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LEXINGTON, KY., MARCH 1U 1921

Semi-Week- ly

DR. VANDERMEULEN

ARMY NEEDS COLLEGE
MEN TO FILL RANKS OF

Candidates To Be Chosen
for First and Second
Lieutenants.
FINAL EXAM. APRIL 25

"Life Service" Subject of Talk at
Hall, Sunday Evening

THREE SHORT PLAYS

DOPE IS DOPE

AT JOINT MEETING

A largo number of men and women
attended tho Joint mooting of tho Y.
VL C. A. and tho Y. M. C. A. at Patterson Hall, last Sunday oveping, to hear
president of
Dr. John Vandor-Mueletho Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Loulsvlllo.
His. subject was
"Life Service."
Dr. Vander-Muelesaid in his talk:
"Wo do not need more doctors,
lawyers or business men. Tho material elements have far outstripped
the moral and physical olements.
There never before was a day when so
few nion are turning toward tho ministry. In this hour of tho world's situation, what the world needs is to allow
tho moral and spiritual elements a
chance to catch up."
Tho meeting was led by Mary

AT LITTLE THEATRE

3G.
Centre,
Maver mado 21 points and "Bo"
mado 4.
Centre, 13 Kentucky, 20.
Mavor made 7 points nnd "Bo"
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Dope 41 divided by 13 equals
3 313. Twenty times 3 313 equals

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Harvard, 36.

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Information Can Bq Obtained at Any Military
Station.

, Compotltlvo examinations, under tho
direction of corps area commanders,
will bo hold April 25, 1921, to fill 2,585
vacancies, for tho most part in tho
'grades of' first and second lieutenants
in tho army. Prospective candidates
may obtain detailed information from
any military station.
There are more than 4,000 vacancies
in the commissioned personnel of the
army. When promotions under the reorganization law are completed, about
1,200 of these vacancies will be in tho
grade of first lieutenant and tho, remainder in the grade of second lieutenant. "While it is not proposed to fill
all vacancies at present, the necessity
for more officers for the army requires
that a part of them be filled without
delay.
The date announced is that of the
; final examination.. Prior to that date
applications must be submitted and
applicants must undergo a preliminary
examination. All applications are to
be received and acted upon by corps
area commanders, who are also
with conducting the prelimi, charged
nary and final examinations. Detailed
information concerning examinations
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pete with Record Holders
in Tomorrow's Contests.

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A squad of Kentucky men go to
Louisville tomorrow to compete in the
Amateur Athletic Union meet. Snyder,
Thornton, Clare, Wilhelm, Boyd and
Porter will run everything from the
hurdles to the mile.
This will bo a real test of what
they are able to do and they will get
a bit of dopo on "their chances for
copping off tho S. L. A. It. championship in this kind of outdoor sport.
BANKER
SPEAKS TO DELTASIGS
Mr. Charles E. Martin, of the Bank

CROSS UNO GREEDLE

REPRESENT KENTUCKY

Triangle Fraternity Conven
tion is Held at University of Illinois.
E. T. Cross and F. W. Creedle

re-

turned Sunday night from Champaign,
111., where they represented the Uni
versity of Kentucky chapter of Triangle Fraternity at the convention
held at the University of Illinois,
March 3, 4 and 5.
The Kentucky delegates report a
very busy three days with forty representatives present from the alumni and
five active, chapters of the Middle
West. The social side was not neglected, and such events as an initiation by the Illinois chapter and the
closing banquet, Saturday evening, at
the Hotal Iuman, served to relieve the
heavy business sessions. Prof. Ira O.
Baker, dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois, a
member of Triangle and a prominent
author on engineering subjects, wasi
the principal speaker at the farewell
banquet.
Tho next National Triangle convention goes to the University of Wisconsin chapter and will be held at
Madison. Prospects indicate that tho
Kentucky 'chapter will be the strongest contender for the honor of
the following year. I
A point worthy of note to Kentucky
fraternities which came to the delegates' attention while at Champaign,
is that at the University of Illinois
fifty fraternities own their houses and
take care of twelve hundred studenfs.
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Patrick

