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Formerly THE IDEA

State University of Kentucky
VOL. VIII.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, MAR. 23 1916,
THIEF STEALS

BENNETT TRIO HERE

March 28

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ARE VERY PROMISING

Preliminary Work Has Be- Mustache Contest May Be
gun on New Practice
Called Off As
Field
Result
Indications of fairer weather than
prevailed last week and the first of
this week have served to stir the baseball cohorts to increased activity and
any afternoon, barring Sunday, a trip
to tho east end of Stoll Field will con
vince anyone of tho seriousness with
which the squad is going into baseball practice.
The
Wildcat athlete and now
progressive assistant coach, Bill Tut-tihas the jneh in charge for the
preliminary "loosening up" period.
"Doc" Tigert will be out within a few
days and will assume command.
Only light batting and fielding practice has been indulged in and until
the really hard work begins it will be
impossible to get a good line on the
men. The ability of the members
of last years team is well known, but
there are quite a few men both in the
.freshman and upper" classes who
threaten to supplant the regulars.
Work is being rushed on the new
diamond, which had to be moved a
short distance to the east of last
year's arena. When this work is completed and the extra bleachers pro
vided along tho first base line; a week
or so of hard practice will put the
'Vildcat baseball steam roller In readiness to overwhelm the haughty
in the opening game, April 8.
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ON FRIDAY

