THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
James Park, '15
Mrs. Rodes Estill, '21
L. Kirk, '24
Dr. and Mrs. George Colvin, of
Louisville, have announced tlio en- gagement of their daughter, Lovey
Mary Colvin, to Mr. William Duffield
Cochran, of Ann Arbor, Mich., and
Ky. Miss Colvin was
trraduated from the Collece of Arts
jand Sciences of the University last
June. She is a member of the Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority and was one
of the most popular women students
on the campus. Mrr- - Cochran was
graduated from Centre College and is
a Beta Theta Pi. The date for the
marriage has not been set.
Dr. George H. Wilson, '04
Dr. E. C. Elliott, '02
Wm. II. Townsend, 12
Walter Hillenmeyer. '11
Wavland Rhodes. '15
W. C. Wilson, '13
Watch next week's Kernel for a full program.
The University of Kentucky extends a most
cordial invitation to all"her sons and daughters
will be the best ever
Writer Shows That Three Soldiers Are Used Against State
In Game During the Season
This '98 team was a
one and it was captained by one of
the coolest and most
tains that ever directed a football
team on the field. There were a
number of critical times in these
games, when one less cool and resourceful than Captain Severs would
have faltered, and the other side
would have scored.
In the game with K. U. they ran
in two "ringers" on us in the shape
of two soldiers matriculated for the
occasion at Smith's Business College,
which then had a nominal connection
with Kentucky University.
This matriculation in the Business
College of athletes whose strong
points were not those of scholar
ship, was a common practice of that
institution in those days.
In the above case, Captain Severs
detected at once the presence of these
two "ringers" when the K. U. team
trotted out on the field, and filed a
vigorous protest, first with the ath
letic management of that institution,
and then appealed to President Cave;
however, his appeals were without ef
fect as they all stood pat, averring
that these two persons were indeed
bona fide students. The game was
then played under protest, as the
crowd was on the grounds and S. C.
seemed to have no other course open
to her. As K. U. was defeated, of
course nothing further ever came of
the protest. Also the career of those
Innie, U. of C,
bri ef !fallif eotfe5Pdy;
Central Uniyersitydefeated; Giatre"
College this year a't Richmond, 30 to
0. It will always be problematic what
would have been the result of a game
between C. U. and S. C. that year. It
is undoubtedly true from the way
Sever's team started in to wipe up
with Centre that 5 of November, that
only the fortunate rain saved her
from defeat by at least as large a
score as she was defeated by Central.
Fourteen minutes were actually played and State made three touchdowns.
Only one was counted.
In my last contribution I stated
that Lafayette Brock was manager of
the football team for two seasons.
My attention has been called to the
statement as an error as far as the
'97 team was concerned.
W. T. Carpenter was manager of
the '97 team.
The athletic records for the spring
of 1898 are meagre. This seems to
have been on account of the breaking
out of the
which monopolized most of the news
paper space. Also the war excite
ment seems to have lessened interest
in athletic contests themselves, both
among the students artd with the
They Tell Me
Benjamin Ellis Warren Scott, B. C.
E. 1909. C. E. 1912. is vice president
of the General Construction Company
of St. Louis, Mo. His address is 805
Plantersabuilding, St. Louis.
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Arts, from the University of Kentucky with the class of 1914, has been
named president of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College, at Richmond. He wai
the unanimous choice of the board of
regents of the institution to succeed
Dr. Thomas J. Coates, who died re
cently. Dr. Donovan now is professor of education at Peabody College
in Nashville, Tenn. He will take up
his new duties just as soon as he can
obtain his release from Peabody,
Dr. Donovan formerly was assistant superintendent of the Louisville
Besides this he has
been an elementary school principal
at Paducah, Ky.; superintendent of
schools at Catlettsburg and Wick-liffand dean at the Eastern State
Dr. Donovan was born on a farm j
in Mason county, Kentucky, and has
received the greater part of his eighteen years' teaching experience in the
state. He is a graduate of the State
Teachers College at Bowling Green;
received na a. a. degree az me uni- versity of Kentucky; his M. A. degree
at Columbia University; his Ph. D.
degree at Peabody College, and he
has also done graduate work at the
University of Chicago. He is the author of numerous articles and of a
book on "Supervision and Teaching of
Reading" and " A State's Elementary
Teacher Training Problem," the latter book being mainly a study of
"I intend to give my time, energy
and ability to this programme of the
school," Dr. Donovan said. "My life
will be invested in that position. I
feel that I know the education prob-- 1
lems of this state and I am going to
!give my best."
