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MILITARY EDITION

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VOL, X

COMPETITIVE

LEXINGTON.
EXAM

FOR

COAST GUARD SERVICE

KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER IS, 1917

MIAMI DOES BIG BIT

FOB FRIENDSHIP FUND ALL LOYAL U. K. GIRLS

MEET TODAY AT NOON
Four thousand three hundred and
sixty dollars in eleven hours was the
record of Miami University in the
Applicants
Should See the Student Friendship
Fund campaign, Mass Gathering of University
Commandant Before
Women in Patriotic
held there recently.
Four thousand
December 17
Meeting
dollars was the allotment of the
OFFICERS TO GET $1,700 University, which overpledged this ARE YOU A SLACKER?
amount $360, within eleven hours.
Captain H. M. Royden, command- Ninety per cent, of the faculty and
Are you a slacker? This epithet
ant, has received from the Custom student body contributed to the fund. will be applied to every girl In the
House, Baltimore, Md., Information
University who does not attend the
concerning the qualifications necesSTRONG ALABAMA TEAM mass meeting at noon today, in
sary for young men who seek apchapel.
The meeting will begin
pointments as cadets of the line and
promptly at 12:05, and will close
PLAYS CATS SATURDAY
cadet engineers in the Coast Guard.
promptly at 12:30.
Students will
Any one seeking such offices should
sit by classes, class rolls will be in
confer immediately
with Captain Weight and Record Gives Odds the hands of the presidents, and
Royden.
slackers will be noted.
To Visiting Team From
A competitive
examination
for
This meeting is held as the last
the South
both branches of service will be held
drive in the Student Friendship
December 17. This examination will TO BE HARD
FOUGHT GAME Fund campaign. The fund is still
cover modern languages,
history,
undersubscribed.
Patterson Hall
mathematics and engineering.
A
The Wildcats will face one 6f the girls have averaged higher in their
rigid physical examination will also best teams seen
here this year when subscriptions than town girls. There
be given.
are 270 girls in the University, with
the heavier, more experienced team
The requirements for applicants
115 of these in Patterson Hall. Lexfor the line are age, 18 to 24; mini- from the University of Alabama ar- ington is noted for the generosity
mum height, five feet six Inches. rives to furnish their part of the and patriotism of its men. Are its
They will receive $500 a year, with Wildcat menu.
girls slackers?
one ration dally while in training.
All who have already subscribed
Alabama has lost but one game
The age limit for the cadet engineers this season and that to Kentucky's to the fund are expected to come to
is from 20 to 25, a college course in
mass meeting as. they will be
rival, Vanderbilt.
This was called the
engineering is necessary, and the pay
particularly interested. Those who
is $75 a month, with one ration daily the best, hardest fought game the have not subscribed will be given
McGugin team has played this year. this opportunity.
or 45 cents a day.
More than 400 of
The courses of study at the Coast It is admitted that the Alabama team the sons of the University have enGuard Academy, New London, Conn., outplayed the Vandy boys in nearly tered the service of the country. This
requires three years for a cadet of every part of the game. In the third Is the test for its daughters. They
the line and one year for a cadet enquarter Vanderbilt was unable to are called on to sacrifice not life, but
gineer. Upon graduation from the
Today's action
some little pleasure.
academy, the cadets are commission- make a first down against them. will decide whether the girls of the
ed by the President as third lieuten- They completed eight passes out of University of Kentucky are as loyal
ants, which rank is equivalent to the fourteen attempts tor a total dis- to its traditions and their governsecond lieutenant in the army or tance of 106 yards. Vanderbilt made ment as the boys.
ensign in the navy. When commis- one pass of seven yards. They made
sioned, the officer's salary will- - be first downs sixteen times to Vandy's U. K. MAN IN SERVICE
$1,700 a year.
seven. They tied Sewanee 3 to 3,
STILL A CARTOONIST
The battalion of the University and defeated the University of Mishas been measured to the last man, sissippi and Mississippi College.
Herbert Felix, alumnus of the
and the Kaufman Clothing Co. has
After such a record the Alabamans University, now in the Kentucky
rushed out the orders for uniforms. look rather formidable, but the fight- Signal Corps of the 8th Division,
They hope soon to have the battalion ing spirit of the Wildcats is to .be Camp Shelby, Mississippi, has been
properly garbed in the olive drab, but considered.
made associate editor of the Liberty
weekly
due to the disturbed conditions, they
Division
The game Saturday will probably Quard, a 38th
are in no position to say when the be the hardest fought on Stoll Field newspaper.
A copy of the Guard recently reuniforms will be completed.
this season. There has never been
With lectures on Monday and such pep In the rooters' section; ceived by Ezra A. Gillis contains a
Thursday by Captain Royden, West there has never been a green team in clever cartoon by Felix, entitled,
Point graduate, and practical experi- the school that fought as they have "Could She But See Him Now." It
ence in drill maneuvers on Tuesday, fought.
Kentucky's stride into the pctures a solitary sentry standing
Wednesday and Friday, the thirty-eig- affairs of the S. I. A. A. has made guard on a hill-to- p
as the sun rises
juniors and seniors enrolled in an impression and Kentucky has up over the hill. Under the cartoon
the Reserve Officers' Training Corps often proved herself worthy of con- Felix has penned the following
are gradually becoming well trained sideration in the championship race. lines:
Alabama outweighs Kentucky in "When moonlight o'er the soughing
in the intricate business of fighting.
pine
line and backfleld. Their line averages 175 pounds, the backfleld 165. In soft efQugence gleams,
DR. M VEY AT ENGLISH CLUB
From 190 pounds to 155 is the range R. Angellne, R. Lady Mine,
and Dost thou remember Jeams?"
The line-u- p
The regular monthly meeting of of the weights.
(With apologies to Thackeray).
the English Club will be held Mon- weights follow: Lowman, 1. e. 170;
day evening, at 8 o'clock, at the home Rowe, 1. t. 180; Brown, 1. g. 190;
On reply to the letters sent out
of Dean Anna J. Hamilton oa South Session, c. 170; Johnson, r. g. 180; by the Registrar with the question,
Limestone.
Dr. Frank McVey will Captain Hovater, r. t. 185; Hastings, "Do you wish a Christmas letter?"
speak to the club, and the meeting r. e. 165; Stovers, q. b. 155; Einmett, Felix printed across the copy of the
will give an opportunity to all the 1. h. 157; Stephenson, f. b. 168; Quard received here, in large letters,
"Christmas Letters? Yes, indeed."
Members to meet President McVey.
O'Connor, r. h. 163.
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No. 10

