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many men who wish to meet you a
little over half way in order to
Y. M. C. A. WILL OPEN
comrades and brothers.
That's what it means
to be a real
Moreover the reward is
greater than the work, for "He that
lovetli his brother abideth in the light
and there is nono occasion of stumbling in him."
During the last two months a hundred different things have been done
by the Y. boys to help humanity. Social service work has been carried on
In the Greendale Reformatory, in the
Odd Fellows' Home and tho Mission
schools. A reading room is furnished
the students where games may be
and home town
papers read. Writing material can be
had there and many boys are taking
advantage of tho courtesy.
Join the Y. M. C. A., fellows. It
will lead to a life worth while. It
will give you a disdain for weakness
and an undaunted confidence in your
own strength. Working hand in hand
with the church, doing God's work,
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lu President hat years of experience in Mercantile and
Banking business, also 40 years educating 20,000 young
men and womrn fot success. tSTEaM now. PhOM. mill.
Address WILBUR K. SMITH. Lexloiilon. Ky.
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Kirkland, of tho Portland Co
niont Company, of Chicago, gavo a
storcopticon locturo Saturday morning
boforo tho Froshman class of tho Mo
chanical and Electrical College. Tho
subject of tho locturo was, "Tho Pro
per Mixing of Concrete."
It. I). Poguo, of the '13 class, M. &
E., visited tho Unlvorsity Saturday
Arrangements havo been mado by
Dean F. Pnul Anderson for tho pre
senting of twonty-flvIecturos show
Ing processes of manufacturing differ
out commodities. Fifteen of those lec
tures will bo illustrated by motion
pictures, films sent hero by tho Bu
reau of Commercial Economics at
College Stationery, Engraving
and Die Stamping, Frat and
Exquisite Corsage Bouquets
J. E. Mustard, representing tho
Westinghouso Electrical Manufactur
ing Company, will come here Friday,
November 17, to talk to the Senior
mechanical and electrical students.
Mr. Mustard intends to select several
men to work for tho Westinghouse
Martin A. Doyle, '04, a graduate of
the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, paid a visit to the
University Friday. Mr. Doyle Is now
with relatives in Paris, Kentucky, on
the Young Men's' Christian Assocla' a vacation from the revenue service,
tion is bound to bring great things to being stationed at Now York City on
the University and its men. Make tho revenue cutter "Mohawk."
next week a Y. week and follow the
same steps in the weeks to come.
Gatowood Ireland, B. M. E., '15,
Join in the good cause and work for spent a few days of his vacation with
friends in Lexington.
it. Be a brother.
connected with the engineering deDR. GANFIELD SPEAKS partment of the Bartlett, Hayward
TO STUDENT BODY Company, of Baltimore, designing munition machinery.
Dr. W. A. Ganfield, president of Centhe student BROWN IS PRESIDENT
tre College, addressed
body in chapel Tuesday morning.
OF CHEMICAL SOCIETY
"There are four great factors in human life," he said, "and these factors
Dr. L. A. Brown, of tho Experiment
are typified in the four great ques- Station, was elected president of the
tions, three of which havo been an- Lexington section of the American
Chemical Society at its annual busi"How shall wo load God's children ness meeting Saturday. The other ofto get along with one another and ficers elected to take office January 1
weld them all together? is the fourth were Dr. Garnott Ryland, of Georgequestion, which must be answered In town College, first vice president; Dr.
our age. The three others were an- G. Davis Bucknor, of the Experiment
Station, second vice president; J. S.
men, else tho world Avould havo re- McHargue, of tho Experiment Station,
mained at a standstill. At the conclu- secretary and treasurer; Dr. A. M.
sion of his address, Dr. Ganfield urged Peter, councilor.
tho students to turn their thoughts in
all seriousness to answering tho vital
BIO. CLUB TO MEET
question of tho age.
Tho Biological Club of the University will hold a meoting Friday at
HALL IN HANDS
OF SENIOR STUDENTS 3:30 o'clock to
officors. All students and professors
and Floyd interested
John Peter Rickotts
in genotlcs, botany, zoolhavo taken ogy, physiology and natural history
Potts, Sonior students,
over tho management of tho moss hall aro cordially invited to attend this
'and will probably bo permanently meeting. Tho club will meet in tho
placed in charge If their administra- botany lecturo room, first floor of the
tion is a success. Both theso mon Agricultural Building.
havo boon connected with tho hall for
tho past two years and are capablo
of handling such a proposition.
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The Westinghouso Society of mechanical and oloctrieal onginoors hold
its rogular monthly meeting November 4. at which time "Joo" Dickor
gavo an interesting talk on forgo
work. Tho next mooting of tho soci
ety will bo hold Saturday, November
IS, and a featuro of this meoting will
bo a talk by Professor Nollau on a
subject of his own choosing.
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