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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Formerly THE IDEA

University of Kentucky
VOL. VIII.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FEB. 24 1916,

MOZART QUINTET IN

THE ETERNAL DRAMA.

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TENN., 28; KY., 17.
The Kentucky

State team lost to
University of Tennessee, five,
the
last night in a somewhat loosely
contested game. The Kentucky boys
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played under the disadvantage of a
game and a trip to Louisville the day
before, and seemed to be playing below their usual form throughout the
contest. Hart played his customary
star game. Gumbert, at guard, and
Ireland at forward, showed up well.
At the beginning of the first half
Kentucky started off with a rush, but
the Volunteers rallied and at the end
of the half the score stood
in
Tennessee's favor. Of Kentucky's five
leld goals Ireland threw three and
Hart two.
Kentucky played a more consistent
game in the second half but was unable to locate' the basket for more
than seven points, although 25 attempts to Tennessee's 22 were made.
Longworth was substituted for Ireland and George Zerfoss for Server
in the last half.
Tho Wildcats play Maryvillo at the
Auditorium Saturday and tho regular
line-uwill probably start the game.
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KENTUCKIAN NOTICE.
The snap-sho- t
editor of tho Kontuck-Inn- ,
Lawrence Heyman, has issued another call to amateur photographers.
Remember, any
of scones
or persons about tho campus aro acceptable.
There will be an Important meeting
of tho Kontuckian Btaff Thursday aft-- '
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock.
HERBERT GRAHAM,
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CHAPEL PROGRAM TO

TWO SEATS ARE FREE

BASEBALL SCHEDULE OE

with your

BE GIVEN BY Y. W.C. A.

Can you read what the flame fingers
write?
Docs each separate coal show tho ul
timate goal
Of the game you are playing tonight?
You would know were you wise that
as each one dies
So must you and tho love that you
bear;
But tho ashes of gray will live on for
aye,
In the
heart of despair.

Musical Program Will Be Prize Is Offered For An
Second Number of
Original Program
Lyceum Course
Design
The Mozart Quintet will present a
s
program of
musical entertainment in chapel this "afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Thls Is the second number of the lyceum course, which Is
being- presented under the management 'of Professor E. F. Farquhar,
and this number Is substituted In
place of Dr. Fred Wolle, who was unable to come.
This organization has a reputation
for the superior programs it presents
and for the finished manner of its recitals.
The players wear elaborate
and expensive costumes which are
correctly designed after the fashions
of the period of the life of .the great
composer, Mozart, after which the
company is named. Tljis Is a rare opportunity for the students, to hear a
musical program of real merit and It
is believed that many will take ad
vantage of it. Tickets may be obtaln- MR
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the business office.

sit by tho fire
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No. 21

Stroller precedents are being disregarded dally and Stroller records are
going to be smashed when "Father
and tho Boys" Is presented some time
in March. Instead of tho rehearsals
which are held at Patterson Hall affording an opportunity for a good time
So be happy and gay; it may be but a
for those who" are out for the play,
day
as has been the custom heretofore,
Till the fires of your being congeal.
the cast and tlie stage manager are
For the streaked aureole round her
hard at work and are going into the
gossamer soul
rehearsals as if they meant business.
You have bartered a precious ideal;
This tends to get rid of those who are
uie vuwa urn,
l. u ,l )uu
not In earnest and to leave only the
only but knew
very best talent.
Have proved false in the ages long
By a severe process of elimination
Past.
auu an iiupuruiu uuu Hinuujr lair at- - It-- the game trag,c play in tfae same
tltude toward each person who is try
comic way,
ing out, Stage Manager Shinnick has
But it's staged with a different cast.
a good idea of who is really fit for
S. W.
each partand no. one will be given a
place because of his popularity or because of his former record if there is 32-2DEFEAT GIVEN
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some one else who can act that part
better. By the end of this week the
LOUISVILLE BY STATE
cast will be selected and the names
of the players will be announced in
the daily papers Sunday. Watch for
Kentucky Championship Is
it.
Tied Up By This
There are still several people out
Victory
for some of the parts and each one is
still working to "win.