SOLDIERS SENT CANDY
BY PATT. HALL GIRLS CRIPPLED

CATS LOSE

Girls of Patterson Hall contributTO MISSISSIPI TEAM
ed more than $10 for candy to be
sent by the Girls' Honor Guard of
Lexington to the United States troops
An Unlucky Stumble Prevents
in France for Christmas. The candy
the Wildcats From
is all homemade.
It will be packed
Scoring
in tin boxes and sent November 15,
in order to reach France for ChristPLAY
FEATURES
mas in good shape. Miss Jane Craw- OPEN
ford had charge of the money and
Open play on the part of both
candy making from Patterson Hall.
teams, the broken field running of
the A. & M. backs, and the usual exhibition of Kentucky's ends in runREFORM EOR CARE OF
ning down on punts, were the features of the game at Starksville, SatFEEBLE-MINDEHEEDED urday, when the Wildcats were deD
feated 14 to 0.
In the scecond quarter Wllhelm
Dr. Johnson Tells of Danger punted and the ever ready Riddle
was down on the Aggie before he
From Feebleminded in
could move. The tackled man fumKentucky
bled the ball, and Heber was there
to pick it up. With a lead of 15
$300,000 BEING USED NOW
yards on the nearest pursuer, and a
Dr. Alexander Johnson, represent- clear field to the goal, the fast little
ing the Kentucky Commission on end stumbled and lost the great
A Wildcat recovered the
chance.
spoke in chapel
Feeblemindedness,
ball but the chance to score was lost.
Tuesday on the feebleminded in KenTwo splendid forward passes by
tucky. He appealed to the boys pres- the Mississippi team marked its only
ent to use their influence with their advantage over the Wildcats in the
legislators for reforms within the first half. The usual stiffening attiState in the care of the feeble- tude assumed by the Wildcats whenminded.
ever their goal was threatened preDr. Johnson said: "The State of vented a score by the heavier team
Kentucky was the fourth to have a in the first half. Near the end of
school for the feebleminded, but it the second period, a forty-yar- d
run
has gone no farther. We spend by a Mississippi back, and a success$300,000 within the State for this ful pass placed the ball on the
work, and get nothing for it. Difd
line as the whisferent methods are needed now for tle blew.
Today we
treating this problem.
Evidently the stubborn resistance
realize that it is not only necessary by the famed Wildcats to the atto train the feebleminded, but they tacks of the Aggies put a stronger
must be kept under control always.
spirit of determination into the op"The feebleminded are like chil- posing team, and Captain Bobo led
dren, immature in mind. They are his team back on the field at the
found in the public schools, where sound of the third whistle in a difthey stay in one grade until they ferent state of mind. Then he beoutgrow the furniture. Then they gan a series of passes, rapid and
are advanced. They are found in generally successful, which took the
reformatories. Most of the delin- ball to the Wildcats'
d
line
quents are really feebleminded and again. Two plunges thru the line
They by the ripping Aggie backs resultshould be treated as such.
are found in hospitals for the in- ed in a touchdown in spite of the
sane, where no distinction is made
spirit of the blue and
between feeblemindedness
and in- white team. Howell kicked goal.
sanity.
The withdrawal of Captain Bobo
"The problem is how to prevent and the work of his successor Leontheir increase, for they are increas- ard in line bucking and repeated ating. It has been proved that feeble- tacks on Kentucky's harried line
mindedness is inherited. The chil- brought another touchdown in the
dren of feebleminded parents are in- fourth auarter.
The goal was
variably feebleminded.
From this kicked.
affliction follow crimes of all kinds.
In a last desperate endeavor to
The remedy is in taking proper care score, Kentucky uncorked her botof the feebleminded we have now tle of forward passes and threaten- No
and preventing their increase.
more money is needed than is alContinued on Page 3
ready appropriated for this use, but
MISS SWEENEY TO SPEAK.
wiser methods must be adopted.
"At present $65,000 of the $300,-00- 0
Miss Mary E. Sweeney will adgoes to the school at Frankfort.
dress the Home Economics Club at
Some is used in the asylums, some
its regular meeting Monday
in reformatories aad alms houses,
in chapel. Miss Sweeney will
which include feebleminded among bring a message fram Hoover. This
All this shoald be will ha aa open meeting, and all Unitheir inmates.
Ken-tuckia-

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STRAND
Roll of Honor
The list of University men In service, which the registrar has been collecting, is growing fast. Christmas
greetings will be sent from the University to each of its sons in service.
The
of the students in
compiling this list is asked.
The list up to date follows:
Acton, Carl B. 10th Co. O. R. T. C,
Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
Adams, W. M. Aviation Corps,
Adamson, Kenneth Frazlor Captain
Infantry U. S. R., American Expeditionary Forces.
Albert, Russell F. Instructor In R
O. T. C, Eng. Corps, Chattanooga,
Te'nn.
Allen, Elmer B. 2nd Ky. Infantry.
Allen, William O., '08 1st Lt. 5th
Co. E. O. R. C, Ft. Leavenworth,
Kansas.
Allender, Harry B. Good Samaritan
Hospital No. 40.
Alloway, Fred, Jr. 2nd Lt., Camp
Taylor, Ky.
Armstedt, William C, '14 Lt. 309th
Engineers, Camp Taylor, Ky.
Amburgy, Lawrence, '16 Hattles- burg, .Miss.
Ammennan, Walter H., '12 2nd Co.
164 Depot Brigade, Camp Funs-toKansas.
Amoss, Harold L. Capt. M. O. R. C.
Rockefeller Instruction School for
Medical Officers, N. Y.
Anderson, Harry P. 1st Lt. Eng.
Corps, U. S. R. Am. Expeditionary
Force.
Archer, B. M. Aviation Corps.
Atkins, J. W., '14 1st Lt. E. O.
n,

