THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Tlio Military Department, In order to
secure sections of norninl size, more
individual supervision, and Instruction oiua comparable basis with other
Departments of (the University has
proposed a now plan for the schedule
of Military Instruction and has requested that necessary legislation by the
Senate bo enacted to relievo the
governing the hours assigned for military work.
The difficulties under which the Department is now laboring is manifest
when it is considered that three days
out of the week the members of the
Sophomore and Junior
classes In Military Science must be instructed simultaneously in different
courses. In recognition ofthe Bpeclal
conditions affecting the schedules of
the' separate colleges, the Military Department desires to accomplish a
change without detriment to any college. A conference with the represen- tatlv'es of each college will bo necessary in order that a coordinated, workable agreement may be reached. So
far as the Military Department is concerned it is willing to meet any reasonable arrangement in connection with
LEXINGTON AUTO MEN
VISIT CAMPUS SHOPS
Wednesday, February 23
Faculty of the Collego of Engineering wMl meet at 3:45 in
will moot at 7:00 p. m. In Pat--!
Interclnss bask'otball game between the Sophomores nnd the
rdunlors in the Gymnasium at
Miss Dorothea Spinney, interpreter of Classic Drama, will appear
in Chapel at 3:00. No admission
will bo charged and all the students of the University and
of Lexington are Invited to
witness the performance of Miss
The Classical and English Clubs
will enteutaln with a tea for
Mlas Spinney immediately after
her performance. It will bo given
in the University Cafeteria.
Thursday, February 24
Meeting of the Horace Mann Literary Socioy at 7:00 p. m. in
Professor Noe's room.
Meeting of the Henry Clay Law
Society at 7:30 p. in., in tho
Kelly Kash will speak to the
Friday, February 25
- Meeting of entire cast of "Robin
Hood" in Little Theatre at 3:30.
Council Meeting in the President's office at 3:45.
Meeting of Patterson Literary
Society in the Gymnasium Building at 7:30 p. m.
Intorclass basketball ' game be-- ,
tween Seniors and" Freshmen in,
Gymnasium at 4:30.
Basketball game between Univer- sity of Kentucky and University
of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Saturday, February 26
Basketball game between University of Kentucky and University
of Chattanooga at Chattanooga.
The plans for the change are outlined briefly, as follows:
In maintaining air organization of a
battalion, it ds desired
ito schedule instruction fo reach company separately.
The Department has been guided in
the arrangement of the schedule at the
present strength by colleges in the department of Military Science. For
example, at present, the numerical
strength of the students in the College
of Arts and Science furnishes the approximate basis for-- a company. The
College of Engineering has a strength
of about u company and a half. The
two colleges, namely, Agriculture and
Law, will furnish approximately
a company. The natural divisions
by colleges, therefore, would be one
land Sciences company, one Engineers company and one company
composed of the Engineers, Law and
it Is occasionally desirable to
assemble the entire battalipn for ceremonies' or tactical exercises, it is requested that means be provided, especially during the spring term, where-bthe Professor of Military Tactias,
by and with the consent of the Presl-'denmay specify certain afternoon
hours which will not interfere with the
instruction in other departments, for
the purpose specified.
A committee elected from officers
and cadets of the battalion, met in the
Military office, Friday afternoon at
3:30 for the purpose of discussing
plans for the establishment of the
Scabbard and Blade, honorary military
society. Mr. E. R. Gregg, who pre
sided at the meeting, read a letter
the Registrar and an approval
of .the establishment of the chapter by
the .University authorities.
close of the 'meeting a committee,
composed of Gerald Griffin, Silas Wil
son and Horace M. Clay, was appoint
ed by the chairman, to draw up a
petition to bo sent to the national
by Ur. P.
School of Dancing
By Kathcrlnc Conroy
Fifty members of tho Lexington
Auto Trade Association had lunch at
the University cafeteria on Friday
and spent the afternoon visiting tho
College of Engineering.
was taken through tho shops and tho
visitors were much Interested In. tho
now aoro and auto motors there. These
motors, iworo procured for tho now
auto shop and are of tho finest typo
made. After tho visit to tho shops
a moving picture, relative to tho automobile industry, was shovn at
As an appreciation of tho courteslqs
extended tho party, Dean Anderson
was elected to honorary membership
in the association.
