"To Ihc Editor of 'the Kernel:
. In the December 11 Issue of the
Kernel, I was Riven credit for nn article on "Trench Mouth." The item
on trench mouth above referred to is
neeurnt" well wr'tt'n and timely, nnd
I wish that I could clnim it as a
product from my pen. However, it
was not written by me, but by D.
Stanton Itoss, of the Department of
Hygiene and Public Health. I hope
that this will find n prominent posi
tion in your next issue, as I wish to
give Mr. Ross credit for the very
good article which he has written.
Very truly yours,
J. E. Rush, M. D."
national honornry educational
Onoga Rho sorority entertained
wllh n flollcrVitfnl ton from A to fl
o'clock Wedncsdny afternoon Decem
ber 9, at the home or Airs. u. J.
nflornoon Miss Cella
Taylor entertained the Omega Rho
sorority with a theatre party. Alter
the tcatro her guests were served with
dnllrlnns refreshments in the Venetian
room of the Canary Cottage.
New Law Journal
Appears On Campus
Issue Contains Many Interesting
CONTINUED SOCIETY NOTES
Articles by Prominent Attorneys of State
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3)
The November issue of the Kentucky Law Journal, is oft" the press.
The Journnl contnins nrticles written
by E. L. Edelcn, of Frnnkfort, Ky.,
George W. Mcuth, of Bowling Green;
W. L. Porter, of the Kentucky Bar
Association; H. C. Kennedy, judge of
the Twenty-Eight- h
and 0. H. Wehle, of Louisville, Ky.
All of these men arc prominent lawyers of the state and their articles are
The Law Journnl is published by the
students in the College of Law. Prof.
W. L. Roberts, of the College of Law,
is faculty editor for the publication.
This journnl has been adopted as the
official publication of the Kentucky
State Bar Association. The Journal
is published four times each y6ar, and
Mr. Louis Shackleford will spend this is the first issue of the 1925-2Christmns with his mother in Sturgis. school year.
Jr. Glanville Terrell was elected
delegate to the annual meeting of the
mencan association of the Univer LOST Gold Shrine pinnn tVin enmrma
nun uiiu tumyuo
e'.ty Professors in Chicago, Decern
last Tuesday. Return to Kernel
at a meeting of the Ken
tucky chapter atthe. university cafe
teria iuonaay nignt.
Convocation was held for the stud ROSCOE
ents and faculty of the College of
Education Thursday afternoon at 3
o clock in the auditorium of the uni
versity high school. Dr. J. C. Noe (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
read from his poems. Talks were
also made by Dr. L. B. McMullen, scholastic fraternity, Epsilon Beta
J'r. Jesse E. Adams, Professor M. E Phi, which has lately bean granted
Ligon, Miss Julia- - Hurd and Mrs. a charter from Phi Beta Kappa, alMargaret urasty, president of the though the chapter has not been inuniversity chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, stalled. In the scholastic year
Mr. Cross held the highest honor
in the military department, as student
colonel of the regiment, and as a
junior and as a senior he received the
Correct Glasses ?.or
silver cup for making the highest
grades in that department.
His work in the College of Law
will be continued this semester and
as to whether he will continue next
semester, Mr. Cross has not yet decided. He will leave for England in
108 Walnut Street v Over
October of next year and will not reUnion Bus Station
turn for three years. During the
summer he will tour the Continent of
Europe with all his expenses paid.
Scientific Eye Examinations
Mr. Cross has a sister, Miss Ernestine Cross, and a brother, Thomas
Prices THAT Please
Cross, now enrolled at the university.
Frances Kane, who was
graduated from the university last
year, is in New York where she is
holding the interesting position of
interviewing performers for the Keith
Leonard Tracy nnd James Malloy
have been selected to represent the
university chapter of the Sigma Nu
fraternity at the biennial convention
of the national Sigma Nu fraternity
vhich will be held at West Baden,
Intl.. December 29 to January 1.
Doctor and Mrs. Frank L. McVey
entertained with the usual Wednesday
Mr. Allan Swisher will poin Mrs.
Swisher for a stay in Chicago during
Beauty Parlor, Art Needle, Infants and
Downstairs Economy Store.
