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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Page Twe to the music of the Hotel Gibson or- .ngton is in his territory. His address chestra. So come and bring your is 3945 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind. wife, husband or sweetheart. We must Hopkinsville Organiees. The latest and youngest of the know beforehand hdw many to count J. Frank Battailc is class secretary, alumni clubs, is that of Christian on. But we will expect every member This club or friend of the University. Adele and if you want to communicate with County, at Hopkinsville. Alwani Secretary Editor ihim, address him at the University entertained the Glee Club at dinner Sladc, Secretary. ' March 26, at the Latham Bodk Store, of which he is manager, Hotel. measures adopted in the last ten years letter from Clarence Clark '17, presi Lexington, Ky. Recently he was mis has considered employment of a full CALENDAR taken for a freshman. dent of the new club says: time executive secretary who migl Three loyal members of the class "The University Glee Club has just render invaluable service. This plan given a performance in Hopkinsville of '08, always active in the interest of New Vork, April 6. Annual has been adopted by half a dozen oth which Dinner-Dancthe Alma Mater, are, Hattie Elizabeth was delightful and very sue cr states. Boyd, teaching biology and botany Cincinnati, April 11. Annual ccssful. They made a fine impression Professor Enoch Grchan, head in the Girls' High School, address 1284 dinner dance, Gibson Hotel. Ad- here with their program, and as men, the University's department of Jour and we "C. M. Clay Porter, of the Student Cheorokce Road; Margaret Jane Wan-les- s, people here dress by President McVey. Speakers Bureau, addressed the Alumnalism, has been closely identified greatly enjoyed being with them. teaching Latin and English in Cleveland. April 12. Dinner ni Club and Rotary Club at a joint with the work of the Kentucky press All College night during meeting "If the University is rightly brought meeting at Bowling Green, Wednes- the same school, living at 1425 South Graduates of his department have b of Association of Alumni Secre before the students in high school day, March 28. . Mr. Porter made an Sixth Street; Helen LaRue McCandcome able workers for the newspapers there wilj soon be mammoth increase excellent address, telling of the needs less, 1141 Floyd Street, all of Louistaries. of the State, many of them as pro ii attendance at the University. Since of the University of Kentucky and ville. Somerset, April 13. Postponed prictors. Professor Grehan original bping in school work I antfendeayoring making an appeal to alt people to cre "Will you pldase change the address from regular meeting. Address ate a sentiment in favor of education of my Kernel to Cia. Minera Naeare-no- y cd a plan for awarding an annual prize . by Dr. Funkhouser. each year to, do this. L,am hoping to in the State. Catasillas, Salvarena, Zacaftecas, for the best newspaper, outlining qual visit the University thisspnrig with April 14. Annual Chicago, "Wie have thirteen members of the Mexico. Am taking' charge of this ifications which have done much dinner-danc- e and election of of- representatives from the Hopkinsville Alumni Club here: J. Preston Cherry, property s superintendent and do not raise the standards of Kentucky news Ffigh, School, in the Kentucky Inter W. H. Jones, C. A. Loudermilk, J. K. want to miss any copies of the Kerfleers at Edgewater Beach Hotel. papers. B. T. Rountree, W. nel." W. W. Shefoy. Philadelphia, April 14. (Second scholastic meet." Mr. Clark1 is pnn Wallingford, J. Craig, R. M. Parrish and V. J. Regular) cipal of the High School' at Hopkins evening Saurday 12 Pritchett. This club is a live organiDRIVE START 1923-2- 4 . ville. meeting withMr. and Mrs. Frank ,j . zation and is Working for a bigger and Alexander T. Ramsay, with the Daugherty, 160 Greenwood Ave., better University of Kentucky. The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Increased Membership of Jenkinstown, Penna. Rotary Club is another live organizaPLAN GEEAT PROGRAM Is Association's Plan. 14. (Second tion in Bowling Green, leading in ill Company ever since graduating, has April Buffalo, progessive movements, and we febl been transferred from the Louisville A drive for members of the Alumni Saturday Regular) luncheon at Will Bring Tegeth that this club will stand behind the office of that company to their offices will be started PWla4Jfkk-CAssociation for 1923-2Ellicott Club. University of Kentucky, doing every- at 57 Pryor street, Atlanta, Ga. His' in the next few days. By a special ar 6f 'KtfetMclriMM Ia Nimtj flfecitty April 14. (Second Lexington, thing in its power for the advancerangement with the publisher the Ker its ment of higher standards of education wife was Frances Cleveland Hug4ies Regular) luncheon at Saturday The PhnWeJphia'Clubhefd 11 They are living at 125 College net will be sent also for the remainder monthly meeting' Saturday, 'March 17, throughout the state. Lafayette Hotel 12:15. 