ROBINS

STATE STUDENT DOES

CAMPAIGN

Gives

Unusual Musical Attraction
Is Offering of the
Lyceum Course

Boy
Mountain
Chance For
Recovery

State University is not without her
Tho Lyceum Courso has found a
heroes. Another has appeared in tho
great musical attraction in Mr. person
of Elmer Kranz Robertson, a
Charles Lowis Bennett, baritone. At special
working his. way
student
McBRAYER IS STATE
the outbreak of the war Mr. Bennett through
school, In the College of Me
ENTRY FOR INTERhad a contract to sing in the Royal
COLLEGIATE CONTEST Opera in Brussels, Belgium. He has chanical and Electrical Engineering,
who with heroic
and unJ. J. McBrayer, of Lawrenceburg, spent soven years abroad in perfect- tiring devotion, has mado it possible
won the contest to represent State ing his art, at Paris, London, Dresden for Matt Simms, an orphan from tho
Florence. Mr. Bennett sings Kentucky
pro- and
University in thd
mountains, to go out into
with an emotional interpretation that
hibition contest, April 7.
the world, unashamed, without a
Only two men entered the contest, makes his work extraordinary.
trace of what was once a repulsive
Mr. Bennett will be assisted by Miss
tho other being D. T. Ricketson, of
physical deformity.
Elsie Bennett,
Miss
Kansas City, Missouri.
Simms is now at St. Joseph's Hosa great aeai in ueuast pital undergoing on operation whereMr. Me.Braver's subloct was "The
f
fund by his nose, nearly eaten from his face
Great Internal Destroyer," while the and London for the
before coming to America. Mrs. Ben-- by
subject of Mr. Ricketson was "The
successive attacks of catarrh in
of the Nation." The judges were nett is' a perfect accompanist in that childhood, will be entirely restored
trophy was made of the finest Pall
The
Professor L. L. Dantzler, Dean Anna she follows the lead of the singer and his features rendered nearly per- silver and was handsomely engraved.
without subordinating the accompanJ. Hamilton and Enoch Grehan.
feet.
In order to make the prize useful as
Mr. McBrayer will receive the prize, iment too much.
Robertson first saw the boy at a
to add to its
well as beautiful and
AH students are urged to be present
five dollars In gold, and will repremission Sunday School in tho
appropriateness the cup was made In
sent the University in the State con- Friday at 8 p. m., March 24. It will
mountains last summer. . Bethe form of a shaving mug.
be a rare treat.
coming interested In his case, with a
building test.
How the thief entered the
Tho program follows:
great pity for the friendless lad, he
is unknown, but it is thought that he
Prologue 'Taliacci," R. Leoncavalarranged to bring him to Lexington
sneaked in and concealed himself DEAN HAMILTON
"
lo. Mr. Bennett.
for a medical examination. While ho
while the night watchman had the
TALKS TO H. E. CLUB A "The Dawn of Spring,"
P. .was being
treated here, Robertson
building open for inspection.
Dean Anna J. Hamilton delivered an Tschaikowski.
'shared his room with the boy, solicit
The news of this robbery comes as
B "The Swan Bent Low to the
ing aid for him from anyone he could
a sad hlow to manv of the seniors. address before the Home Economics
c "A Maid sinS Light," Ed. interegt
oE the University on "The Home;L11y-ln the case
who, since the announcement of the;club
MacDowell. D "The Bird and the
In a few weeks Simms will be dis
contest, have been so diligently culti- - Beautiful," Monday afternoon at 3:30.
Mls9
emphasized
Hamilton
the Rose," Amy Horrocks. Miss Bennett. missed from the hospital. He Is a
vating their "brushes."
One senior,
and Sheperds, Henry capable
house-wa- s
three-folfunction of woman as
weU mannered and of no
upon hearing the news of the robbery,
TJ
WTinn
V.of l.r
keeper, wife and mother, and the need Plirnoll
bad habits.
His many friends are
with difficulty prevented from
parted, Secchi. C Tho Fool's Solil- looking
for employment for him in
leaping from the window of his room oC her influence.
A11
tho Home Economics faculty oquy (by request), Campbell Tipton. Lexington.
in the dorm and cutting himself to
Mr. Bennett.
and a larSe number of the major
pieces on the broken glass below. At
A "Ah, mon flls," from "LePro-phete,- "
dents of that department were
latest report ho was resting
G. Meyerbeer.
B Habaners
ent at tho talk, and at the tea which
T IS ELECTED
G.
Biset. C Ah,
was given later in honor of Missjfroin "Carmen,"
in ..Liiiinn tn ti,
ii.inf .Unniivno
of the Love, but a day," H. H. A. Beach.
tho North Broadway Detective Force Hamilton by the members
D Fair Vision. E By the Riverside.
will Vin nut nn Hio nnao nnlnaa thn Clllb,
F Under the Roses (by request), .Edstolen goods is recovered before tho
ward Grieg. G "How's my Boy?" S.
R. S. HART DIES AT
end of the week.
Dr. Tigert Entertains "K"
LEXINGTON HOME Homer. Miss Bennett.
A Life and Death,
S. Coleridge
Men and Women
PATTERSON SOCIETY
Doctor R. S. Hart, father of Derrill Taylor. B Banjo Song, S. Homer.
Dinner
TO HOLD ANNUAL
Hart,
in the department of C Forever and a Day, Albert Mack.
CONTEST MONDAY Englisha fellow University,
George Gumbert, star basketball
died at his D Mandalay, Oley Speaks. Mr. Benof this
The annual oratorical contest of the home on tho Versailles piko at 9 nett.
guard, was elected captain of the 1917
Patterson Literary Society will bo o'clock last night, after an illness of
Wildcat fivo at a dinner given to tho
hold in tho University chapel next about three weeks.
1916 K men and women at th0 homo
HERBERT GRAHAM IS
Monday night. The winner of this
His death was caused by a weakMADE MANAGER OF
court'
contest will meot tho representative ening of tho heart duo to an attack
of tho Union Literary Society later of grippe.
STATE TRACK MEET Server, tho lengthy center, so well- afand tho victor in tho
Dr. Hart was 73 years old and was
known to Kentucky fans, was chosen
Horbort D. Graham, of Frankfort, a manager. Tho election of Miss Innis
fair will roprosont tho University in a Confederate veteran, having boon
contest a member
tho Kentucky
of
tho 22nd Alabama senior in tho Collego of Arts and Sci-- .as captain and Miss Haydon as man- ' bo hold in May. A gold medal will Regiment, under Genoral Bragg, dur- - 0,1C0' haS beoU elected ,nterscla8tic ager of tho 'girls' team for 1917 was
bo awarded tho winner of tho contest ing tho internal strife, Ho studied track "onager at a meeting of tho fonmiuy confirmed
by
tho young
Monday night.
medicino at Baltimoro immediately athlot,c committee. This Is tho first women Thoso presont at the dinner
Tho speakers .and subjects will bo after tho war's close, and then camo t,mo a student 1,as ll0ld BUC a Psl''woro: Misses Nancy Inula, Pearl
I..
TT..I....li..
as follows: M. U. Conditt, "Tho Evo- to this Stato whoro ho located near it
,
Domocracy;" David
lution of
tho Woodford County lino. Ho has
and Lillian Haydon.
"Tho Next War;" William Shin-nic- lived thoro practicing his profession will bo hold on Stoll Field May 13, tho Messrs. Karl Zerfoss, Derrill Hart,
same dny as tho interscholastio meet James Sorvor, Georgo Gumbert, R. Y.
"America and tho Ago of tho over since.
Tho miners will bo assigned tho foot Iroland, Georgo Zorfoss and Ariniel
C. P. Nicholson, "Our
Ideal," and
hall field for operations, while tho Carman.
Country and Our Presidont."
Tho
Illinois.
track men will uso tho oastoru portion
public is invited to attend tho contest,
Illinois University has loaned
which will bogin at 8 So'clock. No
to students this year as ngainst
MICROBE CLUB MEETS MONDAY
admission will bo charged.
$irS in 1895.
EVENING IN CLUB ROOMS.
CLASS
PAY YOUR
DUES
NOW.
The handsomo engraved loving cup
which was to bo given by tho Kernel
as a prize to tho senior possessing tho
finest mustache was stolen from tho
Kernel room by unknown persons
Tuesday night. Tho thief entorsd by
picking the lock of tho door and left
absolutely no clue as to his identity.
Student detectives are on the trail,
however, and it is probable that the
offender will bo caught before the
date set for tho awarding of the cup.
In case the prize is not recovered the
contest will be called off, as the Kernel has recently paid a large debt and
is financially unable to purchase another cup.