MITCHELL, BAKER & SMITH
"THE QUALITY DEPARTMENT STORE"
TheodoreWeinshank, of Chicago,
Will Make Ventilation Experiments at U. of K. at ltcqucst
Of Dean Anderson
DEBATE olTsUBJECT HELD
WILDCATS OPEN BASKETBALL SEASON TOMORROW
Felines in the 'best shape possible
for the contest tomorrow night. On
Tuesday 'night they- - indulged in a
practice game with the Paris Athletic
club, and-na result- - th'ey will display
a wonderfully improved brand xi
basketball tomorroy night. This practice gamo marked the only scrimmage the 'Cats have- had the past
" eek, but they-- have been taking-brisoffensive and defensive workouts every day.
A renewal of basketball engagements will not be until after the
Christmas' holidays. On January 5,
the Wildcats go to Bloomington, Ind
and play the University of Indiana
The following men will see action
in tomorrow's engagement: Captain
Carey, McFarland, Alberts, Besuden,
Underwood, Phipps. Mohney, Jenkins,
Ellis, Steele, and Sharpe.
DR. RUSH URGES STUDENTS
TO BE VACCINATED NOW
Attend STUDENTS FIGHT HARD FOR
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
World Court Conference
SEATS IN READING ROOM
Which Met Last Friday
duce satisfactory evidence of a sucSaturday and Sunday
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONNl cessful vaccination in the past seven
Gottn lot to do. Sec yu
later, b' good."
That wns the last straw, and I
delegates lttcnded the
Theodore Wcinshnnk; of Chicago, iit(j world court conference held nt realized then after an old side-kic- k
III., a retired engineer, will co. u .o the university last Friday, Saturday,
nd torcdor wns ncting that way,
the University of Kcnt""Uy about md Sunday. Tlie conference wns that it was only thxj back-wor- k
Tmunry 1 to test the efficiency of opened by Dr. Alva W. Taylor's nd- - that proceeds holidays which had
'i different kinds of apparatus used
ken hold of tho students, and that
on "World Peace" at the con'n mechanical ventilation. The faculty vocation exercises Saturday morning. ho university hnd only temporarily
and senior students in the mcchancal , Discussion groups nnd n reception 'nken on the nir of an idenl institu'cpnrtmcnt of the College of Engi-- . nt Patterson hall composed the nftcr-noo- n tion of learning.
coring wih assist Mr. Wcinshnnk
progrnm. A debate on whthcr
th the work.
Mic United Stntes should enter the 'K" DANCE WILL FOLLOW
1 ,nst Thursday,
Mr. Wcinshnnk, who rourt, or continue her policy of Isoln-lo- n GAME
a nn'ive of Russia nddrcssed the
was held in he Cnlvary Baptist
echnnical engineering students on church in the evening. The affirmative
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
the technicalities of their chosen
3idi of the question presented by
At the close of the technical John Y. Brown nnd Miss Dorothy will follow closely on the heels of
discussion, he talked for about an hour Smith wns given the judges' decision.
our first baskctbnll victory of the
on Russia, depicting the past and presThe negative was upheld by Paul reason
for everybody knows the team
ent conditions of his native country. Porter and Miss Martha Reed.
this year is the best over, and defeat
Mr. Wcinshnnk is fnnTilinr with the
Mass meeting Sunday afternoon in is entirely out of the pale of thought
present status of Russia as he has
new gymnasium closed the conand just as the Indians celebrated
been their twice since the World War. the
ference. Dr. Taylor addressed the
He made one of these trips under meeting, which was attended by a i victory with dance, so shall the
Kentuckians. Then too, Christmns is
of the Ameican Society large audience of students nnd citi- just
around the corner, nnd why
of Mechanical Engineers, of which he zens.
should not we greet that happy seais n member and took a number of(
son with a rousing good time even
tccnmcai oooks ana apparatus to tne
before going home for vncation.
companiments with a fine touch.
