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AT K. E. A. MEETING
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The Highway can not be carried to its
final goal unless thero aro leadership,
knowledge and vision. These are developed among tho population through
tho process of higher education.
"In Kentucky wo are talking about
a modern Highway. Wo have yet to
select tho materials, survey the route
and gather together the organization
that shall work It out. Wo now need
vision, leadership and a purpose.
Vision and leadership can bo found.
Purpose must be demonstrated thru
the process of financial assistance or
tho Highway can not bo built. In time,
and I trust soon, Kentucky will begin
to build hor Highway In earnest so
tliaf tho youth of tho commonwealth
may start at tho beginning and go to
tho end uninterrupted on their journey
by broken bridges or oducatlonal washouts In tho Highway."
BEN ALI THEATRE
appears in tho K. E. A. number of tho
TALKS TO ENGINEERS
Georgo Puchta, former mayor of Cin- Southern School Journal.
cinnati, delivered an address to tho
Senior and Junior Engineers WednesTho Strollers aro In receipt of tho day morning at 11 o'clock.
Martha McCluro, who has been ill
following letter of appreciation from
for the past two weeks at her homo on
Marcus C .Rodwlnc, of tho Klwanis
"Tho Progress of Scientific Educa- tho Harrodsburg pike, hns resumed her
tion," an artlclo by Dr. James J. Tlgert, classes at tho Unlvorslty.
"Just a word to congratulate
The Strollers and cntlro cast who
performed hero last night. Thr
play was excellently put on. Tho
acting by every character was
APPEALS TO COLLEGE MEN
superb. The scenory was exquisite. Winchester will long reThere's snap and pep to the styles of our Tailored to
member the splendid talent sent
hero by tho University of KenMeasure Suits and Overcoats
tucky. Our people will give a royal
welcome to Tho Strollers in tho
"With best wishes and tho
highest appreciation of all our
"WE FIT YOU"
people, we are,
"Marcus C. Redwine."
Dues to the Alumni Association, ?2 n year, Includo subscription
ho Alumni Directory. Address Herbert Graham,
University of Kentucky, Lexington
Class of '97 .
John Scott, a Major of Infantry, Is
with tho General Staff at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Class of '07.
iDon Pedro Branson. 1s a Captain of
tho lCth Infantry station! at Camp
Dlx, N. J.
Mrs. Alice L. Crawley Branson has
two little plrls, and says they will attend tho University some day.
Class of '00.
Arthur Van Lester is a member of
the firm of tho Industrial Building Co.,
757 Reibold Bldg., Dayton, Ohio.
Class of '10.
9arroll G. Taylor now lives at 1&
West 91st Street, New York City.
Class of '11.
Benjamin M. Smarr has charge of
the specifications and records of the
General Motors Corporation, Detroit,
Mich., and resides at 2557 West Grand
B. D. Williams, Jr., is manager of tho
Williams Coal Co., Manniington, Ky.
Class of '17.
Vaught Mills Is superintendent
schools at Bellevuo, Ky., .and lives at
304 Taylor Avenue.
- H. C. Smiser, with G. A. Bisler, Inc.,
resides at 17 LTandaff Road, Llanerch,
Class of '18.
John W. Cooper Is manager of the
St. Louis office of the Buffalo Forge
Co., with offices in the Chemical Bldg.
St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Li. H. Bauer, Jr., nee Lola Kers
will now lives at 1309 Morton Avenue
iConstantine Nicholoff' is with tho
Anchor Cap and Closure" Corporation
Long Island, N. Y. He lives at 531 E
167th Street, Bronx, N. Y.
Class of '19.
Liouis Keusca is owner and man
ager of the Golden Rod Orchards, Ya
klma, Washington. Address, Box 10G
R. R. No. 8.
Miss Floris Whittinghlll is a teacher
of history and English in the Public
school at Antelope, Montana.
Class of '20.
Miss Katharine F. Bell is a teacher
of Home Economics at Ithe Owensboro
A. Jj. Stephens is a county road en
gineer at Burlington, Ky.
Miss Hannah S. Weakley is a teach
er of Home Economics In the Public
schools of Louisville, Ky.
J. A. Wesson is with tho Extension
Division of V. P. I. and the U. S. De-- ,
partmot.of Agriculture at Charlotte
Court House, Va.
Miss Mina F. White is principal of
the High School at Blackford, Ky.
John Douglass wood is an electrician
with tho Arizona Power Co., at Pres- cott, Arizona.
Fifty-eigalumni of tho iTJniverslty
of Kentucky attended the annual din
ner of tho New York Alumni Club last
TUB IIEST ORCIIESTItA MUSIC, "VISIT"
Received by Strollers
to Tho Kernel mid
woek at the Jlotel Annex.
Thomas R. Coopor was tho guest of
honor and tho chief speaker at tho
meeting., A loader of tho club after
commenting on tho enthusiasm among
alumni in ithe East said "Dean Coopor
camo to us an entire stranger and
loft with everyone one hundred per
.cent for him."
Funds will bo raised this year to
a member of the next graduating
class to .attend tho annuai dinner in
1922, which will become an annual custom. The representative of tho seniors
will be elected by the class.
Officers of the New York club elected at tho meeting last week; are
Howard P. Ingols, '05 president; Reuben T. Taylor, '15, vice president and
James T. Lowe, '12 secretary-treasurePAY JUNIOR CLASS
Justright Tailoring Co.
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Summer Session from Monday, June 20 to Saturday, August 20.
Fall term begins Monday, September
Candidates for a degree aro required to present proof of satisfactory completion of three years of college study
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College graduates may complete the law course in three academic
yars (27 months) ; for all others four academic years (36 months) is
For bulletins and detailed information, address Secretary of the
Law School, Northwestern University Building, 31 West Lake Street,
Lexington Laundry Co.
School of Dancing
139 E. Main
Mrs. Hughes' University Dancing Class meets
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on Tuesday evenings instead of Friday
University Dance Saturday Evenings
And put in all your Dance Programmes, Etc.,
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to see that
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you receive personal attention to your Individual requirement!
whether the business being transacted is of large or small volume.
acOur facilities are always at the disposal of your friends and
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