'At a meeting of the Alumni Club, Place, Decatur, Ga. mem at the home, of Henry Marsh, Wil of this session to all the new Louisville, April 20. Annual bers for next year who join in the minsrton. Del. Those ,tresent were immediately after the joint meeting, it Watterion K. E. A. banquet, was agreed by all that the candidates '13 next month. Mr, and M rs. Geo.C Lewis Mr. and for the Legislature should be sounded . Hotel. The marriage of Less than two per cent of the grad Mrs. R. RTaliatferrb, .Mr. and Mrs out in regard to tner attitude toward Miss Cora Johnson, C. X. Johnson and April 20. Annual Birmingham. of Lexinston. w uates are "lost" but addresses have Roy S. Clarke, Miss Frances Marsh the university of Kentucky and edu solemnized Monday evening, March dinner for Juniors. cation in general in the State." Vir 26, in this city. The bride is a prombeen obtained for only a few more Henry Cromwell, H. B. Hedges, C April 28. (Fourth Detroit, 'It, Secretary. Address, than 1,500 former students. The co M. Roswell, Chas. Schrader, W. T, gil J. Pritchettbuilding, Bowling Ureen inent D. A. R., daughter of the late Saturday Regular) dinner, Dix- Opera House Thomas Johnson of Perry county, a operation of every alumnus and stu Clark and guest and Henry N. Marsh ieland Inn. Union veteran. The bridegroom graddent is sought in locating the thou After a delightful supper, the reg Alumni in Mexico sent through this uated from the University of KenFrankfort, April 30. (Last The ular business meeting was called to office last week two orders for sta tucky, receiving his B. S. in 1913 and sands of "lost" Monday Regular) evening meet- Printing LL.B. in 1914. During' the war he slogan "Every Member Get a Member' order. Mr. Marsh read the report of tionery, to the Telegraph ing. per was a trial judge advocate at Camp Company. Harrisfourtr, Pa. has helped the Association greatly in the committee appointed to investigate sonnel of the office glad at The times Sherman, Ohio. all is He is practicing law ' previous drives. possibilities of a Kentucky SocWy in to render any service possible to the at Beatityville, Ky., where they will make their home. Philadelphia. It was the concensus of alumni. Competition for the $100 "Getting Boyd S. Edwards who is R. R. Taliaferro, Louisville Committee Named of opinion of this organization that a Ken Results" prize will be keen, judging with the Louisville & Nashville Rail- the Philadelphia Alumni Club, is a The program committee in charge tucky society be formed with this road, asks inquiries that have reached the from g that his address be changed sales engineer with the Carrier Corporation at 1405 Land Alumni Office. Plans must reach the of the K. E. A. Banquet April 20 at body as a nucleus. The name will be to 4417 Vermont avenue, Latonia Sta the Hotel Henry Watterson, in Lou "Kentuckians of Philadelphia." Its pur tion, Covington, Ky. Title Building; residence address, Secretary not later than May 15. 4 Parle, Philadelphia, Pa. is vice- - Beechwood Gilbert "It it certain that one of these tug isville, is Miss Helen McCandless '08, pose will be to promote in ah effective president ofbegenfelter the McCracken County Mr. Taliaferro was with the Buffalo gestiona will be worth $100," laid one George Jackson '18, Homer Puckett '04 way some worthy cause in Kentucky Alumni Club at Paducah. Harold Forge Company the first two years president of the (the particular cause to be decided by Hummel ex- - is treasurer of the club after graduating. alumnus. "I believe everyone of them and J. T. Pride will be worth $1. Suggestions then club. Among the speakers are Presi the complete organization) and also to and Florence Brown ex- -, reporter on Ts the Paducah Evening Sun, is secretary. from the 1,100 alumni readers of the dent Frank L. McVey, Dean F. Paul develop social intercourse between the Fannie Leman wth Watt & "Please change my address to 7027 Kernel would be