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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
University of Kentucky
No. 23

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, MARCH 15, 1917.

VOL IX
FIRST

TWO EDUCATORS ARE

AG. FACULTY

BASEBALL GAME

ON CHAPEL PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR MAR.

TEAM SHOWS UP WELL
The 1917 baseball season will open
March 26, when the Wildcats engage
in combat the strong team of Indiana
University.
Altho Coach Tuttle's
charges (have been greatly hampered
by the Inclemency of the spring
weather, they are fast getting into
shape and one can see them coltishly
prancing around on the green almost
men, both
any balmy day. Thirty-fiv- e
old and new, are fighting for positions
on the team, making
stops, and lambing the sphere to all
corners of the lot.
The squad is blessed with a good
McClelland,
supply of slab artists.
who broke his leg in the initial game
of last year, Cooper and Grubbs, who
bore the brunt of the burden, and
Lasley, McKinney and big Red Davbeing
idson, the three
novices as far as the varsity is con-

Speaker
"We are 'long distance' folk; for
isn't It true that most of us want
'long distance' to call us. Since it
isn't simple to catch the message
quickly, with steam up, toe ready when
the call comes," said Dr. Babcock,
dean of the College of Liberal Arts
and Sciences, when he addressed the
students of the University Tuesday
morning on "How Much Steam You
Have Up."

NOTABLE

HIT

-- RoomOnly"
H. C. of L. Causes Soy Beans "StandingWitnesses StrollCrowd
To Be Experimented
er Production
With as Food
ARE AT BEST
TO PUBLISH RESULTS ACTORS
The most unique diet squad on rec- Emery Frazier, Miss Woods
and Gus Gay lake
ord, perhaps, in these days of promisLeading Roles
cuous dieting, which is now a neces-

Dr. Babcock and Professor Indiana University to Fur
nish Amusement r or
Rayne Address Student
Wildcats
Body Tuesday

Dependency of Universe on
God Explained By

SCORES

UNIQUE DIET SQUAD

26

TALKS INTERESTING

'THE LION & THE MOUSE'

ORGANIZES

sity because of the H. C. of L was
organized last week with the faculty
of the College of Agriculture in the

(By Wayne Cottlngham.)
Eclipsing all Stroller productions of
former years in brilliant acting, hand
some costumes and clever stage effects, and witnessed by perhaps the
largest audience in the history of the
organization,
"The Lion and the
Mouse," presented at the Opera House
Saturday night, marked a new era in
University amateur theatricals.
The action of the play was so
smooth and every phase of the production was presented with such a finish
that one could not refrain from look
ing behind the scenes, so to speak,
and thinking about the man upon
the responsibility
whose shoulders
rested and the man who has worked
tirelessly for the last several weeks
to make the play a success. That man
is John R. Marsh, stage manager, who
deserves much credit for the success
of "The Lion and the Mouse."
Saturday night was certainly Uni
versity night. Practically all the stu
dents were there and a general spirit
The people
of good time prevailed.
of Lexington, knowing well the reputation of the Strollers for excellent
dramatic ability, were there in large
numbers to witness a play which no
one would have suspected was being
presented by amateurs had he not