HOOF AND HORN CLUB
JUDGE STOCK RINGS
More than three hundred persons
attended the exhibition of stock judging and stunts which the Hoof and
Horn Club staged last Wednesday
night at the Judging Pavilion as its
part of the program of the Association
of Southern Agricultural Workers.
Tho program started with a 'selection rendered by the University band
after which the parade of all animals
entered took place. Many rings were
given and animals placed by members
of the Senior class. El Hays gave a
humorous interpretation of a mountain
preacher's sermon. Tho cadet band
added greatly to the program with
its selections, while judging was being
done, Tho program closed with aJdry
picking contest in which three white
hens furnished tho feathers.
ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE
'The Alpha Gamma Delta sorority entertained last Monday afternoon In
honor of several new womeil students
at the University, with a Valentine
party at the homo of Helen Porter
Roberts in Transylvania Park.
A game of bridge was played during
tho afternoon, after which refreshments were served.
wore tho active members and pledges
of tho sorority, and the guetits, Lucille
Allen and Louise Miller.
(It Is always a good idea to include
some uplifting gems from good literav
"Truth crushed to earth
Every student in tho University
should know nbout tho Dpntnl Clinic
which Is being conducted by tho
of Hygleno nnd Public Health
every Wednesday afternoon. Tho examinations nro being mado by Dr. E. C.
Elliott under tho direction of Miss
Greathouso, Resident Nurse.
Tho object of this clinic is to detect
nnd record all defects of teeth and
gums and to recommend appropriate
few minutes for1 making tho examination. About GO students are examined
in the courso of two hours.
As a result of this work many dental
defects have been discovered that
wero never suspected. It is also valuable from tho standpoint of spurring
up those who have been careless about
getting .heir teeth attended to.
Decayed teeth act as centers of infection. Such infection may easily
pass from the teeth tto tho blood
streams and thus over the whole body.
Many cases of leakage of tho heart
have resulted directly from Infected
teeth. Rheumatism and kidney diseases may result in tho same way. Defective teeth also interfere with tile
proper chewing of the food and thus
cause digestive disturbances.
Students wro receive notices to appear at the dental clinic are expected
to appear promptly as notified. This
standpoint of efficiently conducting
Those who fall to appear as notified.
will be dealt with by the discipline
Phoenix Hotel s
University and High School Class
Friday, 8 p. m. to" 11 p. m.
University and High School
8:30 p. m. to 12 p. m.
P. B. ROBARDS
COLLEGE. BOYS' TAILOR
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Corner Main and Walnut
BEST SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE CITY
WILL ENABLE YOU TO DRESS WELL AT
AT A SMALL COST
It seems that there are still some
students at the University who do not
ment of .Hygiene and Public Health on
know of the presence of he Depart-th- e
This department is situated In Neville Hall. The Dispensary is upon the
first floor. The department has been
established to make ill students well
and to prevent well students from getting ill. Dispensary hours rare held
each day for both men and women
students. Treatment and advice are
given absolutely free. It Is very desirable that any student with a cold
or any other form of illness' report at
loflfice hours for
treatment. In this way much unnecessary loss of time from classes may be
avoided. A prompt reporting of such
cases of illness will prevent epidemics
of sickness. It is also very important
that students and faculty members re
port cases of illness and evidences of
bpginning illness in others to the department as soon as observed.
Up to the present time the student
body has been singularly free from
the accustomed illness and epidemics'.
Much of this is due to the presence of
the Department of Health upon the
grounds. ThOinild weather has also
had much to do with it.
Lexington Laundry Co.
139 E. Main
University Lunch Room
Wonderful Cakes For
Ef ficie nt Courteous
Fifteen hours credit,
Went off on a spree,
Got bounced from English,
So he dropped three.
Twelve hours credit,
He was going fine,
Found Math too difficult,
Then there. were nine.
Nino hours credit,
Thought he'd try some jtricks, '
Blow up the Chem lab,
Then there wore six.
Six hours credit,
He felt vojjy free,
History grew boring"
Then there wero three.
Three hours credit
Ami an ivory dome
Don't mix together,
,So tho Tad
"Tho quality of mercy Is not strained." Shakespeare.
"Sho loved not wisely, but too well."
A small group of tho faculty mem-
College, j Illinois, has
every available space filled and tho
authorities wero forced to turn away
175 prospectiyp student's.
bers have organized a club for writers,
which met with Miss Jewell for dinner
Saturday. After dinner original manuscripts wero read by members of tho.
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