worth at least $1,100, Anderson, Miss Emma J. Woerner, Kentuckians resident in this vicinity. Company, is secretary of the Bell Glenwood Avenue. Chicaaro. III." all for a $100 investment in a gold Professor W. J. Craig and Professor The Society is to have two smokers a County Alumni Club, Pineville, Ky. J. R. Waltkins year and one subscription Davis u. Cratib is president dinner- J. E. Boluns ts treasurer of the prize. It seems to me that is good R. T. Whittinghill. (Winchester) New York Alumni Club. After arrad- of the Clark county dance. business. You can count on me to Alumni Club. He is representative of uatinar. he first entered the Education Honor Roll Grows help." following The resolution wa: Deere Plow Company. al Department of the American Ring I he Student Loan Fund continues adopted: "RESOLVED, That the the JohnA. Loudermilk l, is secre er Company. During the World 'War Chas. to grow thou?n t'.ll unable to serve Philadelphia Club is in hearty accord of the Warren County he was first WILL HEAR CANTRILL Greef the needs of al'. '.lie students who ?y- - with the program looking toward Alumni Club. Mr. Loudermilk is an Engineering connected with the Comand Manufacturing instructor in the Department of Agri legislative support in Kentucky and culture, eWtsern state Normal school, pany and afterwards with the Drying Large Attendance Expected For Lex- ply to the comu.itee for help. Pr Systems, Inc. His work consisting of 3'tss has be?i wade possible largely we are awaiting receipt of a definite Bowling Green, Ky. ington Alumni Luncheon. research along the lines of drying and of alun-.- i over t'.irough the program and as soon as that comes Much interest has been aroused preserving food stuffs for shipment to On the Honor Roll are: 'to through we are ready to in the armies overseas. Since 1919 he has the announcement that Congressman Dr. Alfred Peter is the permanent James H. Gardnrr 04. every way possible." A committee on secretary of the classes .from 1869 to been publicity engineer for the CarJ. C. Cantrill will speak at the Lexrier Engineering Charles R. Brjck '90. Corporation, 750 ington Alumni Club meeting April 14. Legislation, consists of Frank Daugh 1889. Dr. Peter is a life member of Frehnghuysen Avenue, Newark, N. Jfey B. Brown;.:g '16. erty, chairman; Thornton Lewis and the Alumni Association and has al Some members of the senior class will Howard P. Tngels '06. Roy S. Clarke. The committee, after ways been actively interested in its be included as guests at the luncheon. rch of these dumn has subscrib being informed of the definite program welfare. Since receiving his B. S. de17 A number of the faculty also will be gree in '80. he has received the degree Rutherford B. Hays, secretary-treasured $500 or more to the fund. Th of the University, will in turn, send present. M. S. in '85 and in 1913, the honor of the Graves County Alumni plan was started by he suggestion of out a short report to each member as ary degree Sc. D. He is head of the 0 The active participation of the Club, is teaching in the of to what they want done. Every mem Department of Chemistry at the Ex Agriculture Department, former students of the University Mr. Gardner v;;:h the High School, t ofessor W. S. Webb '01, chairman ber is expected to follow the program periment Station, Lexington. Sedaha, Ky. living in Kentucky in educational Loan Fund Committee. A sub mapped out by the Alumni Association Miss Myrtle Smith is corresponding movements has attracted the attention of the '96 secretary of the Oldham County enption of $500 wl place the dor or and its committee. Dr. Harry A. Davidson, class sec Alumni Club, address LaGrange, Ky. of candidates for state and local ofretary, is practicing medicine, wth expected that the 1924 n the Honor Rot! even though the fices. The Executive Committee, which It is out over an ex consists of the three officers and two offices at 820 Starks bldg., Louisville, It Legislature will be more favorable payment be Ky. ended period. Marcus C. Redwine is practicing law members, was designated, Mr. Daughto education than any previous sesJ. Irvine Lyle is treasurer and gen erty and Thornton Lewis to act on eral manager of the Carrier Engineer with offices in the Clark County sion. for Governor will Other candidates this committee. This committee will ing corporation, au rreiingnuysen National Bank rBldg., Winchester. Ky. PLAN He is secretary-treasureof the Clark alumni, ac M meet once a month to discuss import- Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. address