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Formerly THE IDEA

University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, APRIL 27 1916,

VOL. VIII.

SENIORS WILL MEET
UNIVERSITY ALUMNI

TWELFTH MIGHT' TO BE
FROM KENTUCKY

"Swatting"

Ability
Puts
Buckeye Men Out of
State's Class

ER'RORS

LL

BOYS

Co-ed-

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Are To Star
Unique Shakespeare

In

Production

PLENTIFUL MAY

6

IS THE DATE

The cast of Twelfth Night," said
to be the best ever selected by the
and the record of the Wildcats for this Phllosophian Literary Society, will bo
year was dimmed somewhat by the ready for the performance of the play
efforts of the lads from the Buckeye to be given May 6 on Patterson Hall
The baseball aggregation from Ohio

State University has come and gone

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State, since twice In as many days
the wearers of the blue and white
were forced to take the short end of
the score as a result of the swatting
ability of the visitors. .
The game Friday was played In typical football weather with a strong
wind' sending a cold gale across the
athletic field, making the work of the
players very disagreeable and causing
the few loyal supporters who had
ventured out, shlverlngly to depart,
singly and In groups, until the bleachers strongly resembled an apple tree
In late November.
Things never looked brighter for
the blue and white than at the start
of the game. Two runs were gleaned
from the offerings, of Wright of Ohio
in the initial session and the small
bunch of heroes in the stands went
wild. Gloom followed Immediately
when the Ohioans took their turn'in
the next inning. All precedents were
destroyed when House, one of the visitors, connected with one of Cooper's
crooked ones for a home run, the ball
clearing the fence in left field by a
good margin.
In the succeeding round the swat- ters from Ohio, aided by a wobble or
two, co'Atributed by the awed
added four more counters to
their original tally, continued the
slaughter in the next chapter and
when the smoke finally cleared from
the scene of the encounter the visitors
had managed to collect a total of sixteen runs, while the cats by diligent
perseverance boasted of four. Cooper
retired in the second round, giving
place to Ireland, who wont the remainder of the journey.
The score and summary follow:

lawn.
Miss Darnall, as "Viola," the girl
who dons her brother's clothes and
takes the part of a page, could not be
surpassed. Miss Darnall Is
having appeared in other college plays.
Miss Anna E. Lewis, as "Duke
who makes her first appearance on the stage, plays most naturally this character. Miss Becker has
taken the part of "Olivia," formerly
announced to be taken by Miss Sullivan, who was compelled to give it
up, on accepting a position in Richmond. Miss Becker is well fitted for
the part.
The other characters are showing
skill in handling the minor, yet essential parts. Rehearsals are being
held every night and much enthusiasm
is being shown.
The cast follows:
Anna E. Lewis
Duke Orsino
Mary Hamilton
Valentine
Sir Tobey Belch
Cecelia Cregor
Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Alene Kavanaugh
Sebastian
Vivian DeLaine
Antonio
Elizabeth Farra
Miriam Horine
Friar
Malvolio
Alma Bolser
Clown
Edith Sachs
Nell Crawford
Fabian
June Sale
Roberto
Ina Darnall
Viola
Marie Becker
Olivia
Era Deboej
Officer

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In the University
Chapel May 12

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Helioved

Tho following letter was recently
received by tho senior class:
To the Senior Class of '1C:
Ladies and Gentlemen: You are
about to graduate and become mem
bers of tho body alumni of tho University. It seems very desirable therefore that the class of '16 have a sort
meeting at some con
of
venient place in the nenr futuro and
give the representatives of the Alum
ni Association an opportunity to meet
vith you and tell you something of
and the
the alumni organization
dreams of the alumni for a greater
University and a greater Kentucky.
I trust that such a meeting can be
arranged to take place not later than
Thursday, May 4.
Sincerely yours,
J. D. TURNER,
Secretary.
Arrangements have been made for
the Alumni Association to meet the
seniors on Thursday evening, May 4,
at 7:30 o'clock.

TENNIS.
All who are interested in a tennis
team to represent the University this
year are requested to come to chapel
Thursday
today
at 12 o'clock.
There will be a team if the students
want one. Three schools lulve already
asked for meets.

