xt766t0gx65r https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt766t0gx65r/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky State University of Kentucky 19131211 Accession number: 2015ua025; other titles include Idea, The Idea; published weekly during the academic year newspapers  English Lexington, Ky.: Idea Syndicate of the State University of Kentucky, 1909-1915. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Idea Lexington (Ky.)--Newspapers. Fayette County (Ky.)--Newspapers. The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 6, No. 13, December 11, 1913 text The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 6, No. 13, December 11, 1913 1913 2015 true xt766t0gx65r section xt766t0gx65r •
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t AT Puonnnx ··F1=:nn·· usmsun TO s·1·A·1·1z: KENTUCKY IN VIEW musk scmaouuz rmnnows F. DEAN
Many M•n Not•d for DI•p•n•lng When Funda Ar• Dlatrlbutod to I. tm Pun °f tm cw" l”°I"°"I"° Ml•• Florence Hughen will Cem- Feature In tho Chapel Ex•rcl••• Lan
Rnpld lnglloh Addr••• th• Needy 8tud•nt• In Int•r••t of D°P;"m•M wnh un. and plete a Rnplng Traln of Tuuday Morning at th• Weekly
F•|•t•r•. Greater UnIv•r•lty. up"·M°"d°M Tun"` Gam••. 8tud•nt Gatherlng.
on. 1·¤cn1· souuns xzvuon Awaxsnme tone sxnscnn '°“°'°E"T °*'"‘E” T*““ New sun names Au·r¤cn>A1·z¤ cwom or cunwr cuuncu
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s . __ The dinner at the Phoenix Hotel on The Alumni Association has started Miss Florence Hughes manager of -1
{ Saturday evening, given fn honor of a system of "student loan fund" to aid TM Cm] demrtmem wm °p°° ° the girls' basket ball team, ls negotiat- At the weekly convocation last Tues-
  our foot ball team, was one of the boys in working their way through °h°n °°u"° in Highway Engm°°"°8’ ing with several colleges and schools day morning, the students had the pe-
most representative gatherings ever college. January 5`17’ for thc bemm °f p°°pl° in Ohio, Tennesse and Kentucky for cullar delight of having Dean Massfe,
• assembled fu Lexington, and before By helping many deserving ones, who am interested in the g°°d mw games during the coming season. The of Chrlst Church, as speaker, and
the night was over developed into a many youths who would not otherwise probwm M the State schedule has not yet been completed, Harlowe F. Dean as director of the
most remarkable "get together move- be able to pursue their respective N° mmm wm be r°°u"°d fm tm but games have been arranged with singing. With Dean Massfe came the
meut," between the city of Lexington courses, will be able to stay and grad- °°u”° and it is h°p°d by uw °m°w° Cedar College, Cedar, Ohio, Antioch choir of his church to be of aid in the
and State. About 300 people of dif- uate with their class. that awry county engineer wm ters College, Yellow Springs, Ohio; Leb- vocal services. Director Dean lead the
ferent professions, afllllation and There will probably be several loan advantage Of this °pp°mmuy t° im` anon College, Lebanon, Ohlo; Wilming- students ln singing "The Old, Old
creeds, came together to honor the funds and several classes of the alumni pr°v° ml kmwledge of mad work' ton College, Wilmington, Ohio; Cat- Story," with complete enthusiasm
. grldiron heroes. have already secured enough pledges and "mmby better the commons °f lettsburg School, Catlettsburg, Ky.; throughout.
, The bmqug; wg, g brmgmt ago", from the old graduates to put the sys- uw r°;°°:° :1 th°nSt°t° nM°°g:°° wh°‘Loulsvi1le Glrls’ High School, and Dean Massie told on the great
dbowgbg tb.; much lgbor md thought tem Into operation. sxfdwb Sd acm: ism] y mini Gem °r' Maryville College, Maryville, Tenn. quadrennfal student Y. M. C. A. gath-
  h·d bean but {dnb dbd tb, cmdgt is The plan on which the funds are to t° it ll en B ml tngm";v snopll:" Exchange games will be played with ering to be held at Kansas City in
d t th mmmco Mr Chung, be arranged is as follows: The mem- uu y ° pmplm emu es °r 8 several of the schools. the month of January and how the at-
m ° °   ’ ` examination before the State Highway
g_ guido, un John g_ Cnmon md bers of the various associations of the The flrts practice of the season was tendance upon such a meeting would
_. png dg, g_ uhm Thy Nm yu g alumni will divide their donations ac- C°mmi"i°¤° Smchl um'm°u°" wm held Monday atfernoou and a number influence those who are fortunate
g ~ · hum-, gn th bug, g th cit cordfng to the year in which they grad- b° nvm t° mm pmpu mg t'° t‘°k° uw of coeds were out for the first at the enough to go there and hear Mr. Mott,
ww ° ry 0 .° y' t County Road E¤gfne•r¤' examination
° uated. From thu than will be a sep- ' Vanity. Among them was Misses Mr. Spear, Mr. Henry and others.
