THE KENTUCKY KERNEL.
THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
ThP nfTlclal public nllon of the MUilrntn Mil
the Alumni Amoelntlon of the VnlvorMty
By Katherlne Conroy
Publlnhul every TuemlnV anil Frldiy ilurlnu
tho cpUeglate year.
Fourteen cadets have signified their
attending tho IL 0. T. C.
for tho Intention of
hold nt Camp
.editorial policy of the papcrj the ktannglnit summer enmp to be
Knox .from June 16 to July 28. Eight
editor for the new policy.
of these men are enrolled in tho adEntered an neconil clans matter at the vanced course of military
son na a diligent lovor, and Henrietta
Rogers aB a flip stenographer. J, L.
Hays and W. K. Berrynian play other
minor roles that aro, as' necessary to
the plot as the whining woman. All
the men arc members of tho Patterson
''The Laughing Cure" is one pf tho
regular Little. Theatre presentations of
the year. Tho performance Tuesday
evening will start at 8:15 and will play
for only one night. Tho Llttlo Theatre
tickets will ho accepted. The general
admission is fifty cents, but stiidents
will bo admitted for the trifling sum of
Dean Slmrall recently returned from
Washington whero she attended a conference of tho Association of Col
legato Alumni nnrf tho Southern Association of Collego Women. This
was a very momentous meeting as tho
Into tho American Association of University Woman. Women graduates of
tho Univorslty of Kentucky, aro now
eligible to membership in ithp
The Sonior Class of Model High
School, of the University, will prcsont
"Tho Scaro Crow" ono of Percy
most attractlvo plays at an early
date. TryoutB aro now in full swing
and Mr. Sax Is helping thorn In every
way to put on n good production.
Greek Who do you let your soup
stand? It will got cold.
Irishman (Watching parade com- - '
Ing down the street) I am waiting'
for tho band to start up I like com- petition.
which requires the attendance of at
least ono summer camp. Tho remain
ing six nre in tho basic course. Their
attendance is voluntary.
The advanced course men who will
DONALD DINNING, '21
camp are: George
attend tho summer
I'lionrt 2I17-V. Daumgarton, John II. Curry, Garland H. D. Davis, John H. Enlow,
GEORGE R. SMITH
Edgar A. Gans, Edgar til. Gregg, Ger-aiPAY JUNIOR DUES NOW
FRED K. AUGSBURG, '21
Griffin, nnd Vola
rhone 1057 and 2117-For the first time In tie history of the University of Kentucky oho ' ,
Those of the two year basic course
of her graduates seeks thov office of Commonwealth's Attorney for Fay- who have volunteered aro: Homer L.
YOU HAVE WRITTEN POEMS!
Carpenter, William D. House, Gould N.
Do you care to have them revised or
Dan Ilowmnr, .lr '
Porter, William Higdon, Owen Shark- constructively criticised by successful
The University has not grown, In the past, with the. strides which
authors? If you do, then send us your
ey and George P. Taylor.
have marked the progress of many of her sister Institutions.' '"Ono
Arthur Cameron, '21
poems). We will criticise, and place
reason, for this has been due to the failure of our univorslty to ex- The results of the Competition Shoot them should they prove to be acceptASSOCIATE EDITORS
hlbit a genuine interest and concern in the welfare of 'her graduates
University April able for publication.
which was held at the
Margaret Smith, '22
an interest so strikingly noticeable in the" policies of other Instltu-- 1
There is no actual charge for our
1, 22 and 25 are as follows:
tlons In the state, whose graduates, 'In turn, havo striven for tho
services. If, however, you have not
pany B was the winner of the. competi- previously enrolled with the advisory
upbuilding of their alma maters, but whose regard for the Univorslty of,"
with a total score of 84G. The department of this association, we reAdallne Mann. '22 Kolherlne Weakley, '21 tion
Kentucky is secondary.
company and their in quest that you enclose the initial fee
members of this
Amanda Forkner, '22KathtTlno Herrlnc, '21
179; of two dollars, which we must ask of
ArthurHodges, '23 Zack Wheat,
dividual scores are: Trusty,
I assuro you that I have the interest of the University at heart, and
There Is no
Mule narho. '23
Baumgarten, 176; Erd, 1(53; Ginnachio, each new contributor. future obligaI request, and will greatly appreciate, the consideration and loyal supadditional expense, no
Norrls Royden, '24
168 and Sanders 160. The band and tion.
port of university men and women,, and of the alumni. The resultsof
p. m. class was second with a score of
my candidacy, as I sincerely believe and intend, will accrue tojthe
It must be realized that we can only,
S35. Company A iwas third, score 831. be of aid to th6se of serious intent.' If
J. Ilurtnn l'rewitt, '22
mutual advantage of us aU.
you do mean to strive for literary sucCompany C did not finish. The highways.
cess we can help you
GEORGE R. SMITH, '15.
est individual score was made by Our services are yours until we have
Glenn Tinnier, '22
Heath of Company C with a total of actually succeeded in marketing at
least one of your manuscripts. Send
Harold Wnltn, '22
Please enclose return postage with
Colonel L. T. Richardson, of the your communications.
