lights, bad posture, fine print? Your
eyes nrc your best allies in education
If this plan is adopted, n "retreat"
will bo had on the Kentucky River
for several days in the latter part
of April or tho early part of May,
and instruction will be furnished the
newly elected ofllcers by the state as
be posted weekly on the campus by
the Y, as It was voted to subscribe
for this service at the meeting held
(nnd by this is
meant older ones in professions ns
well) often tire the eyes by constant
work extending over two, three nnd
four hour periods. If tho muscles
of tho legs tiro in basketball, cannot
those of tho eyes tire in reading? A
good rule to follow would be to read
ns on nrmy marches fifty minutes
in formation progressing nnd ten
minutes rest in each hour. You'll
farther and faster in n given time.
W. N. L.
13 Annual luncheon
of the Central Kentucky branch of
University Women, at 1 o'clock at
the Lafayette hotel.
Friday, February 13 Founders'
Day banquet of the Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority at the Lafayette
hotel nt C o'clock.
Beta psllon formal at the Phoenix
hotel from 8 to 12 o'clock.
Desperado: "Haiti If you move,
you're a dead manl"
English Prof: "My man, you should
Two members of the Y. M. C. A.
The third of a series of Cadet .Hops
bo more careful of your English. If
was given Saturday nftcrnoon at the council nnd cabinet have left the uni I should move,
would be n positive
gymnasium by the members of the versity. Successors to them were np sign thnt I wnsit nlivc."
pointed nt the meeting by George
R. 0. T. C.
The guests were received by the Knvanaugh, president of the local assponsors, Cadet Colonel C. D. French, sociation. Forrest Mercer succeeds
Cadet Major J. K. Roberts, Lieuten- Tom Whayno as cnbinct member nnd
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ant John Dabney nnd Lieutenant Joe chairman of the Bible study committee, nnd Charles Cooper tnkes tho
The Blue and White Orchestra fur- place of Raymond Wilkcy ns chnir-mn- n
of the committee on church
nished the music and over COO guests
The Woman's Club of the university will meet this afternoon at 3
o'clock nt Patterson Hall with the
president, Mrs. C. J. Norwood, presiding.
Mss Elizabeth Gay will review Mr.
Bernard Shaw's "St. Joan;" Mrs. P.
K. Holmes will give the "Life and
Letters of Emily Dickerson" and Mrs.
Preston Johnson will give a talk on
"The Fabulous Forties."
The hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Edward Tuthill, Mrs. J. W.
Pryor, Mrs. E. F. Farquhar, Mrs.
Mrs. E. Kinney,
The student who fnils to sntisfy
the problem of ventilntion before sitting down to study often wonders why
he is not doing good work. The
member who is careless about
classroom ventilation need not be sur
prised if n number in the clnss wnx
The best tempernture for n room
is nround 68 degrees. The human
nnimnl mny hnve prnirie dog instincts
in cold weather, but the brain, the
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Pledges made by students to tho
university Y. M. C. A. are past duo
nnd muy bo paid ut uny time in the
Y secretnry's oflice.
urged to pay tlieso pledges ut once.
A training school for tho ollicers
of tho Y. M. associations of tho various colleges and universities of the
state to bo held after tho election
of new ofllcers in the spring, was
udvocuted ut u meeting of tho University Y Council Tuesduy night.
SHOE SHINE PARLOR
DANCES Wednesday and Saturday
over nnd there was much rejoicing nmong tho multitude gath-
Blue Ribbon Saxophones
ered In the camp of the Wild
And Revernl families calling them-
"ncttor Vft'tip For Loss"
Fraternities gave volco to
tho feeling of happiness nmong
tlnnccs and still more dances that
wo mny cast nsldo dull car'o nnd
rejoice to tho utmost."
West Short St
At Corner Mill
correct apparel for women and misses
cor. short and mill sts.
Forthwith representatives of tho
Fraternities Journeyed far afield
In search of befitting decorations
for the halls wherein tho dances
Tlhie Umweirsntty Lrandh
which thou dreadest."
ALMOST ON THE CAMPUS
Some have meat and cannot eat,
And tho tradesman answered him,
snylng, "How dost thee get that
And some could eat that want it,
But we have meat that you can eat,
And so the Lord be thanketh.
the representative spake,
saying, "Surely thou hast heard
of the dances to be held among
my people and I would nsk thee
"Thou hast spoken well", answered tho merchant, "and behold, I
have procured thy number. For
thou art seeking to buy favors
and decorations of distinction that
thy dances may attain unusual
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And .the representative
Purcell & Co.
