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The summer School of the Univer- Radi? telegmphers and Gléctricwills EaccaIau,,5;gGSi?nTén at WOOd_ The SGGUOHS and branches of The The Henry Clay Law Society, COI.
sity Of Kentucky wm be in Session are being developed at the University land Audit0rium_Sunday’ June 2, American Society of Mechanical En- lege of Law, University of Kentucky,
June 17 to July 28, a period of six 0f Kentucky as a part of the train- 2 _ _ gineers have an o ortunit to ac- will resent a service fla t li l-
_ _ _ P M _ DD Y p g 0 t e C0
Weeks. The work 15d delsiened Yi)? ing of the 110 soldiers in service at l General Class Reunli0ns——M0ns coniplish a real service to the country lege, with a star for every man m the
?€“c*}€’_·’· Sutdenm an _t_1°S9 SQ? " Camp Buell. The men go to the Uni— daY¤ Ju”° 3- _ by taking prompt acti·on in getting service who has ever attended the
mg information and training. With _ _ Class Day EXe,.c,SeS_-I-uesday _ _ _
.   _ . _ _ versity daily and assemble for class ’ tho industries to co-operate \V1t]1 the College. The list is as yet incom-
the instruction are to be given a num , June 4, 10 A. M. . .
bm. Of Special fmtur€S_ The Cum-G work, hearing lectures on the funda— Installation of President F_ L_ universities, colleges and technical P1€t€· _b¤t 111 all D1`0b8bU1tY the Dum-
plaut or the University, including mentals of electricity, and receiving Mcv€y..·ruesday, June 4, 5 p_ M_ schools in utilizing the great woman- ber will be 20O·
laboratories, libraries and building, IS practical instruction in assigned _p.—esentat;°n gf Joseph picker power of the United States by edu- John S- Sh€¥'W00d» Cyuthiaila, has
available for use. _ Work portrait-Tuesday, June 4, 4 p, M, eating them through short intensive gone to Fort Grant, Ill., toattend the
No entrance examination is r€qU11‘· , President MoVey’s Reception- COHTSBS Of Study as Sgt forth in the fourth Officers’ Trainin Cam
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gd for admission, but 1nStruGt01‘S Thlfti Of the men Mig em`°u€d as Tuesday, Ju,-,6 4, 4:30 p_ M_ following resolutions, adopted by the Chas S Ramsey Sgbme has r€_
must be consulted COHCQTUIUS DF€1‘€· Glecmcmus Wm am heme t&u§ht all Graduation Exe;-C;s€s-wednes. Detroit section of the American So- Ortedét hm Navaf Tmmi ’ Stun
quigite preparation for some c0u1‘S€S- kinds of electric wiring. As a test day, Jung 5, 11 A_ .|v|_ ciety of Mechanical Engineering S0- gt Great Lakes H1 ng Ou
Students who have tfullu gntrallcé 0; theiruknowledge of electric wiring Ammn; |__unchg0n-WgdngS_day' ciety in joint session May 3, 1918, Morgan AtchiS0D' Owingsvme has
credit to the Universi y wi e g1V€H t ey wi be required to wire a house Annual Meeting Ammn; Assoc;- which are reproduced here in the . . ’ ’
credit toward degrees in college w0l’k· the shop men will build. at;0n_wedneSday, Jung 5, 3 p_ M_ · hope that papers of the State will JOEISSS ug Igzisker Auburn ha been
Four semester credits will he g1V€11 f01` Eighty men are studying radio teleg- June 5, 1:30 p_ M_ give them wider circulation. Ordemé té report 'to Cam ’ Taslbr
OHS double Course conslstmg of two mphy and at PTBSBM are devoting   "Whereas, the demands ofthe coun- E E Ha d S b I3 ySh`
hours a day for the session. TWO their attention to learning the Conti- try for men and means t·o iight the Wood   SrP21’ Sega geek) ' S` d in
semester credits will be given for 21 nental Code. They will ·be trained w'ar has resulted in a denciency of L N’ til `tt il ¥’ tee rei? an '
single course, one hour a day f01' th€ to efficiency in receiving or sending COMMENCEMENT OPENS skilled workers in the trades and pro- Céssfgi cu ’ d   ug O? kav? Suc-
session. N0 student will be allowed — 20 words a. minute. The more pro- WITH BACCALAUREATE fessions, and ammatigupasse 8 BH uc Y bar ex`
to take more than six semester cred- iicient of the class will be given in- -·—; "\Vhereas, the women of this coun- ' I
its. · struction in wireless telegraphy be-` Examinations were completed at try could, with a short period ot train-
Exceptional `advantagcs WiU_b€ g1V· fore the work is completed. the University of Kentucky Friday, ing, iit themselves to fill these posi- UNIVERSITY WOMEN
en to Stud€HtS Wh0 31`G Qualified to Professor E. C. Freeman is in gG11· May 31. Commencement week will tions, as women have done in other DELEGATES T0 Y. W. C. A.