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WHAT THEY SAY.

Judge Barker says:
"This is tho most extensive
effort ever undertaken to uplift
tho moral life on tho campus. I
want every member of the student body to take part in it."

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President Torrenco says:
"The Y. M. C. A. is pouring its
whole soul into tho Robins' campaign and asks all the men in
the school to take their stand
with it in tho fight."
Secretary Zerfoss says:
"Tho message of Raymond
Robins has made a stronger appeal to College men of tho United States than has any thing of
its kind in the history of tho
Nation."
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The program follows:
Tuesday, March 28.
10:00 A. M. Address men and women, "The Challengo of
tho Changing Social Order."
3:45 P. M. Faculty meeting.
7:00 P. M. Address, "College Men
and Civic Leadership."
Wednesday, March 29.
"The
10:00 A. M. To all engineers:
Engineer of Tomorrow."
12:00 M. Noon luncheon. Community meeting.
7:00 P.M. Address, "Fundamentals
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Thursday, March 30.
10:00 A. M. To all law students:
"The Law and the Changing Social Order."
12:00 M. Meeting with all leaders
and committees.
4:00 P. M. Women's mass meeting.
7:00 P. M. Address, "Mastery and
Power."
Friday, March 31.
9:30 A. M. Meeting of pastors.
7:00 P. iM. Farewell address.
For
men and women.
Student Campaign Attendance Teams.
School of Agriculture,
Seniors:
Carl Benhardt, L. H. Nelson. Juniors:
J. A. Hodges, J. P. Rickets, O. B. Taylor, Curtis Park. Sophomores: R. B.
Fenley, Wm. Lindsay, C. L. Morgan,
H. S. Long, J. Lewis, L. Reusch, C.
Averitt, Robert Mitchell, Ray Gilbert,
L. Taylor, Jas. Server. Freshmen: R.
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Faltz, B. O. Bartee, Tilford Wilson, S.
Sullivan.
School of Law, F. H. RIcketson, Joe
Torrence, C. T. Dotson, O. L. Fowler,
B. E. Hickerson, Fishback.
Arts and Science School, Seniors:
J. T. Gooch, D. H. Starns, K. Zerfoss,
H. Felix, C. W. Bailey, R. P. Tipton,
H. L. Reid, H. Graham. Juniors:
B.
N. Peak, F. Crum, C. Clarke, Phil Por
ter, C. P. Hatter, E. Wood, Marlon
Conditt. Sophomores:- F. O. Mayes,
C. P. Wyatt, E. Beatty.
Freshmen:
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Longsworth, M. L. Muncie, Hume Wilson.
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Competitors for tho Bonnet prize
nro requested to hand in their essays
to President Emeritus James K. Patterson not later than April 10.
Manuscripts must bo typewritten
and three copies of each contribution
are required.