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Hanson, M. Taylor Aviation SecNew York.
Ft. Niagara, N. Y.
Brown, Coleman T. Gettysburg, Pa.
tion R. C.
T. C, Doyle, Martin L '04
Brown, S. H. 12th Inf. O. R.
Higdon, Wm. H. 159th Rgt. Ky.
2nd Lt. of EnFt. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
Inf., Camp Taylor, Ky.
Hart, Aubrey M. Battery A., 138th
gineers, U. S. Coast Guards.
Field Art., Camp Shelby, Miss.
Brown, George S., '05 Q. M. C. Duck, C. Curtis
Hill, George H., '17
Base Hospital No.
Truck Co. 134, Camp Bowie, Fort
Hart, Derrill W., '12 Baso Hospital Hill, James 11th Pennsylvania Iiif.
32.
Worth, Texas.
Hill, John P. 2nd Lt. 149th Inf.,
Unll 40.
Dugan, F. Clarke
1st Lt. 308th EnHattiesburg, Miss.
Hatter, E. P., '16 1st Lt. 336 Inf.,
Brown, L. C. Quartermaster U. S.
gineers, Camp Sherman, Ohio.
Hilllard, C. D. U. S. M. Corps.
Camp Taylor, Ky.
S. Cumberland, Norfolk, Va.
Duncan, D. M., Jr. 12th Co. Inf.,
Co. 96.
Hayes, Lorenzo G. 113th Engineers
Browning, J. K '08 Ordnance Dep.
Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind.
Hillsman, GeorgeCo. C. 3rd Ky.
Corps, Hattlo3burg, Miss.
Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Dunn, Charles Ft. Leavenworth,
Hays, R. B '17 U. S. Navy.
Inf.
Pa.
Kan.
Heath, Robert M., '16 Co. A. 336 Hlnes, H. K. Ft. Benjamin HarriBrunson, R. Lee Naval Academy, Elder, Eugene Co. B. Signal Corps,
son, Ind.
Inf., Camp Taylor, Ky.
Annapolis, Md.
Ky.
Ilelck, Frank Ft. Benjamin Harri- Hlte, Paul U. S. Naval Reserve,
Elliott, P. P. U. S. A. Artillery.
Co. 22 F. Hosp.
Buckman, Webster
Newport, R. I.
son, Ind.
2nd R. O. T. C, Ft.
Corps, M. O. T. C, Ft. Oglcsthorpe, Estill, Robert
Hendricks, Elijah C 79th Fiold Hodges, J. A., '17 U. S. Army,
Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
Ga.
Service, Garden City,
Aviation
Art. 21st Cavalry, Fort Riley, Kan.
Evans, Horndon, 2nd Ky. Inf. NaBurg3, Geo. G. Camp Taylor, Ky.
Long Island, N. Y.
Horndon, John T. Co. G. 149th Inf.,
tional Guard Sup. Co.
Burr, Duke Bowden, '13 Co. 89,
Camp Shelby, Miss.
23rd Bn. 159th Depot Brigado, Ewell, George Watkins Major Inf.,
Conti lued on Psge ft
Howltt, John M. Co. O. 2nd Indiana
Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y.
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Inf., East Chicago, Ind.
Dyers, James E. 3rd Co. E. O. R. C, Farmer, Harry 2nd Lt. 5Sth Inf.
Hoymnn, Lawrence
2nd Lt. 336th
Regt. U. S. Army.
Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.
Inf., Camp Taylor, Ky.
f
Faulkner, Robert Camp Taylor, Ky.
Byrd, Carl B. 7th Cavalry, U. S.
$1.0) Per Year
Hicks, Herbert E. U. S. S. PennsylFears, John C, '10 Co. A. 336th
Army.
vania, Div. 5, care Postmaster,
Per Copy
Inf.
Carson, D. Creswell, Co. B. 9th Div.
Felix, Douglas D. 1st Lt. Inf. N. A.
Camp Stewart, El Paso, Texas.