Vincent
ofl Commerce, addressed
the Delta
Speaks in Chapel
Sigma Pi fraternity o"h "Practical
Banking," fast Thursday evening. Besides tho active chapter, sevoral guests
A group of .musical numbers by
heard Mr. Martin's talk.
Mrs. Patrick, Drummond, and an oration by Patrick Vincent wore tho features of the chapel program, Tuesday.
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
Tho musical program was as follows: Two selections from "Tho InFriday, March 11
dian Love Lyrics,"
Interclass basketball game, SophRudolph's Song from "La
omores and Juniors, 4:30.
Puccini; "One Fine Day," from
Meeting of Patterson Literary SoMadame Butterfly, Puccini; and "Caro
ciety, Gym Building, 7:30.
Nome" from Rigolotto, Vordl. Loland
Plays given by Collego Club in
Snoddy was tho accompanist.
Little Theater, Friday evening.
"Tho Anglo-IrisControversy" was
For faculty' members
th'o subject of Vincent's oration. Vinand
towns-folk- .
cent is to represent Kentucky in tho
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Beginning of High School
Southern oratorical contest to bo hold
Association Tournament
In North Carolina, Friday. March 11,
In Gym.
and is to give tho
oration
Saturday, March 12- thore.
Second presentation of plays by
College Club, Saturday oven-inPRESIDENT McVEY TO SPEAK AT
For students.
ASHLAND BOYS' CONFERENCE
Track team participates in A. A.
U. moot, Loulsvlllo.
President Frnv l. McVovNwIU br
Sunday, March 13
Joint meeting Y. M. C. A. and Y. one of tho principal speakers at tho
Older Boys' Conference to bo hold In
W. C. A., Patterson Hall, G:30.
Ashland, tomorrow and Sunday,
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MAKE

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Tho Blue and White not only won
tho championship and scored tho most
points of any
more than Georgia, her next nearest
opponent, and forty-twmore than
Tech, third in line but she had three
men picked on the
team
by Ed Danforth.
The Team
King, Kentucky
Forward
Forward. . .Andorson, Georgia
Center
Adkins, Kentucky
Lavin, Kentucky
Guard
Gtfard
Roane, Tech
Hayden and Ridgoway were the men
left out. A number of papers tooted
Hayden up as the best player in the
tournament, and Jtidgeway is the best
standing guard most sport writers
ever saw. Anderson and Roane must
be some players, for we can hardly seo
how Hayden and Ridgeway could be
much better.
The
team'' is Kentucky's team all five men. Centre
has some good men but ours are
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Nearly All College Teams in

the South Have
Name.

Students of Southern universities
and colleges delight In attaching to
their football and baseball teams some
picturesque nicknames.
The reason
for some of these names is easily
fathomable, but for others can noE'be
determined, except that they have
been usd for years.
The list of nicknames and some of
the reasons for them include:
THE WILDCATS, UNIVERSITY OF
KENTUCKY.
The Praying Colonels, Centre
Danville, Ky., because they pray
before entering- contests and because
they come from Kentucky, whore colonels abound.
Tho Flying Cadets, Virginia Military'
Institute, Lexington, Va., because thoy
are military cadets and have a fast
team.
Tho Gonerals, Washington and Loo
University, Lexington, Va., because
their university Is named for G'onorals
Washington and Lee.
Tho Pioneers, Transylvania Collego,
Lexington, Ky., because Transylvania
isclaimed to bo tho oldest collego
west of tho Alloghanios. Tho Transyk
vanians are also callod Crimsons from
tho colors.
Tho Fighting Volunteers, University
of Tennessee, Knoxvillo, Tonn., because of tho title of tho Volunteer
State earned by Tennessee in tho
Mexican War.
Tho Commodoros, Vandorbilt University, Nashvlllo, Tonn., because
their institution was named after
Vandorbilt.
Tho Ilatchotitos, Goorgo Washing,
ton Unlvorsity, Washington, "D. C, because of the little episode Goorgo
Washington had with a hatchet and a
cherry tree according to popular
story.
Tho Indians, William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., because tho
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BASEBALL PRACTICE
STOLL FIELD HAS

