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April 15, 1920 LEXINGTON, KEl\TUCKY Vol. III. N0. 11
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H S. ‘ if "¥‘,·¤€i0§» in Soiglriga "High Cost of Education Strollers Play to Improvement of Tobacco
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A Menace to Democracy $1,500 Box-office Receipts By Selection of Seeds
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H · i xiii H5 EHEHS {B? 31*-9*3 %¤0l°:£ _ . . . . . .
    Q 3 ‘ 3 p A "`l`heil1t¤1‘€;1·$Qd cost of living for stu- l°lziynig before a sympathetic and High prices pnid tor recent crops
"t'“""'_ _   `_   __ -1-. · W - E ( _._&..; interested amudience the St1·oller:=, yl ii,.-. huy:. SL·1,m;m0d jug,-est ·u
The assumption that we are fast ea-;1i di·.·i;lr·nda riniiiialiy by the Sure (1***;* 1¤ *¤l“**Fl"*1O*“‘“; 'hlillfll iw (hmmm. dub OE me Uuiwllsmv Of ill tw ut; lp 1 I It I f 1
_     .   - _. . . -_ » ,·.. tt ei rr   e·nre:4 resn.ent ·. " ’ A · ie crop o suc r at tcgree an arm-
ilpprouvhiilg il i1OY5¢%}¤*$5 QSO H HOL `H ”‘t"‘ IUI m"l‘m°E' A humlii`} )   Qmluz Ht R _ _t E V Kentucky, scored an undeniable suc- _ _ g 1· it yn U H
i- U U ,._ .. .{· Lim, ,,]-3-   {L _   = O Tm--;-,5; y o Aeu- _ A . Y   H _ ,_ _ <-r-2 are wivin coser n en itu in
borne out by facts,   Profecesor J. mlm la ° “)11mg {_1 J €U(1_ (Tx C U i) I M ` _ cess when tney staged 'llie Qlamb- _ '.*’ ` ' _
_ . , ,,_ _ i*Y<>d ten CONS {OM >—¤l ` f  V ‘ T. , .. . I   · ; ·— -1 ·l* ( ‘ ttm
mduy type" ('E cm 'xmk _`m,l Tilt more ot the HOPSG ASS0€1t1U<>11 of tinues serious. The cost of living in mi? O _ A _ _ _ slain?;I1i;,Ig$?;ti}1tOf°;iL;]_fn‘;;} }1;;1)O;t
tractors hate not snctesstully cls- America 1_Cpm.tS that thc Livingston Lexington has mcreascd for tha Sub linzhaid .tei11nb—-loineiy 1·ia.4iei, 4 ·:~ . x l c. ._ .1
P*”°‘*d this *"““‘“1 ““ Um “‘““· Bakerv in cineage round that it com ` ` _ _ 1 1 Of L¤irr¤¤¤¤l>urs. mult $***10*1 at I~€X*¤gt¤¤· “`h€1‘°
Bulletin 222 [mm me Experiment $5360 a month to maintain at horse dents from twenty—t1ve to thlltl   Ed“,m.d “»m,d€n_MmOn Rcvmy quantities of ltobacco seeds are
Statien of the University gives data and mn to maintain an HutOmObi1G_ l111‘S il 111011tll it IGW )’GE11`S H20 to fifty Lgximmnu A brougut tor grading,
. gathered from 320 f81‘11‘1G1'S \\'h0 llT1V€ The life of the horse averages eight O1' $iXtY today- Frederick l\[&lSOl1—··Pl'GSt,O11 Cherry, _ Tins work IG don? [FEB Cgi Charm;
used tractors. It was found by these yea,-E; On me 55[yggt, while auteme. ··N0t only has the housing Situation Bowling GI.G€u_ lll tie Department ot Entomo ogy am
farmers that Mi l¤¤s<= furtiis-l¤V¤1‘¤¥¢· l>iles¤1‘¢i¤¤l¤€di¤ am =w¤¤·¤e¤_¤f time for student/5 betmie erincaisr sam ne, Johnny a·i-Otter-ei—¤vei- om-eil, ];;f":l*‘U`§l‘€;; met  ;°“d";’;`§0;fi"
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inc, tmoré tlmgtgilie   Nglm Sah tamt lmcauiqtolbq la G "bnt many faculty men, coming to the Pineville. [Ow in December wm During this
T30 01`S CHU -` · = ? ` —` ·W?¤l GOd°Sby"`F1°d Augu5bmg‘ month 5,347 ounces were received,
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Whére f1Ve MG DOW WO1`kOd» leaving horsemen have found roads construct- h0uB€S ~-tumble LO then mmm Ham L g · IH Jtlllllaly, 4,·¤$$ Oum-9% \\ Glo graded.