War Dept. Provost Marshall's OfClarke, Carter W. Co. B. 113th Bn.
A
fice, Washington, D. C.
Ky. Signal Corps, Camp Shelby,
Felix, Herbert, '16 Co. B. 113 SigMiss.
nal Bn., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Clarke, J. T. Enlisted in army Oct.
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Cleveland, Leslie U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.
Clements, Earl 2nd R. O. T. C, Ft.
Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
Coleman, James T. Agt. Co. K. 336
Infantry, Camp Taylor, Ky.
Coleman, Levi O., '14 23rd Engineering Corps, Camp Meade, Md.
R. C.
Collins, William, '12 Capt. U. S.
Atkins, Presley, Capt. 30th Bn. 159th
R. Cav., 2nd Caisson Co., 309 Am.
Depot Brigade, Camp Taylor, Ky.
Tr., Camp Taylor, Ky.
kuxier, John F. Good Samaritan Cook, S. W. 2nd Lt. Engineers,
Hospital Unit No. 40.
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Averitt, Clarence Co. A. 336 Inf., Cooke, Samuel E., '15 2nd Lt. 84th
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Div., 309 Eng. Rgt., Camp Taylor,
Barbee, R. C. 4th BttUcv.Y, F. A.,
Ky.
'Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
Corn, Charles T., Jr. 2nd Lt. InBatsel; Max C, '15 Signal Corps.
fantry, Camp Taylor, Ky.
Bauer, George U. S. Marines.
Corn, J. Franklin, 10th Co. Inf. R. O.
Baute, E. A. 3rd Co. Coast ArtilT. C, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
lery, Ft. Washington, Md.
Cottrell, Harry Co. I. 336th Inf.,
Beam, Henry J., '19 Sgt. 38 Div.
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Co. B. 113 F Signal Battalion,
Cox, James R.
Battery B. 326 F. A.,
Miss.
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Bennett, J. H. 3rd Co. Coast Artil- Coyle, T. F. 30th Inf. Band, U. S.
lery, Ft. Washington, Md.
Army, Syracuse, N. Y.
Blaker, E. T., '14 4th Battery Field Cregor, Charles S. M. G. Co. 2nd
' Artillery, T.
Ky. Inf., Camp Shelby, Miss.
R., Plattsburg, Miss.
Blevins, Chas. E., '14 Aviation Fly- Crump, Henry E. 309 H. D. Troop,
er. Add: Tech. Y. M. C. A., At- -'
84th Div., Camp Taylorr, Ky.
lanta, Ga.
Cuttler, Thomas H. Capt. 5th Co.
Bornstraeger, Henry 2nd Lt. Inf.
R. O. T. C, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.
U. S. Navy.
24th P. T. Bn. 159 Depot Brigade, Danforth, Edward
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Darnaby, E. IL, '15 120th Aero
Botto, Larry Lynn 5th Co. G. A.
Supply Squadron, Kelly Field, San
C:, Ft. Stark, New Hampshire.
Antonio, Texas.
Branson, D. P., '07 Capt. 6th Bn. David, R. L. 24th Ambulance Co.,
159 Depot Brigade, Campt TayU. S. A.
lor, Ky.
Davidson, L. C. R. O. T. C, Ft
Brewer, Lee, '08 1st Lt. Fid. Art.
Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
U. S. R., American Expeditionary
Davis, John C. R. O. T. C, Ft. Ben
Forces.
jamin Harrison, Ind.
Bridges,
Leonard C