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133 W. SHORT
I have been unable to find any
chronicle of baseball games in which
State College was one of the contestants. I note that on Tuesday, May 3,
Georgetown defeated K. U. 18 to 17.
On May 21 State College had a dual
field meet with the University of Cincinnati, and won by the score of 49
The events with the winners were
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graduated from the University with
the class of 1925. He was captain of
the football team during his senior
year and is widely known to Alumni
of the University as "Sandy." He
now is coaching athletics at the Tighl-ma- n
High school in Paducah and has
been there for three years.
Salmon, U. of
run Vogt, S. C. 2:18 5.
two soldiers as K. U. students was Pole vault Soule Smith, S. C, 8
9 .inches; . - .;
i ntr ieulation te BlayHWt C the' game feet;,
IT. of C... 23
OPPONENTS OF S.C
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moore Sanders,
of Paducah, Ky., are welcoming the
arrival of a son who was born April
11 at the Rfverview hospital in Paducah.
He has been named Curtis
Moore Sanders, Jr. Mr. Sanders was
RINGERS USED BY
Dr. Herrrian Lee Donovan, who received the degree of Bachelor of
Special Rental Rates to Students
Dr. H. L. Donovan, 1914, Named
President 6i Eastern Kentucky State Normal School
and Teachers College.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle D. Wallace, of
Lexington, Ky., have announced the
Mr. and Mrs. James McCoy Ford, arrival of a son who was born at the
of Georgetown, Ky., have announced Grind Snmnritnn hosnit.nl Thnrsdav.
engagement of their daughter, April 12. He has been named Earle
: Margaret James Ford, to Mr. Bran- D. Wallace, Jr. Mr. Wallace was
ham Dunlap, of Versailles, Ky. Both graduated from the College of EnMiss Ford and Mr. Dunlap are for- gineering of the University of Kenmer students of the University. They tucky with the class of 1921. He is
will make their home near Versailles, field manager for the Kentucky Ex
where Mr. Dunlap is engaged in farm- ploration Company. They make their
ing. No date has been set for the home in Lexington.
Announcement of the coming marriage of Miss Beatrice Frumberg, of
St. Louis to Mr. I. Jay Miller, of Lexington, was recently made. Mr. Miller was graduated from the College
of Law of the University with the
class of 192G, and is one of the most
prominent young attorneys of Lexington. Miss Frumberg was graduated from National Park Seminary in
Washington and is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Frumberg, of St
Louis. The wedding will take place
this coming fall. They will make
their home in Washington, D. C.
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May 28. Alumni Luncheon will
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Running ihigh jump A. T. Smith.
U. of C, 5 feet 2 inches.
Hammer throw Whayne, .S. C. 75
feet, 5 inches.
hurdles Campbell, S. C,
William Wathen Prewitt, LL. B.
1910, is" an attorney and owner of
the Prewitt Abstract and Loan Com-- J
pany of Osceola, Fla. He was elect- ed mayor of Osceola in 192G.
address is 407 Pearl street, Osceola.
Innis, U. of C,
Running broad jump Salmon, U
of C, 20 feet.
Putting the shot Whayne, S. &,
32 feet, 11 2 inches.
