THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Formerly THE IDEA
State University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. FEB. 17 1916,
Consistent Team Work Is
the Feature of State's
TURLEY SCORES FIVE
of Condolence in Memory
of President's Brother
of tho bill introduced
in the upper houses of tho Legislature
soveral weeks ago by Senator Charles
A veritable runaway will beat de- D. Arnett at the instance of Commisscribe the basketball game at Dan- sioner of Agriculture, Mat S. Cohen,
ville Tuesday night in which State's providing for tho appointment of a
against committee of Ave to investigate the
quintet piled up a
Experiment Station for "alleged fricCentre College.
tion existing between the director of
Masters of the situation from the
the Station and the representatives
outset, every member of the team,
of tho Federal Department of Agriculwith the exception of George Zerfoss,
ture," was voiced in resolutions adoptwho had been given instructions to
ed by the grain dealers' group of the
protect State's goal at all times, suc- Lexington
Board of Commerce last
ceeded in throwing three or more field
They assert in the resolutions that
Turley, for Danville, made all of the work of the Experiment Station
their' five points. He threw .two field under the .administration of Dr. Kas-tlgoals and one foul goal in six athas been very satisfactory and that
tempts. Hart located the basket for "it would be extremely hazardous to Louisville Five
State Throughout the
five field goals and two foul goals in place the administration and enforce
ment of this act under the control of
the State Department of Agriculture 26-22
State Hart (12), and K. Zerfoss with the risks and uncertainties at
(6), forwards; Server (10), center; tendant upon frequent changes offcd'
Gumbert (8) and G. Zerfoss, guards. ministration of the State government aspirations were handed a serious
Centre Turley (5), and Puryear, and the numerous readjustments un blow Saturday night at the Auditorium, when the University of Louisforward; Tate, center; Montgomery avoidably incident thereto."
ville basket tossers were returned the
and Biddle, guards.
victors 26 to 22.
Substitutes, Kentucky-LongworThe story of the melefe can be brieffor K. Zerfoss, Ireland for George ZerAt a recent meeting of the Senior
State's team was either
foss, and Schwant forHart. Centre
class Mr. Mayo was elected. Class ly stated.
Bryant for Puryear.yLeach for Mont- Treasurer, Miss Rebecca Smith! Class
least the men, with the exception of
gomery and Johson for Diddle.
Prophet, and. Miss Ina Darnall, Class
Hart, were off form.
Louisville took a big lead in the
These officials were elected to fill
HENRY CLAY LAW
first half, and at its close had given
the vacancies left by the resignation
SOCIETY HAS TRIAL oj M. D. Amburgy, Miss Marie State's team the Small end of a
Louise Michot and Miss Josle Hayes. score.. However, after a few minutes'
J. J. McBrayer was "arrested" and
play In the second period, State, showMr. Amburgy and Miss Michot have
sentenced to, from two to twenty-onHayes ing a return to regular form, managed
accepted positions and Miss
years in the "pen" last week on a
will be unable to be present on Class to tie the score. Louisville not to be
charge of mansalughter, which, it is
denied the fruits of victory which usDay.
alleged, took place in the library
ually accompanies tho better team
here. On the jury composed of six
work, braced, and field goals by Korn- STATE HALL HAS
students were four girls. McBrayer,
NEW MANAGEMENT feld and Rectenwald, cinched the
who was defended by J. T. Gooch and
game for tho Falls City aggregation.
thei efficient direction of
J. V. Chamberlain, pleaded
Daniels was the shining light of the
attorneys Mrs. J. G. Judy, State Hall dining-roo- Louisville team. Ho was apparently
is gradually being converted in- able to toss
were P. A. Harrison and J. P. Gregory.
a goal from any difficult
to an institution of real worth for tho angle.
D. L. McNeill presided.
He is one of the cleverest
The court scene was staged by the students of the University. Mrs. Judy baskoteers seen hero this season.
t has been in charge for two weeks now
Henry Clay Law Society for the
Tho customary consistent playing of
of Dean Hamilton's Freshman and besides showing a decided im- Derrol Hart and tho playing of Ireprovement in tho quality of food and
land, who was sent in at forward,
waiting sorvico, she has made a slight
Hart replacing Server at center, durprofit.
Tho number of boarders has ing
the second half wore tho only feaalready increased noticeably anil tho
tures of State's play.
dally addition of now ones is indicat-- '
Hart, of State, throw six out of nino
All pictures of Seniors, clubs and ivo of succcbs.
trinls, while McCaleb, of tho visitors,
societies must bo in tho hands of tho
wns successful in all of four trials.
Spongier, by FORMER STUDENTS
RETURN TO COLLEGE State K. Zerfoss (Captain) (2).
Saturday, February 19.