_ __•¤d.w•• modeled dur thou cl th• Tn. I nn. HH nt nnn _
~- lame; Gridrgq cms., ante fund for csclrclus •¢ alumni mn on not mnnn Ja nun tnn nonnn __ V _ ancunanny (enum). Namco . .  ..
The ummm, nh of which were The association will select some been constructed on mon material and Hughes, Elsie Hiller, Natuine Woods, ROPER RECITAL
mon. were interspersed between the worthy student from the applications, approved methods of experienced mad Nancy Innls, Frances Gelzel and        
d to htm or her will be made loans Gladys Rogers. r
courses ot dinner, and the keynote °° builders the would have been n
sounded by mm, nwum, rms mw to of sas, ssa and $$4. making the totan ·n ng n I n n The mst game will be on January MONDAY NIGHT
source o p e an p easure ot to
the harmony which wary one Named of $100. A personal note, unsecured, those who bunt mom and to the com- 9 fn the gymnasium. with Wilmington -———
in now nrmly nntabhnhnd between the will be given to pay the amount back College. Four of last years' team, with Proceeds of Muslcale to be Used In
people of Lexington and the two great in m°t°“m°°t° du° in °°°* tw° and m(;;“;0::::ln tnn View nf nnui nin mnn the new stars from high S°h°°lB· We Sending Unlversity Represen-
nntversmes. Also the relation be ““’°° "°"° ““°" g’°"“““°“· TM ’°‘ with n bmw,. knowledge 0, gaugbuuu '“° °°““"°’“ °’ h*"‘“g “ W“‘“*“‘ tame. to sag v. M. c. A.
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t‘w°°° Sum and Transylvania were Faylilena if the lsannw H bafexy R: ing that the authorities have decided team as D prev ous years Convention.
" ‘""°““"°" "“" “"’ “'““° "°°°°“‘ ““ ..1.: 2..8.;..: J. :..0:0.;.. trial; to sm the   Em M was , ——
"‘° °l’*"“ °’ °‘*°l’°'““°“ b°“"°°“ “"’ nt Sinn: tnnt would {nn tn nny the lecture will be from thirty to forty. MICHIGAN S FAMOUS JUDGE CHALKLEY
(my °'°d‘ St°t°‘ nntnn when dun, but could nay nh in five minutes in length and after each       REVIEW SUBJECT
. The dinner opened with sn i¤vccs— nnn nn two ynnnn lecture a period wm be allowed in ALL AMERICAN .1
tion by Rabbi David Fitchman, after The n t n rl t be worked out at which questions can be asked and the (By Judge, (jhalkleyy
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which Prof. R. M. Allen as toasmaster the next meeting on the alumni MSO subject discussed in genera; Few nersons know of the work
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mi ro Hee town: n Bi program ciatlon and lt ls now believed that the PROGRAM ut. me ° I, Wn an °n ° carried CH bb the Student Christian
wh ch was un que H [ at t was ar- funds will be ready by next fall. M°"day’ January 5' National Grid-Squad. associations at the State University.
rs¤ss¤ is thc form sf ss M¤-L¤¤i¤s- AB the mms 0, uw graduates go Registration. A visit to the Y. M .c. A. rooms and
ton Team. each holdin: s position. down wnn tnn nlnnlnn tnn Univnnnny Tuesday, January 6. \ F H Y I .1 f a tant wnn tne secretary. Mr. E. L.