eating role. The soy bean of Oriental
ancestry is to be tried for the first
time as a staple for human consumpS. W. GRATiHWBLL.
tion.
The soy bean has been grown for
GRATHWELL TO SPEAK
years in America and fed to live stock,
the genus homo getting it in the form
unIN CHAPEL of beef and pork but now, by the
TONIGHT
tiring work of the scientific investigators of the Experiment Station in
. Professor Rayne, instructor in
By Your Hoodoo" the department of cookery, baked soy
"Getting
College, who was to (have been
beans will grace the immaculate linIs Famous Orator's
the speaker of the day, didn't make
ens of many a table 'heretofore denied
Subject
his appearance until the exercises
such a cheap and nutritious food.
were nearly over on account of havThe cookery class and its teachers
STUDENTS
ing got the chapel time confused. At
have already tried out the new dish.
the end of Dr. Babcock's address, ProiS. W. Grathwell, of Stanford Uni Professor George 'Roberts, acting dean
fessor Rayne responded to an invita- cerned1.
versity, will lecture to the students of of the College of Agriculture, has had
Captain Curt Park is at the head of
tion by Dean Melcher to take the re
the University in chapel at 8 o'clock it served in his own home and his chil
mainder of the hour, by answering the backstop class. Chicken had the tonight on
the subject, "Getting by dren have become particularly fond of
his question, "Can the Modern Man captain prefix to his name last year,
Your Hoodoo."
the dish. The faculty of the College
too. Other men who are trying out
Pray?"
Those who heard Mr. Grathwell of Agriculture is soon to sit in final
"A college man belongs to one of for the masked position are Heber and speak in behalf of the Intercollegiate judgment and their findings are to be
two groups," the speaker said. "He Cole.
Prohibition Association before Christ published in a bulletin to be issued by
is either making real preparation for Charley Haydon received a "K" last mas need no urging to attending the the Experiment Station if after a fair
a real purpose or he is just drifting season and will make a strong bid for lecture tonight, which, if the speaker's trial covering a sufficiently lengthy
along. Blessed be the man who another one this year if effort counts word be taken, will not deal with pro- period the new dish's merits have
knows he is on the main track and for anything. George Park, Berkman hibition but with the every-dahumor- been proved.
not fumbling around on the sidings and Bowen are scrambling hard for a ous trials of the students.
A most important point is that soy
in the yards. And when you choose place on the initial bag. George
Col. George W. Bain says: "Mr. S. beans are very cheap, a bushel costnever forget the eternal difference be- heaved the pill some last spring.
W. Grathwell is an exceptionally gift- ing about $2. They are remarkably known so beforehand.
tween making a living and making a
The keystone sack has only two ed and deserving young man. His nutritive, containing about 20 per cent
Every member of the cast was at
life. One of the real purposes of a suitors. Roark, an old man, and sterling character,
his consuming fat and 35 per cent protein.
his best for the performance and the
college education is to find out how Propps, new timber, are wooing the purpose to
better society with his tri
In
Under favorable conditions at the play was presented faultlessly.
much a student Is to carry. It is im- cunning bag.
umph over obstacles which discourage Experiment Station, thirty bushels to the leading roles were Emery Prazier,
portant to keep the steamguages high.
"Honus" Waters, wielder of a fero- many boys fitted him for the life work
the acre have been harvested and they as John Burkett Ryder; Miss Mamie
"A college which is not accentuat- cious stick last season, is again out of a lecturer. His lecture on 'Getting
average Miller Woods, as Shirley Rossmore,
r
have established a
ing and accelerating the differences for shortstop. His rival is a young- by Your Hoodoo' is full of eloquence
of twenty bushels to the acre. Ken and Augustus Gay, as Jefferson Ryder.
in its students is not doing its work ster by the name of Adams.
while his delivery holds the attention tucky is well suitel to the growing of
Emery Frazier, as the 'Won," even
To strengthen flils point, Dr. Babcock
To fill out the infield there Is Scott, of his audience."
soy beans and among those farmers surpassed his previous achievements
quoted from Browning, 'The good a veteran of several seasons, Cam- Dr. Tieert says of him: "Mr. Grath who know something of maintaining
productions. His interpre
shall be good and the evil so much bron, a Western Kentucky athlete, well's address was full of fine thot. the fertility of the soil, it has long in Stroller
tation of the part of John Ryder, the
good more.' You are not living for and Archer,
r
material.
He is undoubtedly a young man of been an important crop.
richest man in the United States; his
your University, your county or your
and he
iDoc Rodes, the very versatile ath first rate oratorical ability
masterful execution of stage business
days."
State alone. These are mobile
lete, Stanley K. Jones, Boo Ireland completely captured those who heard
and the ease and grace with which he
SENIOR MECHS. TO
disiA student who was recently
and Partman are all candidates for him here."
acted, made him a favorite with the
GIVE PLAY BEFORE
from the University of Illinois
missed
The lecture is freo and open to the
audience. Altho be had played lead
the gardens. Prazier, an outfielder as
"on account of having no steam in his
CHICAGO ALUMNI ing roles in Stroller plays for the last
public. Come and bring your friends.
was in the race for
boiler," was told that he was a moral well as an actor,
years, he was at his best Satur