teach Ag1‘iQl1l¤¤‘6 aud V0f>atl0¤al @(1* eral charge of the work. open with the baccalaureate sermon c·ountries at war; and —·-— -
ucation U¤d€i` the D1`0V1S10¤S O'? th'? ——;i at Vvodland Auditorium, Sunday after- "Whereas, among the things which At a meeting of the Y, W, C, A_,
Smith-Huglies Act. Courses will be HQW UNIVERSITY HANDLES non, June 2, by the Rev. Charles R. women could do advantageously are held in Recreation Hall, at Patter-
offered in Agriwltilfal Ed¤€¤t10¤ ilnd UNCLE SAM’S MECHANIQS Walsh, Louisville, and will be con- drafting and tracing, inspection and son Hall, Sunday night, May 12, Mil-
in Educational Psycholcgy, wlllch T. eluded by the annual meeting of the testing of materials, both physically dred Graham, Louisville; Louise Will,
Will especially it SU1d€¤l§ fer the Ol" The necessity for auto repair men Alumni Association Vlfednesday after- and chemically; therefore, Louisville; Ruth Duckwall, Louisville;
ganization and p1‘eS€Dtat1011 ot V0€¤· and for Chaugeurs has been Gmphw noon, June 5, "ReS0lVed, that the universities, COI- Mary Beal], Louisville; Nell Crain, Pa,
tional Work 111 th€ high $@10015 of Sized by the Government ju planning The Commencement Exercises will leges and technical schools through- ducah; Eliza Clay Mason, Paris;
ih<> Siem- _ _ _ practical and technical training for be held Wednesday morning in a out the land be asked to consider the Marie Collins, Paris, and Elizabeth
W01‘k has b6€H D1‘¤V1d¤d m Pmctb men at Camp Bu€u_ T\`vO hundred large tent in front of the Ad1ninistra— question of meeting this demand by Kraft, Louisville, were elected dele-
cally all the C<>ll<·>gGS ¤¤d‘ <}6D¤_Ftm€¤t§ and twenty men report to the Univer- tion building, at which time 119 men providing special courses of instruc- gates to attend the conference for Y.
{ of W6 U¤1V€FS1tY· _C°uY$€S_ m [}§"`l‘ sity gf Kentucky daily to receive, in- and women will be graduated from tion, open to women students quali- W. C, A. workers or the colleges or the
culture and Y0€¤U0¤¤l ]¤d¤€¤U0H· struction in this une Of Xvcrk under the College of Arts and Science, Me- lied to pursue such courses; and fur- Southern and Southeastern fields, to ·
Home ILQDHOHUCS. BBC1 C1`0S$y FOOYI the genera] direction Og prop L_ K_ Cllanical. Electrical and Civil Engill- ther, , be held at Blue Ridge, N, Cn June
COHSGYVZMGH, E¥fD€F1}¤€¤ml PSY¢h01‘ Frankel, with _y_ _y_ Curtis, lecturer, eering, Agriculture and Law. Both "Res0lved, that employers who 4-14. In the event that any of the
. OSY, and Ed¤¤¤¤¤¤» including M?’}ml and lou practical men as mSu·uctoyS_ the junior and senior classes of the could use such skilled help exert above mentioned girls should not be
Tests and M0¤S¤}`§m€¤tS»_A`H:i&téCS» Chemistry. };hYSiC;· I?/{ISQOYY Compmtgly equipped Shop yvith ma- of Kentucky Experiment Station will who are as eager and willing to serve —  V
an +conomy, ncien an o ern .   . t . ( 4. · · U · t tl ·. . 1. _
I anguqgcq `vill be Offgrgd ghlngry   ]·gI?gu1ng_ Th? Sgcplong 'l¥)p€¢1I' 'lt COD.llI`1QI1CBl1l€]ll', €\€I`ClS€S ll] I€ll"f`3OU·l1 Ty 21S 1611 blOtl1€l‘s, HIE B       b
* · · ·_ ’ _ ‘ are subdivided into four units, with a Cells and g0“¤S- [`UOSd¤Y WIU U6 bY blmgmg abmit 110t OHIY 1¤€i`€&S€d
. wai eature in the summer . . .. e - . -,   · - . WILL D0 THIS SUMMER
As TP f H S _ P1 foreman lu Charge Og ggghr whlle 3 class day and will hold the attention effectiveness in prosecuting the wai
Scholl there Wi be Coumes ul - WS` units are in the Shops the fourth is of the student body for the entire but also a greater mutual respect and ` . . .