responded to BI wash of Kentucky will year after year be· 10:00 a' m°_Addl-ess st Welcome' by Air. ' ' OSL tw great com I 0 Hall, wlll be most interesting. Here
In introducing Mayor J. E. Cassidy, nnmn gnnntnn nnd gnnnnnn Ann nn {nn President H. S. Barker. the University or Michigan foot ball wu, be found large, any moms with
· Ml" Allen paid his work as Mayor a alumni co-operate to aid worthy stu- 11:00 a' m~·"Ns€¤ of Good Roady. t°”"‘· $***9 out an ·'m'A“""`i°`“n [9m" plenty of light, tables and comfortable
great tribute' saying that no man had dents, the cltlzens of Kentucky will Dean Rowe' to the proper construction of his idea. chairs, desks and writlng materials,
d°"€ m°r° ng th; mt°m:i°f Lexh;g` see and know more or their most im- {11:30 p‘ m"`0rg°"im°i°“ °f Hem W"' Hb uluobs me ouS,,.,,, ,uou_ duo,. fron] magazines and newspapers. There is
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on H Mor us y gpm ng 0 le portant institutions. B his won mann one from Cnnnnn nnd a piano. and the students are invited
City. assured tha faculty and Students "‘°‘_"' " ' wcdnudaw January 7- one from \Vlsconsln on the mythical and encuomged to make free usc'
that the whole clty administration was 8:00 a. m.—"Hlghway Englneerlng— mum ’ It is subuonod by tho ubudoub body
heartily in sympathy with them and DR•       Text Books," D. V. Terrell. ' ulouo_ The outubhuhmoub to ouo thm
    Position Player. University
their work and in closing invited the The program is also arranged for ` ‘ is now found in on tho uoivo,-Smog
Left End ......... Fritz ....... Cornell
students to a night shirt parade, or     each day and special attention will be Lent Tackle Bunn] Princeton aud oohogoo throughout tho Uuhod
¤¤Y other kl¤d of D¤r¤d¢- Dr P n r nnrmnr chairman nrumu given to road dralnage and to bridged L it C rn ·-·· mums ··-·· Cnmnn Stntnnl Tnn nnjnct in tn nnnnly inn
Mr. Jolm G. Cramer, secretary of the ` ° ° ° ' Ally one desiring l¤f0rrl1¤tl0¤ C0l1CCrll· 8 mu ````` ` `°'````   k - { ·
Elegant Gavel to tha Or- Center ....... Simpson. .Pennsylvanla lac of other means 0 imprmmg me
Lexington Commercial Club. followed nmlunnn lng the course is requested to write nvm nunrn nnnncn Harvard social and moral tone or the student
0 in response to "Town and Gown," said ` to Prof. Walter E. Rowe, Dean of Clvll R;} t rl; lkl ‘‘'’ nnnnnn '‘‘‘ nunni an body by providing an hourly us may he
t,h8t. 116   DO'. b6u8V8   UIGTB WBPU Department. University of Kentucky. B 1 `BA 6 I · · ` O · · · ‘ g an conlfortablg and [nyiuug paplgp and
'I`l1e annual meeting for election of Right land ...... Solon .... Minnesota
any except fmlglnary differences be L6¤i¤St0¤· by enlisting the co-operation and com-
ofllcers ol the Lexington Sectlon, Quarter Back ..llughltt .... Michigan
KWCCD thc Unlvcrsity and UIC Cltildlis , blned efforts of all Christians to create
nnd ann dmnnnncn nnnnln vnnlnn un Amcricsn Chemical Society. was hold Peter presented tothe section a hand- Lett nant ....... t ralg ..... menlgen I n I [
· Y"l‘id¤·Y ¤f¤6r¤00¤. lll UW ¤¤¤6¤¤blY some mahogany gavel, bearing a sll— Right Half ..... Norgren ..... Chicago an utnlosphere Th S lm B an
also ststcd that no css doubted that espet-tally ln State lnstltutlons, slnee
!‘00m of Scoville Hall. The f0ll0Wl¤E ver plate with the inscription, "Lex· Full Hack ..... llrickley ..... Harvard
the University of Kentucky ls the _ _ , political conditions will not permit
officers were elected: Chairman. Dr. fngton Section, A. C. S., organized, As you notice (oach \ost puts one
Brands! b¤¤l¤¤¤¤ ¤¤¤9¢ to thc CNY ind the recogntlon of any religious body
mnt the Cnmmnrcinl Club would do F· E- Tuttle. h98·d of U18 DCDBFUHCHI April 20, 1912." of the Michigan halfs on the team and d I 1 Cl i I
nvnmnlnn nnnnnnn tn nnnnn nnr innn of Chemistry; First Vice Chairman. Messrs. n. 0. Wilson and s. n. puts nrlrkley. or nary-ard. at tnu °" S9"' :;‘ ":"°’““ "° "` sn °'" pw
Dr. R. N. Maxon. ofthe Chlllelstfy D6- Averftt, who had attended the annual back. Most people believe thls ls an me wm uc u Soma way' [ B www
n tutfon the greatest fn the South. of religions und moral training will
. Mr Dnnnn Bnnnulnntdgn ndiwn of Dnrtllléllti S9C0l1d Vice Ch¤i|‘¤1¤¤. Ml'- convention of the association of Of- injustice to llrlckley for he is believed b i I f Tl t
The elnlnrnld in nnnnklnn nn ocnmng S. D- Averitt. Experiment Station; flcfal Agricultural Chemists ln Wash- to be the best half back playing the T my riy 0r;’g(;nT' nw iuogamil:
Together, nnvinwnd nant of me nin Councllor, Dr. F. E. Clarke, Central ington last November, as delegates game today. lt ls also strange that uso oct: ul Jailug do: 6: 2;; D
wry of niinnnuon in Knnnnnny and nn University; Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. from the Experiment Station, present- the Michigan Aggies. who trimmed anzmg Bus u ini: M; n; OEM ug
  lG· D. Bucklwr. Expt-lrimsnt $t¤tl0l1· ed very interesting reports concerning Michigan so wonderfully, did not get u emocm L sp r 0 an ne"`
· (C0¤¢|¤¤¤d 0¤ PI89 Ellht-} Oh retiring as (`hulman. Dr. A. M- the work at the convention. a man on the All-American team. (Continued on Page Eight,)

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E I —— ————   ~»=—~· THE ADA MEADE
B N A I For the excitement of wrestling, the With two such stron; attractions as ——-——
occupants of the dormitory do not al- Kathleen Plifford and Hans Roberts "Perhaps radlum's greatest triumph [¢m\@'$ NQ!]  