FOR

SOUTHERN TRIP

Three Regulars

Probably

Will Be Missing From

the
TEAM

IS

Line-u- p

Cats Are Able To Stow Inspection,
Competitive
Away Four Firsts and
Drill and Sham Battle
Two Seconds
Close Year
MARSHALL IS FEATURE ELECT NEW OFFICERS
Harold Stack and his bunch of track
athletes returned home from Nashville Sunday after engaging the Van-dperformers on Dudley Field Saturday and suffering a defeat of 76 to 22.
a score
This is virtually as
as Vandorbilt piled up against State
last year, but this time Kentucky was
able to account for four firsts and
two seconds, whereas, only one first
was recorded for the Blue and White
boys in 1915.
Decidedly the feature of the meet
was the hurdling of Marshall, of Kentucky. This man pulled up in front in
both the high and low hurdles, running the latter in 27 seconds, establishing a new record for Kentucky.
His time in the high hurdles was 17.3.
Captain Hickerson threw the discus
100 feet and 2 inches and won the
event. Otten was the other man to
His opwin a first for Kentucky.
ponents only forced him to go 9 feet
11 inches in the pole vault.
was nosed out by inches in the
hundred and again ran second to Tur
ner in the 220.
Vanderbilt took all of the remaining events, including the high jump,
hammer, quarter, half, mile and relay.
Georgetown will send her track representatives here Saturday to hold
the second consecutive
meet. Georgetown won
he meet on Hinton Field last year by
a very narrow margin. State expects
to get revenge in spite of the disastrous result at Vanderbilt.

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CLUB

RETURNS

Seriously handicapped by the
of two players and possibly a
of Kentucky
third, tho University
baseball team will leave tonight for
Knoxville, Tennessee, to play a
series Friday and Saturday afternoons. Shortstop Waters and "Senator" Crum, two of tho heaviest wield-er- s
of tho willow, will not take the
'
trip because of mattors which will
necessitate
hero.
their presence
"Dutch" Schrader, who has been sick
for tho past sovoral days, may not be
able to go on the trip. In spite of
handicaps tho team is full of "pop"
and confident of victory.
Curtis Park, captain, will do the
receiving.
Grubbs, G. Park, Ireland
and Cooper aro tho hurlors who will
Kolloy will probably bo
bo taken.
stationed at tho initial sack, tho rest

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once hold in collego activities on the
night of May 12, when Manager "Doc"
Rico's entertainers will hold full sway
In tho Univorsity chapel.
Desplto a lapse of one year without
ronmlnlng pract.'cally
of tho line-ua gleo club, tho present organization
tho same as In provlous games this
promises a return to the stago that
bids well to "mako up for lost time." season.
Rehearsals have boon held under the
Tho game scheduled for yestorday

MANY NEW FEATURES
Tho University
will

of Kentucky

Gleo

return to tho limelight it

C. L. Bennett, of tho Lexafternoon with tho team from West-rington Collego of Music, for the past
Reserve was canceled on account

direction of

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SPECIAL EVENTS MARK

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of a drizzling rain and wet grounds.

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Editor of Independent Talks
on "Federation of
Nations"
STATES PLAIN FACTS

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The dismissal of the University battalion for the year was made last
week with a series of noteworthy
events including a sham battle and
annual inspection on Thursday followed by Individual and company competitive drill on Friday. The announcement of the officers of the battalion for the ensuing year was an
additional feature.
At 10:00 a. m. Thursday the, battalion assembled for annual Inspection and presented an excellent ap
Captain J. Kingman, of
pearance.
the United States Army General Staff,
the inspecting officer, seemed well
pleased with their work.
In the afternoon the forces were divided into an offensive and a defensive party and engaged in a sham battle. The defensive party under Captain L. J. Heyman, was stationed in
front of and to the right and left of
the Administration Building and the
offensive force under the direction of
Major R. F. Albert, was sent to attack this defending force from the
st over the city dumps. The mock
battle was carried out with a snap
and vigor that made it seem highly
real.
It was under rather adverse weather
,
conditions that the battalion was call-together Friday afternoon for the
ed
An occasional
drill.
competitive
sprinkle of cold rain made it very
difficult for the cadets to carry out
their work but they went through the
program in unexpectedly good style.
In the individual competitive drill
r
men J. A. Milton,
among the
of this city, was the winner of the
men
medal. Among the second-yea- r
T. B. Peak, of Lagrange, came forth
victorious. In the company competitive drill Company A was declared tho
Avlnner and Captain Ben Mahoney was
presented with a new saber as is tho
annual custom.
this
Tho success of the battalion
year is large due to Major R. F. Albert, who has been acting commandant sinco tho departure of Lieutenant
Major Albert has carUnderwood.
ried out tho work with a thoroughness
milicharacteristic of a
tary man and Is deserving of high
commendation.
Tho officers for tho battalion for
tho forthcoming year will bo as follows:
Major B. L. Frazlor.
Captain and Adjutant G. M. Hill.
M.
Captain and Quartermaster
Montgomery.
Sergeant Major T. R. Underwood.
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first-yea-