Seniors of the College of Mechanical three
to himself, a generator of centerfield, but has been compelled to
detriment
day night. A professional aotor would
RECALL
and Electrical Engineering are busy
bad habits and a center of infection desist on account of injuries which he ZEMBROD TO
In
a dangerous rival.
FAMOUS CHARACTER writing a play which they will present have found him
to a group of fellows.
recently sustained.
Charming, of engaging personality,
at the annual banquet of the Chicago
Professor Rayne delivered an ab
A stiff schedule has been arranged
and possessing eminent ability, Miss
One of the most noted characters Alumni Club, April 14, When they will
one he had
breviated address of the
by Manager Pete Owsley and the baseduring their an Mamie Miller Woods, who took the
of the stage will be recalled to life be entertained there
in mind to make if he had got here
part of Shirley Rossmore, was unquesball coaches. Nineteen games will be
at the Lexington Public Library, to nual inspection tour.
on time.
eight on night when Professor Alfred Zem
re- tionably a favorite from her entrance
played, eleven at home and
Dean P. Paul Anderson has just
"This is a personal universe and all
to the final curtain. Her rendering of
ibrod, of the University, will lecture on ceived a request from Hal E. Townthe road.
the relations in it are personal rela
"raouBe" was remark
a Study." Pro send, president of the Chicago Club, the part of the
'Cyrano do Begeras,
tlons. We must get away from the
able. Her clever acting was one or
arrange a "stunt"
"Personal communion is Christian fessor Zembrod will read passages for the Seniors to
The
idea that it is all mechanical.
Seniors are the most pleasing features of the play.
ity. Religion is present intercourse from the famous play, lifted into the for the dinner. The
whole universe is just as dependent
Gus Gay, In the part of Jefferson
by the BtudyinK the drama uuder Professor
on the momently will of God as the with another neraon who is God. The Iiigh08t niche of play lore
pre genius of Richard Mansfield1, and give E. P. Farquhar and have much ma Ryder, who revolted against the iron
balls of the juggler on the propulsions modern mind can pray and still
will of his father, played his part ad- terial for the plot.
his interpretation of it.
serve its self respect."
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Tate Bird, as Judge Stott, legal ad which was composed by George
stage presence made him
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well suited to the part assigned to viser of Judge Rossmore, played his Whitefield Chadwick, dean of the Where All is Well and Good
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of Mr. Gay in Stroller productions, his the cast.
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There are thousands of
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world, a man whose every thot is of square yards of scenery and armies of Metropolitan
Miss Angela Morancy made a hit
Aside from all this,
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stage voice and superb acting won for
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her great favor and assured her a
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As a broken-dowFederal Judge,
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about to be deposed for daring to reof regret to everyone.
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much credit and praise as any mem- the Mouse," Miss Nancy Innes, Miss 26,
and remaining thruout the week.
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Margaret McLaughlin and Stage ManGive them a "once over"
"The Blow Out" ds not fcf the old
Eudoxia, an impudent, "sasslfying" ager John Marsh made the trip.
school farce comedy but rather of the
today.
kitchen mechanic, was a part extreme'
The Strollers will return to Lexing- latter day fun show with an elaborate
ly difficult to portray. In this role ap' ton this morning and take a special dressing of costuming and scenery; a
peared Miss Eliza Spurrier, whose act car to Nicholasville, where they will graceful, dancing, spirited and charm
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W. Milam, State Representative.
Transylvania;
Messrs. Peak, Robertson, Ricketts, Lindsay, Duncan, Tapp,
CONFERENCE AT MILLERSBURG. iMilward, Lowls, Mayes, Dotson, JohnSTROLLER STARS GUESTS OF
son, Watson, Condltt, Lancaster, or
SIGMA CHIS AT LUNCHEON.
Kentucky.
The annual Y. W. C. A. Cabinet
After the Stroller play Saturday Council was hold at Millersburg Satnight the members of the Sigma Chi urday and Sunday of last week and BRADLEY TO SPEAK
fraternity gave a supper in the private tho local V. W. C. A. sent live deleAT HORACE MANN
dining room of tho Phoenix Hotol In gates who returned late Sunday night,
honor of Miss Mamie Woods, Mr. Em- tired but filled with enthusiasm and
Professor Bradley, of tho Departory Prazlor and a fow friendB. Tlioso plans for tho coming- year. Tho del- ment of English, will address tho Horpresent woro: Misses Mamio Miller egates voro ontortained In tho most ace Maun Literary Socioty this
Woods, Virginia Schnaufor, Francos hospitable manner by tho townsfolk
at 7 o'clock. Tho subjoct of his
Mllward, Carolyn Elkln, Lucllo Ban- and tho faculty.
address is "Sholly's Lyric Gift." ProTlioso who attondod tho conforenco fessor Noe lias also arranged n short
nister, Mary Turner; Messrs. Emory
Missos concert on tho now Edison victrola.
Prazlor,
Follx Ronlck, John Price, from tho University woro:
Horbort Graham, Louis Arp, Clyde Emma Holton, Louise Will, Jano Dick- Tho mooting is looked forward to with
Harrison, lloyo A. C. Mopstouo and ey, Laura Lee Jameson, and Lelah much interest by tho mombors of tho
Gault.
Tate Bird.
society. All students are invited.