One mile run Stegner, U. of C, 3
minutes, 20 5 seconds.
hurdles Campbell, S. C,
of the 1898
In my write-useason for the February number
of The Alumnus, I referred to two
soldier ringers being played by K. U.
against S. C. in the game with us
that year. It would appear that the
number should have been three instead of two. This fact has brought
out as a result of a recent application
of one of these players for a pension
for an alleged injury to his knee sustained in this game. In his affidavit
the affiant recounts how he was approached through his .sergeant, and in
the tent of a higher office- introduced
as, he put it, to the "President" of
Kentucky University (but who was
more likely some other representative
of the institution), who stated the
great need of the University to
strengthen its team against that
of State College. He further affirms
that he was "detailed" by his superior
officer for the performance of this
service and after practicing for several days with the Kentucky University team did play as a member of
it in the game with S. C, and received therein a permanent injury to his
knee. He also refers to several others of his comrades playing in the
same game on the same team with
him and among others especially to
one Sergeant BIoss.
The above facts have been disclosed as the result of a United
inspector making inquiries here
in order to determine how far the
claims of the applicant could be substantiated.
During the winter of 1902 a meeting of the K. I. A. A. was held at
which more stringent rules for ex
cluding 'professionals and ringers
When in April of that year, how
ever, a ruling was made by the association against Hogan Yancy on the
ground of his having played profes
sional ball, K. U. withdrew, alleging
that present excellent character as a
student should outweigh previous record as to having received money for
his athletic services.
S. C. had a good nine this year. It
'as r. f.; Tally, s. s.; as follows: Ew-el-l,
Geary, 2nd b.;
Grady, c; Gullion (capt.), c. f.; Math
ews, 1. f.; Darling, 3rd b.; Elliott, 1st
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her pitchers except "Jim" Parks.
The manager of the 1902 team was
E. C. Wurtele.
No field day seems to have been
held this year. At least I have been
unable to find any newspaper account
of same, if it was held.
Basement Administration Bldg-
Mary Belle Pence, A. B. 1913, now
Joseph Bryan Shelby, B. M. E. 1910,
is Mrs. George Martin Wolf, and is
is sales engineer for the Driver-Har-h- is
Company, of Harristown, N. J. living in Hazard, Ky.
His address is 307 Wyoming avenue,
Robert Bedford Pogue, B. M. E.
Maplewood, N. J.
1913, is engineer of tests for the
Evans Layton ShulT, B. M. E. 1910, American Brake, Shoe and Foundry
is service and sales engineer for the Company of Chicago. His address is
Combustion Engineering Corporation, 332 South Michigan avenue, Chicago.
Atlanta, Ga. His address is 1527
Ella Keziah Porter, A. B. 1913, M.
Candler building, Atlanta.
A. 1914, now is Mrs. Wright Green,
James Dwire Rees, LL. B. 1911, is and lives at 329 Chestnut street, Win-netak- a,
a farmer in
Canada. He has been located there
Yandall Ragan, A. B. 1913, M. A.
for several years.
1915, is a physician and is practicing
Grover Cleveland Routt, B. S. 1911, his profession in Cold Springs, Ky.
M. S. 1913, is county agricultural
Clarence Hudson Richardson, B. A.'
agent for Graves county, Kentucky.
1913, is a professor of mathematics
He is stationed at Mayfield, Ky.
at Georgetown College, Georgetown,
Joseph Bishop Sanders, B. M. E. K.
1911, is an engineer with the Carrier
Morris Roth, B. C. E. 1913. is an
Engineering Corporation, 750
engineer with Olney J. Dean and
avenue, Newark, N. J.
Company of Chicago.
Theodore Slade, B..M. E. 1911, is address is 5122 North Avers avenue,
manager of the utilities division of Chicago.