Louis Ware and Carrol Shirmer, Hart (10), and Ireland (4), forwards;
who for tho past six months have Sorvor (4) and Hart, center; G. ZerNOTICE!
beon engaged in practical mining work foss and Gumbort (2), guards.
Tho Kentuckiau staff will hold an in tho Miami Copper district of AriLouisvlllo Kornfeld (Captain) (4),
important meeting Thursday after- zona, for the Old Dominion Copper Struvo (4) and Hoctonwald (4), fornoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Company, have resumed their studies wards; Daniel (10), contor; Terry (2)
in the College of Mines and Metal- and McCaleb (4), guards. Reforeo,
lurgy at tho University.
Faculty Drafts Expression Prominent Speaker To Pre-
The University faculty held a meeting in tho faculty room Monday noon
Preliminary steps for tho observing
and adopted resolutions of condolence
of Washington's Birthday wero taken
in memory of Richard Henry Barker,
at a faculty meeting Monday. Hitherbrother of President Henry S. Barker,
to, for some years there have been
who died last Saturday noon in Louisno special exercises at the University
February 22, but this year a promiA copy of the resolutions was sent
nent speaker will be procured and
to President Barker and to the press
special exercises will be held in the
of Louisville and Lexington. The reschapel at 10 o'clock. An invitation has
been sent to a prominent speaker, but
"Month after month, the world is
at the time The Kernel went to press
being stripped of its choicest manhis acceptance had not arrived. The
hood, and yet the loss of one may af
battalion of cadets will be present and
fect us more profoundly than that of
all other students and friends of the
a million. Sprung from the same
University are urged to attend.
proud English progenitors, born of the
Following the meeting in the chapel
same American parents, cherished on
the faculty of the University will at
the bosom of the same fond mother,
tend a luncheon at the Phoenix Hoknit all through the changing years
tel. It is planned to make the faculty
by invisible yet immutable bonds of
luncheon an annual event of Washingmemory and affection, natural it is
ton's Birthday. The students will be
that a brother's decease should
given a holiday, but it is expected that
of the main strings
must of ther v. Ill pttuiul thtriTiiblJc--exercisin life's mystic lute. Two brothers rethat day.
main to play their part manfully in
The annual military ball will be
performance of the daily task, the
held in Buell Armory on the evening
third, whom reverently we bid fare- nf Fflhrmtrv 22. iinilnr thn rHrpoMnn nf
well, has joined the myriad fore-- i
TJfint. A. R. TTnnprwnnil
hparpra nf Tits nwti npnnln
will wear dress uniform and the young
"Whereas, on Saturday the twelfth
women will appear in colonial cosinstant, the day of Lincoln's nativity,
Richard H. Barker, of Louisville, was
suddenly summoned to that bourne
whence no traveller returns;
"Therefore, Be is Resolved, That
we, the Faculty of the State UniverLawrence J. Heyman, "snap-shotsity of Kentucky, herewith express
editor of the Kentuckian, has anour sincere sympathy with President
to encourage the work
Henry S. Barker, with Mrs. Barker nounced that
of amateur photographers on the camsorrowing friends of him
aud with all
pus, an annual will be presented to
who is gone;
the person submitting the three best
"Resolved, That we learn to num"snaps" from
to post-carber our days, so that we may apply
size. To be acceptable, however, they
our hearts unto wisdom.
must be printed on gloss paper.
"Resolved, That we send a copy of
Views of tho campus, especially
these resolutions to President Barker
those taken In the summer or autumn,
and to the press of Louisville and Lex-- .
snapshots of Commencement Week,
football, baseball or track events, and
The committee that drew up the
general life about the campus will bo
reti i lions consisted of C. W. Mathacceptable.
ews. C. J. Norwood, R. M. Allen, A.
Thoro is much latitude in this and
M Miller and A. S. Mackenzie.
every man or young woman who owns
Henry Barkor dropped
i kodak or camera should get busy.
dead shortly boforo noon last SaturMr. Heyman will discuss details with
day in tho offico of tho Louisvlllo
"yono who desires to submit snapTrust Company. At tho timo ho wns
talking to Rev. E. L. Warren, and had
given no signs of illness When tho
LOST Delta Rho Kappa bar pin. Reattack camo ho foil to tho floor and
turn to Business Office.
expired boforo anything qouUI bo dono
Judgo Barkor and daughters, Carolyn and Mary Neal.
Maxwell Barker, wero In tho neigh- .Miss Carolyn Barkor was in Lexingborhood and wero summoned at once. ton to attoud a banquet of Kappa
President Barker had Just delivered Kappa Gamma sorority when the
an address nt tho servicos in memory news of her father's death reached
of Aaron Kohn.
her. Mr. Barker's son, Richard H.
Mr. Barker is survived by his wife, Barkor, Jr , was formerly a student in
u sou, Richard II. Barkor, mid two the University.