Jubilee Celebration At Stu- - Eight Games of Eleven Are
To Be Played On
dent Gathering
Friday
Stoll Field
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Some of these warm days the announcement of the complete schedule
As a part of its Jubilee celebration,
causes the old baseball players and
the State University Y. W. C. A. will the new
aspirants to become restive
have chargo of the student chapel ex- and ere long
spheroid
the
ercises Friday morning, February 2t". will be seen fitting
here and there
Miss Elizabeth Farra, president of across
the armory, campus and Stoll
the association, will preside over the Yield
exercises, and Miss Helen Burkholder,
One of the strongest programs in
chairman of the music committee, will years has been arranged by
Coach
direct a student choir in the Jubilee
The resumption of games with
songs.
Centre and Georgetown Colleges, anThe program will consist of four cient rivals and
crowd producers, and
historical sketches, outlining the de- - the large number of
conference teams
velopment of Y. w. C. A. work in the
slated are the outstandJng features
past nrty. years.
The season w, ope( ag lt hag many
Association
Work Among City times before with the Mlchlgan game
Girls, Miss Vivian DeLaine.
0hio state
Western Reserve
and
"Student
Work," Miss Rebecca ,,,
,u
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Smlth.
battles here. None of these teams
"Rural Associations,"
Miss Marie except Michigan have appeared here
Becker.
in a good many years. Another ap"Foreign Associations," Miss Mary pearance
of the Chinese University of
Howard.- Hawaii Is also carded.
Lexington
"Pioneers' Day," Sunday, February fans are fortunate in having eight
of
27, wil lbe a demonstration of the loy- eleven games played on Stoll Field.
alt'y of the alumnae
of State who
The complete schedule follows:
founded the local association. At the
April 8 University of Michigan at
joint meeting with the Y. M. C. A. at Lexington.
Patterson Hall at 6:45, .Miss Aubyn April 18 Georgetown College at
Clllnn who was once president of the Lexington.
stat eY- w- - and ,Miss Elizabeth
April
Ohio State at LexingWallis, one of the founders, will ton.
speak.
April 26 Western Reserve at Lexington.
Georgetown knocks out
April
Tennessee at Knoxville.
T. C. CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES.
May 3 Centre at Danville.
May 8 Georgetown at Georgetown.
Georgetown College defeated Tran- May 12 Chinese University at Lexsylvania College in a hard fought baa- ketball game at the Transylvania gym- - ington.
May 18 DePauw at Lexington.
nasium Tuesday night by a score of
28 to 20.
Georgetown has already
Maj 26 Centre at Lexington.
been defeated twice this season by
the Wildcat tossers, which eliminates
both Georgetown and T. C. from the DR. A. W. FORTUNE
State championship race.