THUR8DAY—FR|DAY—8ATURDAY ways have to go to the Opera House on the bill the patrons of this popular is in treating a particularly distressing  
T“|n°° Evny Day . to see professionals engage in the hmnse are assured of a. treat out of the and difficult form of concs-r—that of ...... I
    struggle. Last Thursday, after the ordinary in the vaudeville line of en- the uterus. This and cancer of the  
The BIII Thia Wulf Presents noon meal, "Red" and "Dusty" became tertainment. Kathleen clifford was breast are the commoner forms in 3     3 ! '
Kathleen Clifford engaged in a friendly tussle, which led with "I,lttle Boy Blue" last season and which cancer chiefly attacks women,
Late Star of "L|tt|e Boy BIu•." In _ ,     9$1 5
..1-HE SMART-EST CHAP IN TOWN., to a two best out ot three for the was the hit ofthe show. This season just as men suffer more from cancer • •
victor. "Dusty" won the first bout she has been on the Keith circuit ap- of the stomach. Early operation with "'*" ,
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NOVEL MUUCM- OFFENNG and his opponent, not to be outdone, pearing in her sketch entitled, "The the knife cures this in a good many  
Hans Robengts & C0· challenged him to another, and this Smartest (`hap in Town," and has been cases, but the operation is a radical 1 0      
..A DA%°IWd;y ?:`g`RE88_» one was won by "Red,’ which called highly praised by the Press in every one, and is not free from danger. ’ ’ ’ C
Kramer & Morton for the third. After some argument city where she has appeared. Radium is extremely valuable ln cases
(The Two Black Don) Slnglng and "Retv pl d "Da t·• ·· h ld ( H . Rob rtg nd c m n tn b ot this kind, as testified by the ex- v
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Fl in werntz the ground and the bout was given to seen In a comedy sketch, ‘A Daddy perlences of French, German and See Reading Notice _A
DAgNGgAER|AL|8T. "Rgd_" If any Ong dggirgs to [fg up by Expl‘6sB." MT. Roberts IB Sl1pp0l't- AUIGTJCBU observers. It S0m€Ilm€B    
with the winner, he can arrange de ed byacompauy of tour people, among makes inoperable cases operable. In To S udgn g L
$HQD0WGRAP*‘f|$T$ tails of the affair with "Red," "Red‘s" whom is one of the brightest little numerous instances radium, by itself,
Mme]. & Mlller promoter. girls now on the stage. "Checkers" has established what seems to be a   T  
p,.|°“__N|°ht’ wc to nc; low". Mm., ls assured a. warm reception for Mr. complete and perfect cure. Radium    
M Jet? ¢¤10$1·3°·5° Roberts is best remembered for his bids fair to establish a new era in the
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400 GGOD SEATS AT we UNION LITERARY SOCIETY excellent work in the play ot that treatment of cancer of the uterus. —
  ELECT8 OFFICERS name. The rest of the bill is on a From "The Treatment of Cancer With Basement under Oflice of Lexington •
Th S h T ' .... par with the headlniers and embraces Radium"—An Interview with Dr, How- L¤¤¤dry C°mP8"Y
        such features as the Barrens lnauovel ard A. Kelly, of Baltimore, Reported Plllfl, Sh0W¢I' and
_ The Union Literary Society met Sat-
BEST ]N THE WORLD urduy mgm at 7_00 dclock md on ac musical offering; Kramer and Morton, by Burton J. Hendrick in the American Turklgh Baths
I -blkf i ddl t;thRi·fRvl f De br.
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U3 Gruvencr Ave. Phone 1685 peused with the program and elected {th gt _ th St I in thm! .—-———— FOR PENS d PENCILS L
"“"_—""*";‘""" oiilcers as miiows; wh d°" ° p:"'t °d xlsys d Mu THE mam. vnu; or nA¤nuM an t
T"°""°"° °3° Vice President-Henry Spencer, T ° °w'";p °i  ibm bo   in cmcsn TREATMENT TABLETS and FINE {
er, come y en e ners. e a ve
• Secretary—H. D. Felix. -—-—   E
ttractious will appear at the inltlall
Corresponding Secretary — T, W, 3 "Let me recapitulate," said Dr. Kel-
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House. pe Omance um ay ma me ly in closing, "that there may be no       E
   ES,   Trea.surer¥O. W. Crowder, ·L·*‘*’_‘*"_ misunderstanding: ·" "‘#‘ ‘
. . Libra1·ian—D. T. Roberts. THE ADA MEADE. "1st. Radium is not a specific cure
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° Ja.¤itor—S. W. Jackson, -——— for cancer. lt does not take the place · •
LEXINGTON, -’ · KENTUCKY There will be no more meetings or The Ada Meade Theater opened the of surgery; it is an another help to        
  the society before Chrigtmgg, as the week of vaudeville Monday with a fine it. Cancer patients, in the early  ' "' ‘
UNIVERSITY LUNCH STAND examinations are about to present act bill that constitutes a sterling en- stages, as before, must submit to op- D    
C-un uclulwcly to nude"`. themselves to view. tertainment. eration. ' •
and Faculty of State Unlveralty The next regular session win be The program opened with "Caught "2nd. It is most useful in cancers DOROTH$°°'°°"'igD SHOES .