so per eerie of the tarni power to be Gd in the lust few vwy,3 aimost im. faculty mmnbers, it is stated, hnve DOOtO1' SlmOh¤1`t“Al1l`Y¤llO Bell, In February, 2,983, and in March 1,-
SNDDUOO OY hO1`SO'3- Thi? KYOOYOV COW passible for the horse, as their sur- A been forced to pny from 25 per cent. EmmBn°€‘ 785 Ounces WOYO graded? making 8-
not Fendér G<¢011¤mi€€U wld Officltiilt face is much too slippery, especially to 33 Lg pm. CGM Of their Saiarms fm. Ryder-—Harry Brailsford, Louis- total for this season of 14,503 ounces,
$9,..,iCB it pniwiiig email t1nd~i1‘1‘eé’.ul`€\l` in Wim-. ne government applet- ,.0..% me ““€· Y 4 _, _ W d gQ‘§(§§’ aju§"'°t ‘“ff‘“§ “§ °""°?’ mf
UQWS OY Ul <¤¤l¤v¤t¤¤s: gmwmg °*Ol’S· ates the predicament and is planning At the meeting membmw Of the Serwnnt at·Trotte1 s—F1ank e e- . . ou s ve1 y- ive 'pei cen .
Considering the life of a $1.400 trac- to give the horse more consideration I I I U ` kemper, Lou1sv11le. of the seeds were received lll lots of
tor as seven years, and adding cost of in road construction. This informa- bmnd O1 uustees gdvc mmf? than Jordan. Butler—William Finn, less than a pound. Larger lots were
repairs, oil and gasoline, it was found tion will prove gratifying to farmers $1.000 to the Stlld€11’£S' LGH11 Fund. Burlington. ill $01116% i1lStH11C€S brought in by DBI`-
in this study that the tractor cost and- owners of horses, who have been R. C. Stoll and Mr. Richard P. Ernst LOO¤m`d» FOOUmm—T€1`1`iU CO1`O» Sons wht) had grown them for Sam
mere than houses per hour of work. greatly embarrassed by slippery Each gave Oval. $500; Irvin Lyle gave H31‘1`OdSbl11‘g· • Grading is done by machinery and
The owner of farm mares can also road surfaces in the last few years. $250 md Supérmmndém Colvin M8Gt€‘1' S‘f€Y111lg··N3HCY Smocky removes light and imperfect; seeds,
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Wolves and Lambs to be University I-Ecads to The insurance on the buildings of John Land, Nicholasville. perfect plants. It is a process ot se-
GRVGI1 at Lllile Théatéf Spéeui 8i the     A- the University was increased to ap- Ml'$· St€l`]i¤g (HOO BIODOIIO H1l¤'fO!') lection, and is believed by farmers to
—; 11 proxinmtely 90 minion dguars and ··MO·1`Y EliZ3·b€Th Downing. Louisville. improve the crop decidedly in both