Women Give
First Performance Tonight
of College

Friday and Saturday nights, throo
t
plays, written and dramatized
by members of tho Southern Association of Collego Women, will bo presented in the second performance on
tho Little Theater program for this
season. Tho first night 'is for faculty
and tho general public, and the second
for students.
Individual tickets may
bo bought at tho door either night.
"Uplift," written by Mrs. Isaboll
Hemenway, will be enacted by Miss
Simrall, Miss Jewell, Miss Willis, Miss
Sllngor and Roberta Lamport, Mr.' Sax
and Mr. Lcland.
Tho play "Hermitage," written and
arranged by Mrs. E. S. Goode, will be
presented by her with Miss Mary
Wood Brown and Miss Wherry.
Miss Simrall's play, "The Foo and
His Money," will be given by Kath-- ,
erine Conroy, Raymond Connell and
Preston Cherry.
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Tuesday-Frida- y

Dr. Tigert Receives Letters

From Rainey and
Sanford.

The following letters from the Athletic Councils of Centre and Georgia
have been received by Doctor Tigert,
president of the Athletic Council of
the University of Kentucky.
From Centre
My dear Dr. Tigert:
Will you
please accept for yourself, and convey
to Ihe athletic authorities, and to your
basketball team my most sincere congratulations for the splendid showing
which they have made? It is a source
of gratification to all of us that the
State University has achieved the
championship. I hope the good work
will go on.
With very best wishes, I am,
Very sincerely yours,
FRANK L, RAINEY.
From Georgia
Dear Dr. Tigert: I wish to congratulate you and the University of Kentucky in your splendid victory. It was
a hard contest, but played In a clean
manner. Our "boys speak In highest
praiso ot the personnel of your team
and of the good sportsmanship that
prevailed at all times. You have every
reason to be proud of the team that
represented the University of Kentucky at Atlanta.
Sincerely yours,

1 EARNEST

STARTED

Large Number of Aspirants
Are Out For the
Team.

FIRST GAME APRIL 2ND
Georgia Bulldogs Newcomer

on Wildcat

Baseball practfeo has started. There
was a full line of hopefuls out chucking tho ball around tho diamond, Monday afternoon and every day since
then that bunch has been growing in
numbers.
The batteries havo been
working for a month in the armory.
Coach Gill will arrive March 15 and
the process of elimination will start
Immediately. The first game of tho
year comes two weeks later, April 2,
with Georgetown, here.
Daddy Boles has a full schedule
made out, consisting of seventeen
games, eight of which are to be played
here.
The Schedule
April 2 Georgetown at Lexington.
April 5 Ky. Wesleyan at Lexington.
April 9 Michigan at Lexington.
April 13 Cincinnati at Lexington.
April 10 Cincinnati at Cincinnati.
April 23 Centre at Lexington.
April 29 Georgia at Lexington.
April 30 Georgia at Lexington.
May 3 Vanderbilt at Lexington.
May 4 Vanderbilt at Lexington.
May 13 Tennessee at Knoxville.
May 14 Tennessee at Knoxville.
May 16 Vanderbilt at Nashville.
May 17 Vanderbilt at Nashville.
May 21 Centre at Danville or Cincinnati at Cincinnati.
May 23 Ky. Wesleyan at
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Georgetown at Georgetown.

SCHOOL

BASKETBALL

TOURNAMENT OPENS TODAY

Best Teams of the State Are

Here for Annual
Contest.

The annual high school basketball
tournament of the State is to be held
in the gymnasium, today and Saturday. Teams from all parts of
are coming, and some of tho
best high school players' of their secS. V. SANFORD.
tions will be on the floor. Tho student
body will seo some of Kentucky's fuaction.
FACULTY pLUB TO GIVE ture stars Incontestants for first honors
Tho main
DANCE AT PATT HALL in tho meet are Manual, Clark County
High, Shepherdsvillo Montlcello,. LaThe following invitations have been grange and Owensboro. Lexington
High, champion of last year, was
Issued by .the Faculty Club:
eliminated in tho preliminaries held
THE FACULTY CLUB
In Winchester.
at Homo
Saturday Evening, March 12
8:00 to 12:00 O'clock
SIGMA NU WINS HARDEST
Dancing
Patterson Hall
FOUGHT GAME OF YEAR
Hosts
Sigma Nu. defeated Kappa Alpha
Miss Elcholborger, Chairman
Tuesday night in tho Gym. in one ot
Dean and Mrs. Cooper
Doctor and Mrs. Pryor
the hardest fought
Miss Cornell
games of tho year.
Miss Harrison
Tho contest was fast and exciting
Miss Croft
and tho outcome was not certain until
Miss Logan
r
(the final whistle.
Wnllaco was tho
Mr. Spears.
Mr. Rhonds
high point man for Sigma Nu and
Mr. Buchholt
Fuller and McCormick also played
Mr. Koilholz
good ball. Tho work of Wlthorspoon,
Mr. Hall
Tllton and Vanzant for Kappa Alpha
was of varsity callbor.
TRIANGLE OPEN TO ALL
NEERS
McVEY AT JOINT MEET
Tho Unlvorsity of Kentucky chapter
of Triangle fraternity announces that
Dr. Frank. L. McVoy will bo tho
Triangle is a fraternity of all engi- speaker at tho joint mooting of the
neers and not a fraternity of civil Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., Sunday
engineers only, as formerly.
night, March 13, ar Patterson Hall.
the-Stat-