AR E T held in the hall, January 10, iu the Storm," a spectacular act pro- on the outside ot the body. In many '
gg S§:ME§ONE Ag COHAX duced by Menlo Moore, introducing an of these cases it effects cures without FOR WOMEN t
` ° attractive young woman in the role pain and without deformity.   to  
QUEEN CNY NEw8·A RUMOR ot a wood nymph and a dashing hun- "3rd. It is especially useful in cou- RALSTON HEALTH SHOES
YES, OF E- R· SWEETLAND ver-lover, who sing several songs, do nectlon with surgery, when it can be FOR MEN
we "' St"' P"e"t"‘9 4 sutte te" U20 ""_‘ a blt of dancing and then close the used to destroy vestiges of the tumor ¢4_()0 tg $5,60
`—at— A report was given out in I-·€Xi¤St0¤ skit with a display of a rain storm with which the knife may have left behind  
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Billy Bailey S Prcsslng   last S¤tut'd8Y» that Couch E- R- SW€€i· lightning accompaniment that is pre· It can also be used to good purpose in FOI' the : ,
15::5ut:RJm5.t5’;NINGP::2::; 1*md· °· t°t`me*' coach of th€ WUGCHKS, sented with a realistic sylvau setting. irradiatiug the cancerous area preced-      
y was Seeking the D0¤iti0¤ HOW Mid by Mack Edmonds & Company did an ing operation.
Coach Dena at the U¤iVe¥'StiY of Cin- act entitled "Eccentric Entertainers? "4th. There are certain structures Gv to
C- A.   etmlatt M"· Sweetland is DOW mach- They sang some catchy songs, and which cannot be operated on—exclsed The LCWID Clgaf CO-
W ins in west Virginia wd to his Old- "pul1ed" a string of jokes that took or seriously invaded—with0ut disas- OPP- N•W ?h°•¤*¤
h¢"° Y°u will find °"°"¥tht"¤ * time custom turned out a strong team
COMPLETE DRUG STORE · well. trous consequences. Radium has cured T I
Should Have. Ice Crea Soda. Since he mst came to K€¤t¤¢kY in The National Dancing Four, the inoperable cases ot this kind. It is   S U
MUN AND WALNUT STREETS- the tau Ot 1909 he has 0¤lY b€€¤ out next act, was one of the features of like a microscopic knife which goes On your way to town  
  Ot the Ohio Valley Y0? th€ last few the program, and by many considered after the individual cell. stop Bt
  mtltsths- the headliner. "5th. It is especially valuable in The New   Rgggn ·
. r. Sweetland went over to Miami J k L   , d { 1 j { _ P
HOT LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. to mam them the an of playing fom f ac G reins appegre ndthit ro e cancerfoithe utingus ermlaneut c1;)res U5 sqggh Lim; ·   |
· o a e man come an an a er a even o nopera e cases iave ap ar-
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559 S_ Lime 0Pp_ Agro] Bum Pikskin buck from K€¤t¤€k>’» f01\¤w1¤s wire talk that went big with the fun- "6th. It is effective only when there   B b  
the Year when his team f¥`0¤1 St¤t€ loving element of the audience. is no wide dissemination of the dis- C       ,
landed 8 Victorious game 0V€¥` Miami- The Six Peachinni Troupe of acro- ease."—From "The Treatment of Can- 101 uu"` umnmno st__ °’p_ phunlx Hom
S   &   It Mn S“'e€tl¤¤d is €mDl0>'€d by Ulf? bats, closed the show. Their work was cer With Radium"——An Interview with Fmshcuss WORK GUARANTEED •
p pnivereity Ot Cincinnati Athletic AW remarkable and their stunts both B€Il· Dr. Howard A. Kelly, of Baltimore, Re-   I
Seeiuttem the Unt"e"SttY Ot Kentucky sational and unique. It was all done ported by Burton J. Hendrick in the   {
      “`m have one Ot the greatest games of to music and though some of the American Review of Reviews for De-
_ _ _ _ Hot Lunchos at all hours. Cigars L Tobacco ,
the beeben “tth that Wheel- feats were exceedingly difficult and cetnber.  