Hamilton Holt, editor of tho Independent Magazine, addressed the student body In chapel yesterday morning on tho subject, "Federation of tho
Nations." Mr. Holt is making a tour
of tho universities of tho country under tho auspices of tho World's Peace
Society. President Barker introduced
tho speaker to tho largest audience
that has been assembled In tho chapel
this year.
Mr. Holt said that war was a perfectly legal way of settling disputes
between tho nations, although it is not
Ho said that thero
a moral method.
Quartoriuastor
woro only threo valid arguments Houncholl.
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ing defoctivo feet of girls.
and Friday.
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the Speakers
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Every student attending tho dance
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save the tedious delay waitnnd
spearo's death, was hold in chapel senting tho University of Kentucky
3 - - SHOWS DAILY - 3
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Monday morning under the auspices in the intercollcgiato oratorical conPatronize Our Advertisers
of the English Club. Professor E. F. test which is to ibe held in Danville,
GLEE CLUB RETURNS
Farquhar anl Dr. Glanville Terrell de- May 12.
MATINEE
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Mc
were delivered In
livered addresses, and William
The two orations
NIGHT .
of Columbus Hall
a former the best style before a large audience.
Comas, of Lexington,
$1.00 WORTH FOR 10c
Shakespearean actor with the Mar Mr. Shinnick's subject was: "Ameri- several months. According to a state
Dances
Open
lowe & Southern Company, gave a ca and the Age of Ideals." Mr. Clark ment of Director Bennett, the gleemen
Other College
SAME MANAGEMENT
reading from Hamlet. Miss Rebecca spoke on "Americans for America." are twenty excellently trained musiSmith presided.
cians. Tho Mandolin Club is of ex
The judgeB were Professor C. R.
Professor Farquhar spoke on "The
Professor T. T. Jones and Pro- ceptional merit, while tho quartet Is
PRICE $7.50, Pianos Furnished
Personality
of Shakespeare."
He fessor E. F. Farquhar.
said to eclipse any that has represent
dwelt upon the genius of the man
ed the University In several years.
B.
Phone
and showed that talent and genius
Features of the Glee Club program
HAMILTON HOLT
107 WEST MAIN STREET
were widely different. "To be talentwill consist of several songs by Miss
BEST SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE
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ed," said Professor Farquhar, '.'Is to
Elsie Bennett, of the Lexington Col
CITY. FINE HOME-MADbe gifted in one direction and is even against war. The first was a moral lege of Music, and selections from
CANDIES
Cobb.
hereditary; genius, on the other hand,
reason, based on the commandment, the violin of Edwin
Is never transmitted, but depends on
The management of the Glee Club
"Thou Shalt Not Kill."
en
a very active
The second argument was an eco- will probably schedule
William McComas was next on the nomic one, based on the enormous de- gagements and if possible book a tour
through the central
program. In his characteristic manner
When you contemplate
struction of property caused by war. ing expedition
securing Life or Acciwith a peculiarly impressive style heHe stated that ,n the aat twenty.f0ur part of Kentucky. A more definite
dent & Health Insurance
read parts of Hamlet and held the in- hours $85,000,000 worth of property program of the club's performance will
ask the K. S. U. student
terest of his audience throughout.
had been ruined. The annual amount be announced later.
representing a conservaDr. Glanville Terrell spoke on the
t on war per annum amounts to
tive, Boston, Mass. , Commuch debated subject, "Who is Will $30,000,000,000.
BATTALION DISMISSAL
pany to submit a proposiiam Shakespeare?"
He said that as
The biological argument was the
(I e3d raojj ponnpuoo)
much as he admired Greek drama he
tion.
third valid reason given against war,
had to concede that Shakespeare is The superior and best men of a nation
You need
InsurC. Finney.
Office Sergeant-- M.
ance. He will apthe world's master dramatist.
Dr.are alway8 kuled( leavIng the weak Company A. Captain, C. R. Beland;
preciate your BusiTerrell, in contrasting the English and
d mferIor
Five miUIon men have First Lieutenant, L. D. Taylor; First
ness.
Greek drama, said: "If a Greek could already been Ulled and 10(0oo,000 Sergeant, J. L. Sallee.
Address 406 City Bank Bldg.
have heard a play of Shakespeare, he'malmed for life. He cited the fact
Company B. Captain, E. M. Cobb;
would have said, 'what a wonderful
that although the men gladly gave up First Lieutenant, T. Wilson; Second
barbarian.' "
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ing war.
Company C. Captain, D. R. Ellis;
DESIGNS BUNGALOW In defining the peace movement, Mr. First Lieutenant, F. R. Granger; Sec
Holt said: "The peace movement is1 ond Lieutenant, R. L. Sauer; First
Miss Virginia Anderson, daughter the process of doing between the na- - Sergeant, C. W. Clark.
of Professor F. Paul Anderson, mem- - tions what has been done within the
Company D. Captain, H. A.
ber of the home arts class, designed nations."
First Lieutenant, W. P. Ringo;
Mr. Holt said that The Hague was Secotid Lieutenant, E. S. Lawson;
the bungalow which was accepted as
a model by the vote of the class. Mr. not a failure, but on the other hand First Sergeant, E. E. Plank.
Connell, decorator for the March Fur- - had proved a success sixteen out of
Company E. First Lieutenant, Clar'
H. M.
niture Company, demonstrated to the seventeen times.
ence Clark; First Sergeant,
class how the (bungalow could be decThe theory of the World's Peace So- Neal.
ciety was to have international police
orated and furnished throughout.
Band Captain and Drum Major, T.
After the lecture Mr. March enter- - and an international league of peace C. MoCowan; First Lieutenant, W. F.
tained the class with refreshments, for settling disputes between nations Cody; First Sergeant, A. Glickman.
Mr. Connell's next lecture
will be and although it might never come
Color Sergeants D. J. Sullivan and
given itiuiiua, inny i, on xexiues, about, the idea was out and could not R. Herndon.
A.
R.
Sergeant,
Signal Corps
Their Origin and Use."
be killed.
Professor Anderson was greatly
Hunt; Corporal, M. A. McDonald.
pleased with the success of his daugh
ter and has promised her that he will
bluld the house designed by her, ac
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Owing to pemous communications.
culiar circumstances an oxcoptlon Ib
mado hero.
Tho "Who's Who" docs not appear
In thcBO columns for tho Bnmo reason
that elephants cannot ride In Pullman
coaches, namely, lack of space.

