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I March 15, 1918 , LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Vol. I. No. 5 i
President Frank L. Q\Ic"Vey, Univer- Captain H. N. Royden, comiiiaudnnt Captain H. N. Riyden, Coinmsndant Prentice Slade, formerly an Arts The University of Kentucky has
sity of Kentucky, line; been ;t1ivi:;c~:i iiuiversity of Kentucky, has received University of Kelttucky, has just re- and Science student in the University bagu advised that welmm Work with ~_
that Mrs. Eaiary C. (`. iBr:xdioi·.i, pro.»i— oi`i'i;:i:il notice from the War Depart- ccived from the War Department thru of Kentucky, iuajorirw in journalism, _ _ _ . _. T _ . _'
dent of thc National l]du:;e.ii<>n .»\.sso— lllOll;tilLlY,1llG1Ql enrolled in the Reserve the Department (!ua1‘ternInstel‘, Cen- but now a volunteer gtudeiit iu naval Sfhml (ilulflwn (hull]? “mu5nC vas
ciation, has proposed ;·. ]`1l`(}§’Q]`iUl1 for ()ificors’ Training Corps are not ex— trzil lleparriuent, Chicago, lllinois, the aviation, in on a visit to his home in dlscusscd m the Rational kducatmu
better rural Schools and is asking Fed- empt from draft thru the local boards. following information: Lexington and expects to leave March ASSOCMUOI1 (`011Y€1`€1l€€ held ill At-
eral aid to the extent ot 5§s140,000,0i:0. This question has puzzled the local "\\/ith I-Gygmucg LO yOm· estimate gf 18 to report for further study at Mas- lantic City. Several educators oi na-
Tlle prog;-nm is to he carried out, U<>=li`@ wld 1`€€I'“m¤g Omcw`5 since the funds dated February 20, 1918, 1‘€· officers of the Re- 5@1`Vi°€· rural brother' were discussed by DOC- .
the Federal Governrneut spend as "Iu view of the fact that members serve O1ti»::ers’ Training Corps will re- M1`. Slade Wrote for the Brooklyn mr Smggnt and DIV rlhomas D· `V00d»
much as the State Government to i1n— of these units are not obligated to ac- ceive their first three nionths’ pay and EHSIG 2111d f01‘ the Providence Daily Professor of Physical Education at
. prove rural schools. cept commissions in the reserve corps that the {clothing company that sup- J0u*'¤¤I» While U1 Camp- HG was d€· Columbia University. Dr, Dudley sai--
It provides that it Shall not go mw upon completion of the prescribed plied uniforms for the battalion will t¤0h@d f1`0I11 active S€1‘ViCe January gent of Harvard University S&id_
aged until Jung 1921, prgpgging that course," the memorandum said, "tl1ey receive pay for them. Of the total 5 andrthen went to Dayton, Ohio, to HAH one who I S re d P ' t
in the mgawgumg uu-gg years the cannot be held to be enlisted in the amount, $4,508 is required to pay for Work in an aeroplane factory. While Y _ M 3 YOVOS
United States Bureau of Education service and are consequently not en- the 322 uniforms and the balance, $1,— fhéré hé @00k advantage of Several MHTSIWI Genaml CI`°Wd€l"S 1`€€€¤t 1{9·
wage a Cguypgrign to educate [hg coun- titled to exemption or deferred c1assi· 091.40 is for commutation subsistence. 0_DD01'ii1111iti®S to enjoy flying as a civi- port, and noted that from twentydive ‘
try to the need of better rural schools. Ti€&ti0¤·" The officers of the Quartermaster han passengeh H8 goes tO_ Massa' to seventy-iive per cent. of our young ,..,1
lt proposes that Congress app1‘0pi‘iH.t9 This has been demOI1St1‘B.tBd lll tht} D€D&I`tI`I1€1'l.i.3I`€ Hlaklllg out UIG checks Chgsgtts to Study ground Work m Paval men were exempted from military
to the Bureau two hundred thousand case of Walter Piper, of Lexington, for the officers and immediately upon aviation ang }0 Weeks later will go Service on account Of h Sicar disa_ .