..The Wolves and the Lumbsy by The University of Kentucky will be awmdgd to the firm Of Kmir & Scott, Miss Ruth Hunter—Marthe Buck· yield and quality, a view with which
W- M· TY`°·°1:m`°y· Wm he mleggnmd · esented by speal‘ers at the Ken- . . man- H€HdOl`$OO· _ ° those in charge of the work are in-
by the Philogephian Litemrv seeiety Tp; D1 t_ I Ax _ t_ t be to be by them distmbuted among oth- Mm' [_hmt€1__ClaI_ibGl Kay, Spring- dined to agree, when they remember
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in me Little Tiieater at the Univorsr u°`y_ °u°? H? _ 99_ BY lnsluauw °°m¥”““6S· field. Ohio that the best plants are selected for =
ty of Kentucky 'SOIHG time UIC lf1TfOl‘ held m Lculbuug Aim 21`“"‘ Members of the board present at Jessica Hunter—Carlis1e Chenault, growth Of Seeds in the field;
part or April. At the general meeting, held Wed- the lngetjng wm; R_ C_ Swir Lgxiug. lileysinlle- J ——;——
The members ot the cast are: nesday afternoon, Doctor F`. L. Mc- mn; R. G- Gordmy Louisville; Ru Pu · Clara Hnnter—LeuiSB Connell, Par- Tigert Made President
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_ Horace Millilcin .......... Elizabeth Klilft Vey, president of the Univeisity of Emgtl NEW Ymk; J' Irvine Lyle, New _ V _ _r ` Q of Advertlslna  
\Julia Prior ........ Mary Elizabeth James Kentucky, Wm Speak OH Financing YO__k_ Rainey T Wang Mm_l_M_ J Miss Julia Godesby—Eli;al,eth Mai- e,
Lady Kicktlgbury `>```````'`'`````` Ruth Kelly the New School System in Kentucky \V.A;1`lll'llOlj Pé1lH.fS‘·’iUO:’ 逤OtO`i"   Shaq, Lixmgmnl · Doctor J J Tigertiiead of the de-
M"S· Dmmmgton ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘’‘‘ FMHCQG Bgthel I i- l\l Froman Gl1ent· Franl· McKee MISS Eleanor S1uClmH__MLugM@t r .- I-   v— ’. ~ .· .
, . _ Ppgfgggm- ]\/Ig]-[gnpy Rhggdg, gupervi- · i » \ · Smith, Nulysviugr ])d.ltl11€1lt§ ot ])5§,Cl1010gy, UH1\'€lSlt}’ of
'mlm Howell ‘‘‘`‘‘’‘‘‘‘‘‘`‘‘ Jemue S¤¤m¤¤& \’er5ailles‘ VV C Hanna Frankfort · · - k- 1 t d i- ·d t gf
G . T, Chiu Mina Wylite sor of High Schools, will address the ’ _ ` ' _ _ ’ °‘ ’ Tompson, Mrs. Hunter’s Maid- KOOYUC li WOO OBO O LIOSI GD
Bmgg Ou _``````'`-``-`'```` ` GGGYRG COlV1¤yF1`O¤KiO¥`ti J· R- Rash, iq . R-. 4 1 U xm the Blue Grass Advertising Club,
Mrs- Prior ----—-----------·- Amantlu F<>1`l¤10F meeting the same afternoon on The HBHGQYSOH. W H Grady Louisville. ‘ mma "°m’ m ‘ . _ _ _ .
