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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
VOL IX
BUCKEYE

LEXINGTON

JtY., FEBRUARY 6, 1919

RETURNED ROOKIE TALKS ALPHI XI DELTA WILL

BOYS DEFEAT

ADOPT BELGIAN BABY
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Kentucky's Floor Artists " And Spend the Rest of
My Life in Bed," DoughMake it Three in a Row
boy Says.
When They Lose to
Cincinnati
With the entire Zoo fighting them,
the Wildcats lost their third straight
basketball game last Friday night, by
a score of 28 to 18. The game was
exciting thruout with Kentucky first
on top and then on the bottom.
Cincinnati had a team of veterans
who knew how to play basketball,
Haehnle, Goldman and Watkins playing best for the Ohio quintet.

COMPARISONS

ODIOUS

There are comparisons in life that
are odious. The spirit of Captain
Kidd, or of one of the Borgias, would
rise in its grave to object to a comparison with a certain white elephant
now a resident of Holland. Billy the
Kid, of New York, would go "on a tear"
if his second story attempts were mentioned in the same paragraph with the
The 'Cats played in their usual form efforts of one Wllhelm to rob France.
up until the last few minutes when Yes, such comparisons are odious.
But with what calmness in the early
the Red and Black made ten points,
and won in a walk. Thomas, at for- morning does the returned soldier
ward, featured for Kentucky, getting make a comparison of the Sabbath
ten points. Everett didn't play up to quietness of his bedchamber with the
the standard he set in the Centre clamorous cry of the bugle of recent
game, making but one field goal. Dish- - and unpleasant remembrance ! How
man played the whole game, but ho luxurious to awaken at 5:45, cogitate
was not in his best form, since he only on the day's drill, and the day's grub
recently recovered from an attack of with a temporarily beclouded brain,
and then to awaken mentally as well
influenza.
Coach Gill has been shaking up the as physically and look at the old fa
Wildcats this weeTc in preparation for miliar scenes of his room. Just for a
three games in Tennessee, Chatta moment to look at the "God Bless Our
nooga, Thursday night, the University Home," sign, mother has put on the
of Tennessee Friday night, and Cum east wall; to cast a glance at the pic
berland College Saturday night. It is ture of grandma and grandpa on the
said that Kentucky will put the strong- west wall; to look at a picture of Her
est team on the floor for these games on the bureau; to reach out and push
that she has started yet this year. over the chair upon which the uniform
George Zerfoss, a basketball letter is lying; to turn over as slowly and as
man with several years' experience in deliberately as possible, meanwhile
Kentucky goal shooting, will probably consigning drill sergeants and army
appear as forward alongside of Thom- cooks to places of perpetual warmth,
as. Everett, who has been playing and then to carry on with the sleeping.
forward will more than likely be shifted to center. Dishman will play one
of the guard positions, while one of the
following will be chosen to play the
other, Marsh, Simpson, Bumham, Kelly or Layin.
Those chosen to make the Southern

trip left last night from the Southern
(Continued on Page Five.)

ED DABNEY ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF UNION
The Union Literary Society held Its
r
election last Friday evening
in the club room on the third floor of
the Gym building. The following men
were elected officers: E. S. Dabnoy,
president; Leon Wise, vice president;
J. P. Barnes, secretary; Robt. J. Rai-blmid-yea-

treasurer;

E. E. Rico,

attorney-genera-

l;

Raymond Rodgers, sergeant-at-arms- ;
Richard L. Duncan, junitor;
and H. M. Blakoy, librarian. Six now
men Joined the club and received the
oath of membership.
The Program
Committee announced for the next
meeting a debate on tho "City Manager Plan;" afflrmutivo, H. M. Blakoy
and Alvin Lisunby; uegatlvo, R. Rodgers and S. H. Rice. E. S. Dabnoy will
talk on "Union Traditions' anddl. L.
Duncan will give a declamution.

Umm-boy-

.