J.

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J. Franklin Corn, State Representative
AG. SOCIETY TAKES
FARM INVENTORY
The taking of a farm inventory,
with J. B. Hutson as the farmer
whose farm record was being taken
and B. F. Creech as the Government
expert, featured tho regular weekly
meeting of tho Agricultural Society,
Monday night.
It. B. Rankin gave a discussion of
of
swine in
constructive breeding
Kentucky. Ho handled his subject
ably and his talk was much enjoyed.
B. P. Creech played the part of a Government expert taking a farm inventory and questioned J. B. Hutson who
took tho part of tho farmer as to tho
extont of his various farm enterprises,
in a manner than opened tho oyes of
his audience to tho science, judgment
and care that must bo exercised in tho
of a farm so that tho
operation
farmer can earn a comfortable labor
income.

S. W. G RATH WELL TO
ADDRESS Y. W. C. A.

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The regular meeting of tho Y. V.
was hold Sunday night at
Hall. Miss Vonnio Duley gavo
a reading on "Tho House by tho Side
of tho Road," and Miss Maxio Johnson
spoko upon this subject.
"Seo tho best sldo of ovory ono of
your fellow students and then be a
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friend, helping them and being helped
return by them," Miss Johnson
said. She spoke of the need for work
lands,
in tho foreign
which, she said, it was our duty to
help.
Next Sunday night Mr. S. W. Grath-wel- l
will speak on "Bachelors and
Wives" and tho association is anticipating an interesting and profitable
evening.
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MOCK

SOCIETY MEETING

TO BEGIN SILVER JUBILEE.
Tho silver jubilee celebration of tho
Phllosophlan Literary Society will begin with a program given in chapel
tomorrow morning. A mock literary
socioty meeting will be presented.
NOE RETURNS.

Professor J. T. C. Noe, head of tho
Department
of Education, returned
Monday night from Kansas City,
where ho attondod tho Superintendents' Department of National EducaTho meeting was
tion Association.
tho largest and most succossful over
held in the United States.

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much neglected and too much
have hopes for it, however.
Only in class politics and
hope. Petty jealousy and the
a few dollars' dues above the
class seems to have the edge.
be no
there.

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The Kentucky Colonel Says:
that tho committee has como
up to Investigate tho University, by
hock, let us treat them to a hair-cu- t
and a shave, provide a half dozen cusand let
pidors and a box of
them get to work, suh.
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Lykelle Pomes No. 23.
The taxlcab stood at the door
Literary
hour
A long and
Agriculture
And when sweet Sadie made excuse
For lingering in her bower
Frederick M. Jackson
Our hero, smiling still,
Was glad to pay tho bill.

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that the little incident
which occurred at the

Allyn: "I hear that Brown is writing a thesis on 'An Old Roman Instrument.' "
Levi is
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held Wednesday
At tho
night, March 7, two teams of thrco
men eacli wcro selected to represent
tho Law College of tho University in
tho annual debate with tho College of
Law of tho University of Cincinnati,
to be held In April. Tho subject of
tho debate is "Resolved that tho United States should require one year compulsory military service of all malo
citizens over nineteen years of ago."
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