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A STUDENT COUNCIL

Tho crises which have arisen on
Kentucky's campus during the last few
days show plainly the need of some
sort of an official student organization,
representing the student body which
can, in student dealings with the faculty, speak for the students and make
plain the position of the student body
on various questions affecting student
interests which are constantly
Such an organization could
present to tho proper authorities all
student questions and grievances and
clear up many of the difficulties which
are daily perplexing different members
of the student body.

Present methods of dealing with
student discipline have created a feeling of antagonism in many quarters.
Much ill will has been aroused in cases
where friction has resulted either from
the failure of the faculty to present its
side to the student body for judgment
,,orvconsideration or from the inability
through lack of spokesmen of the stu-- ,
dent body to lay before the faculty its
point of view.
With an active' representative student council these conditions automatically cease to exist. Such a council
could not only adequately and autlfor-itlvelrepresent student interests in
all matters of discipline, but it could
also become a potential factor in creating sentiment in the student body
for an honor system and for other
needed reforms. It could foster a respect for University property, something long needed on the campus.
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LOST A revolver on tho Campus
last Friday night, tho property of the
Return to Dean
night watchman.
Melcher's office.
NICKNAMES

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HEALTH TALKS
In recent years

Published every Tuemlny and Friday during
the colleRlAto year.

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Washington, D. C.
Tho stato universities without nicknames usually aro called by tholr
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The Gamecocks, University of South
Carolina, Columbia, S. C.
The Horned Frogs, Texas Christian
University.
The Tigers, Georgetown University,
Georgetown, Ky.
The Bulldogs, University of Georgia,
Athens, Ga.
The Spiders, University of Richmond, Richmond, Va.
The Gobblers, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute, Blacksburg, Va.
Tho Jackrabbits, Emory anil Henry
College, Emory, Va.
Tho Yellow Jackets, Hampdon-Sid-neCollege, Hampden-Sidney- ,
Va.
Tho Stormy Petrols, Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Ga.
Tho Tigers, University of the South,
Sowaneo, Tenn.
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Thq Moccasins, University of Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn.
President McVey would bo more
Tho denominational
institutions'
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the name of
the Senior class to confer on the im- their religion:
mediate organization of a student
Presbyterian
Tho Presbyterians,
council, and The Kernel recommends College of South Carolina, Clinton,
that the president of the Senior class South Carolina.
Tho Methodists, Trinity College,
lose no tlmo in embracing this
Durham, N. C.
Tho Baptists, Mercer University,

Tho Jlaflnosquo Botany Club mot,
Inst Wednesday, February 23, In tho
botany lecturo room In Whlto Hall,
nnd tho ofneors for this term wero
elected as follows: W. A. Anderson,
president;
Margaret Parrlsh,
Young Shousc, secretary-treasureReady to Oblige Husband (angrily)
A commlttco wns nppolntcd
"What I no supper ready? This Is tho'
to propnro a now constitution by tho
going to a rcstnurant."
ncrft mooting for tho consideration of limit! I'm
Wife "Walt just flvo minutes."
tho society.
Husband "Will it bo ready then?"
Wife "No, but thon I'll go with
FOUND Beaver collar during regyou." Houston Post.
istration. Call Registrar's ofilco.

