THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
"The Thirteenth Chair"
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vnnce report was received to the effect of
The funeral services wore conducted
by Dr. Bonpnmin J. Bush, assisted by
the Nov. Charles McVoy of Holla, N.
Dakota and the Rev. William McVoy
of Carbondale, 111.
The pallbearers were; Carol M. Sax,
Dean Thomas P. Cooper, Fred C. Rec,
tor, Richard Stoll, Professor C. A.
Lampert, Thomns R. Bryant, George
Graves ntyl R. C. Gordon.
Memorial Services Held
A memorial service for Mrs. McVey
under the auspices of the faculty was
held in chapel Thursday
Superintendent of Public Instruction
George Colvin, Professor Farquhar and
Mrs. Lafferty paid beautiful tributes
to her memory. Resolutions of sympathy were passed by the faculty of
the University, the Deans of Colleges
of Liberal Arts of State Universities
of the Middle West, National Academy
of Visual Instruction, National University Extension Association, the Deans
of Men of Universities of the Middle
West and the
Student Conference, all of which were in convention at the University during the week.
Other resolutions were passed by
the Fayette County League of Women
Viters, the Central Kentucky Branch
of the American Association of College
Women, the University Woman's Club,
the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky and the student body of the
Resolutions by Student Body
The resolutions passed by the students were as follows:
"We, the student body of the University of Kentucky, have learned with
profound regret that Mrs. Mabel Moore
Sawyer McVey, wife of the President
of the University passed to rest Wen- nesday evening.
"We realize that, on account of her
leadership in matters of education, her
sympathetic interest in all activities
of the student body, her uniform desire
to promote the welfare of an institu
tion that is dear to us all, we have
lo3t a loyal friend and a wise counselor.
"Be it recolved there fore, that we
extend to President McVey and his
family our sympathy, and further be it
resolved tha't a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family and to the
"C. H. MAHONEY,
"JOHN W. CRENSHAW,
Editorial Note: The Kernel regrets
that lack of space prevents the publishing of the numerous resolutions drawn
up in honor of Mrs. McVey.
LETTERS FROM KENTUCKY
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is great. Remember too, that the
"typhoid season" begins about this
time, the number of cases being
greater during the summer months, as
W. N. Lipscomb, M. D.
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is so well represented by outstanding
students at the University will long be
remembered. A dance was given in
the afternoon for the cast, and attended by young society folks of Richmond.
The same- hearty welcome with
which the Strollers were received in
Middlosboro when they produced "The
Admirable Crlchton" last season, was
extended them yesterday when they
arrived in that city and presontod
Velllor's gripping mystery drama. A
large audience of Middlosboro theatrical critics who witnessed tho play
and complimented John Burks, director
very highly for bringing to their city
a play that was far beyond tho bounds
of amateur touch, and so nearly professional.
The last performance on tour will
bo given In Plnevllle tonight. An ad- -
that many tickets have already been young mnnhood nnd young
"THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR"
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"Jessie Dbdd, our sister in Thota
Sigma Phi, is dead. Tho first break In
our devoted circle has been made by
the most unwelcomo of all intrudors.
The news shocks nnd wounds us. Try
as we may we can not see tho reason
for her death; why a life so brilliant in
promise, so helpful and ho true should
be ended as the light of the noonday
sun shone on It fullest. Wo can only
seek comfort for ourselves and for all
who loved her in prayer, the best way
known to believers in the immortality
of the soul, and the consulntion of a
hope in a life eternal where no member will fail to answer at fraternal
"Therefore, be it resolved that wo
place this tribute to an honored journalist student on the records of Tlieta
Sigma Phi; publish It as our expression in the next edition of the Kernel
and send a copy, with our love and
sympathy, to thq members of her family.
"MARGARET A. SMITH,
"When assembled happily on Sunday
morning, April 23, in the assembly
rooms for the April meeting, the mem
bers of the Catholic Club of the University of Kentucky did not know that
death was hovering over one of Its
mo3t valuable members and that Jessie
Dodd, a senior in the University, was
nearlng the entrance of that great life
beyond the reach of shadow; that the
sun of the spring day was setting for
ever on a beautiful girl whose very
being had for nearly twenty-onbeen a joy and treasure in the home
circle in which the Creator placed it.
the blessing that forbids the knowledge of the happenings of the future
was shed on the students assembled
but the cruel realization came to them
without mercy the following day.
