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4 > Image 4 of The Kentucky Kernel, February 29, 1924

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THE KENTUCKY PAft Few that in addition to this it could subject this plant to use for instructional purposes for the Department of JourPublished every Friday throughout the Colltfe nalism. year by the student body of the We desire to set this matter plainly University of Kentucky and frankly before the friends of the The Kentucky Kernel it the official newspaper paper, Alumni and others, in the hope 01 the students and lumnt of tne university that we may be able, with the generof Kwtucky ous assistance of the Kentucky Press Subscription One Dollar and Fifty Cents a Association, to realize this year a xear five cents the copy dream that has long obsessed the pubpaper, Entered at Lexington Peatafflce as second lishers of this The Kernel will be pleased to hear ciass mu matter from alumni who may be interested in f this project to the end that their AHma RAYMOND L. KIRK Mater may be aiblc to serve them witli 211 Phones 623 a better University newspaper. The Kentucky Kernel ManigUg Editor MARGARET LAVIN 2117-Phones 24 WHISKERS" ASSOCIATE EDITORS Sterling Towlts Marv F. Gorer '24 Dwight L. Bicknell '24 '24 Dixon Davidson I ylcr .Mutiford 25 SPORTS EDITOR Eugene B Moore '25 Aulitant Snort editors Robert VanPett '26 Ton Duncan '2S NEWS EDITORS Betty Barbour '25 Herbert Carter '25 SOCIETY EDITOR Helen King '25 BUSINESS MANAGER William Tate 423 V Phones 2117-- y Assistant Business Manager William Blanton '24 ADVERTISING MANAGER Edward F. Goodson, '26 CIRCULATION MANAGER Clifton Thompson '26 REPORTERS Curtis Buehler '26 Louise Burks '25 Frances Lee '26 Eugenia O'Hsra '24 Margaret VanMeter '24 Virginia Kelley '26 '24 Judith Yuna-blu- t KacheUa SnaakMtW Nancy Stephenson 24 Margaret Chenault '25 v!K.n "C rarer Beam rze Mary Stalling '25 Jas. R. Davidson Lois Hargett '26 Ted McDowell '26 Press of Commercial KERNEL'S Printing Company AMBITIOUS At a meeting in Frankfort last week between a committee of the Ken tucky Press Association, appointed for that purpose and a representative of the Kernel, to devise some plan by which a printing plant could be es tablished on the campus and operated by the Kernel, initial steps were taken For the last several years the Ker nel has felt the necessity of having its staff workers and its printing depart ment in closer physical relationship and for that reason has been trying to work out some plan by 'which it could purchase at least a linotype ma chine and a press large enough to han die the Kernel. Tlhe Department of Journalism that the editors of the state became interested in the project of getting this equipment as there is a dearth of young newspaper men in Kentucky who are acquainted with printing details sufficiently to make them thoroughly efficient in the getting out of weekly or even daily I Dean Boyd, of the College of Arts and Sciences, is much interested in the project of procuring this equipment and' is lending his aid to that cud. i Several plans were suggested at the One recent meeting in Frankfort. was to seek to induce the Watterson memorial committee to appropriate some of its funds for this purpose but a representative of this committee who was present gave the surprising information that no such funds had yet been collected. It was then sug gested that in its June meeting the K. P; A. be asked to approve and help to promote a stock company to be named the Kernel Publishing Company, and sell sufficient stock to members of the association and to interested alumni to supply the needed funds. The Kernel was able, the session of 1922-2- 3 to show a surplus of $800.00. With similar experience the current session it should be able to show a like surplus. With this as a nucleus to make first payment on machinery we believe that the Kernel could, with the help of such a stock company as proposed, make the project a success. It believes that it could save somewhat on its present expense account; that by- 'being close to its plant it could1 produce a far better paper and - 1 SpSJpSBsppSJfSSJ SPIRIT "CARRY ON" Saturday night as the Cats came on the floor amid the cheers of a packed gym, prior to their ibasketball game with Tech which they won by a safe margin, all were in high spirits; even the talismanic cat, "Whiskers," was purring a soft purr of contentment as he watched his charges limber up for the fray. As the affair progressed with its ups and downs, "Whiskers," the mascot, sat haunched in his cage, following the game and dreaming of the trip to the tournament with all the keen anticipation of one of John Fox Jr.'s characters in the Kentucky mountains when he dreamed of a