STUDENTS' FORUM

Editor Kentucky Kernel:
Dcnr Sir: It lins for many years
boon tho ctifltom of your paper to run
n "Who's Who" among tho senior
class. This Bcoms to mo a good thing
and n custom anil It Is with regret
that I havo noticed tho absence of this
tlmo'honorcd custom in tho pages of
your paper published each week. No
doubt, tho originators of the movement thought It a creditable Idea, and
tholr successors with the exception
of this year havo carried forward tho
move.
Tho old "Who's Who," as I understand It, was simply a "rendering unto Caesar, tho thlngn that arc
Caesar's." Howovor, thcro may havo
been circumstances present this year
under which you could not follow out
tho admlrablo prestlgo of your predecessors. But, as a matter of fairness
to your constituents, it seems to me
that It would bo a very commendablo
act on your part to explain In the columns of your paper Just why you havo
made such a sudden innovation in
your weekly publication.
Is it that
you havo not tho material, or has
some personal affair superseded the
function of tho office which you havo
tho honor of holding? I trust it is
not tho latter.
I hope this is not asking too much
of you Mr. Editor, just to make tho
matter clear, for I have always con
sidered you as a man of no mean calibre, with plenty of moral stamina to
give a square deal to all.
Very truly yours,
FAIRPLAY.

Wo should llko to call to your notice, dear friend Caesar, tho fact that
tho 1916 Kentucklan will contain a
"Who's Who" of all seniors who havo
paid class dues.
EDITOH.
Mr. Editor:
You recently complained In an editorial becauso thero woro no class
basketball games.

Why not say something in favor of
class baseball?
Tho Btudcnts want
it. Why should they not havo It? A
schedule could bo easily arranged if
someone would tnko a llttlo interest In
tho mntter.
Trusting you will publish this, I am,
yours,

Respectfully

JOHN D.