dollars to carry on this propaganda a junior in the College of Arts and receipt of the creditbalance will issue to S°m€ Fwmtlop S°hO°1_f‘{I` Hnah be' _ _ _ D _y
work The genérrrl Scheme is to r€_ Science, who was drafted and Sum_ the Chgcksr Captain Roydgn Said mr fore receiving his commission to go to b1l1t1€S and preventable diseases, can-
duce the number of rural schools in moned to appear for examination be- mediately thereafter they will prepare 1`mH°€· net IIGID having $01116 miseivine AS
the country by consolidation and to fore the local board. Being a mem- the second payroll of the Reserve Of- to the future of our country. If. the
provide each rural $011001 1`00H1 with ber of the Signal Corps of the Uni- iicers’ Training Corps to be submitted OLD UNIVERSITY MAN · · ·
_ obgect of education IS to prepare us ,
3. Dl‘0f€SSi0119·UY tI`3·1H6d €€&Ch€1`· versity, which is a branch of SOVGYH- to the Treasury Department not later IS CHASING SUBMARINES fo rf d I tl, k I 1 r H
It also DYODOSGS t1‘ai11€d TUT31 HUYSQS ment service, training men for special than March 31. _ 1; r_ 1 €’ an lm I may Sa) u_ a' I i
to look after the health and sanita- work, he was exempt from immediate ‘ L1€l1t€¤8·¤t J0}1¤ I- BYY3I1» 1895. fil- seriousness for U18 beftlé of hf€»
tion of their communities, also the Sgpvjgg and Ordered to finish his sem. mous in his day as a half-back on the yvhat a grave commentary upon our
establishing of libraries in rural com- gstgyis wm-k_ H8 now is 3, regular Sol- FULI6é'  llniversity of Kentucky football team, methods of preparation and our habits ~
munities with aid of Federal funds. dig;-Of the United States, drawing full 1S "S0m€Wh€1‘€ chasing Sl1bmariHeS." . . . . . .
_ _ ——— . . of working and 11vmg IS this large
; Mrs. Bradfordsuggests that the Gov- pay and also 3, reserve Soldier m spe- A full length portrait Of the mm A letter recently received by rho Uni- _ _ _ d
ernment give $5,000 to each county cia] training in the U¤iv€yS1ty_ JOSE h Dicker Su erintemdem Of versity gives some interesting ac- D€1'€€¤t¤g€ of PITYSICZLUY 1¤€3»D¤€1t¤t€
E which pledges $20,000 for the gregtiou Shu; University Ofp Kentucky has counts of the effective processes em- men.
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nfl? isblgllazined to consolidate rural PROMINENT STUDENTS b€€11 1`BG€iV<-ld andrplaoed in Mechani- p (giutglan?SB1_*;;(3n&;;;iu;i;gmimm More than niijy pgp f;B;;t_d0f our
' i schools each year until the present HONGRED BY Y- wr- C- A-   h}:r,;;pn;;1_£;;i; the College of Mechanical and Eiec· ggulgg U}B2_tmVB` eP`21Q]q£f·;ia§·§g;‘ r
two hundred and ten thousand are _ _ . “ ` . _ trical Engineering in the class of 1895 or ml 1 ery Serv CB W U 8 1°
reduced to seventy-nine thousand. The e¤¤¤a1¤1¤¤¤<>¤ of Officers of me was pamted by, Ii€rdmaud_ Qlaha}? and immediately after-xvard took the country is spending millions and mil-
’ — This consolidation would mean the Y- NV- C· Au Uuivcrsiwi of Kentucky §ga,g§;rL_L§fmE?ugiV;%;’ glggvéisglg gl t examination for U. S. Revenue Cutter lions at the training camps in trying ’
I saving of money to Spend en S¤h¤<>'1 was held S‘}“d””’ °""“‘“g at P?*m"` . y" . S€WiC€—Sw¤di¤g mh {OY the ¤PP°i¤t· to get those who have been accepted
? equipment and teachers’ salaries. The SGH H3·u· MISS Leleh Gaum p1`€Sld€H¥· FOHTM1 cgremmiy D}"GS€“Fmg this ment of ten vacancies from twenty- . . . .