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The enthusiasm of the cast is unusual and has already begun to be
State's basketball five journeyed to
felt among the other students. The Louisville Tuesday to meet the Uni- Stroller play and the Junior Prom are versity of Louisville five and attoned
two events of the year for which the for an earlier defeat of 28 to 22 here
wise ones make their dates weeks on February 12( by defeating the
ahead of time and many already have FaHa Clty squad 32 to 24, thus tieing
their dates with the fair ones for the up tho state championship, as both
Stroller play whenever it shall be. teams have defeated all other Ken- The fact that all the students are In- - tucky opponents.
terested in the effort of the Strollers
The game was featured by numer-tpresent a play each year in the ous fouia on eacu alde Louisville reY. W. C. A.
name of the school was shown by ports state that lt waa one of the fagt.
NOTICE, JUNIORS!
the way they crowded into the chapel ost gamea seon there' this season. Out
All Juniors who have not yet filled
for tho Amateur Night performance of nlneteen attempts from fouls, Hart,
out their achievement cards for this "Pupils In the School of the
last fall. With the added training of stato mado twelve polnts and Mc.,
year's annual are requested to meet
Great Teacher" Is
which tho actors will receive before, Caiob locatodt
the basket fourteen! mo In
Subject
the rooms of the Department
"Father and the Boys" is put on, theyltlmoa lu twenty-llvpitches from the'
of Journalism Friday at chapol hour.
will have something that will make fouj uno
If these cards aro not turned in with- - JUBILEE
them all sit up and take notice. The
State outplayed tho Louisville boys In
tho next few days tho achievements
aciors aro learning uieir uues quic- - on tholr own flom. IlU thQ wav throuch.
Dr. A. W. Fortune, pastor of the
of Juniors cannot bo gotten ready in
lv
Maxwell Street Christian Church, adCaptain Zorf oss's crow have finally do- timo for the annual.
dressed the regular meeting of the
The Strollers want a snappy cover volopod a finished machine, and they
F. T. STREET,
Y. W. C. A. of Stato University at
design that Is appropriate for tho son- - had little trouble In breaking up tho
Junior Editor.
Patterson Hall, Sunday evoning at
vonir programs which will bo- given onnosition missing which showed un
out at tho performance, and'havo of- - to such an advantago in their game land Roctonwald (6), forwards; Dan- - 0:45.
Dr. Fortune spoko on tho subject,
fered a prize of two first floor tickets hero,
iols (0), conter; Terry (0) and Mc- "Pupils in tho School of tho Great
to tho person who submits tho host! Sinco tho game Tudsday night Caleb 14) guards.
design. Tho size should be in propor- places the championship in doubt, Dr.
Stato G. Zerfoss (2) and Hart (20), Teacher," and outlined the lessons
tion to 5x7 and should bo in black and Tlgort said that ho would bo willing forwards; Server (10), center; Gum- - which should bo learned in tho school
white. All designs must bo submitted to meet tho. Cardinals on any floor bort (0) and K. Zerfoss (Captain 0),!' Hfo as service, sacrifice and faith.
Ho urged tho women of the Univerto James McConnell, business
that may bo decided upon, for tho guards.
and must bo in his hands by Stato title. It is hoped that a gamo
Rofereo Edward Goldo, Cincinnati. sity to fit themselves for real service
noon of tho fifth of March. Got busy, can be arranged.
Umpire W. E. Brown, Y. M. C. A. to mankind, and to keep firm hold on
you
their faith in humanity.
and got a free pair
Following Is a summary of the
Timo of Halves 20 minutes.
Miss Elizabeth Farra, president of
of tickets to tho best college play gamo:
Goals from Fouls Hart. 12; McCal-- j
ever seon in Lexington.
Louisville Kornfold (Captain 4), eb, 14.
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tho association, Introduced tho speakTho Kentuckian staff announced er, and Miss Suzanno Boitz sang a
yesterday that pictures of societies solo.
and clubs will bo received until March
Tho Jubllco services are meeting
1, although a Bpeclal call has been with tho hearty
of tho
Issued for them to bo turned In as members and friends of tho Y. W. C.
soon as possible.
A., and aro bringing tho work of the
Tho reason given for tho extension association before the public In a
of time Is tho rush with tho photog- - forceful manner.
raphersand bad weather, which has Sneclal nrlnted programs of tlie
prevented to a great extent, tho tak - Jubl,eo mcotlngg i,avo been prepared
lng of all pictures on time. Seo that through the courtesy of Dean Hamilyour society pictures is turned In now ton, and will bo distributed among
at tho women of tho University and tho
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State's basketball quintet handed
the University of Cincinnati her second defeat of the season here Saturday night when she walked over the
Queen City lads to the tune of 34 to 10.
Although the score would Indicate
for State, still the game
a
was not without Interest, as the passing of the Cincinnati team was exceptionally good. They failed, however,
when It came to locating the basket,
and made only one point after the
first half. State made 14 points in the
first period and 20 in the final
slaught.
The work of Ireland, hitherto a
substitute forward, who worked the
entire game, Is worthy of special note.
He succeeded in shooting the sphere
into the basket on three occasions.
Hart, as is his custom, covered himself with additional glory by throw- ing four field goals and eight fouls in
ten attempts. The rest of the Wild
cat five grabbed two field goals apiece
Captain Zerfoss was shifted to
guard and performed that duty excep
tionally well.
Marked improvement In all depart-ments of the game, was displayed by
the Wildcat crew, and this is a great
source of satisfaction to Coach Tigert
his assistants, Park and Tuttle.
A large crowd was out to see the Blue
and White triumph over Cincy.