trip to the The dreams of the latter were fulfilled, but those of poor "Whiskers," that dauntless champion with an uncrushaible spirit, which could be quenched only by death, did not culminate so happily. As the shrill (blast of the timer's whistle stopped the struggle between the two teams, "Whisker's" keen ear caught the first note and his body stiffened only to fall limp to the bottom of his cage. "Time" had beem called for him, the end of his only game had come, and without a whimper he died, displaying the same courage that had made his champions famous through out the Southland. "Whiskers" will not go to the tour nament but the spirit which the little creature always displayed will carry on with the team that represents his Foster Mater. The boys will be spurr ed on and guided by reflection upon this sacrifice of his freedom for the privilege of being their mascot, and the only whistle we hope that will stop them at Atlanta, is the one of the time keeper in the final game announcing their opponents' defeat. K CATS TAKE HARD GAME FROM GEORGIA TECH IN LAST FRAY AT HOME KERNEL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OPENED CONCERT SERIES (Continued You've often heard how ageing in wood improves fine wines. Now listen to this: The best Kentucky Burley Tobacco (the same as fine wines) loses every bit of its harshness and rawness when it is aged in wood. Velvet Tobacco is Kentucky's best Burley, aged in wood. from first page.) ccntly organized and bids fair to become one of the most popular organizations on the cainipus. The orchestra is composed of twenty pieces, directed by Professor C. A. Lampert. The equipment is better than ever before and much interest is ibeing manifested in the Society. The audience and the orchestra alike were delighted with the Romany Theatre and pronouniced it an ideal place to hold a concert of that character. The next concert will be given a week from Monday. K WILDCATS ENTRAIN AMID CHEERS OF ENTHUSIASTS (Continued from first-page- .) following eight players: McFarland, Rcifkin and Underwood, forwards; Milward and Hughes, centers; Captain Rice, King and Boren, .guard's. Bill King reported his ankle in much better shape just before his departure and it is thought, that with the star running careful attention, guard and forward will be able to participate in the first game of the tournament. Milward is still suffering with his right foot, in which the arch is broken down, and may not be able to start Friday night's game. The rest of the Wildcats are in good shape. K 40QRTT A MtIIM ToBACCO Co. ft t ttM M The Best Sandwiches and Sodas in Town KITTENS WIN ONE POINT VICTORY OVER FLASHY LIEUTENANTS OF CENTRE Continued from 1st page) McGurk and O'BRIEN Hendricks and Stevenson for their goal shooting. The summary: Kentucky 25 Centre 24 F Morrow 4 Hendricks 7 Raymer 2 F Johnson 14 C Besuden 1 McClure S G Judy Farrington 4 Kagin G Scrivner 3 Substitutes: Kentucky Stevenson t for Hendricks; Farmer 2 for Besuden; Besuden for Ramer. Centre Garrity 1, for Morrow. Referee Johnson, of Cincinnati. K ( I offer the following as my attempt to create good feeling between "Old Centre" and ourselves. It is to be sung to the tune of that bananna song. I call it "The Song of Hate:" Oh, yes, we have no McMillan, We have no Red Roberts today, We've Kubale and Covvy, No Hudigins or Snoddy But all kinds of subs and things, (Continued from first page) maWe've got an old broken-dow- n chine Captain Rice ordered his men to us the long pass, Milward being the key- And players that are much too green, stone man in this style. Then Ken- But, yes we have no Red Roberts, tucky retaliated with Tech's own game, We have no McMillan today. the driblble, and Bill King came into his own. Though King was often successful in dribbling through the entire Tech five, he and his teammates missed many easy shots which should have been made. Roane, the Georgia captain, was the outstanding player of the game. This man, who last year was given a place on the five, is a great dribbler, an accurate shot, and a sure passer. Unfortunately he was remov- U Candy Q ed from the game shortly before the final whistle because of personal fouls. M DELICIOUS D Summary and lineup: Georgia Tech 27 Kentucky 33 Koane 10 F McFarland 6 Q Matheson S F Underwood 8 SATISFYING C 11 Eckford 2 Milward Moore G King 8 H King 10 G Rice N Wonderful Substitutions: Tech Wilde for Eckford. Kentucky 'Riefkin for Underwood, Hughes for Milward. Molly O Referee Lane, of Cincinnati. K After the Sigma Nu bowling party on G. Washs birthday one of the girls said, "I'm a little stiff from bowling." Then Robin conies right back thusly, "Where did you say you were from?" 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