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The treasurer of the junior class,
than a hundred students of
J. N. Waters, has requested the Kerthe different colleges of the Univernel to announce that all juniors will
sity who have volunteered to
have to pay their class dues before
with the Y. M. C. A. cabinet In
April 1 If they wish to receive prourging every student to attend the
grams at the Junior Prom, which will
meetings of the Raymond Robins'
be given April 28. All seniors must
campaign, which starts Tuesday mornnotify Mr. Waters of their intention
ing, are busy this week seeing the
to attend the Prom also in order to
men of their departments, distribut
secure programs.
ing programs and inviting the stuThe programs which have been se
dents to hear Robins.
lected by the program committee for
In order to make the teams of stuthis year's Prom are the handsomest
dents more effective, several outside
and most expensive that have ever
Christian leaders have been invited to
been used at the University and the
come here for the entire campaign to
class will not order any more than
in the work, among whom
the number absolutely required. The
are: C. E. (Chief) Blevins, Assistant
programs will be ordered April 1, and
Y. M. C. A. Secretary at Georgia Techafter that time no orders will be sent
nical, of Atlanta, Ga.; F. H. Hoeler,
in. Juniors and seniors, give this your
Y. M. C. A. Secretary at University of
attention!Cincinnati, of Cincinnati, Ohio; E. L.
student,
Terrell,
at
Y. M. C. A.
Oberlin, Ohio; J. L. Childs, manager
of the Robins' campaign in Kankakee,
Dr. A. W. Fortune, pastor of the
111.; J. W. Bergthold, State Secretary
Maxwell Christian Church, and Proof College Y. M. C. A.s for Kentucky,
fessor at Transylvania College, will
of Louisville, Ky.
address the Y. M. C. A. Sunday evePresident Barker is heartily in co
ning at 6:30.
operation with the cabinet and is takTliis is the last meeting before the
ing an active part in preparing for
ig Robins' campaign and everyone
the campaign. Deans Anderson and
interested is urged to be present.
Lafferty have given an hour from
class work in their departments for
.
Our Common Friends.
special meetings for the lawyers and
Abemnon (after twenty minutes) :
engineers. The whole school is ablaze
"Don't you adore Carmen?"
with spirited Interest ever the student
Tessie (in desperation) : "Oh, yes,
evangelistic revival.
and aren't postmen just too lovely for
All student activities will give way
anything?" Princeton Tiger.
to the campaign during the four days
in which it is held. Societies have
postponed their meetings so as not to
interfere with the plans outlined by
the Y. M. C. A.
The pastors of the churches of Lexington, the Commercial Club and city
Y. M. C. A. liave accepted the invitation extended by the cabinet to co
operate in the work of the revival and
will lend their personal efforts.
The power of personality, earnest
ness of purpose and eloquence of Ray
monu Robins have drawn great
crowds of students into all his meetings. Ho is one of the most success-ful- l
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JUDGE BARKER TALKS STATE LOSES IN
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Doctor Patterson Is Honored By the Class
of 1916
OUT

MAY FIFTEENTH

Henry S. Porker adPresident
dressed a large audlcnco at Labor Hall
Sunday afternoon In one of tho Bcrlcs
of lectures being delivered by prominent men to tho laboring men of Lexington. The keynote of his talk was
tho Importance of education to tho
laboring man. Ho was heard by a
representative gathering of men from
nearly every trade in the city and
also by a number of women.
In Introducing
Parker,
President
Dan Crowe, president of tho labor federations, mentioned tho high esteem
in which President Barker is hold by
tho union men of Lexington and also
of the honors ho has earned as head
of tho University.