MISS AUBYN CHINN
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of
Miss Aubyn Chlnn, Professor
Foods and Cookery in the department
of Home Economics, has resigned
from the University faculty and after
Juno 1 will take up Homo Extension
work as district agent for Eastern
Kentucky with headquarters in Lexington. Miss Chinn will be under the
direction of Doctor Mutchler and Mrs.
Helen B. Wolcott, State Agent of
Home Extension Workers.
iMiss Chinn was
class of 1907 and

a member

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has been an in

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Ish and rcd'flwcatcrcd athletes continued to mako tho circuit with a marked
degrco of regularity.
A6ENTSMEET HERE Park was succeeded by Cisco, who
lasted Just ono round and was In turn
replaced by Grubbs, who llnlslied tho
People
Prominent
Are struggle manfully, allowing but a
Scheduled To Speak
score In threo innings.
At Meeting
Tho final count was 9 to 4 and Is a
fairly accurate
Indication of tho
STANLEY WEDNESDAY strength of tho two teams.
Tho box score and summary:
Tho third annual convention of tho
OHIO STATE.
Homo Demonstration Agents, Depart-mon- t
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
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and the program for that day will bo
513120
Potts, p
altered so as to afford a convenient
time for his talk.
40 9 13 27 10 2
Totals
Many prominent speakers and InSTATE UNIVERSITY.
structors will deliver addresses durAB. R. H. PO. A. E.
ing tho convention, among whom be401301
Scott, 2b
ing: Governor Stanley, 0. B. Martin,
310231
Waters, ss
Miss Mary E. Creswell, Miss Ola Pow401
Spauldlng, If
20
ell, Dr. N. N. Straughn, all of tho C.
403910
Park, c
United States Department of Agricul310000
Mcllvaln, rf
ture; Miss Ella E. Agnow, State Agent
300200
Frazier, cf
Home Economics Work;
Dr. Fred
400340
Schrader, cf
Mutchler, Director
of Extension; Kelly,
311700
lb
Judge H. S. Barker, and Dr. J. H.
G. Park, p
111020
Kastle, director of the Experiment
Cisco, p
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Station.
201000
Grubbs, p
sin-gl- o

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OHIO GARNERS TWO

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Totals

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Ohio
00040410
Relieved Jones In eighth.
Kentucky
13000000
Wright in eighth.
tRelleved
Summary: Earned Runs Kentucky,
STATE UNIVERSITY.
3;
8.
Ohio,
Hits Kelly,
.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Jones, House, Park, Skelly. Three-bas400111
Shrader, 3b
Hits House. First on Balls Off
120242
Waters, ss
Cisco, 1; off Potts, 5. Struck Out By
402200
Spauldlng, If
Park, 3; Cisco, 3; Grubbs, 3. Potts, 6.
411750
C. Park, c
Stolen Bases C. Robinson, Welf, C.
401110
Mcllvaln, rf
Park. Double PIdys Skelly to House
402211
Frazier, cf
to Jones, Hit by Pitcher C. Robin400912
Kelly, lb
son by Park; Heatherington
by
301321
Scott, 2b
Grubbs; Jones by Grubbs. Hits Off
Cooper, p
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Park, 6 in 5 innings; off Cisco, 3 in
210022
Ireland, p.
s
innings; off Grubbs, 2 in
2
innings. Time of Game Two
30t 4 7 27 17 9
Totals
hours. Umpire Ad. Thomas.
Score by Innings.

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iSummary: Earned Runs Kentucky,
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Home Run House, First on Balls
Off Ireland,
4;
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Bases State, 2; Ohio, 5. Struck Out
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Plays Heatherington
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innings; off
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Wright, 4 in 7 innings.
Improved weather conditions greeted tho combatants Saturday when the
second game of tho series with Ohio
was staged. The Kentucky upholders again were off in front and for considerable time had tho scoring all to
themselves. George Park who was on
tho mound for tho bluo and white,
had tho visitors completely at his mercy for four Innings, during which time
his team mates pushed four tallies
across the scoring station.
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rough as of yoro and proceeded in a
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of long green ho rovived sufficiently to go on with tho misery.
Tho wedding wns a great bucccss,
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present, tho punk music, tho'
pair, tho bad cold tho minister
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Small details such as tho poor appear
nnco of tho bridegroom nml the lack
of pulchrltudo in tho brldo nro nlwnys
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faculty the matter of giving credits toward graduation
Thero seems to bo a row;
For ov'ry now and then resounds,
for participation in University activities not connected
"Get off my feet, you cow."
with class work. In particular, we believe that college
The Kentucky Colonel Says:
soda jerker.
dramatics and literary society work should be encourNo, suh, I am not for Statewide proon The plaster drops from off the walls
aged in this manner. At present the rewards accruing hibition. I live in a dry county now "The bride entered the churchvery The floor creaks and groans,
the arm of her father, who was
to students taking part in work in the Dramatic Club and that's bad enough. I shall most ill at ease but apparently determined 3ut still thoy Bhout their signal calls
and the literary societie