Kelvinator, Incorporated. His adGeorge Atwell Scott, B. C. E. 1913.
dress is care of Kelvinator, Incorporated, Plymouth Road, Detroit, Mich. M. C. E. 1919, is a bridge engineer
and lives in Birmingham where his
Ben McAtee Smarr, B. M. E. 1911, address is 1140 Norwood boulevard.
is with the specifications and records
Arnan Owlsey Snoddy, B. S. 1913,
division of Gentral Motors Corporation, of Detroit. His address is 2557 is a chemist with the Proctor and
West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, Mich. Gamble Company of Cincinnati. His
address is 24 Clinton Springs Land,
Mary Barrett Smith, A. B. 1911, is Cincinnati.
now Mrs. W. R. Ratliff, and lives in
James Dunn Sory, Jr., LL. B. 1913,
is secretary of the Kentucky Disabled
Men's Board. He has his
Stephen Laniont Pannell, LL. B.
1912, A. B. 1914, is practicing his pro- offices at 503 Crutcher and Stark
fession at 2659 East One Hundred building, Louisville, Ky.
and Twenty-eight- h
Edith Hurst Stivers, A. B. 1913,
now is Mrs. Anderson D. Owens and
b.; R. Geary, p.
Lily Brandenburg Park, B. S. 1912, lives in Springfield, Ky.
The schedule played with the renow is Mrs. R. H. Combs, and lives
sults was as follows:
S. C 6; K. U. 7 (April 12).
John Howard Payne, A. B. 1914, is
at 3406 Clarendon Road, Cleveland
superintendent of schools at Mays8 (April Heights, Ohio.
S. C. 9; Lawrenceburg
S. C 4; Georgetown 0 (April 2G).
S. C. 10; Lawrenceburg 0.
S. C 14; Leingfon Pro's 1.
S. C 1; Miami 7.
S. C. 2; Georgetown 1 (11 innings,
S. C 2; Berea 0.
"Bob" Geary will go down in State
University baseball history as one of
her great pitchers. He has probably
never been equalled by any other of
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Christina Pence, A. B. 1908, now is
Samuel P. Reed, LL. B. 1910, is an Mrs. R. M. Holland and lives at 702
attorney and is also engaged in the Griffith avenue, Owensboro, Ky.
insurance business in Georgetown,
Miss Sunshine Sweeney, A. B. 1908,
j is proprietor of the Green Tree Shop,
Elizabeth Ewing Sargent, A. B. which is located on East Main street,
1910, is the manufacturer of Miss Lexington, Ky.
Sargent's Home Made Candies, and
Henry Lee Rankin, B. C. E. 1909,
her address is 719 Logan street,
is manager of the Toledo plant of
the American Bridee ComDanv. His
David McChord Phelps, Jr., B. C. E j address is Box 134 P, 2458 Brook- 1916, C. E. 1922, is a mining engin- ford Drive, Toledo.
eer and is located in Somerset, Ky.
Hugh Berkley Sanders, B. S. 1909,
Shelby Shanklin, B. M. E. 1910, E. is assistant superintendent
Hercules Powder Company, of CarthE. 1913, is a fruit grower and lives
His address is P. 0.
His address is age, Mo.
near Clearwater, Fla.
P. O. Box 1017, Clearwater.
Gilman Paint and Varnish Company
of 517 Market street, Chattanooga,
Tenn. His residence address is Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
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John Edward Robertson, B. C. E.
Thomas Leonard Pearrs, B. C. E.
1912, C. E. 1915, is county road engineer for Shelby county, Kentucky, 1914, in an engineer with the chief
engineer of the Florida East Coast
and lives in Shelbyville, Ky.
He is stationed
Robert Ambrose Robinson, B. C. E. at St. Augustine, Fla.
1912. is with the East St. Louis SuSallie Elizabeth Pence, A. B. 1914,'
His adburban Railway Company.
dress is 223 Florida street, St. Louis, is teaching mathematics in the
High school at Morganfield,
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William Abner Stanfill, LL. B. 1912,
Robert Pfanstiel. B. S. 1914, is a
is an attorney and member of the firm
of Faulkner and Stanfill, of Hazard, chemist with the Chemical Warfare
He is stationed at the
Edgewood arsenal, Edgewood, Md.,
Murray Raney, B. M. E. 1909, is where his address is in care of the
secretary and sales manager for the Officers' Club.