'10 Camp Decker, Elmer H. 12th Inf., R. O
Meigs, Washington, D. C.
T. C, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind
Brlggs, George Waverly
138 Field Dickerson, Charles B. Battery B.,
Artillery, Battery B., Camp Shel326 Field Art., Camp Taylor, Ky.
by, Miss.
112th Inf.,
Dobbs, George Whipple
Bromagen, Jerry 2nd Lt. O. R. C,
Co. B., Georgia,
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Dodd, D. J. Ft. Sheridan Training
Brooke,
Camp.
Minotte,
'15
Merchant
Downing,
Marines.
John Good
Samaritan
Browder, Leon E. 2nd Lt. Co. A.
Hospital Unit No. 40.
336 Inf., Camp Taylor, Ky.
Doyle, Justin L., '13 R. O. T. C,
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Forman, Howard
Fonter, Daniel G. Bakery Co. 26;
Camp Taylor, Ky.
Fvyc, Kenneth C, '17 Co. A. 23rd
Camp Meade, Md.
'14 Lt. 110th
Galther, Donald
Eng. Tr. 35th Div., Ft. Sill, Okla.
Galther, Edgar B. Capt. 5th Co. R.
Kan.
O. T. C, Ft. Leavenworth,
Gallaher, Raymond W. Co. C. 331
M. G. Bn. 86th Div., Camp Grant,
Rockport, 111.
Galloway, Finnell W. 12th Inf. Co.
G., T. C, Ft. Benjamin, Harrison,
Ind.
Lt. Coast
Galloway, Floyd Emerson
Artillery, 31st Regt., Ft. McKln-leP. I.
Gardner, A. M. Marine Barracks,
Washington, D. C.
Gibson, J. M. 2nd Lt'., Camp Taylor, Ky.
Glenn, Howard E. Sgt. Co. G. 149
Inft. 38th Div., Camp Shelby, Miss.
Gould, Louis P. Navy Hospital
Corps.
Gordon, Charles W. Co. E. 6th Rgt.,
Washington
Barracks, Washington, D. C.
Grabfelder, Earl, Machine Gun Replacement Bn., 28th Inf. U. S.
Army.
Grady, Clyde Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.
Graham, Herbert, '16
Graham, James H. On staff of Chief
Eng. of Lines of Communication,
American Expeditionary Forces.
Grannis, James K., '08 Construction Div. Signal Corps, McCook
Field, Dayton, O.
Green, R. M., '17 Aviation Training
School, San Diego, Cal.
Gregory, Hardin Quartermaster Department, Newport,
Grehen, Robert J. Base Hospital,
13th' Div., Camp Taylor, Ky.
Guerrant, R. H., '08 Safety Eng.,
Arsenal, Ordnance
Rock Island
Dept., Rock Island, 111.
Gullfoile, James E. Trench Mortar
Battalion, Camp Shelby, Miss.
D.
19th Bn.
Wallace
Hamilton,
159th Depot Brigade, Camp Taylor, Ky.
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Woman's Panhellcnlc Association,
Of tho University,
held a patriotic
InnsB meeting at Patterson HaU Saturday night, when the $100 pledged
y Panhollenlc to the Student Frlonrt-jdil- p
War Knnil was formally presented, and tho scholarship cup awarded.
Tho cup was won by Chi Omega,
ivhlch had an average of 89.88 for
Alpha Camtna
tho year 11)17-1Delta came next with an avcrago of
89.84. After this came Kappa Delta,
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Alpha XI
Delta.
Mrs. Alary Love Collins, national
president of Chi Amoga, addressed
the gathering on tho subject of "Pa8.