211 NORTH |_|MESToNE ST_ dangerous they were a(‘c0m])llSh€d   • •
        practically without a slip or a mishap. IMPORTANT MEETING OF WOMEN Corner Upper and Bouvar .
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open avzmucs uN1·n.a0·cL0c•·<. E O ED FUNCTION THE DWNG YEAR Th; “°Im:`sdm°b,h(:d 8 b°;i:°S`   8Z CO.
" ‘ . meet ng on r ay exen ng at a ter· Succuwr to SARRIS & CO.
lhe first (‘adet Hop ot the season —»—~-— son llall. About thirty members were   W Main  
° ‘ was given Saturday afternoon in the As twilight taint in evening skies present and Mrs. Joseph ll. Kastle, the ° °
In ea 08 0. azsr s0¤A r=0uNTAm in ru: _
Anthracite and Bituminous ;\l`ll1Ul`)'.   ltargencrowd was present ` \\'ecps forlthc dayjs bright cheer; president, was in the chair. After a cn-v_ FINE cANDIES_ ` ‘
or the lirst Hop and troin the pres- bo Autinn ht‘<'IlllJ, Sunnncr die brief session for the discussion of   • ‘ |
  cnt indication the dances given by the Lets fall a kindly tcar. matters of business, sandwiches and   Q S     {
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L€XIYIgt/OH, · K€HtUCky battalion of cadets will be a success in hot chocolate were served, Mrs. Henry 119 SOUTH UPPER S1-_ ,
  cvcry detail. 'l`hc boughs arc harc, thc birds havelliarker, llean Anna J. Ilannllton and Fresh Candies Made Daily_  
The chapcroncs were Major and llcd, Miss Fisher oillclating. Pop C0"` Fritt€l•S_ t l
W. S.   Mrs (Lullion Miss Ferguson and Miss And snow will soon appcar, —» —~·-T »t-» --—-»——--— LEX|NqT0N, . . KENTUQKY wj
l·`ishcr. Like stealthy Death on wake of Life Special (lifts for l'niverslty people.  
The Sanitary Grocer '|`hc next Cadet Ilop of the season (`oincs Autumn dark and drcar. Loc to $2.50 and up. lll•1lN'l`Z, Jeweler, Dr, I,     E
PHONE 720 Iwill be given January 24th, in the Ar- — \\'illiani l·`. 1·‘ccney, ‘lt}, 123 East Main St., adjoining lien All   l
Cor S Lime and Virginia Ave i""""* '" “"""“*"""" ~"’""""‘· ""*"**t"*‘· City sm awk attr; °   ·
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a Valhem et Contributors’ Club e¢     Eng Kc? (Enum'
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`   xtpnungs to he heldv heglnnlng Tues'
I e day, January G, nt tho ldxperlment Sta-   &  
    THE SCRUB. HIDDEN ROSES- tion, South Limestone Street. Junior  
';*‘ and Senior Home Iinonomlc Students
  H6 08mS UD the foot ball fleld, [ walked A garden pg{h ug dggd of wiii Mi as guides at the Siaiiim and NNN STREET AND BROADWAY
Hillls hsult wal; old and torn, night, on tho I'nIv¤»rslty Pnmpus.  
For `l$niv€rSity :3 ¤N;J€St A fgmer qllarter back No light there was BRVB f0|‘ UIQ f8¥`· 10:30 —A¢Itlrnss of \Velr:ome, by D1'. IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES AT
Omen n "° °°“ ne had wom- Off Kléfim Joseph ll. Kustln Dean of College of
i i The Varsity had the jerseys and Of stars afloat upon the silver Agriculture    
» TM F"*”h"“’“ had the **'*°°¤· Mtrrnm. 10:43—-"Meanlng of 1·*armt-rs· xvppk -1.0-
l '   And the only thlng that he got No blossom burst upon my straining to women ng K,.niu,,ky·· b[ary E  
Was the weary weary "blues." sight i 9 •
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i •     Hexegtleredhlntci scrimmage bold No flower kingdom showed Its rich de- ]l;3q--··Tiiings to Know About Tex,     S u  
, ll Oug t W th mlght and maIn· llght ities »· Rub
’ . , y Iluckman.