As a part of their social service pro
gram for the year Alpha Xi Delta at
the University Jias taken steps
adopt a Belgian baby. As soon as ar
rangements can be made, a child will
become the protege of the chapter to
"be kept from year to year.
Another phase of the fraternity's so
cial service work is with the Pine
Mountain Settlement School, a school
for the children of that mountainous
district of Eastern Kentucky. A yearly
subscription to the school has been
taken out and after the recent fire at
that place a box of clothing, accom
pan led by a check, was sent to relieve
their distress.

EIGHT TO BE CHOSEN
FOR

BEAUTY

SECTION

Swain May At
test Devotion Friday Afternoon at 3:30

Love-Lor- n

Eight of the world's fairest women
well we might as well have said eight
of Kentucky's fairest will be selected
from the girls of the University Friday
afternoon at 3:30. The pictures of th,e
eight will constitute the beauty section
of this year's Annual.
For many years the love-lorswains
of the campus have raked said campus
with a fine toothed comb to secure
votes for this or that favored face, and
doubtless the gentle reader has been
approached many times already by
Just such canvassers who have the
charms of their ladies catalogued and
at the tongue's end. This or that girl
has the prettiest eyes of any on the
campus; this one has all the charms
of a queen; in fact the zealous fellow
will inadvertently call the girl a queen
in his excitement. This girl will have
this charm and another will absolutely
eclipse them all, until the poor Fresh
man, if there be an unsophisticated
one in this blaze age, will begin to be
lieve that every girl in Kentucky is a
potential rival of tho
Venus. If he is a Kentucklan this belief will not bo a new one to him.
But in spite of tho fact that each
and every fellow in school will have
his own particular favorlto, tho hard
task of selecting tho eight who are
considered fairest must bo accomplished. Lot there bo a splendid attendance, a spirited rivalry and a bounty
of chivalry for each entrant and tho
plans of the Kentucklan staff will be
realized.
n

Long 'bout ten, one is privileged to
awaken in all propriety and to casually dress one's self, while digging one's
toes into the thick carpet, premeditating violence to the biscuits and ham
and eggs and coffee and butter and
apple sauce which mother has prepared. If enuf energy is left at the disposal of the hero, he may even begin
to think of the later events of the day.
He thinks with pleasure of the hours
when assembly will NOT blow, when
there will be no "Squads Right," when
there will bo no ono to intimate that
certain privates could not guess which
was their left foot in two guesses. No,
none of that. But according to tho
best Information obtainable, there are
fow who will go so far Into the day's
activities as to think beyond that moment known as breakfast.
Sufficient
unto tho hour is the lolsuro thereof,
and when tho time comes to make a
comparison between holding a rltlo in
cold hands and toasting ono's foot at KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
tho gas grato, why then will those
AT HOME FEBRUARY 8
comparisons be made. Whoa tho tlmo
Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Kappa
comes when tho
might begin
to rise upon his toes to be the first Gamma cordiully invites all girls of
man to chow hall door for dinner, the tho University to bo present at a tea
realization comes that mother will be Saturday afternoon, February 8th, to
meet their Grand President, Mrs.
(Continued on Page Five.)
Purko R. Kolbo, 329 Aylosford Place.

No. 10

FIFTEEN DOLLARS GOES TO THE WINNER
OF

KENTUCKIAN" SUBSCRIPTION

CONTEST

"The Contest is Open to All Students of the University
With Age, Color and Previous Occupation Not
Considered' Says the Business Manager
.

