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KODAK ALBUMS 50 Cents ot $8.00.
PENNANTS $1.00 and up.
The writer la wondering if the doorkeeper at the Opera House let anyone
in Friday night who was present for
the previous night's performance of
"The Climbers." If ho did, tho Strollers may have a hard time explaining
how "Frizzle" was able to appear In
the second performance as ho died in
Professor M. C. James, Agricultural
Education, was In .Cynthlana Monday,
where he spoke, before tho Joint meeting of the Garden Club and tho Civics
Department of the Woman's Club. He
was there in the interest of Junior
Red Cross and school garden work.
Mlna Beck, head of
partment Art and Design, appeared
before an audience at tho city Y. W.
C. A. on last Friday night and spoke
on "Art in the Home." Miss Beck's
treatment of the subject was both instructive and interesting and was well
Frank M. Crum, class of '16, Arts
and Sciences, spent several days as
a visitor on the campus. "Senator"
majored in History while In college
and aside from his studies found time
to wage a fierce and "bloody" war
for the presidency of the Junior class
from which he emerged triumphantly.
thesis work this year the writing of a
biography of William Bradley, former
Governor and Senator. iHe has the
promise of material from the family
of the illustrious Kentuckian from
which to write his thesis. Robinson
was a member of the team which was
sent against Miami in the recent de-
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If we haven't your Fraternity Paper we can
get it for you.
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Captain Herbert Graham, class of
Journalism, and editor of the Annual of that year, was recently recommended for an lnstructorship in
Syracuse University, but Instead of
accepting that offer has gone with the
Lexington Herald as political writer.
He entered upon his new work April 5.
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Leon Wise has for his thesis this
year, "History of Prices in Lexington Since 1913." Watch your step,
Wise; and if you become too greatly
entangled in the affair, Just call on
Heber the Philadelphia engineer (the
next thing to the lawyer from that
city), and he'll help you out.
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Professors James, May and G. Ivan
Barnes left Tuesday for Hazard, Jenkins and McRoberts to Inspect the
schools of those places and conditions relative to establishing other
branches of training. Professor May
will spend some time in Jenkins relative to Installing a course In the Industrial branches. Mr. Barnes spent
last week In Marlon, Cadiz, Greenville and other western Kentucky
Roy Scott, class of '17, Arts and
Sciences, was on the campus this
week as a visitor. Scott has been
principal of high school at Mackville
last year, but has recently been in
North Carolina mountains.
"pep" he had
when he lived in the Old Dorm.
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