COLLEGE BOYS' TAILOR
FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921
Staff, Washington, will be at
the University about .May 1, to Inspect
131 W. 39th St.
the battalion, according to an anSENIOR
New York .City
nouncement made by Colonel George
tone Phone 1550Y
152 South Lime
The University of Ken"ln the last issue of the Kernel .there D. Freeman.
C. unit on
Is the sixth R. O. T.
the statement that the tucky
ii ounuuia ...kn korl nnf' nnld his tour of inspection. Among
..v of the others to be inspected some
names oi an n I
class duck would be published in the
Cornell University, Peekskill Military IN, TEN EASY LESSONS
iu,issue oi i uesuuj, i.u
Academy, Detroit high schools, Cleve-.
nvnw k o
rvenicii tni,no wo firct nnnof. land high schools, Ohio State Univerina rr
This course covers ten easy lessons
:'t'unity of correcting this misstatement,
which will enable the Student, Professity and Purdue University.
The portion of the article referred to
sor, Journalist. Doctor, Lawyer or. anyprofessional career, to
was admitted into the columns of this
set aside go thru life a with 100 per cent efMonday, May 23, has been
paper without the authority of proper
FOR' -- officers". It was merely the publica by the Military Department as com- ficiency.
petition will he held on Stoll Field, betion of the proceedings of a recent ginning at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. THIS COURSE
'Sonior class meeting, where they de- Js short and inexpensive, and1 is
will pass in review be
.AaA unon thfi nubllcauon or me The battalion Edwin P. Morrow, if he given with a money back guarantee if
names of the delinquents in the Kernel accepts
an invitation to be present. A
SEND THIS CLIPPING TODAY
without asking permission of the
prize of $65 will be given to the hest
drilled company and a prize of $5 to
PYRAMID PRESS: PUBLISHERS
Sober second thought on tie part of
conclusively the best drilled cadet.
' V11' students "wlu
New York City.
Jf that such drastic action on the part of
Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith is
"THE LAUGHING CURE"
$5.00 for which kindly send me your
kernel would be very unwise,
. TO BE PRESENTED
shorthand .course in ten easy lesunprofessional. However
MIDDY SUITS AND MIDDY BLOUSES
sons by mail. It is understood 'that,
coContinued From Page 1.
L much we wish for success in the
rat the end of five days, I am not
lli lectins of Senior dues and however 'corner of the room. The glooms of
satisfied my money will be gladly
fniuch space we gladly donate to the many a day are chased away.
Seniors for notices and warnings wo orders are a good hearty laugh every
names of half hour for the suffering patient.
fi" cannot agree to publish the
thosewho do not pay. The use of tne
Every character in the play laughs
Campus bulletin boards has proven and before it is over every person in
City and State
very successful in aiding In eleventh the audience will he adding to a sea
1921 Ken- - of intensive laughter,
hour collections for the
tuckian and we suggest to the Senior the j woman who responds to the
officers availability of this means of psychology of the doctor is portrayed
,' publicity. At any rate, the Kernel by Miss Mary Lyons.
Mr. L. C.
t ui.n tit a llhnrtv nf
Fielder as the doctor is the originator
i RfiR subscribers of the unceaseless mirth. Mr. H. C.
h 'the names of a few students who have, Neal plays the part of the unsuccessful
We Have Lowbred Our Soda Prices to Conform With Reduction of Commodities Used.
'for good cause or bad, failed to meet physician. Miss Sue Chonault as a
to their prissy madam with the air of an old
THE QUALITY REMAINS THE SAME
'their personal obligations
maid keeps tfie balls of mirth rolling'
In Our Soda Department We Have the Best Sanitary Service and Delicious Drinks.
All class treasurers and other of- with her ludicrious Intrusions.
ficers have a good case against de- minor parts are played' by Mary Peter
linquents and should by all means be
given courteous response when
LEAVE YOUR FILMS
for collections. It displays a
very poor class and school spirit to
refuse such a collector.
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Thus the Kernel makes this plea in
of tho Senior Class and anbehalf
nounces that oven df his appeal to
good it cannot
Senior honor does no
be a party to tho publication of the
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ft names of delinquents.
Progressive Shoe Shop
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trained picture of CapA handsome
140 S. LIMESTONE
boon retain Ruben B. HutchcraCt has
cently hung in the Law Library at tho
WAR TAX TO BE ADDED TO ABOVE PRICES
Tinlvnraitv. Captain Hutchcraft, who
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i ,.',..'o mAmiinr nf the Law Faculty be- T.
''fore tho war, was killed in the Argonno
'Forest six days before the armistice Haircut
ntimftfi. The picture was made
of students who had Shave
oen mombers of his classes oeioro
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war and had seen service in the
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