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Frnnk Hoover '27
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Hi A. McNary '28
Lcroy Kcffcr '28
NorrW Duvnll '26
Is President of Senior
Class; Prominent on
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James Augustus '27
James Patterson '28
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Clyde S. Gray, son of Mr. nnd Mrs
John I). Gray, of Petersburg, Ind.,
entered the University of Kentucky
in the fall of 1021.
He seemed intent on going wrong
Elisabeth Lllleston from the first nnd entered the college
Lola Hargett of
Lnginecring. Undismayed, he con
Nell nummor tinucd nnd will be graduated from
that college in June.
over into this editors
realm with some of their choices for
teams both boys
If some of their choices
can piny basket ball well nny way
somo of tho coaches should have sent
n letter instead of some of tho play
crs think of all tho money and ri
dicule thoy could have saved. 1 chuni'
plon two players
who never were
mentioned on nny tenm. Thompson of
Crescent Springs wns tho best girl
dribbler In tho tournament and
would have made an Ideal running
guard for she was splendid on defense
and a good goal shot.
Shearer, back guard on Aiontlcello,
is another one overlooked in tho boy'a
department. Those that say him play
say a real basket ball player clean
I thnnk yen.
nnd n fighter.
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Many centuries ngo the greatest miracle of pnst or future ages wns
performed. The modern miracles such as the radio, the phonograph and
the ability to see through solid objects by means of the
less wonderful than the miracle of the Risen Christ.
Next, week all Chriscndom will celebrate Easter. The beauty and won
der! of the Resurrection is heightened when in the 'spring of the yeal Nature
awakens; the living things of the earth begin to breath anew and one can
almost hear the glad cry, "Ansel"
With the advent of Easter each year, humanity takes to itself the glad
Not content with one mistake, he
assurance that there is life, joyous life, eternal life. With thcRcsurrcction waited until his senior year and then
of Christ the world was assured that its labors would not be in vain, that took English under Professor Fnrnu- there is assurance of the Life after death.
har. On the credit side, however, we
find that Clyde earned membership in
Scabbard and Blade, honorary mill
THE VISIT OF DOCTOR LUNN
He was destined later to become
During the past week the university has been signally fortunate in a solon by election to the Student
having as its guest Dr. A. C. Lunn, professor of Applied Mathematics at Council, that now moribund body, in
the University of Chicago. Dr. Lunn was brought here through the instru his junior year.
As a law giver, or member of the
mentality of the depaftment of Physics for a series of lectures dealing mainStudent Council, he was, in a way,
ly with Relativity and the Einstein Theory.
Seldon it is that the students of the university have had the opportunity prepared for further responsibility
of hearing a man of such authority and rcnoun as Doctor Lunn, and his and this year he was elected presivisit here brought to the attention of the university the views of man, than dent of the Senior Class.
Despite being an engineer and a
whom none arc more preeminent in his field.
In addition to the knowledge that hearing such a man imparts, there is soldier, Clyde has another side, he
an even greater value received by the undergraduates who are privileged is a member of the Triangle social
to hear him. It is contact with great minds and great personalities, nearly fraternity and is not at all as
as would seem, else how could
as much as knowledge itself, that brings inspiration to the student and that
strengthens his own devotion to duty. There is an incentive radiated from he be among the most popular men
those that have achieved, stimulating in its effect. William McKinley once in the university?
said that the ideal university was a log with himself on one end and Mark
Hopkins on the other. Personal contact does much to unfurl inspiration and
of the Fort Benning Stadium.
Gets by immense
But I must admit
She's got no sense.
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am not beautiful, and yet I possosa
somo strange charm which lures them
on poor fools! How many have I
lured and crushed I know not. Thoy
might see from the fate of others what
their fate will be but they must be
Ah, see. Ono drays nigh. Ho stand,- there, gaping with curiosity. Now ho,
comes clcper, Incensed with a desire
to sip the honey from my lips. I will
entico him! With a rush ho selztu
mo In a lingering embrace. Now ho
lifts his head. The spell Is broken.
Ho tries to draw away, but he cannot
Ho struggles nnd curses mo but I
laugh In his face. Ho strikes nt me,
but I Bio'io his liana. In terror ho
turns to floe, but it is too late ho is
mine. And so growing
sinks closer, closer until ho fairly
presses mo, for It is so easy just to
Ho there. And I, Enchantress, seek a
Who am I? A ploco of fly paper.
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At loust tlio checker championship
is always won on tho square.
And that reminds mo:
wrltors of tho various papers have
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She's got the clothes,
This girl so fine,
ntl heaven knows
She's got the "line".
She's the cat's pajamas,
And the boe's knees, too,
And her hair's a mess
When wo get thru.
The name of the University of Kentucky will adorn the new stadium at
Fort Benning, Georgia, and to cap it all its name will be at the top of the
list on which is inscribed the names of the donors who have made possible
the erection of the new edifice.
Part of the funds to be used in the building of the stadium are. being
raised by subscription among students in the various schools of the corps
areas of the United States. The University of Kentucky R. 0. T. C. wa3
percent, so it earns the
the first to subscribe the initial quota of fifty-on- e
privilege of having its name at the top of the scroll on which is carved the
who have championed with money and effort the erection
names of those
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