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and summary:
Cincinnati.
Justice
Hart
Right Forward.
Ireland
Hachen
Left Forward.
Server
Koehler
Center.
Harrington
Zerfoss
Right Guard.
Conn
Gumbert
Left Guard.
Substitutions:
For Cincinnati, Lew- is for Koehler. Goals from field: For
State, Hart, 4; Ireland, 3; Server, 2;
Zerfoss, 2; Gumbert, 2. For Cincin nati: Justice, 2; Hachen, 1; Harring- ton, 1. Foul Goals: For State, Hart,
S; Justice, 2. Referee, King, Y. M.
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GOVERNOR

FRANK STREET TO BE
EDITOR OF 17 ANNUAL
Frank Street was elected Assistant
Editor of the 1916 Kentuckian, at a
Qf the JunIor claag Frlday
morning. He will serve on the 1916
f
of the
staff and will be
1917 annual.
Mr. Street, a Junior in the College
Qf AgricuUure lB a most apt selection
His
for this responsible position.
home is Cadiz, Ky., and he is a mem
ber of Alpha Zeta, the honorary fra
fQr agrIcultural students, and
of the Mystic Circle.
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PARK TO JOIN ST.
LOUIS BROWNS SOON
"Jim" Park, assistant coach of the
University teaina, secretary of the
University Y. M. C. A., noted alumni
and former star of every kind of
letic sport the Wildcats ever engaged
in, has signed his contract to pitch
with the St. Louis American League
team and will leave on February 28
to jin Branch Rickey's bunch. Park
nas been a "hold out" for some time,
as he was not anxious to leave tho
Uniersity even to become a major
league star, but the last offer made
him by the Browns was too tempting
to be turned down.
Mr. Park will leave with the St.
Louis team for Palentine, Texas, on
their training trip on February 29,
ad he believes that he will soon get
his hurling wing in shape for a suc- cessful season. Last year after a
successtui summer witn tne vexing- to Ohio State League team, Park was
sold to the Browns and pitched the
major league team to three victories,
two over Philadelphia and one over
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Cleveland.
"Bill" Tuttle, tho other assistant
coach, will take charge of the basket- team which has been under
direction this season.
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INVITED.

At a recent called meeting of the
Board of Commerce an invitation was
extended to Governor A. O. Stanley
and both branches of the General Assembly to visit Lexington and the
University on the 22nd of this month
or at such time as might best suit
their convenience. Each house has
appointed a committee to discuss the
visit and a member of the Board of
Commerce said he expected the invitation would be accepted for the latter part of the week.
Plans are being made for a banquet
at the Phoenix and a trip of inspection to the University in order that
every member of the Assembly may
see for himself that the standard of
the work both in the University and
In the Experiment Station.
The faculty of the University and
many others have expressed their desire to help show the visitors a good
time, and it is hoped that every student will do all in his power to show
them what we stand for.

