THE .KENTUCKY .KERNEL
THE BOOK STORE
Under Management of Miss
Carrie Bean Operated as
U. of K. Department
Several years ago the university
book store was operated by individ-
uals and at the present time there
is still some misconception along this
line. For a year and a half, however,
the book store has been operated directly by the university.
Miss Carrie Bean, the manager,
has been in charge of the store ever
since the university took it over a
year ago last March. Miss Bean has
asked The Kernel to announce to the
student body, especially to the freshmen, that she is ever ready to be of
service and for them not to hesitate
to call on her if she can ever be of
any assistance to them. Miss Bean
also is anxious for the student body
to understand that the book store is
a regular department of the university and is not operated for profit
as a comparison of prices will show.
Located in the book store in the
basement of the gym is the university post office. Here letters and
packages may be insured and mailed,
and "here also university students receive much of their mail. For this
purpose every student is given a mail
box at the beginning of each semes-- ,
ter. The fee for the mail box is included in the registration fee and
any student who has not procured his
box yet is asked to call at the
window at once and take care
of this matter.
It is important that students look
in their mail boxes frequently.
the past this has not always been
done, according to Miss Bean.
university notices as well as considerable other mail is deposited in these
boxes and students are held responsible for these notices.
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same thing. Yet it never suggested
that scholarship should be forsworn
The great question
which faces the American university
is how it can develop bottftn its graduate students. The Editor of The
"Well, I've sure had a good time,
but I haven't learned much," is probably the thought of many a senior
among the country's 60 thousand candidates for degrees.
"Have you seen the dog star?"
"No Rin Tin Tin."
Yale upperclassmen are. demanding
ocuncil permit them
to go hatless on the campus.
that the student
snatcher par excellent, never fought
in any football game last year
than he has been fighting this summer to get back into physical trim
for another grid season. Mohney developed stomach trouble last year and
managed to continue playing only
through sheer courage and nerve.
Aftor the. season closed he suffered
a breakdown and was forced to bed.
Realizing. that he would have to be
in perfect condition to play this year,
Mohney has trained diligently the
past three months and now will be
able to mak'e the. grade.
He "will be a valuable cog in the
maihinery Coach Gamage will build
this year. He is unexcelled as a forward pass catcher, as fans who have
been thrilled by his magnificent
achievements will attest.
There awaits you at the Rose and Silver Beauty
Shop more than so much expert service
mere bob, manicure or hair
to take up your problems, will
you the most personal of service and advice.
create new charm.
special new puff for
ing ends of growing hair(
While recognizing the service that
the Ph. D. has rendered American
education in placing it on a more
solid ground work of fact and accuracy, it is still consistent to maintain
that this standard is altogether onesided and too often productive of
pedants rather than scholars.
needs, therefore, to be supplemented
by "another standard so that the two
together will do justice to that completeness which right teaching re- quires.
Of course, such a statement does
injustice to those who enter upon
their graduate work prepared for it
by having acquired
velopment in their college days. Such
men are less likely to dry up in the
intensive specialization which a Ph.
D.requires: and when they come
through the ordeal unscathed, they
are unquestionably better prepared to
teach than they were before. But so
far as undergraduates can judge of
candidates for the doctorate,, far too
large a number of them appear to be
pedants in the making. The Harvard
Natural, lovely, lasting results achieved through
operators who make an art of their calling. Bobbed or long full head
FO COLLEGE GIRLS
"If It's Done in a Beauty Shop We Do It"
degree. If this continues, a reaction
within the universities will force up
on the graduate student a certainly
arid scholarship. Of course the scholarly side of the graduate work is now
stressed. But such must be the case.
Unless a man has gone through this
mill or is a genius, he cannot know
his subject. And there are not many
geniuses in this country.
like these attackers of the Ph. D.
want personality stressed. The Crimson in a recent editorial wanted the
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The .Student's Best Friend- - -
A Good Old Place
Fresh and Clean From Remodeling and Fainting
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The Most Cool and Attractive Hangout
What Pleases You Makes Us Happy
For the Smart
$5 to $8.50
Of felt, volour, velvet and
a distinctive achievement
in the millinery mode, yet
IN CONJUNCTION WITH
Coats With a College Cut!
Mannish "Woolspuns" and "Shagmoors" in heathery colors, that achieve a smart and nonchalant
simplicity, are the right choice for college utility
25 and to 558
(THE FASHION SHOP THIRD FLOOR)
Jaunty and Sportive Jerseys, Wool Crepe or
Flannels arethe smart and serviceable thing
AN ABSOLUTE SENSATION!
of entrance examination!
Different than anything the screen ever has
that will pass any sort
SUNDAY - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
As once it was common to blame
money as the root of all evil, so now
it is the fashion to blame the Ph. D.
"The Quality Department Store"
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MITCHELL, BAKER & SMITH
PH. D. AND HARVARD
Your face, your head, your
eyes, all are considered
in our bobbing shop before the scissors or comb
are as much as put to the
fection itself. 50c.
The right hair piece can
Leading Department Store
WE SELL YOU BEAUTY
I have known many who have
tried to trap happiness by quitting
useful work in order that they might
have more leisure for amusement and
They suspect that they have missed
the pleasant things of life because
they have been busy. Nonsense!
The loftiest thoughts, the sweetest
sentiments, the spiciest humor flow
out df the day's work. European art
galleries, literary classics and pro- have Furman
conceived the idea of addine a
fessional funny men do not afford the
whale to their collection
spontaneous wit and repartee that are of
mammals. They are said to have
created in workshops, offices and cot- discovered that
a whale exudes milk
when suddenly struck on the back.
The weary, disillusioned, and rest The whale is to be "installed" at the
less people are not the workers, butj school before the end of the semester,
those idle individuals that one meets if possible.
GRITTON DRY CLEANING
Sap: I've been
He: Would you like to run around
He: Then let me carry that
WHO WOULDN'T BE HAPPY?
How come you're so
on shipsin capital cities and in pleasure resorts. The hardest, most wearisome task in the world is killing
time. Most people who take vacations to rest up, return to their work
all tired out.
They are trying to buy happiness
in job lots or by the gross, unmindful
that laughter, eaietv and eood fellow
ship flourish best where men and wo
men are doing good work and are
interested in it.
If you don't find iov and real han- piness in your work, you are very
likely not to find them at all.
Adopted from "Bruahiner" Is
sued by "Armco."
At Iowa State a press dispatch says
are baking 2 thousand
cherry pies for hungry male students
as part of the annual spring celebration. It's only a short time now till
graduation, you know, and the way
to a man's heart is through his stomach. Iowa is a great practical state,
you must admit
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