_' minimum Salary proposed for teachers conducted the meeting until the unani- portrait to the ·UHlV€YS1tY will be held are Corrresrantsj U1 Ht €0¤ihtl?¤ to PBYYOTHJ the duties 7
is from $700 to $900 rr year Tlle mr mous election of the newrprlesident, some trme duringnrhe Commencement of a soldier, —
A nual salary of the average rural school Miss Mlldred GYaha·m· rLO“1SV1u€· week m J“D€· ghel port?/?1P   TQ' COMMITTEE APPOINTED FOR "'_`;*"`
teacher at present is $250. The following were elected to the garded by th°S~"’ lvm Ulelv *· 1°1*°I` SUMMER EMPLOYMENT WAR DHVIINISHES NUMBER, _
The program proposes a course in other offices; Miss Ruth Duokwall, best. as FL 1`€¤l¤Y1*aib1€11k€“€$S· ___ _ OF GRADUATES FOR 1918 4
rural education in every State Uni- Louisville, vicepresident; Miss Aus- +-——-——· On account or the very large de. - M
Y6I‘SitY, Agl‘iCl1ltl11‘&l College wld N01`- tin Lilly, Richmond. SBCFGULTYS MISS KELLY BACK TO RESUME niand for artisans and men trained Nmetytwo Smdgms are candidates
mal S¤h¤¤1· It proposes a Federal Elizabeth McGowan.Bae<1ed.treaS¤r€¤‘» HISTORY MAJOR STUDIES in engineering pursuits, President F. _ _ ,
Commissioner of Education to desig— and Mrigs Louisa Will, Louisville, an- ._;. L_ MCVGY, University Of Kentucky, has f01` gI`&dl1¤t10I1 with U18 class of 1918. r
uate certain such institutions each Dual member, As annual member, E_ E_ Kelly, gf `Nhitesvillg, who pe- appojntgd an Engjnggrug Employ. University of Kentucky, d1Vid€d as
year for such at course, increasing the Miss Will will have charge of the Hui- ceived an appointment to Annapolis ment Committee, consisting of Pro- follows: Arts and Science, 30; Me-
““‘“‘?‘*" °“h y"’*“`· Thm ‘“’p“""’d “°¤“°¤ °f the ““°° ·’”S°°m“°“S of New Sclml lest fm °¤ being i¤· MSM D— V- Tmelh A- L- Wilhoite eimicai and E1ectT¢Tca1m¤g1¤esTs,zo;
by mm must annually turn out not Transylvania, Georgetown and KGH- eligible for examination, has 1’Gtl11`116d and T. J. Barr. All students 01‘ grad- Agriculture, 18; Law, 12; Home Econo-
1685 than 100 t1`H1¤€d 1`HIPU t€¤0h¤l‘S tucky. to the University to major in history uates, looking for either summer em- mics, 6; Civil Engineers, 3; Mining, g_
who pledge themselves to teach m Last years officers werer Leleh in the couege or Arts and Science. pleyment or permanent location. The graduating class has become —
“"‘*‘* S°"°°‘$ *°" ailleast ““#"’€ y‘?"“S· G_=*““· ¥2’°Sid°¤i¥ Mmred G“““‘m· His bretlier. Arthur M· Kelly. a Hrst Siwuld apply te this G<>mmitf¤e as it smaller each year Since the beginning
These teacgers It they *`€*¥“’·m€d V1¢€·D1`€S1d€¤t§ Ruth Duckwall. s€c1`€‘ honor student of last June, from the already has OH file a large Dumber Og the war and the 1913 class is the
thmugh a m“B‘m0mh$’ mm] m the {MY; F1‘i€d=1L€m0¤» Previdence. U`€aS‘ University, is in the cavalry branch of requests for men. smallest Of the form In 1915 there _
whigs to yvhicg they wm`? assiggleg limi`: of the United States Army at Fort ---1-- warg 154 graduates; in 1916 there were