afternoon In Chapel,
L. Southwlck, President Hmcr-so- n
Dr H.
School of Oratory, of Boston, In
u superb reading of King Lear, Interested about 300 students for more
On Tuesday

thnn an hour.
Dr. Southwlck, somo thirty-flv- c
years ago, lectured to the students
of tho University and was highly appreciated; but since that time he
has become famous, and Tuesday ho
returned to the same rostrum, a man
with a worldwide reputation, to which
the student body did full justice by
turning out In a mass and filling the
chapel
until there was scarcely

triotism."

After the patriotic

pro-

gram, tho meeting was converted
Into a dance, where the girls took the
part of men. This meeting was held
in place of tho annual Panhellcnlc
banquet.
HON VI RE RALLY TO HE

HELD FRIDAY NIGHT

standing room.

p

In tho course of the afternoon, Dr
nine of the
presented
Southwlck
scenes of this tragedy,
principal
which by some is considered Shakespeare's greatest, especially in grim
His imperand titanc suffering.
character of the aged
sonation of the
king, the fool and that most beautiful of Shakespeare's feminine creaMany
tions, Cordelia, was perfect.
impersonators go beyond bounds in
tho interpretation of the character
of Lear, but not so with Southwlck,
who always seemed to keep before
the minds of his audience the fact
that Lear was not insurably Insane
king
and that all times he was a
and every inch a king.

FIRST "K" DANCE IS
A DECIDED SUCCESS

If you have ever been near a bon
fire rally on the campus, you need
only to read this first paragraph. If
you have nover enjoyed that privilege, read further. There will be a
bonfire football rally Friday night at
7:30 in the hollow back of the old
dormitory.
To the Freshmen it may be stated
that no gathering on the campus is
so thoroly pleasurable and hilarious
as a fire rally. Thero the interest
in the team and school reaches its
acme. There the school orators soar
heights,
to heretofore unknown
there the captain of the team is
cheered the longest and the loudest.
There the heart grows as warm from Shanklin
pep as the face does from tho rising
And speaking of flames! Wilhelm
flames.
Know those old tar barrels behind
They are doom- DIshinnn
the Civil building?
ed to. cromation.

