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Image 5 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 12, 1917

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THI K1NTUCKT KERNEL. LEONARD HOTEL We make a Specialty p Faff I FRED O. MAYES WINS For Ladies and Gents Crab Meat and Reel Foot Lake Fish and Frogs of Live Lobsters, ORATORICAL Mayes, a Junior In tho College of Arta and Science, representing the Patterson Literary Socloty, was winner of the oratorical contest between tho Union and Patterson Societies, which was hold In ohapel last Friday morning. His subject was "Chaos, Cosmos." Tho Union Society was represented by J. J. whoso subject was "Tho Modern Paradox." The Judges of the contest were Professor L. L. Dantzler, Superintendent M. A. Cassldy and Professor W. 8. Webb. Mr. .Mayes will represent the University at the State Oratorical Contest, which will bo held at Winchester, May ll, in which representatives from the following colleges will compete: Transylvania, Centre, Georgetown, Kentucky Wesleyan, Berea and the University of Kentucky. Mr. Mayes was winner of the annual oratorical contest of the Patterson Literary Society, which was held In chapel iMarch 26, winning a deci-- l He slon over several competitors. has achieved an enviable reputation in this line during his college career and is expected to give a good account of himself in the State contest. Fred & Calloway KodaksCo Basketball Supplies, Sweaters, C. D. CONTEST O. 146 WEST MAIN STREET inter-societ- y WINTER TOURIST TICKETS At Reduced Fares, on sale Daily to ' r, FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- ORLEANS W And All Resorts of the South Liberal Stop- - Over Privileges FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 1117 For complete information and descriptive literature, call on nearest TICKET AGENT or write B. G. KING, PsjfMgw an! Ticket Ajeat 118 East Main Street, LEXINGTON, KY. The Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. A Metropolitan Hotel Respectfully people. Solicits the Patronage of University JOHN SKAIN, Manager. WELSH & MURRAY PRINTING CO. INCORPORATED. College Stationery, Engraving and Die Stamping. Frat and Dance Programs 124-1- N. Limestone 28 Exquisite Corsage Bouquets "We Make Them Prettier" John A. Keller Co INCORPORATED. FLORISTS East Sixth St. 123 Twenty-tw- o Seniors of the College of Mechanical and Electrical Enginotify the President of the University neering left Sunday night for the anof Kentucky of that fact. nual inspection trip to Chicago and vi feeds "ENOCH GREHAN, cinity. Tre party will return to Lex "Secretary of Board." ington next Sunday night. While in hi w well President Barker was authorized by Chicago they will have the Palmer havo the board to send the cadet band to House as their headquarters. good to Frankfort for a patriotic demonstraThe men going on this trip have tion In the Capitol this evening. The prepared a play which they will proCotbattalion and band will also take part duce before the Chicago chapter of late, in a parade to precede a patriotic as- the University Alumni Association. semblage in Lexington Saturday eve- The play was written by Professor ning. Farquhar, of the English Department, Dr. W. L. Carlyle, of Stillwater, and is called "A Comic Rendezvous." Okla., dean of the College of Agricul- The leading role is held down by Write for Book and find oar how ture of that state, was at the Univer- Dutch Schrader while M. M. Montto feed your Cotton for Profit sity Monday conferring with the Ex- gomery and J. H. Evans also have WILLIAM 8. MYERS, Director ecutive Committee regarding recom- prominent parts in the play. One of 25 Maduoa Atmmm. New York mendations for the successor of Dr. the features of the play will be the Joseph H. Kastle, former dean of the Hawaiian dances presented by " College of Agriculture and director of Morrle Crutcher and J. N. the Experiment Station. Waters. The following members of A communication from General the '17 class are on the trip, accomHugh L. Scott, chief of the staff of the panied by Dean Anderson and Joe and 51 U. S. A., was received by the commit- Jack Dicker: tee, formally accepting the applicaG. D. Aaron, L. S. Borders, M. J. tion of the University for the battalion Crutcher, A. W. Davies, E. E. Drake, to become a Reserve Officers' Train- A. L. (Elmer, J. H. Evans, H. P. We are prepared for you . ing Corps, in acordance with provi- Horine, C. F. Lee, L. C. McClanahan, JWe have a splendid line of sions of the National Defense Act, of J. E. McNamara, M. M. Montgomery, June 3. W. S. Moore, M. E. Pendleton, E. S. Registrar E. L. Gillls received a Penn, T. G. Rice, E. K. Robertson, communication from Frank E. Dickey, C. C. Schrader, J. G. Scott, H. C president of the American Associa Smlser, D. S. Springer, J. X. Waters tion of Collegiate Registrars, regard ing the members of the association CREEKMORE IS WINNER entering the Governemnt registration OF PROHIBITION CONTEST. service. Professor Gillls was authorized by the committee to offer the Thomas L. Creekmore, of Lexington, force of the University registrar's ofwon the annual oratorical contest of fice for such service. of fho the Prohibition Association It was suggested that members of University, which was hold In chapel MAIN 11t 1AST TltlST the association, trained in all phases last Thursday night. "Patriotism and of registration, would be of considerLBXINftTON. KINTUOKY. Prohibition" was his subject and ho able value to the army and navy in will represent tho University at the the registering of men available for Intercollegiate prohibition contest to service and other statistics. ? What Mutt Hot Coffee be held the latter part of May in B. Howe preacher was describing the BRADLEY GETS ABSENCE LEAVE. Georgetown. Dean Walter A and the Rev. T. C. Bcton acted as "bad place." "Friends," be said, Professor E. U. Bradley, of the Eng- judges. "you've seen molten iron running out lish Department, who was recently orof a furnace, haven't you? It comes Ths Busy Editor. dered to report to the Fifth Regiment, out white hot, slszllng and hissing. South Carolina National Guards, ot Following the musical program Mrs. " (the preacher pointed a Which he is first lieutenant, has se- J. T. Miller read an article on "PerWell long, lean lager at the coagregaUoa). cured a leave of absence until June sonal Devils." Seventeen were pres"Well," he coattaued, "they use that lu order to complete his woriTat the ent. The Boone (la.) can. University. tut for Ice cream la Hades." Cotton Quality (Continued From I'aRe One) "The who j - tion Will long staple, sell "Who starves his ton much and Will get short staple, light of weight." Phone 945 Y JEFF HARRIS, our U. of K. Representative SENIOR MECHS. ON INSPECTION TOUR SENIORS WHO ENLIST Lexington, Ky. LEAVES LEXINGTON 8:15 A. M. and 5:20 P. M. ARRIVE3 LOUISVILLE 10:55 A. M. and 8:00 P. M. A Limited Train For First-Clas- s Travel Vestibule Coached with Pullmans and Diner r TO YOU: SHAVE IOC HAIR CUT 15C Except Saturdays GEO. T. MARTIN BARBER SHOP 130 EAST MAIN STREET Basement, Opposite Phoenix Hotel FOUR CHAIRS BEST OF SERVICE iff DEPOSIT WITH "Sen-orltas- BANK OF COMMERCE No "Matter How Hard Yor Are To Fit Lexington Drug Company The Student's Store New Spring United Special Suits at $16.50 Umirf Griffin FOR SMOKERS AND BANQUETS GKT YOUR SUPPLIES AT PHCENIX FRUIT STORE ( News-Repub- li 1 Flowers of Quality FINE CUT FLOWERS AND CORSAGE BOUQUETS A SPECIALTY KELLER, Florist 236 West Main Street S. L. Ware and Terrell Tapscot, Our Representatives at University of Kentucky.