the aim of education
been moro toward tho
dovolopmont of man; slowly bending
away from tho old straight path,
learning to Include in its broader
meaning the social, itho physical and
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the spiritual .
,
An ndvanco in his direction wns
mado by tho University of Kentucky
this year, by establishing a depart
ment of Hygiono and increasing ,tho
dispensary Borvico to full time. Tho
Inrge colleges of tho country havo
practically all ndopted this phase of
Tho women of the Unlvorslty aro not
active student welfare. Some havo to enrich himself nnd attain tho
training which tho University without a representative In "Who's
tholr own hospital or Infirmary build
Who In America." This place Is filled
Ings and a staff of physicians, spec offers.
by Miss Simrall, Dean of Women.
A. Q. IRELAND, M. D.
inlists nnd nurses; others' on a smaller
scale attempt only tho dispensary
service. But nearly all require a
thorough physical and medical exami
nation, thereby establishing a basis on
which to advise tho student in matters
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In other words, is still growing, .which
means that muscles, organs, brain,
eyes are still adapting themselves to
tho strain demanded of them, and this
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The yalue of bringing to one the
knowledge by which he may better develop the body, is unlimited and surely
one which should embrace the earnest
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institution was founded back in Indian
times.
The Plainsmen, Alabama Polytechnic Institue, Auburn, Ala., because tho
institute is situated on the plains of
Alabama.
The Hilltoppers, Georgetown University, Washington, D. C, because
the university stands on the top of a
hill.
The Golden Tornado, Georgia PolyLEAVE YOUR FILMS FOR
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of the swiftness of its team and Its
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The Purple Hurricane, Furm'an UniENLARGING
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its university colors and its fast team.
The Crimson Tide, University of
Matthew A. Mangione
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the faith in its team's
its colors and
strength; also called the Thin Red
Progressive Shoe Shop
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Lexington, Kentucky.
The Maroons, Mississippi A. and M.
College, Agriculture College, Miss., because of its colors.
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the following list:
The Tigers, Clemson College, Clem-son- , Shave
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his presents back when you broko
tho engagement?"
Marjorlo "Of courso not. Did you
send back tho stiver cups you had
won when you resigned from tho golf
club?" Now York Sun.

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Thoro aro two kinds of kisses: Tho
first is tho auditory kiss, or when two
girls kiss each other sounds like an
explosion. Tho second kind is
tho masculine sldo of tho affair. 'Tis not heard. Did that ever
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Dues to the Association, $2 a year, include subscription to The
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Augustus Montillraon Klrby, '07, Is
manager of the Standnrd Oil Company, of Now York branch, at Saigon,
air. 'Klrby, whoso homo
Is at Dutlor, Kentucky, graduated
from the College of Arts and Sciences
and when tho war broke out venllsted
In the army as a private, later becomIn his leting a Second Lieutenant
to the Alumni Secretary, Mr. Klrter
by says that ho Is In one of tho wildest
sections of China and that It Is
a hunter's paradise. Ho says
Hhat there aro numberless multitudes
of all kinds of wild animals and fowl,
including pheasant, wild chicken, quail,
deer, panther, itlger and elephant.
Class '91
V. E. Muncy, '91, Is with the Ohio
Mechanics' Institute at Cincinnati.
Indo-Chln-

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DEPARTMENTAL
By Arthur

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L. Hodges

Class '10
Shelby Shnnklin, B. M. E
been spending tho winter In
Florida.
Class '12
Roports from New York stato that
two members of tho class of '12 were
at tho Alumni Club luncheon, which
was hold in honor of Herbert Graham,
secrotary and treasurer of tho Alumni
Association, on March 3. Thesd men
wore James TLowo and James Ray
Duncan. "Herb" carried all news of
tho Alma Mator to Now York, and tho
old Wildcat spirit was revived by tho
alumni at every turn.
Other members of the class of U.2
who aro in New York are Jake Geiser,
Dorrll Hart and Jt. Leslie Jones.
Class '17
W. W. Owsley, '17, is manager of
tho Marlon Lumber Company at Lebanon, Ky.
Clear-wato-

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Ho married a brunette
Is a blonde she dyed.

Ra-de- r,

Mistaken Identity Lightning knoc'k-, ed over throe men who were sitting on
store ye, boxes 'In front of Sawyer's
sterday. One of them was knocked
senseless; tho other two exclaimed,
"Leggo! I'm comln' right home."
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LEONARD

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but now she

Lexington Laundry Co.
Dry Cleaning

The cost of writing paper is always
stationery.
It takes bull to elevate tho stock
market, but a mouse can make dress
goods go up.

