THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
SENIORS PLAN ALUMNI
(Continued From Pago One.)
Senior class will march In a body to
tho Bcone of the planting In front of
tho Old Sclenco building, where the
president, S. Headlcy Shouse, will
dedlcnto tho tree to tho members of
tho class who have lost their lives In
tho war and to E. Grltfln, who was
killed four years ago, whllo celebrating the victory of the class in tho an
when- a speeding street
car Jerked a cable beneath his feet.
The class orator, Leo McClaln, will
deliver the customary challenge to the
Junior class and Ed Dabney, Junior
class representative, will accept and
reply. Tho class prophecy will be read
hy Miss Mildred Graham.
HORACE MANN MEMIERS
pile Is BtlU there, but It Is doomed.
How do wo know? Why, by looking
around and seeing what has been done
to improvo tho looks of things.
Look at tho sod, for Instance. Spring
came more suddenly than ever on tho
campus this year. One afternoon tho
campus looked muddy and dirty, cold
and wintry, without a sprig of green
to lndlcato that It was April. Tho next
morning all was green underfoot and
bluo above. No need of signs which
read, "Keep off tho Grass," for wasn't
the grass' the pride of every student's
heart? The days are more cheerful
and Bunny, the professors and students
friendlier and gayer, the birds sing
more sweetly, all because of that sod.
And so we say that the rest of the un
sightly spectacles must and will go
and our campus beautiful, be realized.
L. H. BELL
A program consisting of discussions
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Tho alarm quickly
spread and when those nearest the
building arrived on the scene, they
found the Are confined to one room
and in the walls and ceiling between
the third and fourth floors. Defective
wiring probably started the blaze.
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All Round Man to Get Loving Cup
We not only nromise indi
Some time about the first of the year vidual attention, but we give
Seniors are advised to place their
To the Faculty.
orders for Invitations and rings at the
(Asbury College News Era).
University Book Store this week. Sam"Here's to the faculty, long may they
ples of the invitations are at the book
store in leather and paper. .
Even as long as the lessons they give."
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Misses Dorthea Murphy and Kath-erin- e
Reed" gave several readings.
Noe read his latest poem, "The
Barnyard Kermis." Similar programs
are planned by Horace Mann.
Blue and White
artists was given at
Horace Mann Literary Society ThursFire Destroys Dorm.
day evening, April 17, Professor Noe
illustrated the talks by showing lan
One of the biggest fires which has
tern slides of pictures painted by
ever been witnessed on the Mountain,
destroyed the Hoffman dormitory on
The program follows:
Elizabeth Kimbrough Monday, April 5. It started in the
Mary Archer Bell northwest corner of the building and
Amanda Forkner was first noticed about 4:45 p. m. by
Genevieve Rice those returning from track practice at
We cater to college patrons
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the offer of Mr. it.
Porter, an ardent Sewanee en' WE WANT
thusiast of Nashville, to give a loving
A school of one price.
cup to the best
man in the
Members of the Senior court are University.
We ask no one to enroll and make
The Porter Cup, as it will
glad to note that the advices given to
probably be called, is to be awarded payment until they have visited the
Freshmen and other underclassmen re- every year, and every matriculated school.
garding paths across the grass plots
student is eligible for the prize.
of the campus, have been effective in
Be a good bookkeeper. The work is
A committee has been appointed to
THE GREAT TEACHER
Mr. Phillips accepted
abolishing such unsightly paths. With
few exceptions, which are now under
the consideration of the court, there
have been no offenders and the court
desires to commend to underclassmen
a continuance of their good behavior.
It has been suggested that Freshmen
fee urged to increase their standing
with the court by exerting more care
in the matter of paper and refuse
thrown on the campus. The court is
disposed to be favorably impressed
man or girl who is
seen exercising a pride in the appearance of the campus. Every ruling of
the court is intended for the good of
those concerned and a strict compliance with these rulings obviates the
necessity of punishment.
Just one word about the campus.
One is always ready to see and say
what to be done in the way of improving things, but so often one overlooks
and fails to praise the accomplishing
of the tasks.
Some weeks ago there was an editorial in the Kernel pointing out the fact
that there was a very ugly coal pile
behind the Education building, which
ought to be done away with. The coal
draw up a system or basis for awarding this cup. Altho the plans are not
complete, and consequently not ready
for publication, it is known that whoSewaever wins it will be an
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social bearing, leadership, etc.
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