ical E_d“°“ti°u and &thl€U°S’ m base learning to drive and adjust mgielqiuee morning. saner relationship of our men and W1‘;m;x;§ ET£gsrS1;§1_$§a;{;u§:c;y  
bal], toot ball alldl school l'C‘OlH SYD? The time Of training is fron] 8 A. M- Thg fgrrngl installation Of Dr_ W~O11l€I1.” Sulxlmgr aI_€_ g Y
nastics. I I _ ` to 5 p_ Mw with OHS hom. for lecture Frank L. MoVey as president of the These resolutions have been sent Mqry Bgail Mt Sterling who is
Courses odsred m the Mlhmly D6' and Onghalf hom- for qujzzmg Thg University will be held Tuesday after- to the University of Kentucky and Comiuctm a ’c1aSé in Ei lit Wgeli
DaI`tm€Ht will DG mwmged tv meet rgmaindgr of the tjmg is given to non. Charles R. Brock. of Denver, it is D1`0bHbl€ that the UI1iV€1‘SifY g - g
the needs of two Cmssgs. First of _ _   ,. _ _ Club work, which meets at Patter-
· · ·. · , pmlctlcal Work Colorado, representative Of the Alum- Will Off€1‘ U18 COUTSG Of 1HStI`I1Ct1OI`|. Sou HRH Ever Monda afternoon at
UIOSG lmV?iht1m°?l_i° mglstggam   The additional burden of 400 mon Hi ASSOCiati0n, will preside at the from June 10 to September 1()_ For 5 dclock Y Y
or more o e Illll ary cour s; , . · _ · , - ,, ·f ~ · ·
second those having time to devote has not interrupted the regular wor}, Alumni luncheon and annual meeting g ormatéon address the Registrar, Louise Mayer, Louisville, is Expect-
. 1* th .1., Curse L€S_ of the Umverslty but the hours lwve Ou Wgdnesdw ““‘"S‘ Y Of Kentucky mg to spend me summer as emer-
ennre Yun;) Q ml   clch fér men been fitted in to suit those of the class-  ; ggncy county agent in Hardin County
isushgv1mm;§;’€;wic€¥°I`V0rk in in- es and students have gone on in the DICKER, PORTRAIT TO BE HYOU NEVER CAN TELL" virginia Helm Milner, Union Star,
fautry drm_ military Siéualmg_ radio iami E/ay Whig thtgdigeaclilug sltaff PRESENTEI) ON JUNE 4 GIVEN BY PHILOSOPHIANS and Virginia, Croft, Louisville, intend
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telcgmphy. and manual for mm_COm_ Y H —— to teach dur1ng the summer months
. . ' . .  i· The regard and affection of the SIIBWS You Never Can Tel1," was at the ping Mountain S ttleme t
_’;f1S‘°§§§hg“g’j{jBd?‘Sggfjjtry °" “‘° scHnDU1.n onsnavmn BY alumni of the University of Kentucky presented by me Philosophian sway Sami. G H
F; complete informationand folder BUELL TRAINING- CAMP for Joseph Dicker, who until his of the U¤iV€i`SiliY of K€¤tl1€kY at tha Elizabeth McGowan will return to
describing the work of mak Summer l ·———— · death last fall, was foreman of the Lexington OP€I`¤· H0¤S€» ti? 8· VQTY her home at Bagdad, Ky., to organize
School address the Registrar of the The daily life of the 400 soldiers forge room of the College of Mechan1— large 3ud1€UC€ and Was T`€0¢‘>1V€d With ‘a, Red Cross Unit,
Umvergityl at Camp Buell begins at 5:20 A. M. cal and Electrical Engineering, has great a·PDT€€iati0¤· Ml”S· SSJUG B¤I· Marie Collins, of North Middleton,
Community Singing will be Conducb and closes at 10:30 P. M. The 17 been shown. by the presentation of a. lock Cave directed the rehearsals, will enter the Red Cross Training
ed by Peter W Dykem of the Um hours am 10 minutes me made to use size portrait or Mr. picker to The Philosophian is one of the old- class at the University or Cincinnati.
versity of Wiscépsm Ddring the S60 cover a wide iield of work. Twenty- the University by the alumni. Est Organizations U1 thi? UI1iV€1`Sit'Y» Eliza Piggott, Irlington, will enter
ond week, fOm_‘wm_` lectures will bg five men have been dismissed from Charles Strauss, L. K, Frankelrancl afld its m€mb€!`ShiD is C0mDOS€d of the Red Cross Training Class og In-
given by President Frank L' Mcveyl camp because they were uniit physi- J. D. Turner composed the committee girls- The Play €0¤t¤m€d 111*119 char- dianapolis, Ind.
