid
erland's "Plain Tales to the People". office. Reward.
newspapermen remember stroboglow is its compactness which
early 1700's, you will like this book.
stage of national life with enables it to be used on the Job inthat
ecoIt is an excellent biography, writ- relish. Perhaps it was because
I stead of trying to dnnllcate "Job
nomically tersely, beautifully
was intimately in the thick of so conditions' in the laboratory.
many stories in that time that it
"The secret of the stroboglow lies
The words Swift used, Mr. Van
Doren writes, "were as bayonets to seems a golden age to me. Doubt In the lamo which is a develoronent
a soldier, verdicts to a magistrate, less the reporters of today regard nf the grld-gl- w
tube." said Dr. T).
laws to a minister." They usually this as the best of all possible eras, TTirev of the Wstlnehome Research
grew out of his passionate hatred out rrom Mr. Sullivan's book I am Laboratories, who Is In charge of the
for certain persons or customs, going to mention a few names and moiect. "The lamo Is lighted hv the
which hatred, Mr. Van Doren re- ask if they suggest that the current
oclllatine current dtechnree
marks, "was no more disposed to brand of romance in public life havvcondenser. It carries an enorof a
scrupulous justice than another and
is more highly mously heavy charge for an infinman's love." His writings were flavored than that of the previous itesimal period of time. This current
scattered and random, but yet he generation: Theodore Roosevelt, Ad
was raised to the first rank among mlral Dewey, Joseph Pulitzer, Ida rises to 1.000 amwrei. but remains
of a milwriters, the biographer observes, be- M. Tarbell, Frank Norris, Charles there only for one-thilionth of a second. If the current
cause of "the high reach of his Evans Hughes, Booker T. Washingremained at that value for anv
pride, the magnificence of his ton, Robert
lenfth of time the lamp
scorn." As a journalist, be "used all Rockefeller, M. LaFollette, John
In the great new power plant that serves
his skill to move public opinion to liam Jennings Alice Roosevelt, Wil would be melted.
Bryan, Jack London,
"The flash of the lamp Is conthe city of Buenos Aires, Crane valves
Mr. Van Doren lets Swift tell his John L. Sullivan, Maggie Cllne, J. trolled bv the discharge of a conand fittings are found in use. In the paper
own story from its inauspicious be- Pierpont Morgan, "Divine Right" denser. The condenser Is discharged
ginning to its wretched end. Most Baer, Nora Bayes, Marie Dressier, through the grid-glo- w
mills of Ontario and the water power deof the biographer's pages merely Marshall Field, Harry K. Thaw, breaks down the resistance between
clear the way for his subject's bit- Evelyn Nesbit, Mark Twain, Otis the hot filament cathode and the
velopments of Niagara Falls, engineers
ter pen, and are luminous and to Skinner, Margaret Anglin, Elbert H. cold plate anode, and a momentary
the point. The biography reads i Gary, Elihu Root, Chuck Connors, rush of current takes place from
swear by them. Camels carry them into
along so easily that the reader will and Mrs. William Waldorf Astor.
of Expense Given
To Kernel Editor
the filament to the plate. This rush
HIGH SCRIBE TO INSPECT
of current causes the lamp to be
Mr. Harry Potter, of Marshall,
The stroboglow was invented by 111., High Scribe of Alpha
Zeta, naD. D. Knowlcs, and W. E. Bahlcs of
tional agricultural honorary frathe Wcstlnghousc Rcserach Laboratoriesand L. R. Peters, formerly ternity, will be in Lexington Satwith Wcstlnghousc.
urday for thc purpose of inspecting
thc local chapter In the College of
DePauw University recently re- Agriculture. Mr. Potter will attend
ceived a bequest of more than a miltfyc Saturday
assentbly of agrilion dollars from thc estate of John culture students and will be guest
Hlgglns Harrison, prominent Middle of honor at a luncheon to be given
by thc local Alpha Zeta unit, Saturday noon, at the Lafayette hotel.
Two graduates of the Oklahoma
The local officers of Alpha Zeta
Agricultural and Mechanical Col- arc Dudley Smith, president, W.
lege arc taking a training course at D. Survant,
scribe, Given Dye,
thc Oklahoma City assembling plant censor, W. E. Florence, treasurer,
and Oeorge Harris, chronicler.
of thc Ford Motor Company.
Ag. Students Hear
Purina President at
The University of Cincinnati was
Pitt upheld thc affirmative and
Western Reserve the negative of chosen as the site of the spring
thc question, "Resolved, that the convention of thc Ohio College
several states should enact legisla- - Newspaper Association. Oliver Amos
m' editor of the Miami Student, is president
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