THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
1REG0N AG. COLLEGE
MAY GET COACH GILL
Director of Athletics To
Leave U. K. Early
Andrew 0411, who has been athletic
coach at the University for the last
two years, will leave about June 1 to
accept one of the three offers that
have been made him. He stated Sat
urday it was likely he would go to
CorvalllB, Ore., to become coach at
the Oregon Agricultural College.
iMr. GUI came to the University from
the University of North Dakota, and,
despite the setback given athletics by
the war, piloted the Wildcats through
.successful seasons in football, base
ball and track, winning more than
of all the contests.
In baseball the Wildcats have been
unusually successful and last year
dropped only three games during the
entire season. This year the Michigan game is the only one in which
they have been defeated. In spite of
the fact that the last football schedule was the heaviest ever undergone
by the Wildcats, they won approxif
of the games. They
were equally as successful in basketball and their baseball victories
brought their average far up.
Coach Gill is an alumnus of the University of Indiana. He played professional baseball several years, wearing
the uniform of the Chicago White Sox
for awhile, and later was with Kalamazoo In the Southern Michigan
League. He also played in the North
Carolina and Northern Leagues.
In addition to the offer from Oregon
Agricultural College, the Kentucky
coach also has an opportunity to go
to Leland Stanford University or the
South Dakota University.
William J. Juneau, of University of
Wisconsin and Texas football fame,
will succeed Mr. Gill.
sity of Wisconsin and Marquette University, was officially appointed assistant director of physical education
and will have charge of the football.
The budget for the year will be Anally passed upon at a meeting of the
executive committee of the Board of
Trustees of the institution May 15.
The Whlto Mathematics Club held
Its regular weekly meeting Tuesday
afternoon nt .1:30 o'clock In the Civil
and Physics Building, Professor W. P.
Angel speaking on "Bohr's Picture of
ALPHA DELTA SIGMA
INITIATES NEW MEN
The Henry Watterson Chapter of
the Alpha Delta Sigma, honorary Journalistic fraternity, gave a delightful
banquet and held an initiation Friday
evening In the private dining room of
the Woman's Exchange.
The table was attractively appointed and the favors at the places were
copies of the Kentucky Kernel, each
with a business pencil fastened In the
margin. Jesse Tapp, of the Active
Chapter, was the toastmaster and responses were given by J. Owen Reynolds, Owen Lee and Frederick Jackson of the alumni.
The menu was elaborate and excellent and after the banquet, the initiation ceremonies were conducted by
James Dixon, of the Active Chapter,
the initiates, J. Burton Prewltt, of
Mt. Sterling; R. F. Peters, of Winchester, and Arthur Cameron, of Lexington.
Among others present were J. P.
Barnes, iDonald Dinning, William Sow-arHerndon Evans, Emery Frazler,
Harry Cottrell, McCIarty Harbison.
For All These See
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Psychology Club met
last Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock in Neville Hall, at which time
the following talks were presented:
"Mental Tests," by Frank Tuttle;
Paul Cooper, and
"Hpynotism," Irma Wentzel.
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After the program there was a social hour. The next meeting will be
held Wednesday, May 12. It has been
postponed one week, owing to the fact
that Doctor Cornell, who Is to have
charge of the program, will be out of
town during the week in which the
club is supposed to meet.
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"Beware of success," said Dr. Joseph Stucky last Monday night in an
address to the
your failures be your stepping stones
to success and be broadened by them
instead of dwindled."
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Dr. Stucky made an inspiring talk
on the subject of medical citizenship
and the effect the practice of medicine
has on the person who chooses it as a
profession. He spoke highly of the
course here, saying that
the foundation of a medical education
consists of a knowledge of chemistry,
biology and anatomy.
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Doctor Joseph Roemer, class of '14,
Arts and Science, has recently been
elected to the position of Professor of
Secondary Education and High School
Visitor in the University of Florida.
This position corresponds to the one
held by Professor McHenry Rhoads
George Gregory made a talk on the
in our University. At the time of his
"Cedars of Lebanon" at the meeting
new appointment, he was head of the
of the Rafinesque Club last WednesDepartment of Education in Sam Husday evening at 7:30 o'clock In White
ton State Normal School, Texas.
Hall. Refreshments were served durDoctor Roemer came to he Univering the social hour which followed the
sity in 1912 from Bowling Green where
he graduated from Western Normal In
'07. After graduation here he enterAPPROVED
Clifford T. Dotson, class of '16, Law,
ed Peabody College and took his A.
'15 and received his Doctor's was a visitor on the campus Monday.
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degree in '19. He had the honor of During his senior year he was an acIntercollegiate ProThe build- being the first male student to re- tive worker in the
$35,000 fraternity house.
hibition Association, the student temdegree from that
ing will probably be situated on Win-slo- ceive such a
street, opposite the campus near
Sigma Nu house, now
the site of the
in the process of construction.
is the first request for a fraternity
building site ever honored by the
erection of fraternity houses as one
means of solving the housing problem
for male students.
Dr. Clare Brown Cornell, professor
of Psychology, resigned Monday to
become the head of the Department of
Civilian Relief Lake Division, American Red Cross. A year's leave of absence was granted to Professor W.
E. Freeman, head of the Department
of Electrical Engineering.
Freeman will be the head of the
training school for engineers conducted by the Westinghouse Electric and
Manufacturing Company of Pittsburg
during his absence from this institution.
W. E. Payne, a graduate of the University of Chicago, was appointed inEdwin H.
structor In mathematics.
Hull was appointed Professor of Botany for the coming year to serve during the absence from the University
of Professor E. T. McFarland, who
will study for a doctor's degree.
The committee took steps to try to
make possible the acquiring of property for the housing of students during the school term.
William J. Juneau, known as "Injun
BUI," formerl ya coach at the Univer
Wishes to Announce
The opening of their Engraving Plant
311 W. Main St., on or about Dec. 1st,
which time we will be able to furnish printing plates of all descriptions.
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