THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Nov. 14 Southwestern at Oxford.
Sept. 27 Randolph-Mnco- n
Nov. 27 Mississippi
Oct. 18 Mississippi
Oct. 4 Duke at Durham.
Oct. 11 Pennsylvania at PhilaJackson.
Oct. 25 Scwance at Baton Kougc
Nov. 1 Arkansas at Shrcvcport.
Oct. 18 V. M. I. at Lexington.
Sept. 27 Howard College
Nov. 8 Ole Miss, at Baton Rouge.
Oct. 25 Kentucky at Lexington.
nov. l Maryland at Charioucs Tuscaloosa.
Nov. 15 Alabama at MontgomOct. 4 Ole Miss, at Tucsaloosa.
Nov. 27 Louisiana State at New
Oct. 11 Sewanee at Tuscaloosa.
Nov. 8 V. P. I. at Blacksburg.
Nov. 27 Tulanc at New Orleans.
Oct. 18 Tennessee at Tuscaloosa.
Nov. 15 Washington and Lee at
Sept 27 Chattanooga
Oct. 25 Vanderbilt at Birmingaggies
Nov. 27 North Carolina at Char
Oct. 4 Minnesota at Minneapolis,
Nov. 1 Kentucky at Lexington.
Sept. 27 Open.
Oct. 11 V. P. I. at Nashville.
Nov. 8 Florida at Gainesville.
Sept. 27 South Carolina at Durat
Oct. 4 Mississippi
Oct. 18 Spring Hill at Nashville. ham.
V. ! I.
Oct. 25 Alabama at Birmingham.
Oct. 4 Virginia at Durham.
Oct. 11 Open.
Nov. 1 Mississippi at Nashville.
Nov. 27 Georgia at Birmingham.
Oct. 11 Davidson at Durham.
Oct. 18 Louisiana State at JackSept. 27 Roanoke at Blacksburg.
Nov. 8 Georgia Tech at Atlanta.
Dec. 6 Open.
Oct. 4 North Carolina at BlacksNov. 15 Tennessee at Nashville.
Oct. 25 WofTord at Spartanburg,
Oct. 25 North Carolina State at burg.
Nov. 22 Auburn at Nashville.
Nov. 1 Vlllanova at Philadelphia Raleigh.
11 Vanderbilt at Nashville.
Nov. 27 Open.
Nov. 8 Kentucky at Durham.
Nov. 1 Tulane at New Orleans.
Oct. 18 William and Mary at
Nov. 29 Maryland at Nashville.
Nov. 15 North Carolina State at
Nov. 8 Open.
Sept. 2 Wake Forest at Chapel
Dec. C Open.
Nov. 15 Auburn at Auburn.
Oct. 25 Davidson at Davidson.
Nov. 27 Washington and Lee at
Nov. 27 Mississippi flit
Oct. 4 V. P. I. at Blacksburif.
Nov. 1 Washington and Lee at
Oct. 11 Maryland
Dec. 6 North Carolina at Dur
Sept. 27 Southern at GainesNov. 8 Virginia at Blacksburg.
Oct. 18 Georgia at Athens.
WASHINGTON AND LEE
Nov. 15 Maryland at Norfolk.
Oct. 25 Tennessee at Knoxvllle.
Oct. 4 North Carolina State at
Nov. 27 V. M. I. at Roanoke.
Nov. 1 Georgia Tech at Chapel
at LexSept. 2 Randolph-Maco- n
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Oct. 11 Auburn at Jacksonville.
Nov. 8 North Carolina State at
Sept . 20 High Point at Raleigh.
Sept. 27 Hampden Sydney at
V. M. I.
Oct. 18 Chicago at Chicago.
Sept, 27 Davidson at Greensboro. Lynchburg.
Oct. 25 Furman at Gainesville.
Nov. 15 Davidson at Chapel Hill.
Oct. 4 Florida at Tampa.