The senior clans of tho University
1ms dedicated the 1910
Kontucklan to Dr. James K. Patterson, President Emeritus, In appreciayears of service
tion of tho forty-flvlie rhvo to tho Institution and his Interest In Its welfare; also as a sequel
to tho occasion of Doctor Patterson
having delivered an address in tho
University chapel March 7, at tho invitation of the senior class. Tho tri- ROBERT M. ALLEN
bute was agreed upon at a class meetGOES TO NEW YORK
ing Monday.
will bo Issued
Tho Kentucklan
Robert M. Allen, who has for tho
about May 15.
past sixteen years been director of
the Pure Pood Department at the ExT. C.
periment Station, has been granted a
Coach Willis T. Stewart, who has year's leave of absence and he left
been in charge of the successful ath- last week for New York, where he
letic team at Transylvania for the last will assume directorship of the labothree years, has been engaged for an- ratories and pure food work of the
other year.
Ward Bakery Company, the largest
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Harvard Registration.
place will be filled by Prof. J. O.
Official figures show a total student
registration of 6,306 at Harvard, 607
more than 1915, while the faculty with
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ENGLISH CLUB.

Tho KngHsh Club will hold Its second meeting In Professor Oantzler's
The dolmtlng team of Centre
In the Main Hullding Wedneswon from tho Stnto University room
day afternoon, March 29, at 3:30.
Friday evening lit tho
Inst
debating contest, hold annual- Professor H. F. Fnrquhnr will address
tho club.
ly among State University, TransylCollege, Georgetown Collogo and
vania
Y. M. C. A.
Centre College. This Is tho first of
theso contests that Stato has lost for
Harry Glovannoll, editor of Tho
Bovcral years, and makes Centre Col
lege of Danville, chninplons of tho Lexington Leader, spoke to tho memY. M. C. A. In tho Y. M.
association. A largo crowd attended bers of tho
C. A. rooms Sunday evening at 1:30.
the debato which proved Interesting
Mr. Glovannoll emphasized the fact
throughout. Medals will bo awarded
that tho world is growing bettor, and
to each member of tho winning team.
that it is better today than It was
Tho question debated was:
several years ago, showing tho responthat tho United States should
sibility of tho present college man.
propose the Taft plan of international
President Henry S. Darker made a
pcaco to tho other nations for adopshort talk urging tho boys to go out
tion." Tho affirmative sido of tho
from tho institution with high Idcnls
question was upheld by Centre Coland raise tho reputation of State Uni
lege with tho following team: V. I.
versity in tho eyes of tho people of
Chcblthes, Thos. H. Lockett and RobKentucky.
ert Dunn. The State University men
About fifty students nttended tho
tho negative sido
who represented
meeting. The Y. M. C. A. extends an
were O. C. Wilson, F. A. Harrison and
invitation to all students of the UniJ. V. Chamberlain.
versity and urges them to be present
The judges wero Colonel J. It. Allen, at tho Sunday evening meetings.
of Lexington, M. C. Swinford, of
and Oscar Hinton, of GeorgeUNION SOCIETY.
town.
The Union Literary Society held Its
In tho near future Georgetown College and Transylvania College, the de- weekly meeting in tho Society Hall
feated members of the association last Saturday evening at the regular meetyear, will hold a similar contest in ing hour, 7:30 p. m. Tho chief inMorrison chapel at Transylvania. terest of the meeting was the setting
The winner of that contest will meet of tho dates for the oratorical and declamatory contests. The dates selectCentre College next year.
ed are on the evenings of April 12 and
21. It is to be determined later which
JIM PARK PRAISED
of the dates will be given to the oraBY ST. LOUIS PAPER torical contest.
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Correspondents for St. Louis papers
are lavish in praising the work of
Jim Park, former University of Kentucky hurler, for the Browns, who are
on their southern training trip at present. Park went to the Browns last
year at the close of the Lexington
Colts' season and pitched a few games
which he won as handily as he formerly did on Stpll Field. Previously he
had hurled eighteen games for the
Colts, winning twelve and tleing one.
In fielding he topped all the other
slab artists in the Ohio Stato League.
Manager Fielder Jones, of the Browns,
believes in Park as do all his Kentucky friends.
In part the St. Louis Star says:
"The creditable work of Park at
Lexington attracted the attention of
Rickey and in no time Park was on
the register at the Brown's park. This
spring he Is showing up in fine stye
in the practice games and is always
right there for his share of the work.
Jim owns a sort of overhand delivery
and possesses a fast ball, coupled with
a good assortment of curves, but he
'does not rely on these balls altogether. He uses his head while on the
mound and this in the main is a good
asset, if the twirler has a brainy
noodle, which Jim has.
"In the winter Park Is a professor
in college and out of tho game looks
the part, being a bit dignified and
keeping to himself most of tho tlmo."
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Wit Every Kappa Knows.
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Sprung only 3,400,000 times.
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Allen will be called back to the Station at the end of the year's
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EDITORIAL STAFF.
J. FRANKLIN CORN
Bart N. Peak
Misi Anita Crabbe
William Shlnnick
MJm Rebeoca Smith
MoClarty Harbison
J. R. Marsh