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2.' The scholastic standing and ability of

one of the best programs of tho year,
The situation In
Greece was discussed by V. C. Swear-ingeR. A. Logan very ably related
the condition of affairs in Ireland In
a talk, "England's Clemency." John
L. Hays gave a most interesting dis- play of mountain eloquence in a humorous sermon. The last on the pro-- .
gram was a talk, "Tho Mountains as I
Know Them," was given by Ben
from Jackson, Ky., who told in a
very attractive fashion some of the
failings as well as the virtues of tho
mountaineers.

Just

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For a college education, there are five things to be
taken into consideration:

last Friday night.

AMUSEMENT

LEXINGTON'S

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Girls, tako notice! Years ago a lady
would bow to a man, recognizing him,
then ho would speak. This custom has
como down to us today, and If tho boys
don't speak to you, don't say thoy'ro
conceited. It Is your place to speak
first. Tako heed, madam, tako heed I

PATTERSON

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In Selecting a University

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White Mathematics Club met at
Doctor
3:30, Wednesday afternoon.
LeSturgeon spoke on "Stleltjes Integrals and Linear Functlonals."

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UNIVER8ITY OF KENTUCKY

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You Are Saving.

.the Teaching Staff.

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3.

The location and advantages of
vironment.

4.

Equipment,
buildings,
and libraries.

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laboratories

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In all these respects the University of Kentucky commends itself to those seeking a higlier institution in which
to carry on their education.
All Departments, including Liberal Arts, Sciences,
Agriculture, Law, Education, Mining, Civil, Electrical and
Mechanical Engineering.
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The Government needs trained men and women:
training will bring the result.
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University of Kentucky

Lexington, Ky.

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for appointment aro contained in regulations now being distributed and application blanks may bo obtained at
any military post or station. Applications should bo submitted by tho applicant at tho nearest military post or
station.
It is contemplated that successful
candidates will bo announcpd and appointed or nominated for appointment
about two months after tho examination. Candidates attondlng colleges
will havo tho opportunity to complete
the present school year before they
recolvo appointments.
All successful candidates will bo
In tho order of merit as detor- mined by tho final examinations and
will bo selected for tho army In such
order. They will also bo placod on
tho promotion list in bucIi order
oSl regard to tho branch of tho army
In which appointed. Thoso candidates
who attain tho highest marks on ex
amination will, therefore, have priority
in advancomout to tho vacancies existCandidates
ing as first lieutenants.
should consult tho regulations which
are being sent to all military posts
and stations for full information about
the examinations and appointments.

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offers to the students of the University a complete
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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
COMPETITIVE DRILL
TO BE HELD SOON

Hoover Sends Thanks
to Our Student Body

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JUST JARGON
By "Jessie"

James

tentatively planned to
THE CHALLENGE
hold a competitive drill, Saturday,
May 14. The exact dato will bo
cod definitely soon.
All com- Joss, your pardon I Implore,
"ISvory dog must havo Its day";
panies will take part In the drill.
Go on now and havo your say,
There will also be Individual
Such easy style could not bore.

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Tho "following Ibttor has hecn received hy Mr. Peak from Herbert
Hoover In acknowledgement- of his
first check covering tho subscriptions
of (he Kentucky student body to tho
Kur6pean Relief Drive:
Mr. Bart N. Peak,
Gen. Secy., Y. M. C. A.,
University of Kentucky,
Lexington, Ky.
My dear Mr. Peak:
Your check for $500 as a contribution from tho University of Kentucky
to bo applied to the European Student
Relief Fund, has been received.
Will you kindly express to those
who shared in this contribution, my
appreciation and that of tho officers
of tho American Relief Administration
for their interest and help In this
cause.
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Very Sincerely yours,
HERBERT HOOVER

FROSH

DEFEAT SENIORS
CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLE

CLUB

ASSEMBLY

DANCE

IN

Tho Frbsh defeated tho Seniors for
the class championship of tho University Wednesday uftornoon In tho Gym.
hy a score of 17 to 14.
Tho game was closo throughout' and
an extra period had to bo added to tho
contest to dcoido tho victors.
Th