i     Though bruised and sore and out of Ot living jewels. Soft as ln u g;30..··i;iim,i·m,,king in the ;inme··  
    Hwgndi dream Professor Keithley. U. S. D6D¤!’i¥¤€¤@      
° €' T B9 Rnd Hgh! again. A zephyr stirred, and that stlll place of Agrinuimre
. . . ‘ ' Incorporated
l F0? UmV€l`SltY And Then uw varsity played ° game dld B€""‘ 3:30--"Ilalanced RatIon," Aubyn Mnnufacturee of
r MSD Hee Su and Warm the bench. At once transformed to heaven’s most Chlnr-L    
' · .;._. Or perhaps he'd carry water blessed height. Wednesday January 7  
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{ You are cordially invited At (sggitpliggrgigzirsg giuguatfsxéh Sv BWGGUY frazmnced was the calm iii;30__··WiiM Shan We Eat'., Mary 136 WEST MAIN 311455-;-
to inspect our line of Holi- , ' Y ’ mgm °"‘ ”· Sw"""y· F°“°“'°" by Q“"“"°"““°· mw in HO nsso-v 152 s 1
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day S eciais 9 80 to bed Mid dream Unseen, unhonored bloomed the roses ]1;30_··vaiun nf a Sewing Course
p '''° Of a distant and a. wondrous day there i . , ,, P• B•  
· n a \\ oman s Education, Ruby Buck- Thecciieee eiiiTsMADi.
Ti:Vhei1 lie would make She team. Thelr noon-day radiance hid; but man Boys   iroonmze
e gor ous season en ed with not in yam . ._.. _ Clunlng, Praalng and Ihpalrlng
    A tmi boum d 1210 Making of the Family Bud Sp•c|•|Att•••tI0n Glvon to Lnd|••’ Tallorlng
Y GOUS Spféa They oped their challced hearts unto et·· Aub n Chinn
9 lgg EAQT MAIN STREET K · Y · All Work Gummml AIt•rntIon• n Sp•cIaIty
* And while they feasted merrily, the mind_ 3_00_Addi_ th b it b
Adjoining Ben All Theatre H8 sighed and went to bed · ess- 9 Su JSC 0 6 ”·¤‘  
· Th J·d They sive the D€¥'f¤m€ !h<>¤8h Ol"` nounced—by a speaker Jf National
— e u ge. eyes be blind; reputation.
  God loves the incense ()f 8, hidden '|'hui»··day’ January 8_ ·
Grace, charm and all the good, pain. 10-30 ·- Demonstration "Invalid A ‘  
i Found in perfect womanhood, -Donald V. Chisholm. ’14, Cooke,-y'·· Aubyn Chinn.
l L“’“ “'“h"‘ H" °y‘*`“ °' b‘“"· I¤ G¤<>*8¤*<>W¤ ·T¤¤¤'¤¤l·i 11-30-Hsome Balanced Menus for
  Rests wlthln Her heart as true. Famiiy USGH Mary E Sweeuy  
Q   Lmiir hearts gmgil y°`;l€’i€s °t bl“°’ PATTERSON LITERARY 12=15—"S¤me Aspects of Home
3       ga es mes] miw at d B S sou. SOCIETY MEETING ECO!10II1lCS," Local Speaker,
E °"‘°°“° "’ °“°“ ‘"‘ “‘°“ ”‘gh· ..._. szso-··c10tm¤g—1ts Relation to the Youyjglf
i       And wish that the some onexwellée I. The Patterson Literary Society met individual'., Ruby Buckman
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° 6 Saturday mgm with R im-ge and eu. 3:30-- Home Orchard and the Pres-
i • Save money b Ordmn ;’;’“‘— umslasnc number present. The or- ervativn of Fruit in the Farm H¤m¤." Of l' 
from is E FRESHMAWS WEEKLY LET-i-En nears who mm been elected to serve J. H. Carmody. Professor of Horticul-
° —·—· ,___ durlng the present term were sworn NP9- EXt€¤¤i0¤ DiViBl0¤·
l     B h Dem- Dad; please Send me $20.00 In and the new president Basil D. Sar- F*"d¤Y» J¤¤¤¤l‘Y 9-  
C er rot ers for e new minmy unif0,m_ Theywe un, presided during the remainder or 1<>=30—0pen Discussion — "L¤b¤r
_ 417 EAST MAXWELL made me general. Lovingiyi Bm. the progmmme Saving Devices: Thelr Real Value and
‘ V. A. BABBAGE ___________ Mi; James Mmm delivered an Om. Where They Can be Obtained? Leader /·\_ _
I K. S. U. Representative. EARLY EXpERiENcE_ tion on "Pat I·1all." The gentleman M8·¥'Y E`- SW€6¤Y· 2  
  _,- handled the subject In u masterly way, 11¤30—"C¤r¤ of Milk in the Home" f· 4,,,.3 ‘   '
rr KlhlUSDrtt VW  '“""`
  ·»Bi 10 baby-_ bi io babyin Sang the showing that he ls worthy ofthe name P0 GSSOF 6 t Gy, . . epa men i; gw l
mother to her baby, that he bears, and we see in him a of Agriculture-  
    ··Tiiat·S rigiity Said the husband, repetition of that famous "Peg." Few 12i15—"US€S of Milk i¤ the D¤Y'S    ‘