Famous for Values
for 36 years
pressed with the showing made
him and purchased a goodly order
and departing spake unto the merchant, saying, "Thou hast relieved
mo of a great trouble and I am
grateful. Yea! verily, when I
WML POULOSp Prop,
"Come thou with me, O Brother,
and I will show thee such merchandise tho like of which thou
hast seldom, if ever, seen. And
tho price thereof will save thee
many pieces of silver".
my people I will
shout praises of thee and thy
wares from tho housetops".
The Right Step
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You will enjoy better digestion and
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you will keenly enjoy your
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All pledges made to tho Y. W. C. A.
arc now due. Will those who mndo
pledges during tho full drive see Miss
Frances Leo immediately? Telephone
Special Rates For classes
Private Lessons by Appointment
before thee as one with a great
entered Wolf Wile
Company and approached a tradesman, saying, "Behold! I cometh
There will bo n joint meeting of
tho Y. W. nnd Y. M. nt Pntterson
Hull Sunday night. All students of
nro invited. Dr.
-- tho university
Rhouds will speak on "Tench- ing ns a Life Work."
And It ennio to pass that
And It came to pass that a rep-
Thompson Bryant and Mrs. Robert heart and lungs arc not adapted to
Physical educntion, athletics and
Mr. Oskar Hambleton will enterdevelop
and cast of the play, military science
tain the staff
"White Chips," at the Romany strength, endurance, licking"
ability to "take a
Theatre on Saturday evening follow- the
whining. There is no criticism of
ing the final performance.
these: where it lies is with the man
who drops training, who forgets all
Invited to Dinner-Danc- e
having to take, who
Dr. nnd Mrs. Frank L. McVey, Prof. in resentment at "pre-waslouch."
A. M. Miller, Dean F. P. Anderson, returns to
Walter Camp is one of the youngest
and Judge R. C. Stoll have been in- old men in America; he has remained
vited to attend the annual dinner-danc- e
to training and training ideals.
of the New York Alumni Club true
of the university, on April 10.
The house in which we live is the
most delicate, the most perfect and
most marvelously constructed of
Miss Eleanor Enright, food special- the
all machines. Abuse it and watch
ist nt the college of Agriculture of valves, pistons, levers and pulleys
the university, was in Versailles last snap. Allow disease to attack it ana
Tuesday, arranging with Miss Ruth
Reilley, county home demonstration remember that, for
agent, for a nutrition course to bo valves cannot be reground its struc
given to the women's clubs of Wood- on a gas engine. Break
The authenic college Tuxedo
ford county, beginning the latter part tural framework and fluid it
ground; rupture its
correct for every event on
system in some places and perhaps
the University social calendar.
end its value completely. All this
Tailored in the English manner
be summed up in six words: Take
loose fitting coat with satin
The members of the Kentucky can of your human machine.
chapter of Delta Chi fraternity will
lapels and wide trousers. A
entertain the pledges with a house
value that is beyond compariThe tongue may be the broadcastdance February 21 at their house on ing
station of the brain (or emotions)
but the eyes often are part of the
Sigma Nu Dance
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your radio headpieces; to continue,
The pledges of the Sigma Nu fra- why put n strain on the eyes by poor
ternity entertained the members of
the active chapter with a delightful
dance Saturday evening, at the chapter house on Winslow street.
NEW SHOES FOR OLD
At the entrance, above the door,
hung the American Flag and the flag
of the fraternity, upon which was
Our repairing methods effect
thrown a spotlight. A goat was pathis transformation In a clever
raded about in front of the house.
An orchestra from Louisville furway.
If your shoes aro not
nished a special program of music
entirely worn out wo can put
nnd nbout one hundred guests
the delightful affair.
months of now llfo into them
at very smnll cost. Our work
Mr. W. 0. Billiter has returned
Is prompt and always
the university to resume his studies
in the college of Engineering.
Mr. Billiter, who married during
the Christmas holidays, was out of riJ
school for three weeks during the illNEW YORK HAT CLEANING
ness and death of his wife, Mrs. Mary
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
The Y. W. will give n Valentine
party at Patterson Hall on Friday
night, February 13. The features of
the evening will be a Vnlentine box,
the crowning of the king nnd queen,
who will bo elected before Friday
night, nnd a play presented by the
of the Association. After the refreshments, the guests will
dance until 11 o'clock. The girls are
asked to dress in costume, although
n costume will not bo necessary for
would he held.
OPEN TO FACULTY AND STUDENTS