. ,   . . - · » . -. ··(,l ’ ‘ ' ’ ’ Marie, Clara Hunter’s Mnid—MarY Whlch was YGCQUUY mgdmzed by the
€·l?~"’¢”°° K‘°‘*"’b"‘Y ODD°‘t““‘tY Ot the I*€m“°1*? meh P Preston Johnston Lexiiwton and . · reiresentatives or adverti··in~ inter
Mmguwt Hmbmson SCh°°lS‘ Thos L Hornsby Eminence Governor E` L"°“G’ Lgxmgmn . . ,1 - . 1; ta R· I
Mar Lum Robertson A nh D It 1 t_ U   - y · · - Gu€St__MyI.U€ Clary Lomsvma eats, of Lexington, F‘1an< or, 1C 1-
y " ````````` Q `'```````'``'`-' Q t l 9 GDH) Mita mm m¤S ’“ Morrow was llIl9~blG to OG Dl`€SO¤t· _. · 4- —» »- R b. mond and many surrounding towns
George Mimkm ------------·---- Lwlr MSOYB science-nOctni· W; D. iriiiiiawueer. __...T H°m_d°n E"“iS’pam`fO1t’ and °   WL P, Q GW. qgctm Of Km
· A,·ai,€ii.. Maiiiaii ,..... nimii»»ii—. n»—~ii·¤ ,iW..t..€.,t pf 20.%.,,,. vyiu 5..,.% CH . . , so RWE- L¤¤¤Sr1¤€· deserve much or   ··“*   *
Mi-_ Bennington ____.,....,.__ Kathryn Reed HZOOIOKV as S High échwl Silbigctf, UHIVOFSIYY Professor S Credit [OY thm? Work as Stagg and U§;`5` I u_ _ t th
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Buikiey .. .l·..·--·-.-»»·-.»----------·- Mw Simon r-iiaO.-;,»DOCiOi- Eawm-ri -i~mi.,ii, Work Notably Recognized ·’“_“;‘° if “;““"*§""* Thi =*t’°$`1Srg§ ‘€ ;‘{;’_""]05;b‘$‘TE{5$;,, f °$"qg
PHSG ........~·...........·---» Mary Hwy Lievn ·~i~ii€ eoiiege and patriotic Amm. 4 ..- °"‘1”_" "" Ml _“°"€ “’°“ _·° · 8“°?‘? ‘” “ A _ i “ ‘ ‘
H · Tn , , .4 , . Music was supplied by the Univer- vortising. Delegates trom the club
————-—— cans. Jiitnig tvolto, proiessor ot Steam lun- _ _ _ . ,
_ _ _ v __ ` gmeériug at mg Umvewitv of Km? sity Orchestra under the direction of are to be sent to the meeting ot the
Tau Kappa Alpha Frat H‘g}}"‘ ]“d""‘“r‘°““1"§*‘d““ M? mclwv 11% Téceived (IGQQIQNQCI 1_(_C0Um_ Prof. Carl Lambert. The various Associated Advertising clubs of the
Rc,0yganizcs at   of   Yew Shmlld tht? Four EGM gouegq mmxiil th? MUCH igsugé Of ,.Cém‘ju%_ stores and business houses of Lexing— world in lndinnapolis in June, the lo-
‘ `--._- Y gouisg EG Qljanued On uv Jumm and mime ahh (,.SL.)ut'h€m Fugiu€El_A,, ton provided costumes, hats, men’s cal organization having applied for a
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The Tw Kappa Al1)1]&,h()]]01·nI*y De. H0 Ecommi q_·Mi'S Mwv qwpg through EMMGS Dumighgd in these clothing and furniture. chaitei as   member of the l1ltC111ZL
bating Fraternity, pledged the follow- me _   ‘ S “ j ` ' mawizings ` _'_"`”_` mma] aS“’°°mUOD·
. t H .` 1 med in H ny, lie:-ul ot the uepertnient ot Home · ¤* · Cafetefa Outgrowing -—-;-—
ing men a ieir annua — g 2   _ _‘ _ __ __ ., 1 ,- ., M, l d P vm. {
Economics Teaching Home loconoin- COm·)U>UO“» (-JO O YO ~O‘ » · ·
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SIIESFS hid El LIB CO Egg pimp; ics iu the Rum] SOOOOISU Plant Eugmcglmg smh P1Ui@‘°$O‘ Its Present Quairlers Not d g S G •
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B, 1fionL   luv igawv MCBINWQY Agrmulmm_P1_Of€SSO1_ Gemge R01} Welles yarticlo onl Meclianical qoot ,_,._.. Lectures {0 Seniors
ISCO ’ OKWYI ’ Hilljl P_ frjgmi erts, department of Agronomy, ‘·Train- BIOWQYR TM 3"U°1€_ ]S_ aunmulcgd At the regular monthly meeting of ———·- _
Lavvrencebuig, E. 'jlli lll, IO H5 mg of Ag1_iCu1tm_al Téacham in KMF on the cover page and its illustrntiolis the Fjxgcutivg Committee gf the Two noted engineers come to the
Julme VVOUO find J- 1- C- N0€· tuckyy show various types of soot blowers. Board of Tmsmgg Cf mg University Uuivm-sity Og Kentucky fm. me week
This fraternity, which formerly ex- _ ________ The editor’s note praises the article of I{@ntuc,ky_ held ju {hg Dpesidentis of April 12 to instruct the Seniors in
isted alt tim Univer-sity img been C cl   t d because "the author tells in Pl 0l€¤1`· Office the request of the United thi? (*0119:20 of E¤giHO€‘1`i¤S i¤i1¤1>¤1‘t·
r9()1gu.11izt3d here this year. The qneli· O`€ S ec B to interestillg 11lH1l11C1‘ llOW soot DIOWGTS Duughml-S Og tha COH{»3(]@i·eCy thygugh ant points of engineering affecting ·
lieu-tions [OY m€mbOl`Shil’ me *`€P"€‘ Y. W. C.   L€&d€l'Sl'Up OOO be ODD1`OOiOt€d OS O OOOOSSOYY my their Georgia representative for the hoot and ventilation.