TEN DOLLARS AND ANNUAL

OTHERPRIZES

The editors of the 1919 Kentucklan
announce to the students of the University that the publication will hold
COMMITTEE SWAMPED a subscription contest among the students of the University. Fifteen dollars, will be awarded to the one securApplications Pour in From ing the largest number of subscripAmbitious
Amateurs; tions, ten dollars, to the second highest and an Annual to the third. SubOne Indulges in Wit
scription blanks are being printed now
Application for membership in the and within a few days the contest will
on.
Strollers are coming in at a rapid rate, be
The Kentucklan is rapidly becoming
and from all indications competition
a reality in spite of the numerous infor parts in this, year's play is going
to be keen. Applications, so far are terruptions which occurred to prevent
all from persons of wide experience an early start on the year book, and
in amateur productions, so there in three short months the students of
should be very little trouble in getting the University will be waiting the day
of its arrival on the campus. That
a stellar cast for this year's play.
been and will continue to be one
The membership committee has a
of the big days of the University calbig job on its hands deciding just who
On that day the students will
is eligible for membership, and some endar.
good.
extra work may be required of appli- decide whether the Annual is
Everything good must have a backing
cants before the final decision. There
is depending upon
is some disappointment felt among the and the Kentucklan
the students of the University to
committee on account of the small
a ready hand in furnishing that
number of boys applying for admis lend
backing, which must be
It
sion. There is an opportunity for some
must be a backing literally and finangood actors, so it would be wise for
cially. The Kentucklan, as every good
the boys to send in their applications
business, needs capital, and if the stusoon, since none will be accepted after
dents will pay their dues promptly, enFebruary 15th.
courage advertising and subscribe for
Some ambitious, tho anonymous
the Kentucklan now, paying down the
young comedian sent in the following
dollar as bona fide evidence, the capilist of plays on his application for
tal will be provided and the Annual
membership in the "Strollers."
will be permitted to attain success.
'Julio and Romiet," "Bacmeth,"
Frederick Jackson, business man'King Beer," "A
Dream." He ager
of the Kentucklan, has been foralso adds that "Shakesbeer is me spetunate enuf to get Terrill Tapscott,
cialty, as any one with ears can see."
business manager of the Kernel to asIt is a shame for such wit to go to sist in that feature of the Annual.
waste, indeed we are sure that we have Planck,
erstwhile Marine, will assist
Fatty Arbuckle or a Doug. Fair in the subscription end of the Annual.
banks with us and are not aware of
Tho contest is open to all students
tho fact. Sign your name to tho next
of tho University. Ago, color or preapplication and should the "Strollers"
vious occupation are not considered.
put on "Ten Night in a Bar Room" you
With tho hearty backing of the faculty.
can have tho lending part.
the editors of tho Kentucklan desire
to seo more Kentuckinns ordered this
year than ever before. There will bo
NOTICE KERNEL STAFF
only ono 1919 Kentucklan, remember
Ml Koruel staff members are asked to that. No matter if tho kaiser Is hung,
hand In their pictures, for tho Kernel put on St. Helena, or Paris Island for
page In tho Annual, to either Thornton solitary confinement, there will bo only
Only onco will
Connoll or Eliza Spurrier. No pictures ono 1919 Kentucklan.
tho doting Sophomores securo a
will bo accepted after February 13th.
of tho football team. In this book
will bo found tho girls now so ably asATTENTION SENIORS
sisted . . . but, there, that's tolling.
Every student of the University Bhould
Tho Seniors will meet Thursduy aft- - got an Annual. Some may think that
oruoou at 3:30 in the chapel. It is Im they don't caro for ono this year, but
portant that every member of tho class they will.
In after years each copy,
bo present.
will assume an added value.
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Home of Paramount, Artcraft, Goldwyn
and Select Pictures
Rjemember, We Show Only The Best
In cTVIoving Pictures
fAo nn illustration of the value of the
Kentuclclnn to the students, listen to
this: One afternoon last week the
the business manager
ajnd the art editor of tho Annual, were
.discussing "ways and means" in the
Kentuckian room, when tho editor remarked that tho business manager
should bring up his 1918 Kentuckian
as a desk copy as she didn't care to
bring hers over. Of course, the business manager objected, adding that in
his opinion tho art editor should bring
his Annual because he probably would
find moro use for it. He In turn said,
"Naw, I'm not going to have my Annual thrown around to get lost." Get
the point? Now, when an attractive
boy or a beautiful girl, asks for your
subscription, dig down in those jeans
or deep In that little powder-puf-f
pocket-booaffair and pull out a dollar. It's worth It.
'it is necessary that all pictures for
the Annual be completed before the
fifteenth of this month. To accomplish
this, dates must be made immediately
with Spengler, photographer of the Annual, for a sitting. Mr. Spengler has
canceled all afternoon engagements
with other than University students to
enable every student to have his picture made before the fifteenth. It has
been decided advisable to raise the
price of each page after the 15th, so
it is to the advantage of both the student and the publication to have the
picture in on time.
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TRIP 'OVER THE TOP'