'Therefore, be it resolved, that a
copy of this expression be placed on
the record of the club, sent to her
family and published in The Kentucky
JESSE DODD DIES
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be made hapier by this symbol of a
State's appreciation and by the plan
to keep tho life of the youth always
teeming with partotism.
afford to do less?
Superintendent's Letter to Comrades
"Some three years ago the plan was
conceived of erecting on the campus at
the University of Kentucky a State
Memorial Building in honor of Kentucky's sons and daughters who served
and sacrificed in the World War. It
was planned to ralso funds for this
purpose through voluntary public subscriptions.
The jamount of money
sought was $300,000. Those who have
the matter In charge have thought it
proper that the school children of
Kentucky should participate in raising
tho funds for this laudable purpose.
Tlte week of April 24 has been designated by Governor Morrow as MEMORIAL WEEK, and the school children
of Kentucky, in accordanco with plans
thnt will bo furnished you, will be
privileged to share lu raising tho fund
necessary for tho erection of tho
"I hesponk for those who havo the
matter in chnrgo your hearty
It soems to mo altogether fitting that Kontucky should have such a
Momorlal Building, and that it should
lio located upon tho campus of our
State University. . We wish that our
young men and our young women
should know the price that was paid
for tho preservation of our institutions
and of our liberties. Wo wish coming
generations to know that in the hour
hood, true to tho host traditions of our
Commonwealth, gladly paid tho price
that all that men hold denr might bo
preserved. No university, no institution, can teach a moro Important truth
than this of unselfish devotion to our
country's rights nnd our country's
"To raise tho necessary fund will
mean sacrifice; but in this slight sacri
flee our children will bo entering Into
the great sacrifice mnde by those
whoso services this structure will
commemorate. We should glvo as
they gave; wo should servo as thny
served. Other states havo done m
much; Kentucky can afford to do no
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TRACK TEAM MEETS
TENN. AT KNOXVILLE SAT.
Eight Letter Men to Make
the Trip; Opposition said
To Be Strong
The annual track meet between the
University of Kentucky and the University of Tennessee will be held at
Knoxvllle Saturday April 29.
The squad will leave for Knoxvllle
Friday morning in charge of Coach
George Buchheit who will be assisted
by manager Albert "Red" Hukle.
About twelve men will make the trip.
The following letter men will make
the trip: Clare, Porter, Wllhelm, Boyd,
Davidson, Nantz, Hollowell and Snider. The rest of the team will be picked
from the following: Wolfe, Nicholson,
Wilson, Sturges, Butler, Erown, Dean,
Ogden, Brewer, Dewhurst.
The men have been working hard
under the capable guidance of Coach
Buchheit and expect to be in excellent
shape for the coming meet. Snider
whe has been off the team because o?
ineligibility of studies has returned
to the fold and will help run up points
in the relay and the jumps.
Captain Clare the Wildcat Ace will
be entered in the hurdles and the
sprints. The relay team will be composed of Wilhelm, Nantz, Boyd and
Last year Kentucky was able to defeat Tennessee by a fair score and is
determined to again duplicate that
victory. Tennessee, however, has a
much better balanced team this year
than last and with several letter men
back on the squad, Coach Banks expects to give the Wildcats some stiff
opposition. Tennessee has just built
a new cinder track, a thing that Kontucky badly needs. And the Tennessee
men will have the advantage of working out under conditions similar to
those under which the meet will be
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CONFERENCES AT U. K.
Final Addresses of Educational Sessions Held on Campus Given
Final addresses and business sessions Saturday marked the closo of the
series of six educational conferences
that havo been in session hero during
latter half of the past week.
Tho soventh annual conferenco of
tho National University Extension Association, tho
Student Conferenco of Colleges and Unlvorsltles
and tho Homo Reading Conference
wore tho three national educational
organizations to end their meetings
Tho conference of Deans of Men
of State Universities and that of Doans
of Colleges of Arts and Scloncos in
Collegos nnd Unlvorsltles in tho same
district wore ended Friday, while the
third annuul conferenco of tho Nation-n- l
Academy of Instruction completed
its meeting Thursday night In order
that Us members might attond tho
other educational meetings iu
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