SOHMMUOH ot the U¤lVO1`Sl*Y IO Ol`¢*l»O*`5'- -————-—- Juilct to 0ffiOlO¤CY· imd “’h5’· granting of scliolzirships available for L. Logan Lewis, secretary and pro-
"_t`“7*" PI`Olllll1C1`it CO·Gd&; have been elected FTO’]]] the bOgi1]11l1lg HIS zll'tlClG l`C- (hilt Ol‘gklHlZtLtlOH WRIS l`€jCCtCd UG- duction ]ug_ugg(;y (if the Cgypigy Eugi.
University Leads in to lend the  WV.   r\. for the follow- counts the story ofthe battle against cause of inability of the University mlgying gm-Domuon, Of New Yg1·]{v-tllg
“A . , G¤fi,, F Id mg Ygm'7 Mies UWB (il`Om“’OU» of soot in steam boilers up to the most at DYOSOIUZ tv gfallt SOhOlO¤`$hll’S OUP largest organization of its kind in the
merlca S 1 un GYN-lU£"m» l”`O*m“°’¤t m("“b€*` of the modern appliances available today. SW6 WO St?itO· world, spent the entire week working
""m°" (`1"SR· zm unumlg wcrkgr in The second zlrtltile, \\'hlGh HDDGHPS The advisability of moving the Uni- over the drawing board with the Se-
The_U1}1V°1’*>1tY Oi IfO¤*ll“kY dm M1 Tm1"Ol`*l*-l' OOi*V**»1<‘$· WO5 O1‘?€LOdl*l`OS‘ in the "Southern Engineer" printed in versity Cafeteria from the basement niors. giving lectures and laboratory
€”g““m}“°“‘$ wd "’Sm“u"YS m 1*0** Hmm; MISS Ij“l*‘ Nuke? Gt Beau? Atlanta. Gu., is a scientific discussion or the administration building to the tests on the problems of heat, venti-
mgton m CO“_L“b"mg to the A“{‘“" VlUO· “'H·$ <»1<><¤t¤UI€l- All 419 DIOUW itly discusses the practical l°tlGH'10(1`· glub room eau be established near it Dl‘GS1d€llt of tht? AD1€1'1Ci1H Bl’0'W€1`
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O·“i—fl· Hm "°“tm’“i’°“S 0* H·‘* Uh UOM ¤t¤¤t> HL the UIUVOWILY Ohd ot combining the indicator cards so as was digeusged and a cgmmittee was Company, Detroit, considered in the
Veisliy fwilllty MN *iUl’-ll‘l<‘d were former meniliers ol the X. W. C. to gave much ef the la,be·r ef ei·diiiai—y appointed to Estimate the Cost er nee- engineering profession one of the
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to $H’·)··m· A- C=*b’·'“·t· procedure. eggary imprevemeiite leading experts in fan engineering.