$1050

OPEN

ADMISSION

SUBSCRIBED

The Alumnae Club of the University
of Kentucky met with Miss Mabel
Pollitt at the home of President Emeritus James K. Patterson, at the University Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock.
President Patterson was the main
speaker of the meeting.

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College of Agriculture exclusively. The
home of the beneficiary according to
the terms of the gift must be in a city
traversed by lines of the Southern
Railway Company, or the Cincinnati,
New Orleans and Texas Pacific Rail
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16c
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The committee was appointed last
spring, by Dr. Frank L. McVey, in accordance with the custom followed
by numerous colleges and universities thruout the United States, of giving financial assistance to worthy students who would otherwise be compelled to discontinue their studies.
Loans are made with the following
restrictions :

Railway

15o

SHAMPOO

coat at

The Student Loan Fund, instituted
for the purpose of enabling needy students to continue their work in the
University of Kentucky, Is one of the
outstanding factors in the progress of
the University this year. The sum of
one thousand and .fifty dollars has been
subscribed up to date thru the efforts
of the Student Loan Fund Committe,
of which Professor W. E. Butte is
chairman, and Professors L. K. Frank-el- ,
J. J. Hooper, and F. F. McFarland
are members.

1916 by the Southern

25c

TONIC

FOR AGS

No loan will bo made to a student
who has been in residence at the Uni
versity for a shorter period than one
semester; preference will be shown to
Juniors and Seniors.

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Purpose to Enable Needy
Students to Continue
Work in the University

Fourteen times "over the top" be- whose record for scholarship
and repufore he got his, Is the record of Lieu- tation for industry and assiduity
in his
tenant John Spencer, a graduate of studies is not above criticism.
the College of Law in 1916. Lieutenant
Except in extraordinary cases, the
Spencer is returning to Lexington, aftmaximum loan to a student during an
er spending several months in a hosacademic year will be one hundred dolpital recuperating from two wounds
lars, and the total sum to any individreceived during his fourteenth chance.
ual will not exceed three hundred dolThe first time he went over, four of
lars.
the five officers of his company were
As evidence of the loan a note of
killed, and he took command. He
j hand wIU be re(iulred
fought thru the Argonne forest, where
It is understood that the loan will
the fiercest battles of the war were
be repaid one year after the student's
waged, only to receive his two wounds
graduation or withdrawal from the
on the banks of the Meuse. October 13,
days of the fighting. University.
and miss the last
The rate of interest on a loan will be
Lieutenant Spencer said that his company had 235 members when they first 3 per cent per annum, If paid when
went into action, and that men from due; after maturity, 6 per cent.
So far, the committee has restricted
other organizations were sent to replace those killed and wounded as fast Its canvass for funds to various organas they fell out. From June 18, when izations on the campus, but the plan
the company "went in," until October, for the future is to extend the work
ti had 443 casualties, and few, of the thruout the State. The subscriptions
original members were left.
made up to date are as follows: Alpha
Lieutenant Spencer is the son of Wil- Zeta fraternity, $200; Class of 1890,
liam Spencer, of 33 Mentelle Park. He $200, Class of 1895, $100,
South Afribegan the practice of law in Chicago,
can Club $100, Clas sof 1896 $200, class
but when tho United States declared
war went to a training camp, where he of 1906 $100, University Women's
was commissioned first lieutenant. He Club $50, class of 1908 $100.
is now in Chicago for a short stay, and
In addition to the amount raised the
will enter business in Lexington in tho committee has at its disposal the sum
near future.
of $1,000 given to the University in
CLUB MEETS.