> A Takes [CSS Sh0I'l2IIiI\g Isaac Regensteln, "You teach him to times has the S¤¤*€¤v been treated to Menus, Aubyu Chmn e
i ·——Made by-- buy low and pil teacll llim to Seii such an eloquent address. 2:30-Short Talk by Local Speaker. · ‘
L€XI¥`|g`t0l'\ Roller   Co., iiigiiy Mr. Dodson gave an interesting talk, 3i00——"(`z1re and Preservation of
"‘°°'°°"°°°" subject, "our Lamented Lieutenant Eggs in the H0me." Professor Quisen-
  Kgl1y," and was followed by a discus- b€‘¥`f'Y. MiSS0\1¥`i SUNG Experiment Star
.• \,¤INq HEROES slon of the present currency bill
. by -¤»-» 0 € I`00
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  ——-—— President Sartln. $¤t¤l`d¤Y» J¤¤¤¤*`Y -
L   3 Where death is the price of the victory The subject for debate was as to l•lf30·"R9l¤ii0¤ vf Meat to Health •
And the blood of men Is the battle’s whether Freshmen should be permit- in W9 D¤UY Menur From the View
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i Klan), prize, ted to represent the University in ath- l>0lI1t of Nl1i1`l¤0¤. NNY U bW€€¤Y§
' ‘ : Tl1ere’s where the hero longs to be letie contests. The afllrmatlve was l*`r‘0ll1 NIB Vi€\VD0i¤t of (`00ki¤g»
- • • And there`s where the hero dies. presented by (‘harles C. Wilson and Aubyn Chinn. _ _
I e AIDbltlOD Gn,,·.,. t·_ wilt..,,,_ ttm., the opposite ll:-l3—R0und rams ¤is¤·ussn>¤— They are th? Orlglflal
I B0 ¢i)XQel in any eport ie reiridered easier Not at the dawn but the close of day, side was upheld by George E. Jones "\\'hat Is Home Economlcs?" From gual anteeld klnii  
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' A}? (}_ lgiiesltgxgrg§?g:})£$e'OutntterS to \Vll<’ll the SKOIILGSI arm of its and Mr, Fowler. The atilrnmtlve won \l0\\'D0lllt Of University, Mary E. cgi   a?e Eten fu?
phaminons, _whose implements must be strength is shown, the victory by it unanimous vote, Sweeny; From Viewpoint of High S » 5 e 01 C0 QH 01
I lnvarlably rlght- Quality c0untS° '[`hgrp in [hg hgat of [hg ba[[[g’g fray -—r·—~-—-——-·— $011001. Miss ":2ith€[`in€ Christian-         01-
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rgldytlgrze {Pe: ttillzeegkggg The greatest sons of the earth are Mrs. J. Tandy Hughe•' Unlvertiiy   Sl   01d°?_%0’& io! youl
i A·   SPALDlNG&BROS. b°"“· C'¤¤*· F'*daY °"°"l“9· 8 *° 1°· cla" Mr;. J. Tandy Hughe•’ University be an a °
327 W.1•tf•r•on St. LOUISVILLE, KY. for beqi¤¤¢r•» Saturday ¤f\¢¤‘¤¤¤¤» cieee_ Friday evening, g to i0_ gin,   acked in Christmas
{   when the daylight dies in a blaze of 2:30 t° 5:00 for beqinners. SaturdaY afternoon. p
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· D EN TI ST   i M-~——   ‘° 5·°°· boxe-
\\ hen the dark Night sleeps on the WITH A BRASS HEAD? __;,__..L...
wooded hlll -——-—
nn J T   ' llystauder-~—"So the idea of the sllt-
l ·   bh.   'l`hen the nlght bird, llke a bard of While you may be a daughter of Eve. ekirt “_i_i rteiii`, _m uci_idem.,,,
’ eapsl c old To me lt's excdeelugly plaln L U ( _ ‘ ·
‘ ‘ ’ Observer--*Yes. A telegraph wire
‘ H0urs8A. M. to8P.M. PHONE 964.X llursts forth its song when all ls Thut your tleure, dear madam, m_i_idt_umiiy feii ucmss me Street. A
———·—·-·L—·; mu- '“*‘“ “"‘*” “°‘“ A“""‘· muy wtlrllll; tl hobbllng sum came ’
L-________ llut looks \'¢*l‘Y ¤1\1€h like u C“i“· uiniig mid t·ouldu’t go around. She   c M  
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°   Editor Idea: Kindly publish the "l\lIster, got any base ball pictures" "wppu our ue r me M) beams
I accidentally. 'lhey were the outside
I i followlngz 'l‘he Faculty Reserve bas- ——————————————· NCDRPORATED
i i I ket bull team, composed of Rodes, Every cat has his nlght. SHI
- n 7-ftfzji Downing l`hamber~; Spears and 'l`Igert -——————-——-— " "`""”"""'
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I hereby challenges the faculty basket Youthful Ilrlde-—"l‘d llke to see H l"*““* '“ "" ‘“‘d ‘"" 1** l'l"m"°s“