wou G receive tit 501;.0 ygear   err r Miss Graham has ch<>§e¤th1<;f<>11¤W· Leavenworth. WAR COMMITTEE IS 147; in 1917 there were 136. While
*;;*3}) ;"'°"‘m§“I{t$ dmin ra aryl ‘“$‘id“?“é“g°§; °f l;?"1;r’?‘(;’$"it· {°g”‘}“i —·—·—··- APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT there are 92 candidates for graduation
b d "°{; °. u Y wth °°a Ec Or M‘ _‘° ° “‘S· ·_ ‘ ,€r°‘r‘Qt* S°1‘ji*‘ LEADING SPEAKERS WILL _ —— this year, some may leave the insti-
°“§ rr f "}°"“"S;1 er “““‘ "’?d° S““"°"’i Mm B°‘*‘· S°°"*· lm ‘g‘ ADDRESS THE STUDENTS President Frank n Mcvey, Univer- tution berm June, but many or these
agm arrgr EEC {ers; E D an gov} es goth Irvmgtom ——-— SUZY of K€I1U1€kY,h9·S aDDOi11tGd 5 Ulli- will have made sufficient standing to
t at lgl c1°° S* Oumy gm]? ` C, H. Hurrey, Y. M. C. A. secretary versity War Committee composed of receive degrees.
tm-al ESWGEBS and Norma ?Ch0OlS {H LEWIS IS   for foreign students in Anlericau c0l· D1'. J. W. PI`yOl‘, ChB.lI'Hl8H, Captiiill H. -——-——————~
2::19 1;Er1;3iailli¥1ui?gE;S Ivizzhyeggi FOR NEW POWDER PROCESS leges, will address the students of the N. Royden, Dean iF. Paul Anderson, UNIVERSITY MAN HONORED
t _ _ _ f _ d _ "l" University of Kentucky at chapel Prof. George Roberts, Prof. Mary E. BY KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE .
:;‘;“;;‘Ovifggg;‘;;:";uu;’;al§;f°;;r§;“O;g A- T- L€WlS· class Of 1906» Couega Tuesday, March 19, and will visit all Sweeney, Prof. E. L. Gillis and Well- .__.
I ef M?e<=ha¤i¤¤1a¤dEl¤¤tri¤¤1E¤si¤¤€P· other educational institutions in the ington Patrick. The student repre- . -1 I g
5°hg“;d“““"S 1"€°‘g€d*° “"‘°h m rum ins- U¤iV¤rSiW Of K¤¤t¤¤kY Te m°m· state during the mouth. sentatives on the committee are D. 1gighI¥O?;?_;;hQtt?$2;iv1i1,.€'th; gills;-
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c 00 S gzilsiO?glgglglggg;;w;u§_;Ei?1i;11€§ Dr. R. A. Bennett, secretary of vo- gill? }?1m¤i;f?€»B;I`{lfgYdL L- W1;lS0Y§» ment of Journalism, University of
_ ’ ’ ` cational guidance and ministerial sup- exmg On? ISS rw a· gmam I`0V1‘ Kentucky, and until recently corres-
SE§II?rCR3r%§GS;,'I(;[ILArg1§(1a.¥l}gKY gmegrs mir shB_tBu?;§_° Err? C8m` ply for the Young Meu’s Christian d?nC€· and Miss Louise M&Yf’l`» L?uiS‘ pondent from Frankfort for the Lex-
p_zmy Qt ha _ F1 5f' Ougl 1B_ mu Association, will be in Lexington Sun· V1u€· The duty of the Commlttee IS to ington Leader, left Friday for Camp .
..., l`1°t`_A“` C_°“d‘P‘°“‘“g_C°mpa“y· ls the day, Monday and Tuesday, March 24- Consider the werk of the University Zachary Taylor, Louisville, as a mem-
k TiI;€c;‘E§£1€i‘;‘;1“s2‘@E;{§;‘x‘ Ln §°“g;‘i; €¤gm€<·>*` ldauuged rz¤tl1tS€;·=¥¤l» 1;*% ze, and will meet me students of the in WM m€¤S¤·1‘¢S· ber or Hospital Unit No. 40 under
lege or A 1_icurtm_G and ESM;] mil Dr Sm°l;9l€SS DEW G; P in SC Bmg “‘_ University. ———;··· Major David Barrow. Before leaving, ”
vision or ine Universit , S by FIB Du Ont Ow Br Ompany m H9 will hold Confemucgs wjtll tha ' ARNOLD H. WEBB MADE Mr. Marsh was honored by the Ken- ~
Y 01 KGINHGKY. various parts of the country. _ .