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"Very good, Mr. Jones. Mr. Brown,
at dat roostali, ho big mid proud
Hush chicken, Lawdy, you holler bo do you consider tho text corroct on
Tlioro'B azuro in yon cloudy sky
Dear Doctor, from whoso influcnco do
tho subject of the llncago of tho stuloud!
I shrink,
If I could flco.
dent body?"
Twonty-onright
chlckcnB
Jos do
Tlicro's rosy dawn tho wholo day long
When at examination tlmo I fear
"No, Hlr, I think wo havo Irish and
sizo
And
in black night for mo,
Tho worst, then seek for wisdom as
GcrmatiB and French and ScandinaTo give dom chtlluiiB a slio' nut sprlBO,
If I could sco.
a seer
vians and Italians and others hero in
Of yore, and with an effort do I think. LaV8y me If It ain't n shamo
addition to tho
Thy tests, more flory o'on than Hell's To take deso chickens when doy's Jea
There's music In tho molting snow
"But why do theso eminent speakso tame.
bright glow,
If I could hear.
ers always refer to tho student body
Sweet whisperings in tho shadow fall Send chills of terror through my Twenty It taln't no uso or bollovln' as persons of puro
And every lake so deep and clear,
feeble brain
Dat I could lcavo a chicken wldout blood?"
And novor moro will I bo qulto tho
If I could hear.
grlovln',
"For one of two reasons.
Elthor
same,
When timoB 1b hard and llvln's to thoy think that tho other nations aro
Thcro's volvot on each llchonod rock Though timo moy work a chango, alcomplimented by the epithet of
make;
beit slow.
If I could feel.
or perhaps that is tho only
It'a Jos for dom chllluns Jos for dcro
There's softness in this horny hand
Thou pratost far too well of analine,
nationality that attends chapel, and
sake.
And soul throbs from a heart of zeal, Too well, thy carbohydrates hast thou
tho orators aro trying to stand in with
Chllluns, chllluns, got out or dom
taught.
If I could feel.
thoso who aro present."
beds,
R. A. F.
Ah well 'tis gono, 'tis o'er; no moro
"Mr. Brown, you aro flunked. Mr.
Wash yoro facos an comb yore heads;
I ween,
Johnson, will you tell us why the
us Ho
Good
Lawd's blessed
I got a C; what more could I have Do
THEN I'LL REMEMBER YOU.
speakers refer in theso terms to the
sho'ly Is,
sought.
student body?"
years to como though we bo miles
In
Methinks, in vistas dim of future He's sent us vlttlos, an' chicken t'ls.
"Yes, sir; they think thoy have a
apart,
D. H.
scones,
soporific effect and will induce tho stuI'll still remember you.
More lambs to slaughter, e'en as I,
dents to remain till the end of their
When life's Buccess Inflames my eager
PHI ALPHA DELTA.
God wot!
lectures. After they have been lulled
heart
RUBY, '16.
The Henry Clay chapter of the Phi with the magic of these magnanimous
Yet will my heart bo true.
Alpha Delta fraternity, the law frater- words they can be swatted at leisure
But if by fate my dreams come tumbIN DIXIE.
nity of tho University, gave an Initia- or told unpleasant things with safety."
ling down
tion smoker at the Phoenix Hotel last
"Mr. Johnson, you are impossible.
And cover me with black despair,
Twenty-threchickens in de big back week. Governor A. 0. Stanley was Mr. Jimpsou, what does the text say
Tho mem'ry of your soft warm hand
lot,
the guest of honor. The smoker fol- of the subject?"
'
in mine
Twenty-three
chickens more'n I got, lowed the initiation of Addison Fos"The book says, sir, that all stuWill always strengthen me
A nice fat hen fer a dumplin' stew,
s
ter, F. H. Rlcketson, Jr., and Reuben dents become
on enAnd I'll remember you.
Sho'ly Old Marse, he won't miss you. Hutchcraft, a professor in the Law trance into the University because
M. J. R.
School here, as an honorary member. that is the finest race in the world.
HAVE THOSE PICTURES MADE AT Twenty-twchickens roostin' Jes so,
The active members of the chapter The elevation to the high rank of
A great big fat one right by de do',
HUMPHREY'S.
are F. L. A. Eichelberger, L. S.
is attained automatically
Moore, J. M. Morris, Y. E. O'Neal, J. by the payment of an incidental fee
COMING IN EVERY DAY
E. Torrence, F. S. Ginocchio, W. H. of fifteen dollars."
s
Berry, V. A. Dlnkle, L. N. Green, A. G.
"Who says the
are
Foster and F. H. Ricketson, Jr.
the best race in the world?"
s
The initiation exercises were con"The
all say so."
Made
The Best $2.00
ducted by George Herold, city attor"I have at last found some one who
ney of Bellevue, an" alumnus of the knows something. This has been a
Call and inspect Our Big Line of Fall and Winter Tailoring
chapter at the University of Cincin- very unsatisfactory reclt"'on.
Take
nati; John W. Welch, of Berea, of the the next chapter and study it for FriYale chapter, and W. H. Bronston, of day. Good morning."
Lexington, of the Northwestern Uni"Before we go, sir, we wish to state
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versity chapter.
s
that we are all
of the
F. S. Ginocchio presided as
purest blood, and hence do not think
and speeches wero made by we should be marked for poor recitaLyman tions."
Judge
Governor Stanley,
GRADDY-RYA- N
Chalkley, George Herold, Reuben B.
"Very well, all of you are excused.
Hutchcraft, F. H. Ricketson, Jr., repre- Good day."
INCORPORATED
senting the initiates, and Joseph Tor"Good day, sir."
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TRANSYLVANIA FIVE
WINS FROM CENTRE
Centre College suffered a basketball defeat at the hands of Transylvania here Saturday by the score of
33 to 17. Centre started with a rush
which sent them out ahead by a small
margin and for a time it seemed as
if they might duplicate their stunt
of a week before when they defeated
Georgetown on Georgetown's own
floor.
State defeated Centre 38 to
5 at Danville February 15.
Byars,
Sheffer and Barnes played best for T.
U. and Turley and Diddle played the
most consistent ball for Centre.