Special lectures in Law Wm be given cally forlfhe strenuous training,. onnproeuring the portrait, which was acéegg whisk lT€1`9 DI3Y9d by Si1`1S: Doris Jennings, Murray, will spend
by E. Marion Rucker, United States ile Sc edue for Camp Buell 1s. painted by Ferdinand Walker, of ' GELS Q was composed of Miss the Summer in demonstration Work
Assistant Attorney Washington D C 5: 20 A. ]\[,—E`11`St call. Louisville, and will be presented by Eliza SDUI'I`1€1`» MISS Fi`1€d6· I-·€¤1011, for the Ohio Pure Aluminium Com-
OH July 15 zmd`1’6 the Elsi€’Hém; 5:30—Reveille. J. L. Lyle., of‘New York, Tuesday MBS Bertha MiU€l`» Miss Virginia DPHY.
don Kearns pmycrgwm appear in ZL 5:45—lireak1‘ast. r afternoon, June 4. The picture will Hélm Milne?. Miss Elizabeth Mc· —-  °
Series OE Shakespeare and MOHHQ Ou   bf hung Iinuthe senior room in Me- grgfgzgl l\£‘?S;SF-I‘$;u§\;I;lY€1ifi Miss   40 CAMP BUELL MEN
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19 uncmly Crlmpus 7:45—Formation for class, ——  Louise Will, Miss Bernice Young, LEARNING CARPENTRY
8:00-11;45—-Classes, UNIVERSITY TEACHER TO Miss Virginia Croft Miss Lucy Cra- Thg fort .
_ ’ y men of Cam Buell who
SEVEN·1§§1§Ig§§I§q§h§é’%AMP i})¤gg—g9rm¤¤¤¤ for camp- eo AT orion: TO FRANCE °*°“· com daily to are Simpspof are Ms-
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The fouowhx Senior left LOU P· M-—F01`m€1U011 for class. Mary E. Sweeney, head of the De- UNIVERSITY MAN WINS Universjgly of Kentucky, put in an
H _ X __ el · I · t S 1·15·5·00—Cl%SS€S- pertinent of Home Economics. Uni- ORATORIGAL CONTEST hour a day in lecture work and the
*9 U*l""~““Y est Week to attend 5?00—F0¥`m8·U0H f01’ Camp- versity of Kentucky, with her sis-   renminiwr six and one-halt lo ‘· ‘
the Oflice1·s’ Training Camp: Harry 5;15-3jck can tg. M·. S l· S , .· . . ( 7 ` ` . °. 1 ms m
M1 Y _] _P ‘ _ _ · 1, iss uns une xxeeney, mill Edward S. Dabney, Hopkinsville, carpenterwg; under direction of Jack
ivan, Til oid WVIISOII, D. R. Ellis, 5;15.5;55—])p1]]_ lmvg the Gm.] wt f J f , I - ._ _ ._ _   , .
J S Sherwood H M Henry C W 6.00 Rt t y pc o une .0r non tie annual intercollegiate oiator- Dicker. M1. Diclier started with a
C.(mém'm ' 1   B. F'. I , . · V. r— e rea . France, to enter the canteen service. ical contest at Morrison Chapel, Tran- series of fundamental designs in
'xvilszm ·g;:Cl_w·OOi 'U?5 ixliq VG tt 0;l‘0—Sl1DD€1‘. ·Miss sweeuey was chosen from a sylvania C%llege. wood work and later will take up
the HAH g,r;LdG Cum; lu; Cimipl sgml; §l6?Q——lJri`ghts out. list of more than 70i) specially trained The speakers, their college and sub- more complicated work. At present
dm mmniq Hcmv Wmit to Cm] .¤0—· aps. · · women, with l1er s1ster, who is also jects were: H. Martin, Berea College, the more advanced ones are making
L·M~ wr hill -t0 qitend th   is Saturday, 6.15-7.15 — Preparation prepared for the service. She has "Prison Reform;" C. B. Mullins, tables, boxes, stools and screen
cchil O§iCG;`;’ RGQGWB Cqmi JG; - for·1nIspect1on. · been ordered to obtain passports and Georgetown College, "The challenge;" frames for the ca1np. Before finish-
htm Eivm moihilbl`; lc   ' l. 1 O3? ¢.1a—InSpect10n.' prepare for unniediate service. A. H. Barber, Center College, "A Fore- ing the course they will build a frame
mgtel t Smm; C. at 1{i:tsHg1ie