Saturday night is
After graduating form the UniverThe mnn responsible for the ex- preeminently n patriotic affair, for
sity of Illinois, Mr. Wcinshnnk made cellent presentation Friday night is is
it not for the Kentuckian, with
good in his profession. He has re- Prdf. Carl Lamport, who has added
tired from nctive practice, but keeps greatly to the musical interests of music by in by Kentuckians, and participated
ip interest in problems of mechanical the city, seeking always to place be- Of
engineering by doing research work. fore the public music that would ele- side course Depnuw and others outthe state will be given a hearty
Dean F. Paul Andersin, of the Col- vate the soul and stimulate the mind.
welcome, for, although the annual
' lege of Engineering,
who. has known
Members of the student body and needs the support, the chief aim of
Mr. Weinshank for a number of years,
invited him to address the university faculty who were memebrs of the large the management will be to give every
chorus are: Misses Pauline Adams,
nn enjoyable evening and n
pleasant memory to carry home on
yenrs, the State Board of Health informed Dr. Rush when he cnlled the
board over long distance Wedncsdny
to secure information concerning tho
"umorcd epidemic. In order to be
snfc, however, Dr. Rush advises all students who have not been
luccessfully vaccinated within the past
!lvc yenrs, to take
The dispensary, according to the head
of the hygiene department, now has
uifficiont vaccine on hnnd to trcnt
Dr. McVey Issues Statement
Because of the imminence of the disease nnd the grave danger of nn epidemic on the campus, President McVey issued the following statement
"Rclinble information comes to mo
thnt there is nn increase in smallpox
cases in Kentucky nnd there have
been reported a large number of cases
in nn ndjoining county. Students,
therefore, who have not been vaccinated within tho Inst five yenrs may
introduce smallpox on tho campus
after the holidays and I nm calling
upon nil of those who have not been
ynccinatcd to arrange to do so nt the
University Dispensary nt once. This
is n matter of very great importance
to the student personally and to the
university particularly. An epidemic
of tha kind would bring disaster to the
maintenance of the University sessions."
FRANK L. McVEY,
Eleanor Beggs, Henrietta Blackburn,
Dorothy Bonar, Betnice Calvert, Catherine Carey, Geraldine Cosby, Dora
Hayes, Dorothy Jackson, Ada King,
Minerva Lamport, LaVergne Lester,
Onie Lou McAlpin, Mrs. Flora Mackey,
Ruth Madison, Anna Manly, Eugenia
Money, Edith Moore, Mary Aloe
O'Hara, Frances Palmer, Mildred
Elizabeth Purcell, .Cleona
Reece, Madge Reynolds, George Moore
Smith, Elizabeth Smathers, Maydelle
Van. Cleve, Frances White, Betty
Wickham, Margaret Anderson, Jen-- ;
nie Chancellor, Mrs. Eda Giles, Mary
Gordon, Mary Faith Huffaker, Mildred Jonos, Pearl Martin, Nell Pulliam,
Frances Stevenson, Corinth Taylor,
Billie Whitlow; Messrs, Corbin
Hugh Atherton, Robert Bradbury, Stanley Cundiff, Encil Deen,
Austin Groves, Karl Hohmann, W. H.
Mackey, Henry "Maddox, Frank Melton, Clifton Morrison, Melvin Nollau,
B. Stamatoff, Storey Turner, Clarence Valade, Foster Adams, Hampton
Adams, M. F. Ball, John R. Beam, E.
E. Bowman, E. F. Bullock, Karl Cut-liC. L. Kress, Forrest Mercer, H.
B. Moore, Stanley Powell, M. T.
Trueman Rumberger, Burnette
Sanders, Adrian Terrell, Thomas
Ward, Joe Walters, Robert Warren,
"MESSIAH" PLEASES LARGE Hulette Whimet and Ralph E. Wilson.
AUDIENCE AT GYM MONDAY KATHRYN BROWN ELECTED
POPULAR CO-E(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) MOST
Dowell club and was a member of (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
the chorus of "The Messiah" last of
feminine pulcritude in America.
spring. Other soloists were: Lois
Johnson, soprano, the possessor of a only staff further decided ,to allow
those students to vote 'who had
most colorful voide; Carlton
tenor, whoso singing was annuals in the election to choose the
most popular girl in the university.
characterized by dramatic effect and
During her brief stay at the unifinish; and Louis Kreidler, baritone,
versity Miss Brown has been very
who showed a perfection of interpretation and voice in many passages. prominent in the social life.
The orchestra of the university, conIn the Stroller try outs this year,
sisting of 40 pieces played the ac Miss Brown was selected as one of
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