the Lexington county Alumni is president of the New Yor' strumental in Club and has been incording to plans of W. D. Hamilton, Classes With 'i's and 3's in Numerals ant business matters, allowing more Lvle arranging dates for Club, a life member of ' a. '14 president of the Club. time for a social gathering at the reg Alumni Association, a member of the members of the Student Speakers Due For Commencement Alumni recently. ular monthly meeting. Board of Trustees, and has been an Class secretaries, moved by happy RUSH EASTER EDITION The names of Miss Frances Marsh untiring worker for the benefit otf the thoughts of days spent on the old Alma Mater ever A recent letter from Katheritie F. their re and W. Taylor Clarke were accepted Mr. Lyle received a sinceM.graduating campus, are announcing B. E. dear-Week, as eligible to membership in the Phil :n '96 and his M. E. in '02. He b" Bell, who is teaching Home EconomStaff Sacrifice to unions for Commencement Members of Kernel adelphia Club. A letter was read from held important offices in the engineer ics in the Central High School WashReader Greater (Service June ington, D. G, tells of crowded condiThe happiest and most appealing Mr. Daugherty, inviting the Club to :nsc societies, A. S. H. V. E. and A. ? tions n the schools there. They have of the Kernel staff publish Members meet at his home the second Saturday M. E. about 3,500 students, coming in two ed the Easter edition in a day and a letter received in the Alumni Office shifts, so thalt every room is in use half instead of the usual week. This in many months is a circular from R. in May. The meeting adjourned after 03 every hour of the day. Miss Bell is rising vote of thanks to Mr. Marsh R. T. Whittinghill is class secreary living at 1423 Clifton St., but will rewas due to the desire to aid through T. "Big Whit" Whittinghill to the and his mother for their excellent hos see separate note. turn to her Lexington home the latthe paper the missionary work to be class of "Naughty Three." Mrs. Dudley M. Plummer (Eleanor ter part erf June, to remain during the One member of the class of '83 is pitaltty. Roy S. Clarke, Secretary. students and done among high school of the Clark summer. Sorake) is leading citizens during the holidays. living, James W. Taylor, superintendCounty Alumni Club, address 3ib b We add to our foreign active list Cincinnatians Meet Maple St.. Winchester, Ky. Sacrifices have been made more ent of schools at Trenton, Ky. Efthis week, H. R, Halbert, who is offiThe Cincinnati Alumni Club's execu cer in charge of Government Expe- -' once by student members of the forts will be made to have him lead than staff to get out the best paper possible the jollification of the "youngsters" tive committee has scheduled a big L. Chauncey Brown, who is manag (Continued on page six) and on time. "Do it for the alumni" June 12. Other classes due for re- event for Wednesday, April 11. Or unions are '88, '93, '98, '03, '08, '13, '18 that evening the Spring Party of tht ing editor ano part owner at tne has been the slogan frequently. and '20. Mr. Whittinghill wrote to his Club will be held in the Delia Robii Evening Independent, St. Petersburg, room of the New Hotel Gibson. Fla.. is secretary of the class of '06. classt NEWSPAPERS GAIN President McVey of the University Address him care of the Evening In "The venerable president of our day DUES AND THE KERNEL ONE YEAR 12.00. Professor Grehan Plays Important has passed to his reward. It is pro- will be present and after a typical Gib dependent. Herbert Orahaw, Wallace Hopkins Magee, who has posed to erect a bronze statue to his son dinner will deliver an interesting Role in Progressive Moves. Seereesry. Kentucky newspapers like many oth- memory, mis ts one statue mat i address to the members and guests. been on the "tost list" for sometime, This is Then there will be the annual election was a visitor on he campus last week. ers are a strong moral force. The am heartily in favor of. year for our class. I wonder of officers and perhaps some other He is in promotion work, with the me the address. Best withes for the Kentucky Press Association.which has Mrs. Guy been sponsor for the chief progressive how many can and will get back for stunts. Those who desire may dance National Lime Association .and Lex- - Uaiversity of Kentucky. commencement. Let's hear from you.' Alumni Notes Betwixt Us e. . . ts 4 ex-2- 2. rEngi-neerin- ex-1- ex-0- 3, ex-1- 8, ex-U- U ex-.i- Smith-Hugh- sp'-ei- Bu-re- " 10-1- 3.