10c.

S. R. Griffith's

M. to 11 P. M.

FOR

STUDENT LOAN FUND

No loan will be made to

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President McVey Appoints
C. S. Crouse to Introduce
Lamp and Cross
New Course at the
University
Skull and Cross Keys

PHONE 547

THE PHOENIX HOTEL

WILL

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Mr. C. S. Crouso has just been appointed by President McVey, Professor
of Metallurgy and Assaying in the
Department of Mines and Metallurgy,
College of Engineering, University of
Kentucky. Mr. Crouso will report for
duty on February 15, so as to have
the laboratories in shape for the beginning of the second semester's work on
February 24.

One of the important fields of endeavor in American universities today
123 E. Main Street, Opp. Phoenix Hotel is metallurgy and allied subjects. The
Lexington, Ky.
course in metallurgy and assaying at
the University of Kentucky is to be
made one of the important depart
ments of the College of Engineering.
The equipment at the present time is
fairly comprehensive, having been
carefully selected by Professor C. J.
Norwood. Mr. Crouse comes to the
University from one of the large metallurgical plants of the East, and he
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A Metropolitan Hotel
Respsctfully sslicits the patronage of University People

McGURK'S

JOHN SKAIN, Manager

The following communication is not
Gorman propaganda, but a Dutch wedding announcement, which has Just
been received by Professor Molcher.
Mr. Othurzon was formerly a member of our faculty:
Mnr. en Mev. C. Havenga vorsook die
eer te may ho van die teenwoor
digheld van
Professor Melcher.
bIJ die huweliksvoltlekklng van hullo
dogter
Katie met Mnr. J. du P. Oosthuizen,
Tabak en Katoen Proof Plaas,
op Maandag, 9 Desember,
1918, in die Ned.
Ger. Kerk, Koffiefontein, om 10 uur.
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SNAPSHOTS WANTED
Call for Snapshots of Campus Life!
The Kentuckian staff is offering one
Kentuckian for the best six pictures
of scenes on the campus. All you
kodak fiends should get busy, trying
to win this reward, and help the already overworked staff to get somo
good "stuff" for this year's Annual.
Be your own Judge of the pictures you
send, but try to get ones that are interesting. Address them to the Snap
Shot editor and leave at the
post-offic-

It is a matter of State pride that the
University is so rapidly building up
various departments of the State insti- CONTEST FOR BENNETT
PRIZE ENDS MAY 1
tution of learning. It is contemplated
Leading Jewelers
that men who will take the special
Established 1883
The Bennett prize of $20 for the best
"The Hallmark Store." course in the Department of Mines and essay on principles of Free GovernMetallurgy wil lbe splendidly equipped
W. Main St. . . Lexington, Ky.
ment will be awarded In chapel in
for a career of usefulness and activ
1919, and the contest closes May
ity in the iron and steel centers of June,
1, of this year.
All essays must be
America.
In the hands of President McVey on
Professor Crouse graduated from the
or before that date.
Minnesota School of Mines in the class
The topics selected for this year are:
of 1911. He was a member of the Tau
"Compulsory Military Service in the
Beta Pi honorary society.
United States," and second "The New
He was three years assistant State
German Revolution and its SignifiMining Engineer on the Minnesota
Is now equipped to do your Iron Ranges. Underground, open pit cance." Students interested in the
contest are requested to consult the
and surface surveying of all sorts,
Cleaning and Pressing
Department of History and Political
mine examinations, inspections and reScience. All students of the Univerports.
sity are eligible to enter.
Now
Done Right Right
He was three months with the Cana-neConsolidated Copper Company of
GOVERNMENT
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, where he
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system of keeping engineer$1.25
Suit
ARTILLERY UNIT
1.25 ing records. Left when revolutionary
Overcoat
troubles forced the mines to close.
Captain A. K. Chambers was on duty
PRE88ING
He was fifteen months with C. A. P. at the University Monday and Tues50c Turner, Consulting Engineer of Min
8ult
day of last week, investigating the pos50c neapolis, Minn., on the estimate and
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Mr. Crouse was three years with the
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Ray, Arizona. Mr. Crouse was engi
neer in charge of underground transit
work and contracts at their largest
mine.
Mr. Crouse spent six weeks in the
early part of 1918 at the Army School
of Intensive training for Engineers of
To3ts at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, where he stood first
both in scholarship and character out
of a class of fifty men from nearly as
many colleges. While at the Carnegie
Institute of Technology Mr. Crouse
had post graduate metallurgy, metallography, pyrometry, etc., specializing in
the heat treatment of steel. Afterwards Bttjipd at several different
plauts, including that of the Dothlehem
Steel Company. Mr. Crouse was put
In charge for the Ordnance Department of the Symington-AndersoCom-