J. T.

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Harry Melton
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Miss Elsie Heller

fittill Wood
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Managing Editor
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Locals and Law Julia Vunnrsdale. ... .Home Economics
Mechanical Herbert Graham
Fraternities
Mining Miss Anna L. Whltworth. . . .Sororities
Agriculture Miss
Patt. Hall
Elizabeth Duncan
Education
SPRING EDITION.
REPORTERS.
M. C. Finney
W. T. Cottingham
H. J. EvaiiB
The Kentucky Colonel Says:
Fails
Miss Mildred Taylor.
In tho spring our college men turn To rise; yea
BUSINESS STAFF.
Business Manager their thoughts to love nnd the
Spring
turn to thoughts of new clothes, suh. Has come.
In eithah case fathah is the goat, suh.
Spring Editorial.
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June McConnell

J. Harris

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Get This Deep One.

Though Spring has not come at Kentucky State, and
Jones: Is chemistry a hard course?
we are yet to enjoy that first sunshiny day that will bring the
Bones: O yes; nobody gets through
students out to stroll upon the bluegrass, to forget everything that department with ease.
except the little "thou beside me," we know by consulting the
Fellows, when you look way down
d
calendar that Spring is coming and the Kernel bows to the
in her deep blue eye and see yourself
custom, which says that it must write a "Spring editorial."
reflected, don't get the idea that it's a
For the last few weeks we have known we would have it to photograph. It's just a reflection.
do before long. We have seen the effects of Spring on editors
of papers of southern schools. We have watched the progress
Because you own a trunk It doesn't
of the "Spring editorial" malady as it sweeps north from the necessarily follow that you loom up
University of Mississippi, seen it engulf Vanderbilt and Ten- like an elephant in the public eye.
nessee and have looked forward to its arrival in Lexington with
Spring Cometh Tripping Lightly.
fear and apprehension. Miami to the north, evidently has an
As our beloved editor has written
early Spring, and this week the editor effuses on "Romance," his spring editorial for this issue, we
which he attempts to deny is "the attraction of sex for sex," hasten to bring forth ours. This one
but declares is the "love for the open road," etc. He fools no one. has the facts.
Spring is ye joyous season when
We have seen editors who have written serious meritorious
new clothes, young mens' fancies, the
editorials all year become infected and head their columns with
early robin, sunshine, belated snow,
sentimental "mush" that would shame a "society writer." And baseball, grip and sarsaparilla engage
the worst of it is that we realize that it is likely to get us before in a
and end up by putting
long. Old,
d
and settled in our ways as we are, we ye editor down for ye count. One
fear our young man's fancy is going to lightly turn when the goeth forth at early morn to pick daffirst warm breezes blow. Distasteful as the prospect seems fodils beside ye purling brooks and
now, we know we are due to write a "Spring editorial" this returneth at dewy eve with mud on
ye feet and a cough in ye chest. Then
season we owe it to tradition. But we are determined that it one placeth two
feet on ye radiator
won't be one of the kind our fellow editors are guilty of, so we and ye daffodil in ye
and
are getting it out of our system now before that funny Springwriteth Spring Poetry, as follows:
time feeling hits us and makes us really want to write things 0 lovely springtime,
0 yo purling brooks,
we will be ashamed of some day.
love thy subtle perfume;
to show that we are still free from infection, we make
Just
hate my horrid books.
this altogether unromantic suggestion to the management of
the University. In doing Spring housecleaning around the O spring, thou