year
Tho first "K" dance of tho
Friday evening, November DERATING BOOKS PUT
was given
The dance was
ON LIBRARY SHELVES
9, in Buell Armory.
largely attended by the students and
go
The University Library has recenttheir friends. The proceeds will
ly received several new titles in the
to the benefit of the 1918
"Debaters' Handbook Series." These
and Mrs. books give briefs, references and
The chaperones were, Dr.
readings on subjects of the day and
Boyd, Captain and Mrs. Iloyden,
good reference material for deand Mrs. Lafferty, Dean Anna are
Judge
and Mrs. baters.
J. Hamilton, Professor
The following subjects are coverZembrod, Mrs., S. H. Harbison, Miss
Hopkins. ed by tho recent volumes:
Adelaide Crane and Miss
Agricultural credit, American
was, Tllford
Tho floor committee
marlno, capital punidhment,
and Henry
Wilson, Headloy Shouse
employment of women, free trade
Richards.
and protection, income tax, prison
reform, trade unions.
a
Tho second volume of the Univer
has
sity Debaters' Annual (1915-1It
also been added to the Library.
WEDDINGS
records tho work of debaters In the
principal American colleges and uniAmong tho subjects in
versities.
Intercluded in this number aro:
national Polico, Compulsory Military
WAITT.
TKA11
Sorvlco, City Manager Plan, National
Miss Kathorlno Trapp and Lieu- Prohibition.
tenant Aldon II. Waitt woro married
TEAMS AT COLUMBIA.
Sunday afternoon at "Eothen," tho IJAYOXKT
Bayonet fighting is to bo tnught
Redd.
country homo of Mrs. Ollvor
at Columbia. Teams will bo formed,
Lloutonant Waitt will bo stationed and contests botween tho bayonet
at Camp Taylor in Louisvlllo for and sabor teams will bo staged. This
some time and will probably bo sent promises to furnish as much oxcito- ment as class football gamos.
to Franco somo timo this winter.
n.

mer-ohu- nt

6)

.,

(Continued from Pago One.)
od tho Aggies' goal several times
Tho threatened ones braced, how
ever, and no score was mndo. How- oil, of Mississippi, tried a field goal
In this quarter, but railed, and tho
whistle ended tho game.
Kentucky's defonslvo was up to a
high standard and tho offensive, the
despair of somo rooters, was bettor
than In several past games. A total
of 200 yards was gained on tho Mississippi team. Riddlo was responsible for most of this. Ho and Hcber
woro the stars.
At tho end of tho game another
beautiful chance to score was ruined
by the whistle.
After a long pass
from Baugh to Pullen the ball was
placed on the
line of the Aggies In Kentucky's possession on the
first down. Everybody was up In
the air and the Wildcats confess
they had evil thoughts as to their
subsequent actions, when tho whistle
blew, and all was over.
The summary and llnc-ufollow:
A. &. M.
Kentucky.
Dempsoy
Hurst
Center
Oswalt
Bastin
'
Right Guard
Murphree
East
Right Tackle
Billingsly
Heber
Right End
Kelley
D. Downing
Left Guard
Morris
Moore
Left Tackle
Allen
Hedges
Left End
Howell
Riddle

Quarterback
Leonard

(Continued from Page One.)

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devoted to one cducntlonnl Institution, with proper facilities for separating tho men and women Into two
colonies, with suitable employment
and recreation for both. Hero they
should remain as long as they live.
"A feebleminded person is more
dangerous thnn ono insane. For direct assault Is far better than the
decadence of citizenship, and such
a danger confronts the country now.
Two questions should be asked your
legislators, 'What aro you going to
do about tho feebleminded?
When
arc you going to do it?' "

Kentucky
'.rittaln for Hedges; Walker for
Baugh
for DIshman;
Shanklin;
Adair for Wilhelm; Bobo for Leon
ard; Perry for McCullen; Oakes for
East.
Officials: Thomas, Purdue, ref
eree; Lang, Oklahoma, umpire; BI1- ling3ley, head linesman.
Sanders, Howell.
Touchdowns
Sanders,
Goals from touchdowns
Howell.
XOTKS OP THE GAME.
Eighty-fiv- e
in tho shade and no
Tho same old jmssissippi- shade!
Maybe the Aggies were
U. K. story.
more used to it than tho Wildcats.

Plucky Brit had to get In. It
would take two bad legs to keep him
out.
No green team wo have heard of
this year gets tho praise tho Wild
cats do for their liuru piaying
against odds. It's tho spirit.

Well, no students came back from
Starksvillo In tho same mood as they
did from Danville.
Life is just ono big gamo after
another for us. No Wildcat conllnos
his proylng activities to rabbits.

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