OUR CATECHISM CLASS
"Good morning, gentlemen; how do
you feel after your long vacation?"
"Quite well, thank you, sir; we have
been living very vlrtuouB lives."
"Good; I think wo have the student
body as the subject for discussion this
morning. Of what is the student body
composed, Mr. Jones?"
"The student body consists of 1100
young men and women, all of tho purest
blood."
"Who says so, Mr. Jones?"
"All spoakors iu chapel. Every
speaker begins his address with tho
statement that beforo him sits an aud- that race which hus conquered the
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FIVE YEARS AGO

(From the Files of The Idea.)

February 23, 1911.
John Fox, Jr., lectures in chapel.
State defeats Georgetown 47 to 22.
Washington's Birthday observed by
a program in chapel, consisting of
several orations by students and selections by the Glee Club and band.
Meeting of students called to consider presenting a University play.

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hung In tho Dorm.
Published every Thursday throughout the College year by the student body
That capricious llttlo fairy with como- of the State University of Kentucky, for the benefit of tho stutho Ice cream.
dents, alumni and faculty of the institution.
hither In her eye.
Tho times of our life are spent up In
unbearded
THB KENTUCKY KERNEL is the official newspaper of the University. Sco the
We Have With Us Today.
"Heaven,"
It is issued with the view of furnishing to its subscribers all the college news
youth walk lordly at her side
We are sorry to report Mr. Bubble
Tho place whore wo roost in tho last
of Kentucky, together with a digest of items of Interest concerning the uniHow tho sugared smile she gives him
versities of other States and Canada.
Uugg sick with pneumonia.
lingering days;
fills his vapid head with pride.
Born, to the wlfo of Mr. John Dugg,
And try all tho Freshmen in caso of
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
SUBSCRIPTION, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Fool, ho thinks he's got n chnnco;
mall matter.
Entered at Lexington Postoffice as second-clas- s
a girl.
replevin
doesn't know she's loaded all
Mr. Charlie Bugg visited his brothAnd retain all tho customs of
EDITORIAL STAFF.
the dico;
J. FRANKLIN CORN
ways.
er Mr. Letn Dugg Inst Friday.
Assistant Editor Let's him seven now, but crap out
Bart N. Peak
Miss .Tula Bottom nnd Master Tay-la- r
Though tho kings prefer castles overManaging Editor
Miss Anita Crabbe
"Squirrel Food"
when ho hasn't got tho price.
William Shinnick
spent last week with their uncle
looking Romo lake
"Coed"ltor 0, It's flowers nnd candy, cabs and
Rebeoca Smith
Sccuro from tho enomy at war and nnd aunt, Mr. W. H. Bugg.
MoClarty Harbison
Athletic Editor
shows nnd suppers ho must
Mrs. W. H. Bugg visiting Mrs. AmanExchange Editor
tho storm,
J. R. Marsh
buy
"I know not what course that others da Grahnm last Monday.
Locals and Law Miss K. Mitchell. .. .Homo Economics Uut you'll see tho poor fish wlgglo
J. T. Gooch
may take,"
Master Ernest Taylor celebrated
Harry Melton
Mechanical Herbert Graham
Fraternities
when she throws him high and
room his 5th birthday January 28. His
But give mo a
Mining Miss Anna L. Whltworth. . . .Sororities
S. J. Caudill
dry.
guests were his grandparents, Mr. and
Agriculture Miss Elizabeth Duncan
James McConnell
in tho Dorm.
Patt. Hall 0, Its hands upon your pocketbooks;
Miss Elsie Heller
Education
C. R. BARKER.
Mrs. John Bugg, and cousin, Albert
the Queen is drawing nigh.
REPORTERS.
Lawson.
M. C. Finney
W. T. Cottingham
H. J. Evans
Estill Woods
S. W.
Wo aro sorry to say that Mr. George
Miss Mildred Taylor.
BUSINESS STAFF.
Bugg is 111 with pneumonia at this
SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE.
W. J. Harris
Business Manager
writing. Rural Correspondence,
SQUIRREL FOOD
In
A dying camp-fire'ruddy glow;
Harrodsburg Democrat.
The Literary Issue.
A weary soldier dreams of homo
And paths he once was wont to
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