. . _ _ , , Y _ C_ A and y M_ C Su PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOLS tucky Legislature, whose lower house
that the regular bulletin [)llb1lSh€(l by My Lgw]5 lg responsible for rmpor- · W · · · A· Hday · .
. . .. . ‘ _ nd T Sd 1 rm d h . -———- passed resolutions commending his
me Exmuswn DWISIOIL devotes its mnt Changes made m the process Of Q uc a-y le XK a dress t 9 Sm Arnold H \Vebb of West Liberty atriotism and self-denial in surren-
¤¤ti¤`€ Splice to U18 SUDJGGL t0S€th€1‘ manufacturing smokeless powder, re- dent body m Chapel" ` ' ' D . . . . .
with the roclan1ation‘ssuel la t l ‘ ' · ' f fi -·T‘·‘*·**" ao Student Of the College Of Arts and dérmg ms pmfcssmnal posmon to of-
D 1 ( , S w€G{ dumng the tlmg Og Seasonlng rom' ve SCiG11CG, UI1lV€l`SltY of Kentucky, (:0111- fgp his Sgrvjcg to his (;()untry_
by Governor Stanley. The tact that months to forty-enght hours. BOLLING IN FOOD CONSERVATION. plated his Work as a major in History
the scarcity of seed corn seriously ......-7 . .. .
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g¤¤1=;t¤¤;tref<><>¤_¤¤gr>1vl1SfS¤¢{¤rt¤¤ STEWART ¤~LLT¤ T0 sTTv·¤T. M.-. T. E. B..TT...., .,....T..... of th. 2?....‘?.i i§ZiE.i.....°.E°i.?§L‘i.‘; Zfpéii. ""““‘S°" ..E"““S SE'"'°E
H le Irs page m am ace yD€· class of 1915 College of Mechanical horn he has also been appointed pas Cl ‘ "
_ _` _ _ _ I . .~ , - yde D. Harrison, of Lebanon, a. . _
lyNI_;`;ig;€O€é`Stgf   igatglglitllgltigriilgfl BY¤dY M- St°W3·Yt· Of Kewl. 6- Su; and Electrical Engineering, Universi- tor of the Hillsboro Baptist; Church. student in the College of Agriculture,
of farmer nd reed m n ‘ H d€{1t of th? C°l}°8€ of Arts an ty of Kentucky, is Chief Engineer for Roy C. Scott, who was Mr. Webb's University of Kentucky, joined the Q 
. the mcessita Of exlmustiiv ignsmby SCIGHCQT UmV°I`§1tY'°f Kentflckif who _the Drying Systems, Inc., of Chicago, predecessor as principal of Forks of Barrow hospital unit and left with ·
mm planting ‘ B S S Q` V0l}mt€€*`€d twlw fvr SQYVSE IP tim and is at present erecting a ten thous- Elkhorn schools, was also a history the 200 volunteers last Friday for
‘ _ _ _ United States 3fmY was ca Gd m tw and pound per day plant for the Cl1i~ major at the University and was grad- Camp Zachary Taylor. Harrison was I
The College of Agriculture will co- last draft and IS now a, mgmbg Og ~ - . .
_   _ _ ~ F cago market. This process 1S one of uated in 1917. He resigned to join a junior in the University and his leav-
operate w1th those desnmg informa, C D 12 3d Battalion 159 De O1; · · .
mm on how to mare these te t Ofnpa Y T T P the most important in the present plan Hospital Unit N0. 40, now at Camp ing the institution will necessarily .
‘ ‘ S S· Br1ga‘d8¤ C9·mP Zachary TaY1°*`· of food conservation. Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. postpone his graduation.