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AGE t THE KENTUCKY KERNEL ALPHA XI IANQUCT. The XI Chapter of Alpha XI Delta fraternity celebrated the ANDERSON GOES EAST TO BUY NEW TOOLS We Phoenix Hotel twenty-sevent- h anniversary of the founding of the fraternity on Saturday evening, April 17, with a hanquet at the Phoenix Hotel. The room was artistically decorated with pink roses and the fraternity colors, double blue and gold. At one end of the hall hung a large electric lighted quill, the fraternity emblem. The general topic for the toasts was "The Highway." The freshman toast, "The Turn In the Road," was given by Anna Jean Smith; Norma Rachal gave: the sophomore toast, "The House by the Side of the Road." There were two toasts from the Junior class, Isabelle Dickey giving "Little Journeys," and Virginia Shanklin, toast, senior The "Milestones." the Roads Separate," was "Where given by Kathleen Brand, and Zula Ferguson gave the toast for the alumnae, "Looking Back O'er the Way." Dean P. P. Anderson, of the College of Engineering, left Lexington Friday and New morning for Washington York, where he will be Joined by trustees of the University, Grady nnd by the Lyle, committee, appointed Bonn! to purchase additional tools and equipment for the College of Engineering. The Legislature at Its winter session voted an appropriation of 60,000 to bo used for this purpose. Tentative p ans to install these tools and equipment contemplate the using of the long building next to ithe Department of Mines and Metallurgy now used as automobile shops for this pur pose. The wood shop, paint shop and automobile section giving place to new machinery. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY "Prat In the fastest meet held on Carson Field since before the war, Cincin nati's track team went down to defeat at the hands of Earlham College last Saturday by the score of 72 to 36. Earlham produced a surprisingly classy array of talent. Earlham, how ever, was permitted to use freshmen In the meet under the Indiana ruling, whereas Cincinnati neophites had to be satisfied by simply "looking on." The Cincinnati team Bhowed signs of having had insufficient practice, and Farmers came to town for their this was due to the fact that Carson nail. for the Field has been Nobody "listened in" on a telelast two weeks. University of Cincin phone. nati News. Nobody cared for the price of one-fift- y Folks said pneumatic tires were a joke. The butcher "threw In" a piece of liver. Strawstacks were bailed. Jules Verne was to the submarine. You stuck tubes hear a phonograph, d HEAR THE GLEE CLUB HEINTZ, Jeweler 123 Eaat Main Evangelistic Services Street Opposite the Phoenix LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Rev. Robert King, Evangelist Rev. Ralph R. Murphy, Music Director EVERY DQY at 3:00 and 7:30 p. m. APRIL W. B. Martin's BARBERSHOP burned instead of for young men and young women. The students of the city are cordially invited to hear him. Haircut ..40 Shave ..20 153 South Limestone St. in your ears to and it cost a dime, Exchange. WANTED! Presbyterian Church Hart 107 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. HEAR THE GLEE CLUB Maxwell Street Lexington, Ky. EAGLE BARBER SHOP The track team easily demonstrated its superiority to the Georgia "Crack-era- " by defeating the indecisively last Saturday by the score of 59 to 34. The track was comparatively fast and some of the time was very good, especially that which was registered in the miles. Vanderbllt Hustler. to 25 Mr. King is a young man with a special message Proprietors the only convert VANDERBILT WINS TRACK MEET FROM UNIV. OF GA. 11 BENCKART & FOTSCH Schaffner Opposite the Phoenix Hotel Work Guaranteed Flrat-Cla- & Marx "i Ashland Lexington, Ky. MATTHEW A. MANGIONE Progressive Shoe Hospital My Work and Prices Always Keep Me Busy 140 South Limestone All Wool Fabrics and Fine Tailoring Shoes Repaired While You give you longer wear. That means fewer clothes to buy each year less Money Spent. Wait WANTED! Young men of ambition for summer work, selling our maps by our modern, sure-firnew, high grade, sales methods. Days' Work-- An We Guarantee $525.00 for Seventy-fiv- e Average of $7.00 Per Day. Some of our college men last season with no previous experience cleared over $2,000.00. Not a man who fin ished his contract failed to earn more than we guaran teed, it you are open tor employment and are not afraid to think big money, ask us to send" you proofs and tell you how it's done. The work is conducted on a high plane. Right now is the best time in all history for the sale of really good maps. Territory is re served m the order contracts are signed. up-to-da- JOHN SKAIN, Manager Orders given careful and prompt attention. Liz-tie- water-soake- Patronage of University People Recognition Buttons University Campus Belts UNIV. OF CINCINNATI LOSES TRACK MEET TO EARLHAM. Twenty Years Ago. Nobody swatted the fly. Nobody had appendicitis. Nobody wore white shoes. Cream was Ave cents a pint. Canteloupes were muskmelons. Milk shake was a favorite drink. Advertisers did not tell the truth. Doctors wanted to see your tongue. a week. The hired girl drew You never heard tell of a "tin A Metropolitan Hotel Respectfully Solicits the The price of "cheap" clothes, and the price of "good" clothes are so near the same that it wll pay you to buy good ones. e, te up-to-d- NATIONAL MAP COMPANY (BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1885) Copyright 1919, Hart Schaffner&Man SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS Kaufman Clothing Co. LEXINGTON'S BETTER STORE If interested in this proposition see Boyd or Sullivan Law Department, College Representatives. I