Oct. 4 Richmond at Richmand.
Sept. 27 Richmond at Lexington.
Nov. 1 Georgia at Athens.
Nov. 22 South Carolina at ColOct. 11 Clemson at Charlotte.
Oct. 11 Virginia at Charleston.
Oct. 4 St. Johns at Lexington.
Nov. 8 Alabama at Gainesville.
Oct. 16 Wake Fore3t at Raleigh.
Oct. 18 Kentucky at Lexington.
Oct. 11 The Citadel at
Nov. 15 Clemson at Clemson.
Nov. 27 Virginia at CharlottesOct. 25 St. Johns at Lexington.
Oct. 25 Mississippi Aggies at Ra- Nov. 27 Georgia Tech at Atlanta.
Nov. 1 V. P. I. at Lexington,
Oct. 25 Maryland at Richmond. ville.
Dec. 6 Tennessee at Jacksonville.
Dec. 6 Duke at Chapel Hill.
Presbyterian at Raleigh.
Nov. 1 Davidson at Lexington.
Nov. 8 North Carolina
at Ra- - Park.
Nov. 8 Clemson at Norfolk.
Nov. 15 Virginia at Charlotteslelgh.
Nov. 15 Kentucky at Lexington.
Nov. 15 Duke at Raleigh.
Nov. 27 V. P. I. at Roanoke.
Sept 27 Oglethorpe at Athens.
Nov. 27 Duke at Durham.
Nov. 27 Open.
Sept .20 Presbyterian at Clcm- Oct. 4 Mercer at Athens.
Oct. 11 Yale at New Haven.
Sept 27 WofTord at Clemson.
Oct. 18 North Carolina at AthOct. 4 Sewanee at Lexington.
Oct. 3 Citadel at Florence.
Oct. 11 Maryvllle at Lexington.
Oct. 11 N. C. State at Charlotte.
Sept. 27 Birmingham Southern
Sept . 27 Tennessee Poly at SeOct. 25 Auburn at Columbus.
Oct. 18 Washington & Lee at
Oct. 18 Newberry at Clemson.
Oct. 23 South Carolina at CoOct. 4 Spring Hill at Auburn.
Nov. 1 Florida at Athens.
Oct. 4 Kentucky at Lexington.
October 25 Virginia at Lexing- -' umbia.
Nov. 8 New York University In
Oct. 11 Florida at Jacksonville.
Oct. 11 Alabama at Birmingham.
Nov. llTennessee at Knoxvllle.
Oct. 18 Georgia Tech at At
Oct. 17 Ole Miss, at Oxford.
Nov. 15 Florida at Clemson.
Nov. 15 Tulane at New Orleans. lanta.
Oct. 25 Louisiana State at Hous- - t Nov. 1 Alabama at Lexington.
Nov. 8 Duke at Durham,
Nov. 27 Furman at Greenville.
Nov. 27 Alabama at BirmingOct. 25 Georgia at Columbus.
Nov. 1 Woflord at Auburn.
Nov. 8 Chattanooga at Chattan- - j Nov. 15 V. M. I. at Lexington.
Nov. 27 Tennessee at Knoxvllle.
Dec. 6 Georgia Tech at Atlanta.
Nov. 8 Tulane at New Orleans. ooga.
"STUDENTS GET GRAY"
Nov. 15 Mississippi Aggies at
Nov. 15 South Carolina at Col
Here are some of the reasons
Nov. 27 South Carolina at Col
Nov. 22 Southwestern at Mem- why students get gray: The profes
Sept. 27 Maryvllle College
at sor who assigns three outside readumbus.
Sept. 27 Open.
Nov. 27 Open.
Oct. 4 South Carolina at At- -,
Oct. 4 Centre College at Knox- ings, two outlines, and throws in
background reading for the next
Oct. 11 Carnegie Tech at Pitts- - j
Oct. 11 Ole Miss, at Knoxvllle. day's assignment, thinking his is
Sept 27 Duke at Durham.