students can bo enrolled.
In a conference with President McVey, Captain Chambers expressed himself as favorably impressed with the
idea and hoped that the unit might be
arranged.
The enrollment must be
100 men. There are several officers
in the University at present who have
had training in artillery schools, so
the question of teachers can be easily
settled.
JUNIOR ENROLLMENT
SMALL SAYS ROYOEN

The smallest enrollment of Juniors
in several years in the battalion is
noted for this year. Captain Royden
says he is well supplied with Seniors
for officers this year, but that he fears
a shortage for noxt year. Juniors now
enrolled in the battalion will be given
the opportunity to attend the month'B
officer's training course at Fort Sheripany, Rochester, of the heat treatment
dan in the summer. This course fits
of major forgings for 75 mm cannon as them for the positions of officers in
the
well as of the oyrometrical equipment. battalion.
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NEW ATTACK ON ILLITERACY

When It comes to Professor Lnm:
port wo must say that If he can't get
mUHlc out of a body of people, It is
simply because the music Is not there
to bo gotten.

Materialization of plans for a department of extension now in a process of preparation will mean that the
University of Kentucky intends to broaden its scope of
Beware of Love.
usefulness to the State. The new department is designed
(Crimson Rambler.)
to begin its work in September, 1919. It will probably be
known as the Department of University Extension. The It has been Bald by those who are In
a position to know that tho "flu" and a
Kernel believes that it will have the most
results of anything yet inaugurated by the University desperate case of love cause about the
under its new administration. It is, indeed, the most am- same feeling. It is fatal to be assailed
bitious project yet undertaken by any educational insti- by both at the same time. A hint to
the wise Is sufficient.
tution in this State.
Altho plans are not yet complete, an idea of the work The preceding paragraph appeared
to be done by the new department is easily obtained. In in the exchanges of last week's issue
Kentucky there are many young men and women who of tho Kernel. The Editor of Squirrel
have sufficient mentality and education to do University Food wishes it to be clearly underwork, but who, because of insufficient means, are com- stood that there is absolutely no man
pelled to forego the benefits of education received in their in her case even the advising physiState University. By its new department the University cian being a woman.
will give such young persons opportunity to study University subjects thru correspondence under direction of UniWhere Duty Calls or Danger
versity profesosrs. Upon examination conducted by rep The telephone rang at Maxwell Hall,
resentatives of the University, any one who successfully A freshman made a date with her beau
completes a course will be given credits towards graduaPaul,
tion. This does not mean that the student will be able to To go to the show that very Wednesstay at home thruout his schooling, study in his leisure
day night
hours and be graduated with a degree from the Univer- To see in a picture how the Yanks did
sity, but that, after receiving certain credits, he may come
fight.
to the University, study for a session or two and then be
graduated. Naturally there are certain subjects which
will not lend themselves to best results by study at home, She ate her supper and began to dress.
Then she thot, "Well, Isn't this a mess?
but the number that will is surprisingly large.
Work thru this department will undoubtedly stimu- Four girls down stairs heard me make
that date,
late the needier youth of this State. A course taken up at
Gee, I wonder what would be my fate."
home and successfully completed will most likely make the
student aspire to a degree from the chief educationa