Oct. 18 University of Alabama at the only cjass we are taking. The
Georgia Tech at Atlanta,
Oct. 18 Auburn at Atlanta.
Sept. 27 Washington College at
Oct. 11 Louisiana State at Col- - College Park.
Oct. 25 Tulane at Atlanta.
Oct. 25 North Carolina at Knox- lady professor with the weak voice.
Nov. 1 North Carolina at Chapel umbia.
Oct. 4 Yale at New Haven.
The professor who is a "crank" In
ChapOct. 18 Open.
Oct. 11 North Carolina at
Nov. 1 Clemson College at KnoxNov. 8 Vanderbilt at Atlanta.
his field and tries to make us "swalOct. 23 Clemson at Columbia.
Nov. 15 Pennsylvania at Phlla-- 1
Oct. 25 Open.
Oct. 18 St. Johns at College
low" his radical Ideas. The prof
Nov. 8 Carson-Newmdelphia.
Oct. 30 The Citadel at Orange-- 1 Park.
who has that annoying habit of inat Knoxvllle.
Dec. 6 Georgia at Atlanta.
Oct. 25 V. M. I. at Richmond.
Nov. 15 Vanderbilt at Nashville. specting the scenery outside
Nov. 1 Virginia at CharlottesNov. 27 Kentucky at Knoxvllle. window whUe he Is lecturing. The
Nov. 6 Furman at Greenville.
Dec. 6 Florida at Jacksonville.
pedagogus who assigns a class of
Nov. 15 Sewanee at Columbia.
Nov. 8 Washington and Lee at
fifty to read a passage in a book, of
Nov. 22 North Carolina at Col- - College Park.
Sept 27 Southwest La. Ints.. at
which the library has only one
Nov. 15 V. P. I. at Norfolk.
copy. The professor who "plays" to
Nov. 27 Auburn at Columbus.
Nov. 22 Navy at Annapolis.
Oct. 4 Northwestern at Evans-- ,
Sept 26 Union University at Ox- the women in the class. The one
Nov. 27 John Hopkins at Balti
who thinks co-eford.
are not needed
Oct. 11 Texas Aggies at Dallas.
In his course. The comma hound
Oct. 4 Alabama at Tuscaloosa.
Dec. 6 West Maryland at Balti
Oct. 18 Birmingham Southern at
Oct. 11 Tennessee at Knoxvllle. who knows that one swallow does
not make a summer, but believes
Oct. 17 Sewanee at Oxford.
Sept. 20 Dakota Wesleyan at
Oct. 25 Georgia Tech at Atlanta.
that, one mistake should merit a
Oct. 26 Chicago at Chicago.
Nov. 1 Mississippi Aggies at New Baton Rouge.
Nov. 1 Vanderbilt at Nashville. flunk. The professor who thinks
none but his ideas are correct.
Nov. 8 Louisiana State at
Sept. 20 Roanoke at
Nov. 8 Auburn at New Orleans,
Oct. 4 Southwest La. Inst., at
Oregon Daily Emerald.
Nov. 15 Georgia at New Orleans. ' Baton Rouge.
COLLEGE LIFE IS NECESSITY
Recently a senior was heard to
remark In triumph, "This rnds my
fourth year, and my living expenses
have averaged $12 a month. I've
commuted home every night since
Further conversation elicited the
Information that In four years this
seen even one football, basketball,
baseball game, had never heard
any of the fine-art- s
in short, had no connection with
the life of the campus other
One that sees none of the
phase of campus life misses
a great portion of his education.
Excellence In books comes to this
student no oftcner than It does to
others, bilt even so. such excellence
alone will not cover deficiencies In
ability to meet people, to be an Individual of the world with that general' outlook and thought about
things that college life gives. Oklahoma Dally.
Uppcrclassmen, don't be too hard on the freshmen.
Remember you were a freshman once yourselves
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